Brush group manager for Photoshop - MagicSquire panel
For those who waited for a tool to quickly organize and manage large groups of brushes in Adobe Photoshop, here goes MagicSquire, based on my MagicPicker's engine (so it supports Photoshops CC2017,2015,2014 as long as CS6,CS5):
The brief list of features includes:
- Puts brushes in easy-to-use compact folders. MagicSquire structures your brushes so you don’t need to look for them every time in neverending piles
- Lets you rearrange brushes, tool presets (like Mixer Brushes, Erasers etc.) and brush groups with drag’n’drop
- Fast rendering of brush/tool images with custom stroke thumbnail rendering
- Create brushes & tool presets from scratch: Just click the New button to add them to the panel.
- Edit and update. Click Update to update parameters from Photoshop, no need to recreate your brushes or presets
- Supports loading of existing brush collections from .ABR and .TPL files with one click!
- Supports very large files of 200M and above. Supports loading of thousands of brushes from one file
- Substitutes right-click brush menu with a better touchless Compact Mode
- Works with Adobe Photoshop CS5, CS6, CC, CC2014, CC2015+
- Uses well tested MagicPicker engine to deliver the fastest experience
Read more about MagicSquire, the brush management plugin inside Photoshop
Please contact me if you have any suggestions or questions, I'm always open to implementing new stuff since I made MagicPicker 8 years ago.
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