How to Use HyperX Cloud 2 for Photoshop Elements and Other Projects
I’ve been using HyperX cloud 2 for some time now, and I’m still not really sure how to use it in Photoshop.
I have a ton of stuff in Photoshop, and so far it’s really good.
The best part is that it comes with lots of preconfigured extensions that make it really easy to add new stuff to Photoshop.
So, if you’re looking for an easy way to add a bunch of custom stuff to your Photoshop CS6 projects, this is it.
It’s also super powerful.
For me, this means that I’m not going to have to install any third-party plugins to get Photoshop to do things.
But if you want to add custom brushes to your images, or even Photoshop CS5, then HyperX is a must-have.
I’m a big fan of the extension, and if you haven’t yet, make sure to sign up for a free account.
HyperX, you’re awesome.