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How to Make Your Own Brushes in Procreate

Making brushes in Procreate is super easy. It just takes some time to tweak and get everything just perfect. In this video, I’m going to be showing you how to make your own brushes in Procreate and walk you through several of the brush settings so you can start.

Making brushes in Procreate is super easy. It just takes some time to tweak and get everything just perfect. In this video, I'm going to be showing you how to make your own brushes in Procreate and walk you through several of the brush settings so you can start. Making brushes in Procreate is super easy. It just takes some time to tweak and get everything just perfect. In this video, I'm going to be showing you how to make your own brushes in Procreate and walk you through several of the brush settings so you can start.

Making Your Own Brushes in Procreate

  • Select a Shape Source
  • Select a Grain Source
  • Start by testing the brush at defaults
  • Tweak each section of the brush settings until you’re happy!
  • To share, left swipe on the brush and click the share button.

For the rest of the steps, watch the video tutorial below!

How to Make Your Own Brushes in Procreate

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Holly McCaig

About Holly McCaig

Holly McCaig is a 20 year veteran of the design world. With her mark being made in scrapbooking and photography, Holly now educates eager artists how to do lettering in procreate on the iPad Pro. She resides in Denver, Colorado with her two dogs, Lola and Daisy. Visit Holly: Instagram | Pinterest | Facebook | Shoppe

Holly McCaig is a 20 year veteran of the design world. With her mark being made in scrapbooking and photography, Holly now educates eager artists how to do lettering in procreate on the iPad Pro. She resides in Denver, Colorado with her two dogs, Lola and Daisy.

Visit Holly: Instagram | Pinterest | Facebook | Shoppe

2 Comments

  1. Laura on October 19, 2018 at 2:06 am

    Hi Holly, thanks for all your videos it’s really interesting.
    I’m starting with proreate and wondering how can we get nice starting letters (like not pointy as we can see on the video) ?

    Thank you !

    • Holly McCaig on October 19, 2018 at 8:33 am

      I’m not sure what you mean by “nice starting letters” – like every brush is different and depending on your desired outcome every one can be nice as a personal preference? ha! 🙂 But if you want to adjust your start and stopping pressure if your brush you would do it where it says “stroke taper” and your start and stop is there. But you can also adjust the pressure you place on your brush which is under the “pencil” tab. How you start and start a brush may not be the same for everyone depending on the pressure they place which is different for everyone. You should also look at our adjusting pressure curve post as that effects how brushes are used based on that person’s individual settings. Brushes are a lot of work for sure to create.

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