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Old 06-12-2006, 17:03   #1 (permalink)
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Make a Copyright 'brush' in PS

Thanks to FionaB who originally wrote the instructions for making this type of brush.

At the bottom of your photo or even right across the middle if you really want to, you can add a copyright message very simply without having to type it all out every time. Not only that but you can have it in any colour and any size with just one click. Here is how...

Ok, start with a new document in Photoshop. The first tool you'll use is that 'splodge' shape. Can't see it? Well it is on your main tool box but you might have it hidden. No problem, hit Shift + U until it appears here:

Ok, now we need to make sure we are working with pixels, so up on the top toolbar, known as the Context Sensitive toolbar because it changes depending on what tool you have selected, click on the right of three buttons. It looks like this:

Now we can get started. Along this same toolbar, you'll see a button marked 'Shape' click on that because we're going to select the 'Copyright' simple. If you don't get a drop down that looks like this:

then click on the little triangle at the top right of the scrollbar, just below where it says 'Style' and then select 'All'. Now you will find the 'Copyright' symbol is there so click on it to select it.

Hit 'D' on your keyboard to select the default colours (Black foreground, White background). Now you just use this like any graphic: On your page, drag out a copyright symbol, not too big. Best to zoom in and see it rather than make it too big as the brush we are making will be the same size as you make it now. You can resize the brush of course but still better to get it close to what we want now.

Ok, Now select the Type tool and just use the normal Horizontal tool type (you can just hit 'T' on the keyboard by the way!):

Type your copyright message and size it according to how you want it to look next to the copyright symbol. You can play around with it until it is how you want it.

Ok, now take the rectangular marquee selection tool:

and make a selection around your entire message like so:

Nearly there now :o) Just go to Edit > Define Brush Preset and you will get a small window with your brush selected. It won't look great as it will be squashed but don't worry about that. Give it a name, something that will make it obvious:

That's all there is to it. Close that window down and you're ready to try out your new brush. Ok, to find it, just select brush (or hit 'B') and up on the toolbar, click on the little triangle next to 'Brush' for a drop down menu. Scroll all the way down to the bottom and your new brush is there.


Once you've selected it, pick a colour, any colour you like :o) Go onto your page, click anywhere and bingo, you've got your Copyright message. You can make it smaller, bigger, rotate it, do whatever you like. You can even paint strokes with it if you really want to but not sure why you would! But play around and by simply changing colours I did this (ok, so I got bored ok!)...

The same technique applies for making ANY customised brush be it with letters, a picture or whatever. It's very versatile so if there is anything you regularly need to add to a picture or whatever, you now know how to make your very own brush to do it.

Thanks again to FionaB for the message and I hope you find this tutorial helpful.

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Old 20-12-2006, 22:07   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Make a Copyright 'brush' in PS

great job Rob!

i usually used a program picture shark for this but that is twice as handy, i always thought there must be away of doing that in PS!

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Old 20-12-2006, 22:18   #3 (permalink)
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My pleasure Steve, glad it was helpful :o)
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Old 16-06-2007, 18:10   #4 (permalink)
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Re: Make a Copyright 'brush' in PS

Ok I have made the brush, no problems.
How do you change colour & rotate it ?
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Old 16-06-2007, 18:31   #5 (permalink)
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Re: Make a Copyright 'brush' in PS

to change the colour just select a different foreground colour by clicking on the top one of the two overlapping squares on the tool bar ( usually black and white)..... not sure how to rotate it!

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I'd guess, put it on it's own layer then use the free transform tool.
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oh good thinking! lol didint think about that OP cheers!

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Cool tut. Nice idea, and works well...
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I've got PSE 7 & I can't even find the "splodge" shape. Am I missing something?
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I've got PSE 7 & I can't even find the "splodge" shape. Am I missing something?
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Not sure if Elements has this tool. In PS, Adobe have a tendancy to hide tools behind one another. Right clicking on a tool in PS reveals the other tools hidden behind the visible icon.

Needlless to say, it is not called the 'Splodge' toll by Adobe - that is one of Rob's technical terms. Sorry to say that I don't know the correct name for this tool, so can't advise on what the search on.

Hopefully other Elements users will be able to say if this tool is available and where to find it if it is. In the short term you could use text on a different layer and adjust the opacity.
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great stuff... not wanting to hijack your thread another one you might find handy is here...

YouTube - Protect your photos with a watermark

quite simple to use again, plus it is stored in 'actions' and if you want to have every shot the same size all you need to do is open image, select actions > watermark (or whatever you named it) and it will apply the copyright and resize automatically.

ps. when entering the alt. 0169 you need to use the number pads on the right of keyboard.

example


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Re: Make a Copyright 'brush' in PS

FIONA & ROB, THANK YOU BOTH FOR A GREAT TUTORIAL.

IT REALLY WORKS WELL AND EVEN I WAS ABLE TO DO IT
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glad to be of help Woody!
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Re: Make a Copyright 'brush' in PS

THANKS FIONA. I HAVE ALSO FOUND THAT YOU CAN DO IT WITHOUT SELECTING THE RECTANGULAR MARQUEE TOOL. JUST CLICK ON THE BRUSH TOOL, THEN GO TO EDIT, DEFINE BRUSH PRESET.
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The only reason I use the marquee method Woody is because then you can control exactly how much white/space you have around the 'brush' which can be handy. No probs doing it the other way though for sure

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ROB, THANK YOU FOR EXPLAINING USING THE MARQUEE TOOL. I ACTUALLY DISCOVERED THAT IT WORKED, WITHOUT USING THE TOOL, BY MISTAKE AS I FORGOT TO USE IT THE SECOND TIME I TRIED IT.

COULD YOU PLEASE EXPLAIN HOW YOU USE IT TO GET MORE WHITE SPACE AROUND IT.

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No probs Woody, you just select an area including a bit of space around the thing you are sampling. If there isn't any space already, just increase the size of the canvas and then do the selection. Simple as that :o)

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Very handy and it works a treat
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It may be me but although the bits seem to be there i cannot get this to work in CS5 any suggestions please
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DAZZA, WHICH PART CAN YOU NOT GET TO WORK ? I DON'T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT CS5, I USE CS3 AND IT WORKS FINE.

IF YOU SAY WHICH PART DOES NOT WORK, THEN MAY BE ABLE TO HELP
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Yes sorry can go all through it and even save as a brush but when i try to use it i get an error message saying you cannot do it??????????????
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DAZZA, THIS IS VERY STRANGE, I CAN'T FIGURE OUT WHY YOU ARE GETTING AN ERROR MESSAGE.
I HAVE JUST DONE IT OVER AND OVER JUST NOW, IN CS3 TRYING TO GET AN ERROR MESSAGE, BUT I HAVE FOUND IT JUST WORKS EVERY TIME .

SORRY I CAN'T BE ANYMORE HELP, MAY BE SOMEONE THAT USES CS5 WILL BE ABLE TO TELL YOU MORE. BUT IN CS3, IT WORKS EVERY TIME.
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I have CS5 and have made a few watermarks in the past with it.

Once you have the watermark design, use the rectangular marquee tool as if you're going to crop it. Select 'edit' and 'define brush pattern' from the drop down. It'll then ask you to name the pattern which should then be available as an option in the brush styles.
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