You can Load Brushes In Photoshop Elements
and have instant access to them.
This is Part 2 of a 2-part series on how to add Brushes to Photoshop Elements.
Click here to see Part 1 which explains how to install Brushes in Photoshop Elements.
Actually you have 2 options for adding extra Brushes to Elements.
This step-by-step tutorial will show you how to Load a Brush Set.
The video below shows you how to do it. Under the video there's an outline of the steps for you to follow.
I named my new folder “PS Elements Extra Brushes”
This Folder will be for any Brushes that did not originally come installed in Photoshop Elements. In other words . . .
I just double-clicked the ‘zip’ file and the .abr file appeared.
Now your new Brush Set is loaded into Elements and ready to use.
Just remember that if you choose a different Brush Set after loading this one, it will no longer be available.
If you want to use it after choosing a different set you'll have to repeat STEP 5 to reload it.
If you want to install a new set of Brushes into Elements so that you can access without having to load them first, see Part 1 which is "how to install Brushes..."
That wraps up this look at how to load Brushes in Photoshop Elements.
Until next time,