Corel Announces ParticleShop Plug in for Photoshop

Hey Gang,

I can’t tell you much about this one, yet.  I don’t have my copy of the plug in so I can’t test it out.  But it looks fantastic.

The new ParticleShop

The new ParticleShop


Check it out:

Particle Shop

This looks very exciting.



6 responses to “Corel Announces ParticleShop Plug in for Photoshop

  1. I purchase the plug-in but it only came with very few brushes for $49.95. Each brush package is $29.95, sees like a rip off now that I have it. Also I did not see a way to load your painter brushes into particleshop??

    • Hi David,
      Yikes. That doesn’t sound very good. I haven’t gotten a copy yet. I know the same brushes are for sale in Corel Painter 2016 for the same price. I have to agree, it seems a little pricey to me, too. I did buy a brush set from the previous ones that were offered…it was called Fresh Rain. It was also $29.95, but I actually found the brushes very useful and liked them.
      I don’t think you can load any Painter Brushes into ParticleShop. Only brushes tweaked to work with it would be my guess. I am guessing you can get a refund if you call them. Have you tried using it at all? I’m curious since I haven’t seen it yet.

  2. SkipYou’re not wrong – it is interesting – have been on the beta panel which is why my input to the Painter 2016 panel was reduced below what I’d wanted.Great for textures and backgrounds.Three pieces attachedTerry

    Date: Mon, 10 Aug 2015 13:57:54 +0000 To:

    • Hey Terry, I don’t see the pieces, but would love to. I don’t think you can attach files to the comments, but I’m not certain. Thanks for commenting, Skip

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