Creating your own logo brushes

To create a brush logo from a JPEG file of your logo. 1. Open your logo in Photoshop. The trick here is to get your logo on a transparent background. ….

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To create a logo brush from text:

  1. Open a new file
  2. File, New 300 ppi, approximately 4 wide by 3 high with white as a background
  3. Use the Text tool and use black and type what you want the brush to be – use any font you want.
  4. The copyright symbol can be added in photoshop by holding ALT and then typing 0169.
    I’ve had issues with this not working on a laptop. If you have trouble, open Word or a similar program and create the copyright symbol there by using Insert-Symbol then copying and pasting from Word to Photoshop Text selection.
  5. Turn off the visibility of the background layer (click the eyeball to turn it off).
  6. Hold CTL(command for Mac) and click the layer with the text which selects it. You should get the little marching ants around your text.
  7. Click the Edit menu and choose Define Brush Preset. Enter a name for your brush and click OK
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