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  1. I finally worked out how to create coloured image brushes for both Vector & Raster formats in Designer.The raster brush instructions also apply to Photo too. When a member of a Face Book group I belong to, asked how to create a brush from a png image, I set about creating a video. No text or voice-over, just some nice relaxing Royalty Free music and my mouse movements. Recorded on a Windows 10 Pro system but hopefully Mac users will be able to see what actions need to be performed on their O/S. I have also included the two single brushes here with Permission from Nikki. Any comments are welcomed. Angela Nikkis_Irish_Flag_Bruashes_Tutorial_Video.mp4 Nikkis Irish Flag PIXEL.afbrushes Nikkis Patrick Day Flag Vector.afbrushes
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