The Great Outdoors

I love Photoshop's predesigned brush presets (airbrush, spatter, etc.). I'm competent enough to use brush-tip shapes like grass and other "natural/organic" tips. Even the ones I've downloaded from the web, I can render with no problem. These brush-tip shapes can be really useful. That is if you know how to use them or familiar with the device you're using.

I recently got my hands on some nature/outdoor brushes for Procreate. I recently used them in my last artwork (as seen in my previous post "Colton") and on this portrait below:

If you look close enough, you might notice that some blades of grass laying sideways. Using these brushes on an iPad with an iPencil was a struggle bus shit show. I think I'm supposed to lock the orientation in the setting somewhere so that the brush stroke will always be upright.

I'm still searching the web for a proper tutorial. If anyone out there knows the answer, please let me know. Thanks.