Updated: Sep 13
Ok so firstly, I'd just like to thank everyone who has purchased my brushes or joined Brush club, without you it wouldn't have been possible for me to create the procreate version at all, so again thank you and I hope you'll look forward to seeing more brushes soon!
When it comes to different drawing programs, it's important to note that each drawing program has its strengths and weaknesses, certain brushes will only work for that particular program or might work for more than one program but will look/work differently in each one.
As some of you may already know, it's not currently possible to import Clip Studio Paint Brushes (which is my preferred program to work in) to photoshop or procreate and by extension most other programs, however, I was able to recreate Similar ones by using the original files and manually setting them again in both photoshop and Procreate.
A few people kindly informed me that it is possible to import photoshop brushes to procreate, however, I wanted to test this for myself to make sure. I can confirm that you can import Photoshop brushes to Procreate however, the settings will be different than in photoshop, so I made separate files for both programs instead to hopefully make it easier for you guys who just want brushes for the program you use.
I also tried to import Procreate brushes in Photoshop (just to see if it would work) however it's not currently compatible.
Why is their no Braid brushes like in the Clip Studio Paint Version?
Additionally, For Brush club members, I will be adding the photoshop and procreate brushes to the club section of the site. But please keep in mind that this also means a large portion of my brushes and future brushes will only work in Clip Studio Paint unless photoshop and procreate allow you to import Clip Studio Paint brushes sometime in the future.
There are currently 2 sets for both procreate and photoshop, you can find all of them at my shop.
As for Krita users who also wanted the Natural hair set, I'll be working on that soon!