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It might be better to make small thumbnail samples as a visual reference for what each brush does. I think this may be actually more useful than just extracting the brush images anyway, since a brush is often more than just an image. In Photoshop, maybe set up a grid, choose black as the foreground colour, select each brush in turn and paint a little sample ...


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An .abr file is not an image file. It's a brush definition file for Photoshop. This article explains how to use Photoshop to export thumbnail images of the brush definitions. But without Photoshop, there's not much you can do with the file. If you are seeking merely to preview the brush tips in the .abr file.. there are many small freeware or shareware ...


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