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Procreate Brush: Painter's One Brush

This versatile brush for Procreate and iPad Pro is suitable for Painting, Drawing, or Lettering! PLEASE NOTE: This brush is ONLY compatible with Procreate App for iPad. It won't work in Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator.

All examples above are created entirely with this one brush.

  • The pressure sensitive settings make it perfect for making both thin and thick lines.
  • You can tilt the angle of your Apple Pencil to cover large areas quickly or make thicker strokes.
  • You can use it for softening edges or blending by lowering the opacity.
  • A Lettering version of this brush is included (with the Streamline setting turned up for smoother curves). You can write directly in a calligraphy style, or slowly build up the shape of your letters for lettering.
  • You can use as a smudge brush to mix colors and create painterly brush strokes.

The oil painting examples are studies after one of my very favorite painters, John Singer Sargent - although I love real oil paints, now I get to practice without inhaling turpentine or cleaning up :) Check out the timelapse video above to see the cover image process.


  • Painter's One Brush .brush file
  • One Brush Lettering .brush file


  • Procreate App for iPad
  • iPad Pro or iPad 2018
  • Apple Pencil highly recommended, or comparable stylus


  • You may not distribute or resell these files, or modify for resale or distribution - but you're free to do anything with the artwork you create using these brushes!


Check out my lettering brush sets:


✨ Check out my Megapack Artist Brush set for Procreate:


Importing Brushes one at a time

  • You must first unzip the .zip download, which contains the .brush files. If you are downloading directly to your iPad, you may need to download an app than will unzip the .zip file first.
  • Put the .brush files onto your choice of location (Dropbox, iCloud Drive). If you use Dropbox, also have the Dropbox app downloaded on your iPad.
  • Tap on the brush symbol in the menu. If you have a particular brush folder you want to import into, have that one selected/open.
  • Tap the plus sign + in the upper right corner.
  • Tap 'import' on the upper right corner.
  • Select the location of the .brush file and the brush file you want to import.
  • The brush will be imported.


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  • Support - Have questions? You can message or comment here on creative market, or send me an email at

I would love to see what you make with these brushes! You can tag me on Instagram with your creations, or comment below with a link.

❤️ Mila

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