Kyle T. Webster’s Photoshop Brushes Now Available in PS Sketch

Painting on the iPad and iPhone just took a leap forward with the introduction of Photoshop brush support in Photoshop Sketch*. Take all of your favorite Photoshop brushes that you’ve created over the years, add them to a Creative Cloud library and they will automatically appear for use in Photoshop Sketch. When combined with the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, your brushes will take on a new life in PS Sketch. We’ve built just the right settings directly into PS Sketch so you can adjust everything you need while painting on your iPad or iPhone.

To help get you started, Adobe partnered with award-winning illustrator and brush-creator Kyle T. Webster to create a customized library with seven hand-tuned brushes from his Kyle Brushes collection. The collection includes oil, rake and splatter brushes. These brilliant brushes can be used in Photoshop on the desktop and PS Sketch on your iPad and iPhone. See examples of Kyle’s incredible work created using his brushes at his website.

Get the free brushes here.

For a visual guide to using Kyle’s Brush Library, visit this Spark page.

How to Use Brushes in Photoshop Sketch

How to Use Brushes in Photoshop CC

Check out these resources to learn more about creating and using custom Photoshop brushes:

*Photoshop brushes in PS Sketch are compatible with iPhone 5s, iPhone SE, iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPhone 6s/6s Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4 and iPad Pro.

What about PS Sketch for Android?

We plan to bring Photoshop brush support to Sketch for Android in the future. At MAX, we’re thrilled to deliver the first version of PS Sketch for Android and look forward to adding new features.