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It's not possible to import Illustrator CC brushes into Draw. It's possible to bring Photoshop CC's .abr brushes into Sketch... Is that perhaps what you're thinking of?
I'm not talking about Photoshop because I specifically would like to use my work from my desktop and work with it on the go. Why has no one suggested this to Adobe or what has Abode not thought if this very simple yet very necessary tool? Is there a compatible program that I can use for this. Is there a way to make brushes in Draw without adapting pictures from Capture?
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There is currently no way to create additional brushes for/in Draw (Capture brushes also are not usable in Draw; only in Sketch) or to bring brushes into Draw from Illustrator, but I will share your comments with the product team.
Thanks for taking the time to clarify.
This is a serious draw back for those who use Draw and Sketch in the field. I am a meteorologist who uses Adobe Sketch on an iPad to analyze weather maps, draw contours, and use symbols. I have a beautiful set of these that I created in Adobe Illustrator. But I cannot import them into Draw or to Sketch.
Yes, I know you can try to create the same symbols using Capture, and I have tried that. But the result is kind of woeful. Also, there is no Text tool in Sketch to allow me to type labels.
Although this is a big drawback, I am plugging along and do appreciate Sketch. What we really need is a mobile version of Illustrator.
Thanks for posting.
I don't know about the possibility of importing Illustrator CC brushes into Sketch, but being able to import them into Draw is definitely a request I've been sharing with the product team. Especially since the ability to use Photoshop CC brushes in Sketch is possible now. (Did you know that's possible with the most recent version of Sketch?)
I'll definitely pass your comments along to the Draw team.