Baw Downloads


**Simply Click the links! You will be redirected to a Mediafire download page. The files are all properly linked and will open in a new window, IF you have pop-ups blocked it may cause a problem.Make sure pop ups are allowed for this site and for Mediafire :)

NOTES: The same thing applies to the images such as my tags, photo-mats, BOS papers, etc. Simply RIGHT CLICK and SAVE LINK/TARGET AS to download the full sized images. *Also DON'T Right Click the PIN button when trying to download an image, svg or cut file, you will just end up saving the button. Move your mouse away from the pin button. I have the pin button enabled to allow you to pin my freebies on Pinterest if you left click it that is.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Changing Photoshop brushes into Paint Shop Pro Brushes



^EUREKA!!! MOMENT^

Ok so I have hundreds of photoshop brushes that I want to be able to use in PSP9 (Paint Shop Pro9), (since I own the full version of PSP9 and don't own a full version of Photoshop :). So I googled a question that thankfully had already been asked & answered and learned how to Change Photoshop brushes into Paint Shop Pro Brushes. Heres my research...

Question: Will Photoshop brushes work on Paint Shop Pro?

Answer: Yes and no. You can not import a Photoshop brush directly into Paint Shop Pro, but there is a way around it, though it involves a lot of work.

Download ABR VIEWER (http://abrviewer.sourceforge.net/) and install it.

Changing Photoshop brushes into Paint Shop Pro Brushes

Open a .abr brush into it (that's a Photoshop Brush) and Export as thumbnails. Open those thumbnails (now .png images) into Paint Shop Pro and, on each one, go to File > Export > Custom Brush. Save each one as a differant name.

And there you go! You have Photoshop brushes that work in Paint Shop Pro!

-Source Link! + Edits by Archangel