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ok..the brush you are talking about..where is it? in photoshop already? or did you download it?

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i downloaded it


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ok, so your first step will be to add the bursh into photoshop. this is simple.

just click on the start menu of your computer, on opened click on "My Computer". after that find your hard-drive...the hard-drive on my comp at school is labeled "system volume-(c drive)". it may not be the same on your comp...but it if it's a home comp there shouldn't be that many drives to choose from. on you find it double click the drive. once you do this you'll see a bunch of folders, click on the one that syas "Program Files".

once you open that folder you'll see....yes you guessed it..more folders. find the folder that says "Adobe". double click it, this will open up a view of more folders, find the folder that says "Adobe Photoshop" which ever version you have. double click the photoshop folder and it will open up to more folders. now find the folder that says "Presets". once you find it double click it. and yes by now you will be tired of seeing folders...lol, but once you open the presets folder look for the folder that says "Brushes".

now that you have the brushes folder open, simply >copy & paste, or >click and drag the brush you downloaded into that folder.

when done just close all the folders and then open up photoshop. your new brush should be there.

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