Brush up on your PhotodeskBy Chris Williams. Published: 17th May 2002, 18:44:33 | Permalink | Printable
Convert Paint Shop Pro brushes to PhotodeskPaint Shop Pro is a commerical PC graphics software package aimed at artists and users wishing to process digital images on their Windows machines. On the net you can find a huge collection of brush styles for Paintshop Pro, a quick search reveals over 13000 pages dedicated to the software.
And now, thanks to the people behind the recently refreshed Photodesk Tutorial site, another site hosted as part of the iconbar.com empire, you can convert these Paint Shop Pro brushes to RISC OS' Photodesk.
"PSbrush is an application which converts Photoshop and Paint Shop Pro brush files into a form suitable for use in Photodesk, the leading RISC OS graphics package", announced Chris Terran.
Photodesk is, if you don't already know, a very capable graphics package for RISC OS. The Photodesk tutorial site, created by Lee Montgormerie and Chris Terran, already features many tutorials, hints and tips, advice and other Photodesk resources.
Photodesk tutorial site
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