Link to Custom Brushes 1!
How to get these brushes
I HAVE MADE A VISUAL STEP BY STEP! View it in the sta.sh link below!!
1 - Right click the template of the brush (The picture next to the gray/black box)
2 - Click "Save Image As" and save it to where ever you want in your files.
3 - Go to Medibang or FireAlpaca
4 - Down where the brushes are, there's a button that says "Add brush (Bitmap)" It looks like this:
5 - Click on "From File"
6 - Open the template that you saved
7 - Customize the brush how ever you want. (You can name it "rain brush" or "bubble brush thing" or "sprinkles", whatever you like!)
8 - Have fun drawing! Also if you want to download these programs (they are completely free and only take a few minutes to install!) Here are the links:
I'd recommend MediBang because it's the updated version of FireAlpaca with more features!
How to get these brushes on the Medibang Pro App!
It does work on the Medibang Pro App! Here's the steps to adding custom-made brushes on the app:
(Please note that I do not know the layout/format for the Medibang Pro App on anything other than Android, so if you don't have an android phone or device, then you might need to do some searching)
1 - Save the template of the brush to your gallery/photos gallery on your phone (Make sure it's at highest quality!)
2 - Click the button where your brushes are located
3 - Click the "plus" symbol (Or the "Add Brush" icon)
4 - This is where it gets a bit tricky, if you look at the type of brush that is listed in the dark-gray box next to the template, that's what type of brush you will click on. For example if I wanted brush #17, I would click the type "scatter" because it says so on the options I've given. (PLEASE NOTE that you don't go to the "Cloud" listed section! Stay in the one labeled "Standard")
5 - Click on the template that you saved to your gallery/photos gallery in step 1
6 - Change the options to however it is in the dark-gray box that is shown beside the brush template in the journal, or you can change it however you like, it doesn't need to be exact.