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Gimp - Why am I unable to snap to the edges of the brush?

You aren't missing anything. AFAIK you can only snap the center. If you want to always snap to the same side of the brush, you can define a grid offset so that snap_point ± brush_half_width is where ...
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How to replicate this Procreate brush in Photoshop

There's no brush that will do this on its own, however it's possible to do something similar with a little bit of setting up first. Beginning with a normally lit image, do the following: Increase the ...
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Preapply Multiple Strokes to the Pen and Brush Tool in Illustrator consistently

I think you could perhaps use Blob Brush tool for something like this, although I don't know if will suit your needs 100%. You can't pre-apply the stroke and fill, but you could use a Graphic Style to ...
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Preapply Multiple Strokes to the Pen and Brush Tool in Illustrator consistently

Untick "New Art Has Basic Appearance" in the Appearance Panel Menu. This will allow you to set the appearance once, and then every new path will take on that appearance. The appearance won'...
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How to replicate this Procreate brush in Photoshop

The old trick to paint light is to add a darkening overlay or adjustment layer and remove the darkening at the highlight areas. It's in practice the winning strategy because images generally have a ...
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Can a brush in gimp have different opacity

Either you make a fully opaque greyscale brush (as in Image > Mode > Grayscale) and the brush acts as a "mask": when used it assumes the foreground color, and the blackness says how ...
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