Brush Gordon – A Photoshop Brush Organizer Plugin
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Brush Gordon - A Photoshop Brush Organizer Plugin
17 October, 2017
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Are you not happy with Photoshop’s default brush manager? Are you tired of losing minutes browsing through your brush library? There’s a great plugin called Brush Gordon that can solve your problem, organizing your brushes by category and providing a beautiful minimal panel to access your categories while you are painting.

Features

Create — add, edit, and delete categories in no time. To add a category click on “Add New Category” and press enter. 

Organize — arrange categories. To assign a brush to a category, just drag and drop the brush to the category of choice. 

Paint — a minimal UI to access your brushes and your categories. Click on Paint Mode in the contextual menu to switch to Paint Mode.

You can now get the tool for $10 or choose free 7-day trial version. 

Source: Brush Gordon

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