Below is a tutorial on how to import Procreate brushes using the just the iPad and also using a Macbook/iMac (Airdrop.)
In this tutorial I will show you how you can take your hand lettering and combine it with a water splash! I will also show how you can apply your new artwork to photographs!
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In this tutorial I will show you how I created the block lettering in the image above. This was such a fun lettering project and quite simple too! If you are interested in the pattern brushes used you can find them here. These are brushes for the Procreate app only however, you can clip any image, pattern or texture to your lettering! If you are interested in the marble textures they can be found here. At the bottom you will see how I turned this lettering into a postcard and actually printed it!
Mockup in Adobe Photoshop. Mockup used http://decruzdesign.com/free-holidays-postcard-template/
Final print on my home printer using glossy photo paper. (4x6)
I am finally starting a series of tutorials to show how you could use the brushes I create. I am hoping to get through pretty much all of my brushes so you can see how to use them! I will be doing tutorials for free brushes as well as paid brushes! Enjoy!
Hi again! I can't seem to stop using this brush and I'm finding so many cool things to do with it! In this tutorial I will show how I create the artwork below.
I was asked how I created the poster above in Procreate so I have put together a quick tutorial on how to do this! I hope you enjoy it! Please feel free to add any questions and/or comments below.
I thought maybe some of you may not know how to install the brushes. Below you will find some instructions on how to install after your purchase from my site.
Instructions for Installing Procreate Brushes:
1. After completing your order you can click the link on the order confirmation page.
2. You will be taken to the download page where you have the option of opening the brush in Procreate right away.
3. You have the "MORE" option below "Open in Procreate" and this will give you a variety of places to save your brush, Dropbox, iCloud drive, etc.
4. There should be an "imported" set in your brushes panel and this is where you should find your new brush.
If you have any issues please let me know. I hope this helps!
Graphic designer, hand letterer, crocheter, knitter and huge craft enthusiast.