The first step in creating a kiss brush in Photoshop is to get a picture of a kiss. Just put some lipstick on and kiss a piece of paper a couple of times until you get a kiss you like. Next, it’s time to get that kiss digitized. Either scan it into your computer or take a photo and load it into Photoshop. Once you have your kiss in Photoshop, creating the Brush is easy!
Creating the Kiss Brush
To make a custom Brush in Photoshop, all you need is a Black and White image. Brushes work best when the Brush shape is black on a pure white Background. In this case, we convert the kiss shape to black and place it on a white Background.
Next, go to ‘edit-define brush preset’ to make the kiss shape into a brush.
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