Support & FAQ On Using Photoshop Brushes
- Download brush.
- Unzip the .zip folder you recieved. On some operating systems, you
can right click on the folder and select extract all. On others you
will need a program to unzip the file. Ultimate
Zip will work just fine (it is free).
- Place the .abr file in your brushes folder. Usually this is located
in the Hard drive > Program Files > Adobe > Photoshop 6.0 >
Presets > Brushes. It may be different.
- If you have photoshop open, close it and restart it. Select the brush
tool, go to where the brushes are, click the arrow that brings out the
flyout window, and select the .abr file that you downloaded. It will
look something like jenni001_something.abr. Select it, and you are now
ready to use them.
This should allow you to use Photoshop brushes on Paint Shop Pro
- If you cannot see the file type of the photoshop brush file (.abr),
- In the folder that contains your brush file, go to Tools >
Folder Options. (Located at the top.)
- Click the view tab.
- Uncheck the "hide file extensions for known file types"
- Click OK
- Right click on the folder, go to rename, get rid of whateverfilename.abr
and replace it with whateverfilename.jbr
Can I use your brushes on Paint Shop Pro?
I've heard you can, but you will need to change the file type from .abr
Can I use your brushes on a graphics program other then Photoshop
or Paint Shop Pro?
I really doubt it. Programs like Microsoft Paint, and Photodeluxe (you
know, that crappy CD Rom you get when you buy a printer at Wal-Mart) are
not really made to handle something like special brushes.