The following steps show you how to make a couple of custom dirt brushes.
Use whatever brushes work for you to create a similar blob.
Don’t worry about going to the edges; you clean this up later. Since this is going to be a brush, it needs to have an organic shape. Any part that goes to the edges will end up giving a tiled, hard edge look. You may not even notice or see the edge, but even a 10-percent opacity shows up when you try to use your brush.
Use the lasso to ensure that you have no stray pixels outside of the brush.
Give the brush a name that helps you remember it—preferably a name that others understand.
The brush is now saved to the brush presets, and by default is all the way at the bottom.
You can see your new brush is already available in the Brush Tip palette.
Since you don’t know Brian, I suggest using another name that makes sense to you.
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