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Preview Photoshop or Gimp Brush Sets with ABRviewer

I've had a few people ask how I create the preview images for my brush packs; the little image underneath that shows each brush in a tiled view. I figure being able to see every single brush in the brush pack helps you determine if you want to download the abr file or not! Anyways, here's an example preview from my Wood Brushes 1 Brush Pack:

Example Brush Preview

Quick Hands on with a Modbook - An Awesome, but Pricey Tablet for Any Artist!

Now that I've had a quick hands-on with a Modbook, all I can say is that I wish I had one! If you are unfamiliar with Axiotron's Modbook and are a fan of creating artwork with Macs and Wacom tablets or just into tablets in general, it's definitely worth looking into. You can either purchase Axiotron's service and send them your currently owned Macbook laptop to convert into a tablet, or purchase a brand new Macbook with its price rolled into their tablet integration service's price.

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