Can you group palettes in procreate?
Open the color picker, tap the arrow (or swipe left) on the currently visible color palette. Add additional swatch palettes by tapping the + at the top right. … I have a ton of paletts that I use, so swiping through them can get anoying, especially having large groups of palletes seperating other palettes.
How do I export Coolors palette to Procreate?
When you’ve filled the palette as much as you want to, you can export it by going into the Palettes tab and swiping to the left on your palette to reveal the Share/Delete menu. It’s also possible to export one or multiple palettes to Files app (say, to the Dropbox folder in Files) using drag and drop.
How do you create a custom palette in Procreate?
Open the Color Panel and tap the Palettes tab to reveal your Palettes. Tap on the + symbol in the top right hand corner of Palettes and select New from Photos. Upon tapping you will navigate to the Photos app. Tap a photo and Procreate will create a customized palette from the colors captured within that photo.
Can you make folders on procreate?
Just pick up a painting (hold) and move it to hover over another. When you drop it, it’ll create a new group. From there you can add more, rename, etc., just like a folder.
Can you rename stacks in procreate?
Rename a Stack
All Stacks are named Stack by default. Rename a Stack the same way you rename an artwork: tap the title to show the keyboard and rename.
How do you move a folder in procreate?
Tap on the canvas and hold until it lifts up…. drag it to the top of the folder which will move it out to the gallery by itself. Now move it wherever you want.
Why cant I drag and drop a color on Procreate?
The most likely explanation is that the ColorDrop Threshold was set too high on both devices. To fix this: When you drag a colour into a closed area on your layer, maintain screen contact as you let the colour flood in, then keep holding afterwards – still without breaking contact.
Does procreate use Pantone colors?
Procreate only supports RGB and CMYK. Pantone colors are “spot colors”.