Shaped like a paintbrush, the Brush button sits in the top right menu bar of the Procreate interface. Tap it once to activate the Brush tool, and tap it again to bring up the Brush Library. You can also bring up the Brush Library by tapping the Smudge or Erase tools.
Can you make brush folders in Procreate?
One of the best ways to start organizing is to make sure all the brushes you’ve purchased are categorized into their own unique folders based on style. In Procreate you can add a new brush folder as many times as you want, and today I’m going to show you how to do it! Let’s dive in.
How do I import brushes into Procreate?
To move brushes, tap and hold your finger still on a brush in the Brushes menu for a few moments. You’ll see the brush shift slightly under your finger, and then then you’ll be able to drag it around within the brush set, or move it to another set.
Do you have to buy brushes on Procreate?
Procreate is actually simpler, more direct, and as limited as YOU choose. Pick a brush, pick a color, and paint. No extra purchases for a tool or brush only to discover after the fact that it is so crippled it couldn’t even qualify for the Special Olympics of features.