Well I want to apologize for not releasing as many textures, brushes, and patterns lately. It's because I finally decided to write a freeware Windows application for viewing, organizing, and exporting brushes to .png's. Go ahead and check it out if you're interested and remember this is version 1.0! Texturemate users can submit feature requests and bug fixes from their Profile Page.
#1Submitted by fmr on Mon, 01/17/2011 - 04:19.
Excellent software , very useful .
I have already abrViewer and presetViewer , which do about the same job , with variations .
Thank you very much for your hard work and generousity , Bill , and BRAVO !
#2Submitted by Christian on Fri, 03/02/2012 - 23:36.
Great! Are there any similar programs for extracting Photoshop patterns? I use Fireworks, but Photoshop just has a massive amount of resources.
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