How to download Procreate brushes and install them on your iPad.

Downloading and Installing Procreate Brushes

I’ve had a number of questions from customers via my Etsy store asking how to download and install my Procreate brushes into the app on the iPad.

Its not difficult at all but I think this post will help you if you are new to Procreate and downloading new brushes to use in the app.

How to download and install Procreate brushes to the Procreate app on your iPad.

I thought I’d write a quick blog post to show you just how easy it is to do, especially if you do the whole process from your iPad.

Whether you’re into iPad lettering, digital planning or creating art – if you are new to Procreate and you don’t know how to add these brushes to your brush collection inside the app, you might find yourself feeling pretty frustrated.

Read on to see just how easy it is..

It really couldn’t be easier to download and install new brushes into your Procreate brushes files.

The biggest tip that I can give you is to make sure that you do the whole process – from buying the brush all the way through to downloading from your Etsy account downloads page and installing directly to the Procreate app.

I’ve created a simple How-To graphic below to guide you through the 3 easy steps. If it makes it easier for you, simply take a screenshot of this image on your iPad so that you can read over it again if you need to.

Download procreate brush on the iPad how to download Procreate brushes

How To Download and Install Procreate brushes from my Etsy shop:

  1. Once you have clicked on the Download files link for a brush on Etsy – Click on the three dots at the top right of the Dropbox screen. Click on Export.
  2. Click on Open In…
  3. Scroll right along the top selections to show the apps until you find the Procreate app symbol. This will send the new brush file to Procreate. You will find your new brush in the Imported brush category under the  brush symbol at the top right of the screen.

* You will need to install one brush at a time by repeating this method.

Easy! Once you’ve done it once or twice you won’t have to think through it again.

You’ll know the easy steps to upload your new Procreate brushes.

Procreate Brushes

There are a wide variety of brushes available for Procreate. Whether you’re into digital painting on your iPad, keeping a digital journal, iPad lettering or simply creating fabulous graphic designs for yourself or to show off on social media – there will more than likely be a brush file to help you achieve your design elements.

  • iPad Lettering Brushes
  • Digital Planner brushes
  • Seamless Pattern Brushes
  • Shape Brushes

Check out my growing collection of Procreate brushes in the Etsy store HERE. Including brushes for iPad calligraphy.

I’m adding new brushes every day so I’m sure you’ll find something that will help you with your passion for the fabulous Procreate app.

Below is one of the brush bundles available in my etsy store – Perfect if you’re into digital planning on the iPad (minus the handwritten notes. 😀

You can create your entire planner inside the Procreate app or, alternatively, create the artwork in Procreate then save the images to your iPad camera roll and import them into your digital planner. I personally use the GoodNotes app as my digital planner. I love the flexibility of GoodNotes, it is feature rich! But I do still create a lot of my planner stickers, lettering and art in the Procreate app before bringing them into GoodNotes.

Digital Planner Brushes

Procreate brushes for digital planning and journalling.

Hand Lettering Brushes

Procreate glitter brush for hand lettering on the iPad Pro with Apple Pencil

Shape Brushes

Download Procreate shape brushes

If you have any questions regarding brushes, Procreate or downloading, don’t hesitate to contact me. I’m more than happy to help answer any questions you may have.

Coming next – using your new brushes in Procreate, colouring and saving as png images with no background.

Jen xx

How to download Procreate brushes and install them on your iPad.

Your comments are warmly welcome.

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