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Ink Bleed Procreate Brush

Ink Bleed Procreate Brush

This brush has some rough edges, almost like there is a bit of water plus bad paper - making it bleed at the edges but mostly just on the heavier down strokes. Upstrokes are super thin!

For use with Procreate app on the iPad Pro

With your instant download you will receive 1 brush file to use with the Procreate App.

How to Install:

While on your iPad

Once purchased you will receive a link for download -Choose 'Open in Procreate' ...this will exit the browser and open Procreate automatically. When Procreate opens...a small pop up in center of canvas will read 'Brushes Imported' (this happens quickly so may not see it) -New Brushes will already be there, found by selecting 'Brush Tool'...swiping the Brush Tab section at top...and in the Tab 'Imported' (near the 'New Set' tab at far right end).

When on a desktop

NOTE: Need to have Dropbox App (Free DL in App store or here for computer

-Drag file once saved to your desktop to your dropbox folder. -Open the Procreate App and click on the brush icon to open brushes. -Click on the plus on the far right to import brushes -Click 'import' on the right -Click 'import from' -Click 'locations' on the top left -Select 'dropbox' or 'more' if you haven't set it up.

-OR you can email it to yourself and open it with the ipad mail app and it should open with procreate right away!

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