In my last video, I talked about how Kyle Webster brushes had become part of the Adobe CC suite of tools, free to download if you have a subscription. I’ve been extolling the virtues of these brushes for a couple of years now.

But, did you know, you can use them with Adobe Sketch for the iPad?

Kyle Brushes in Adobe Sketch

Though it’s not easy to import the brushes into Adobe Sketch, with the right amount of perseverance and luck, you can use all the same brushes across your desktop and iPad. I am hoping that Adobe cleans up the process a bit. But for now, just follow along with the directions in the video, and enjoy your brushes on the go.


Hi there, Terry here. I love working on the Digital Painter site and making videos and art along with you. When I started this site back in 2014, I had no idea how far it would come, or how much it would change. I have loved every minute of it and wouldn’t trade it for the world. Over the years I have handled all the financial details involved with the website myself.

But now I need your help.

This is a passion and love of mine, so the website will continue to grow as long as I love art and the time to make it happen, but your support can help enhance it.  Stop over to our Patreon page and think about tossing a dollar or two our way.  The money we make goes back into the website, covering hosting fees, website fees, etc. along with allowing us to purchase prizes for the giveaways we do.

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