In this Illustrator in 60 Seconds, we'll learn how to install and use a custom Illustrator Brush set.
Illustrator in 60 Seconds: How to Install and Use a Custom Brush Set
Custom Brushes are one of Illustrator's most attractive features, but sometimes the process of adding them can prove to be a difficult task, especially if you've never done it before. In today's tutorial you'll learn how to do it the right way.
How to Install a New Brush Set
So, let's assume that you want to expand your brush library using the newest set that you've just gotten your hands on. But you've never actually done it before.
Well, if that's the case, you'll want to start by making sure that your new assets are first extracted from the archive in case it comes pre-packed that way. Once extracted, you can open up Illustrator and bring up the Brushes panel where you'll want to access the brush library's menu.
Now, as you can see, there are a couple of categories that this software comes pre-packed with. But since we're going to be adding to them, we'll want to click on our library in a new window that will pop up allowing us to indicate the location of our new brushes so that we can load and use them.
A Bit More Detail
Learn more about Adobe Illustrator on Envato Tuts+:
- BrushesDigital Painting Tips: How to Pick the Right BrushesMelody Nieves
- BrushesHow to Install and Use Brushes in Adobe IllustratorMary Winkler
- BrushesQuick Tip: Create a Rainbow Brush Using a Blend in Adobe IllustratorCheryl Graham
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