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You can replicate the look of the Adobe Draw brushes many ways, but I haven't seen the specific brushes offered on an Adobe site (nice/simple idea tho)
When using a Wacom tablet, just make sure you have changed your brush customizations from "fixed" to "pressure". Then you can use the tablet to change the appearance of your artwork easily. Select the paint brush, double click on any of the preset brush sizes, then modify it to make it your own.
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As Ko said, this is a great idea. I'll pass it along to the Draw team.
Yeah - Unfortunately the Adobe Draw illustrations come in as "blob brush" drawings, expanded strokes.
I, too, would love to start with the brush, then continue in Illustrator on the path.
If it's just the strokes I need, I'll use Adobe Line, but no layers. Also no fill or opacity options while roughing out ideas.
Yes please pass this on. The Draw brush interface is so simple and effective. I have not been able to replicate it in Illustrator. Particularly a simple tapered round brush. In illustrator, this seems to only be accomplished by making an "art Bursh". But then the line weight is not consistent. Instead it scales based on the length of your stroke.
If there is a way in illustrator to create a brush stroke with tapered ends but a consistent line weight independent of line length, that would be AWESOME.