Introducing the creativemarket Procreate Texture Brushes. Add some fun texture to your brush strokes! Enjoy these 24 custom texture brushes for the iPad Pro and Procreate App.
- 24 Custom Procreate Texture Brushes
To download and install:
I would recommend downloading the .brushset file to your computer and then transferring it to your iPad. I’ve found this is usually the easiest way to do it.
On a computer, download the file, then:
On a mac: Unzip the file by double-clicking it. The new folder will be the one you use.
Turn AirDrop on your computer.
Here is a link on how to do that: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203106
Set it to “Allow me to be discovered by Everyone” for now. (You can turn this off later if you wish. It just makes transferring files super easy.)
Also, Turn AirDrop on your iPad. Here is a link on how to do that: https://www.imore.com/how-to-instantly-share-files-airdrop-iphone-ipad
Set it to “Allow me to be discovered by Everyone”
Keep the computer and iPad close next to each other. Then right-click the .brushset file on your computer, and press Share AirDrop.
After a few seconds, your iPad should show up. If it doesn’t, make sure AirDrop is turned on correctly on both devices and set to Everyone.
Click your iPad as the device to share with. After a second, you should get a prompt on your iPad.
Click Accept, Open with… Procreate
Now the brushes should import and should be found in your Brush Library. They should load to the top of the stack, in their own section.
(Side note- if you ever download individual brushes, they will be in the “Imported” section of your brushes.)
*Make sure you have the most recent update of Procreate for this so you are able to import .brushset files.
On an iPad: Download the file from Creative Market and unzip it in an app like ZipApp Lite https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/zipapp-lite-the-unarchiver/id585600850?mt=8
Click the unzipped .brushset file
A pop up should come up which says “Unsupported File Type”
Click open “in another App”
Click “Copy to Procreate”
It will export the file and import into Procreate
You will find the brushes in your Brush Library, loaded at the top of your brushes in its own folder.
On a PC: Download the file to your computer and unzip it.
Learn how to unzip/extract files here if you’re not sure: https://www.google.com/search?q=how+to+unzip+on+a+pc&oq=how+to+u&aqs=chrome.0.69i59j69i57j69i60l3.2586j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
Attach the .brushset file to an email and email it to yourself (I’m using Gmail and Google Drive. Hopefully what you’re using will act similarly.)
Open your email on your iPad and click the .brushset attachment.
It may say unsupported file type.
Click the blue arrow in the lower right of your iPad screen
Wait for the page to load
This may lead you to a jumbled mess of file names.
In the upper right-hand corner of that screen, click the Safari symbol. (The circle compass shape.)
This will appear to bring you to the same page.
But this time click that white, downward-facing arrow, near the upper right.
Wait for the page to load
This will lead you to a page that says the .brushset name
On this page click “Open in “Procreate””
Now the brushes should import and should be found in your Brush Library. They will lead to the top of the stack, in their own section.