does anyone know how to use corel painter brushes into adobe photoshop?

Question by Zero_sama: does anyone know how to use corel painter brushes into adobe photoshop?
well i just switched to photoshop and i find smudge and blur tools useless, i just wanna import blender brushes of corel into photoshop.
is there a way and is this possible?

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Answer by B K
The problem you are having is that Photoshop wasn’t really designed as a painting application. Photoshop is primarily an image editing program, although it can be used for painting/drawing. It’s unlikely that Corel paint brushes will be compatible with Photoshop.

When you use the smudge tool, you can change the shape of the brush in Photoshop so that is smudges like a brush with bristles, you can also change the size, and strength of the brush. Using the brushes panel, click Window > Brushes, you can get other effects which change the brush tip shape, plus Photoshop comes with a large set of brushes you can add to the brushes palette to simulate different media.

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Can Adobe Photoshop recreate the same brushes as Corel Painter?

Question by OKwithme: Can Adobe Photoshop recreate the same brushes as Corel Painter?
I like the Photoshop program more, but I was wondering if I could recreate the look of the brushes from Painter on Photoshop. Photoshop seems to be a great program to paint in as well as touch up the paintings using its photo editing tools, but the images painted usually have a digital feel instead of a natural feel.

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Answer by bwahhh
yes. photoshop is very versatile and can mimic painter. i’ve seen work done in photoshop that looks like it has been done in painter. you just have to have the right brush settings.

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