N.S.L: WEEK 180 – Adobe Photoshop CC 2014 “Recently Used Brushes”

Small but helpful new feature in Adobe Photoshop CC 2014

If I didn’t tell you bout it, you’d probably think it was ALWAYS there =D


New Feature in Adobe Photoshop CC 2014
Recently Used Brushes

Whenever you use a brush, you’ll find it loaded just above your Brush Presets. Just choosing the brush wont load it. You have to actually use it to load it. This new feature helps save time when I’m using several different brushes in a project.


Adobe Photoshop
Show/Hide Recently Used Brushes

If you want to turn off this feature, just go into the fly-out menu.


Adobe Photoshop CC 2014
Remove Recent Brushes

In order to manage these recently used brushes, you can remove the ones you no longer want to use. Just hover over the one you want to remove, hold down the Option key and click on it. You’ll know you’re doing it right when you see the scissors icon next to your cursor.


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Twitter: @SebastianBleak #AdobeGrind #NSL  Images looked best on FireFox when this post was created.


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