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PROCREATE COMBO #1 - 108 Brushes

PROCREATE COMBO #1


SEE MY BRUSHES IN ACTION!

I use my own brushes to create my artwork. Please check out my online gallery at Artstation and also my youtube Channel.

https://www.artstation.com/rodrigolopes

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCofpgIpHLhBag0tTNUkZKbw


The Ultimate Procreate Brush Pack + Procreate Concept Art Brushes

108 Finely tuned Procreate brushes

  • Rull brushes
  • Oil brushes
  • Mixer brushes
  • Environment brushes
  • Pen brushes
  • Soft brushes
  • Chalk brushes
  • Texture Brushes
  • Pencil Brushes
  • Chalk Brushes

The Ultimate Brush Pack and the Concept Art Brush Pack were made with fine adjustments so that they feel like painting in Photoshop! If you haven't yet gotten used to Procreate standard brushes you must buy this pack! I have created all theses brushes myself so that I could make the transition from Photoshop to Procreate easily! These brushes were all tested in my own artworks. Don't be frustrated by not getting the results you want anymore! The brushes in this pack have been finely adjusted to simulate Photoshop brushes as well as possible. You can see my artworks made with these brushes in my website (www.rodrigolopesart.com).

Requirements:

  • IPad Pro
  • Apple Pencil
  • Procreate App for iPad
  • To use these brushes you will needThe IPad app Procreate (Latest version recommended) and the Apple Pencil (Ipad Stylus).

IMPORTANT: These brushes are compatible only with Procreate for iPad Pro. They won't work in Potoshop or other painting programs.

How to install procreate brushes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4WwB7ib82I

You can also follow the steps below according to Savage (Procreate Creators).

To import a brush into Procreate, you have a few options. You can import individual brushes by opening up your Brushes Menu (double tap on your Paint Tool), tapping the + button in the top right, followed by Import.

Your other option is the Drag & Drop feature you've mentioned. You can use this by swiping up from the bottom of your screen while Procreate is open to bring up your Dock. Tap & hold on Files for a moment until it enlarges. You can now drag it in a window out over Procreate. Using this, you can navigate to your brushes and drag them into Procreate.

Alternatively, you could jump into your Files app separately and use the Select function to select your desired brushes. You can then tap Share, followed by 'Open in Procreate'. Procreate should now be summoned - it will import the brushes and they will theoretically be visible in the Imported Set, down the bottom of your Brushes Menu.

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