As Adobe is making possible to use Photoshop Brushes (.ABR) on the iPad and iPhone (and soon on Android devices) using Creative Cloud Libraries in the Photoshop Sketch App, I decided to build an small free hand-tuned brush collection that could be used both on Photoshop Creative Cloud and also on Photoshop Sketch.
This set contains 9 professional brushes: a classic pencil, a chalk, an inker beauty, a hatching brush, two different pastels, a versatil acrylic, an splatter tool and my old but still useful reptile texturizer (the Photoshop .TPL file includes an ‘extra’ soft smudge tool).
Please, read the License of Use before start working with this tools!
You can add the file to your Creative Cloud Libraries from:
Click ‘Save’ to Add the brush collection to your Creative Cloud Libraries (of course, you need to be logged in).
Launch Photoshop Sketch and long-press on one of the brushes in the menu.
Press ‘Change Library’ and find ‘AD Sketch Brushes’.
Select a brush and start painting!
The next illustration was painted with the pencil and acrylic brushes from this set, in Photoshop CC 2017.
If you prefer to download the ABR and TPL files there’s a FREE purchase button at the bottom of this post.
This brushes were created in Photoshop Creative Cloud using a Wacom Intuos 4 Tablet.
Tested in Photoshop CS6 with a Wacom Graphire 4 and a Cintiq Companion Hybrid.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Photoshop CS5.5 + Wacom tablet.
AD_Adobe-Sketch-Brushes.zip file (19,4 Mb.) includes:
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