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The Advert doesn't list ABR as a file type, so you could create brushes from the files (PNG) but you can't import them en masse as in a collection of brushes.


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Although ABR is not listed as a file type in the bundled offer, most of the Photoshop brush packs can be purchased separately (from the same vendor) and there they do list ABR as the file type so I suspect all the Photoshop brushes will import "en masse" directly into Affinity

Besides, there is a "100% Money Back Guarantee" - so nothing to lose by buying them and seeing what you get

 


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But it is perhaps worth noting that while a Photoshop ABR brush may import properly, it may not work exactly as it works in Photoshop.


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11 hours ago, walt.farrell said:

But it is perhaps worth noting that while a Photoshop ABR brush may import properly, it may not work exactly as it works in Photoshop.

For sure! For example, I have some (very!) old .abr brush files where for some reason the brush nozzles are shifted down about ½ way when imported into any Affinity app, which produces an odd striped pattern when used.


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