Question by Ashley Marlene: How come my brushes won’t show up on photoshop, where should I put them?
The Adobe Photoshop Only, or just in the Brushes folder?
Answer by BabyPhatTomCat
at the top of your screen go to window, then under window scroll down to brushes and your brushes pallet will come up.
Question by b_man_93534: how do u show the circle in photoshop when using the brush tool?
when i click on the brush tool the picture of the brush shows and not the circle, how do i make is so the circle shows
I PRESS ALL CAPS AND A CROSS HAIR SHOWS AND NOT THE CIRCLE
Answer by Tim D
Do you mean when you move the cursor over the canvas area?
Do you have the caps lock button on?
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Question by mooser53: Photoshop CS4-The size of the brush cursor does NOT properly show the size or area to be affected by the brush?
To see an example of this cursor problem go to this site and see the Photoshop Brush Problem photo. www.flickr.com/photos/84392724@N00/
The cursor is the size of a quarter but the area affected by the brush is like the size of a dime. There is a similar ratio regardless of the brush size, big or small. Also note a characteristic of this unwanted brush is that the outline is very jagged, not a smooth circle. This makes it impossible to do detailed work when one is not sure where the brush alteration will occur. I have seriously searched hours to remedy this issue……. The photo is just a stamp tool cloning a black roof to the sky to show the small area affected vs. the brush size. I use CS4, and no pen tablet.
Answer by gryphon1911
It looks like your brush tip is not a circle, but some other kind of shape.
You might want to get a book or take a class to learn how to properly use a $ 700 program. Otherwise, I’m sure you’ve just wasted almost $ 1000.
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Question by Floppy Disk: In Adobe Photoshop, how do you get the brushes to show as thumbnails?
On my old computer they showed up as grids, but I recently installed a newer Photoshop and the brushes turns up as just one per line, with the a box on the side showing how the brush looks if you draw a wave. How do I change this?
Answer by eg_303
You can click on the brush then hit that little button then a palete should come up to let you choose which brush you want you can also go to edit and brush palete same thing.
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Let me try to explain…
Right now, when i use some tools like the brush/eraser/pencil, the screen only shows a cursor on my screen… just a small cross. I want it to show the actual brush size (e.g. a big circle) How can I do this? Where is it in the menu? What is the shortcut key to change this?
I think I sometimes accidentally press the shortcut key (whatever it is)… sometimes it’s in “cursor mode”, sometimes its in “actual size mode”. It really bothers me. I’ve tried different combinations of keys… and tried to look for it in the menus. I can’t figure it out. I’m getting really frustrated. Can anyone help out?
BTW, I’m using adobe photoshop cs4, if that makes any difference. Thank you.
i have photoshop cs3, and when i try to use any of the brushes, no color or anything appears on my blank image. the brush size isnt to big, either. help ?!!
i selected a color already, there is only one layer, it says ”background” and its locked
I would like to show them side by side. Is there a way to do it in photshop?
In photoshop, the brushes appear normal when they’re small. But as soon as I make them bigger only the top left corner of them show.
Like when I was using the brush tool I wanted to paint red
but it only showed up grey or black or white depending on the lightness. How do I get my colors to work?
I know I’ve changed it in the past somehow. Right now it looks like crosshairs with a tiny dot in the middle. It’s annoying because it doesnt show how big of a brush is selected and the only way to tell is by actually using it which is annoying. How do I change it back to the circle that corresponds to the size brush that I select?