I always get asked “What type of brush are you using on procreate?”. We’ll I’m here to share it all to you guys. I’ve been using Procreate for iPad a lot these days since it really comes in handy and I like the mobility of just having an iPad with me and work. It is great for designers and artists that’s always on the go.
If you want to achieve these kind of aesthetics, feel free to download the brushes and start using them for your illustrations. Here are the brushes that are included in the pack:
In case you have no idea how to install the brushes on procreate, follow these steps below:
You can download the brushes on your computer and save them to the cloud (iCloud or Dropbox) or you can download them directly on your iPad.
If you download the files to your iPad as a ZIP file, you can unzip the files with a free app like FileExplorer: File Manager or iZip. No matter how you choose to download the brush, the installation process is the same:
- Open a new canvas and tap the paintbrush icon to open the Brushes panel.
- Select the folder where you want to install the brush. (You can create a new folder by tapping the + button at the top of the list of brush sets.)
- Tap the + button above the list of brushes to import a new brush.
- Tap Import in the dialog box that opens.
- You’ll see the iPad’s File interface. Navigate to the folder containing your downloaded Procreate brushes.
- Tap the brush you want to install. The screen will go back to the Procreate canvas with the brush panel open. (At first the brush will be labeled as an untitled brush, but once you hit the back button to go back to the list of brushes, the name will appear.)
I’m excited to what you can come up! Tag your works with #nicolonimor on social media.
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