New panel for organizing brushes in groups for Photoshop! MagicSquire is out!

MagicSquire is the new plugin for Adobe Photoshop that lets you organize brushes in smart and intuitive groups. While picture is worth a thousand words, the video is always worth million pictures, so see it in action, below!

 

 

The brief list of features includes:

  • Your brushes organized in colored groups in Photoshop! — Puts your brushes in easy-to-use folders collections. MagicSquire structures your brushes so you don’t need to look for them every time in neverending piles
  • Lets you rearrange brushes and brush groups with drag’n’drop
  • Create brushes from scratch — Just click the New Brush button to add current brush to the panel. Edit and update brushes. Click Update to update parameters from Photoshop, no need to recreate them
  • Be creative! MagicSquire automatically generates brush images with additional stroke types, never seen before in Photoshop: long, short, medium and brush texture. That lets you differentiate brushes visually
  • Supports custom .ABR Loading existing brush collections from .ABR files with one click! Supports very large files of 200M and above. Supports loading of thousands of brushes from one file. .TPL support is on the way
    Versatile Groups can be collapsed and rearranged with drag’n’drop
  • Complete Photoshop brush types support: Mixer, physical, textured, patterned, ordinary – ALL OF THEM
  • Captures all brush parameters: brush size, flow, blend mode, opacity, etc. – you name it!
  • Combines all power of Brush Presets, Tool Presets and Liraries in one single panel. With new features essential to digital art
  • Full Photoshop Color UI Themes support
  • High resolution rendering of brush images with beautfiul detail. In addition supports Retina dn HiDPI displays. Supports Wacom Companion, Microsoft Surface, Macbook with Retina Displays, 4K, 5K and 8K displays
  • Supports Adobe Photoshop CS5, CS6, CC, CC2014, CC2015+

Read more and get MagicSquire, the brush group organizing plugin for Adobe Photoshop

Tip#34: Use a different way of mixing colors with MixColors

A different mode of mixing colors (Photoshop)
A different mode of mixing colors (Photoshop)
Tip#34: The secondary mode of mixing colors is improved in new MixColors 1.2. Quickly mix colors, change amount of colors mixed and preview the result with MixColors in Photoshop. Turn Auto-sync off (the button on the top right) and then click, hold and move your pointer anywhere on the main color. You will also see current Photoshop’s color on the small box on the bottom of the panel. Click this box to apply color immediately.

Panels Tips & Tricks. Tip#15: color history in MixColors

The most handy feature for all the colorists and artists out there! You have automatic access to Photoshop colors history in MixColors panel. Choose a color from the past as a swatch and mix it with the current one with one click! All the good colors you found are kept in a long colors history

Color History
Color History

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