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abrMate Tutorial: Export a Brush to a .png Image

Exporting Adobe Photoshop brushes to .png's in abrMate is very easy. First, you must have one or more brush sets open on your PC. Single-click the thumbnail of any brush to select it. You can now click the 'Export Selected Brush to .png' button to begin the exporting process:

Select a Brush and Click 'Export Selected Brush to .png

Make Seamless Grass Texture from a Photo with Spiral Graphic's Genetica

Genetica by Spiral Graphics is a standalone texture editor with rendering and mapping capabilities that is quite powerful after a little bit of a learning curve. It utilizes node methods to allow you to apply effects, transforms,filters, and much more to your source image or texture. The software also comes with many textures and ways to generate procedural textures, but for my first guide with Genetica, let's use it to make a seamless texture from a photograph of some grass. Not too hard, but often hard to make look good.

FastStone Image Viewer, Editor and Batch Converter - My Favorite Freeware Batch Image Optimizer

Have a lot of images that you want to resize, rotate, compress, change the format of, or maybe add a watermark to all at once? FastStone Image Viewer, Editor, and Batch Converter, available here, is a great little piece of free software that is great for use in managing and adjusting your collection of photographs and images, but really shines as a batch image converter. When opened, the software displays its main screen; a typical image organizer, but one of its most powerful tools is the Batch Convert / Rename Dialog.

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