- Organize your brushes and tool presets into groups with drag-and-drop, just like the Layers panel
- Search your presets by name or type
- Tag your favorites to find them instantly later
- Color code your presets and groups
- Make your groups stand out with background images and custom fonts
- Export selected presets or entire groups to abr/tpl files
- Override settings for your brushes - change their size, assign a paint color, make them act like tool presets!
- Stays in sync with your Photoshop...no fuss, no confusion. If you delete or add a preset using the old brush/tool panels, BrushBox live updates instantly
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“BrushBox is the organizational plugin digital artists have been hoping for since Tool Presets became the preferred file type for advanced Photoshop brushes. The search feature is particularly helpful, and the overall design of the interface fits in beautifully with Adobe’s existing menus.”
“In all the years I’ve used PS the one pain is navigating thru all the brush presets I use, create, download. I have a varied client list so I need to keep my brushes varied and I absolutely hated having navigate to find the perfect brush for the job. I always dreamed of something that, up until yesterday, I hadn’t seen before. BrushBox is what I always wanted! I can customize, organize, label, color-code, it’s phenomenal! Brush Presets I took out because it was bogging down my list I can put back in because of the organization life saver that Brush Box is. A million thanks!”
About Derrick & BrushBox
As a Technical Artist working in the video game industry for many years, it has been my job to develop tools for artists that make their lives and workflows easier. With a focus on usability and clean UI, my mission is for you to not be confused or blocked while creating your art.
My vision for BrushBox was simple: to make a seamless product that felt like it was made by Adobe themselves. Every action from creating groups, to dragging multiple items, to double clicking preset names to rename them, has been based on other panels such as the Layers panel.
You'll already know how to use BrushBox from the first time you open it.
I hope this tool serves its purpose and makes Photoshop a little more enjoyable for you!