Using Brush Looks to Save Custom Variant Settings

Using Brush Looks to Save Custom Variant Settings

By Don Seegmiller

In the twelfth tutorial in this Getting Started course for illustrators, Painter Master and professional illustrator Don Seegmiller will show you how to make and save your custom brushes for all your individual needs. In this tutorial, you will learn how to:

  • Choose a default brush.
  • Make adjustments to it to suit particular projects.
  • Save the new Brush Look for future use!

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