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Procreate Fashion Illustration Set

Procreate Fashion Illustration Set - instantly whip quick sketches or illustrate like a pro - all the tools you need are in this pack and then some more.

Update July 29. - as requested - zipper with 6 composite brushes added - left open, right open, closed, stopper and two closing mechanisms.

Update July 11. - a .brushset file was added for version 4.1 users. Install all brushes with single tap.

We are delighted to present you a very versatile and diverse set of tools for sketching and drawing various styles of fashion illustration on iPad Pro with Apple Pencil. Just install the brushes and start drawing to get amazing results.

This set includes basic sketching and drawing tools like pencil and ink brush; artistic alcohol markers and watercolor brushes for painting and some very very special brushes that are going to make your designs really stand out. Tulle fabrics, lace fabrics, knit and woven fabrics are just a few of the brushes that will take your illustration process to a whole new level. They save loads of time and give impressive instant results!

Included in this set are 43 brushes for use with Procreate app, a set of 6 templates of female models to trace or use as reference for a quick start, a PDF Brush Guide and a PDF User Guide.

Some of the brushes are great for hand lettering too, so have fun and explore them.

Important - this set will work only with Procreate app on iPad Pro or iPad 2018 with Apple Pencil or compatible stylus.

Send us a message if you have any questions or want to have a certain brush added to a future update.

Thank you!

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