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So now that you've installed your brushes and experimented with customizing them, what's next? Once you place your brush on your document, you have created a "digital stamp."
This is the 3rd tutorial in our Photoshop Brush series. Today let's take a look at how to customize Photoshop brushes.
Two weeks ago we looked at how to load / install brushes in Photoshop, Today, let's look at how to use the Brush Tool once we've installed our brushes.
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