Sketching Procreate brushes
⇨ IMPORTANT: These brushes are compatible only with the iOS app Procreate for iPad. They won't work in Photoshop or other digital drawing/editing softwares. ⇦
This set is also part of a Procreate brushes bundle: http://cbr.sh/e5ji7o
► A set of 16 handmade sketching brushes for Procreate.
There are two categories of brushes: 8 ink pen brushes, and 8 marker brushes. The ink pen brushes can be used for sketching, creating the outlines of your drawings and the marker brushes for shading your work. This set works great for quick sketches, concept art and you can also use the brushes for lettering (don't hesitate to increase the Streamline parameter in the stroke options panel for smoother lines when creating custom lettering).
Quick tip: for a transparency effect with the brush strokes, especially the Marker brushes, change the blending mode to Multiply, or Linear Burn.
► You will receive a ZIP containing the 16 brushes files, in .brush format, and a JPG sheet with all the swatches.
► To be able to use these brushes, you need:
• An iPad
• The app Procreate
• The Apple Pencil, or a stylus (optional). These brushes are pressure sensitive and have been created and tested using the Apple Pencil, but if you don't have a pressure sensitive stylus it's always possible to tweak the brushes settings!
Installing the brushes:
Update: if you have iOS 11+ installed, you can use the drag & drop feature to quickly import several brushes at the same time.
► After checkout, you will be able to download the ZIP file directly.
► Download the ZIP file to your computer, and unzip the file.
► Then, you can transfer the folder containing the brushes either via iCloud Drive (simply drag the brush folder in the iCloud Drive folder), Dropbox, or by sending an email to yourself with the files added as attachments.
► If you are using Dropbox or iCloud Drive, you’ll have to download the same apps on your iPad via the App Store, if you don’t already have them (they are free).
► Take your iPad, and depending which transfer method you’ve chosen, open the corresponding app (Mail app, Dropbox app, iCloud Drive app etc).
► Locate the folder containing your brushes, and select one of the .brush files (.brush is the extension - the format used for Procreate brushes), and choose "Copy to Procreate" (iCloud Drive) or "Export— Open in… — Copy to Procreate" (Dropbox). The brush will be directly transferred to the Procreate app, and now you can start drawing! Repeat this step for the other brushes from the set.