Which apps do your products work with?


Our products range includes products designed to work exclusively with the following apps:

  • Procreate for iPad - (V5.0 or higher)
  • Adobe Photoshop - CS6 or higher (CC2019 + recommended).
  • Adobe Illustrator - CS6 or higher (CC2019 + recommended).

Products released after Feb 2020 will no longer be formatted to work with CS6-CC2018. Please check individual product pages for version compatibility.

Learn more here

Coming Soon:

  • Affinity (mid-May 2020)
  • Clip Studio (July-September 2020)



You'll find product-specific inclusions, specifications and compatibility info on our detailed product pages.

Q: I have Adobe CS5 or older. Will your products work?
A: No. Our products are designed for CS6 or higher only but we highly recommend CC2019 or higher for the best user experience. 

Q: I use a Wacom tablet on Mac OS Catalina. Which Adobe versions are compatible?
A: CC2019 or higher.

Q: Do you have any products available for Affinity or Clip Studio Paint?
A: Stay tuned - coming 2020.

Q: Will your brushes, actions or effects kits work with GIMP, Krita, Sketchbook, Corel, Serif Affinity Photo, Pixelmator, Graphic or any other app that supports PSD files and Brushes?
A: No. You can use our Essentials Texture packs however any included actions will not work. 

Q: Are you sure? I've successfully installed photoshop brushes from the internet into my favourite free apps before.
A: Positive. They will not work even close to how they should and in most cases they will be unusable. Trust us. We've tested this on every app listed above. 

Q: Which iPad apps do your products work with?
A: Procreate

Q: How about Adobe Sketch, Fresco, Photoshop or Draw for iPad?
A: Photoshop brushes can be installed into Adobe Sketch - Instructions here. 

Importing Photoshop brushes into Adobe Fresco is problematic due to a number of brush engine bugs and limitations of the app itself. Our current advice is to proceed with extreme caution or avoid doing so until the app has been fixed (we've been informed by Adobe this should be very soon).

Photoshop for iPad does not yet have the capability to import custom brushes. 

We've not tested any of our products with Adobe Draw however Illustrator for iPad is scheduled for release in 2020.







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