How to Resize Halftones in Photoshop

How to Resize Halftones in Photoshop

When working with halftones, one size definitely doesn't fit all. And it doesn't have to! Halftone brushes are easy to rescale, but how? We're here to help!

Follow the video below for step-by-step instructions on how to resize any RetroSupply Co. halftone pattern brush. We'll be using our ColorLab Comic Color Kit.

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  1. Open the Brush Panel. Find the brush that you want to resize. Double click on it or toggle to the Brush Settings panel.
  2. Toggle to the Texture setting from the menu. Set your scale by typing in your value or using the slider.
  3. Click the panel menu. Choose New Brush Preset. Name your brush so that it indicates the new scale. Click okay. (💡 Note: When using ColorLab, make sure include color is checked.)
  4. Repeat steps 1-3 for each brush to avoid unwanted errors.

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