Is there any way to use photoshop brushes in FW?

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Post 3+ Months Ago

i have checked the net, and saw nothing about it.

well can you?

fireworks can check for photoshop plugins, but i dont see anything about brushes.
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just spent about 30minutes trying . cant seem to get it to work
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i think they use different files, i know photoshop brushes are abr files but im not sure about fireworks, if theyre abr files too then there is most likely a way let me check the subject and ill post back here with an answer

//nucleo, i just got fireworks for my birthday, i was wonderingi f it can do anything photoshop cant, and i wanted to know if you had any tutorials an how you made those wall papers, the ones with themetalic look to them

^sorry for the bad spelling, anyway, i found out that fireworks brushes are .sit files so they are probabley not compadable with photoshop and vice versa with the .abr files and fireworks, sorry
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erm...

the only tutorials i have made are..

a slicing tutorial, for websites.

and cutting things out nicely :P
without using the rubber or wand tool, sorta something i invented :roll: heh

but, the metallic stuff is a 3d rendering program.
called cinema 4d and Bryce 5.

tell which WP u like and i tell you what soft was used.

i have always prefered FW because of ease of use :roll: i started with it i guess.
PS has all the brushes, and artist type talent stuff. from my POV anyway.
I like fireworks because it has very versatile movement and vectoring.
the effects are no where as professional as PS, but they can match PS with the right use ;)

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