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FAQs

 

How do I install Procreate brushes?

  1. Transfer the file(s) ending in .brushset from your computer to your Dropbox folder. You might want to put all of your Procreate brushes in a specific Dropbox subfolder. Quick Tip: If you have a Mac (macOS 10.11 or higher), you can AirDrop the brush set directly from your Computer to your iPad. This transfers and installs the brush set all in one step!


  2. On your iPad, open the Dropbox app, then navigate to the folder where your brush set is located. Tap on the brush set file, then click the small [...] icon and click Export. Click Open In... and tap Copy to Procreate.


  3. Now, when you open Procreate, you'll see your new brush set at the top of your brush library.

How do I install an individual Procreate brush?

  1. Transfer the file ending in .brush to your Dropbox folder. You might want to put all of your Procreate brushes in a specific Dropbox subfolder. Quick Tip: If you have a Mac (macOS 10.11 or higher), you can AirDrop the brush directly from your Computer to your iPad. This transfers and installs the brush all in one step!


  2. On your iPad, open the Dropbox app, then navigate to the folder where your brush is located. Tap on the brush file, then click the small [...] icon and click Export. Click Open In... and tap Copy to Procreate.


  3. Now, when you open Procreate, you'll see your new brush(es) in a set called "Imported" at the bottom of your brush library.

What is a .brushset file? Why are there no .brush files?

The brand new .brushset format allows you to install a set of brushes all at once. You'll need Procreate version 4.1 or higher to install .brushset files. If you’re not given the option to Copy to Procreate when installing brushes, you probably need to update your Procreate app.

Brush sets are much more convenient than individually importing every single brush so I use the .brushset format in my store. However, I occasionally release free individual brushes which are .brush files.

How do I unzip brushes on my iPad?

  1. On your iPad, download the free app “Unzip” from the Apple App Store.


  2. Once the app finishes installing, download the zip file.


  3. Select the option “Open in Unzip” (because your iPad will ask how you want to open the zip file right after you download it).


  4. It will take you to the Unzip app. Select the zip file. It will create a folder with the same name, basically unzipping it for you.


  5. Select the new folder which will open it.


  6. Click on the ‘i’ button with the circle around it on the right-hand side next to the file name.


  7. A menu will pop up. Click “Send”.


  8. Select “Open in Procreate”.


  9. It will then switch your screen to Procreate. Procreate will say “Importing”. Once you see the checkmark it’s completed, and the brush set will appear at the top of your brush library.

Do Procreate brushes work on a computer?

No. Procreate brushes cannot be used on a computer.

Do Procreate brushes work with Photoshop?

No. Procreate brushes only work within Procreate. There is no known way to convert them to ABR or TPL formats.

My download link has expired. How do I redownload my purchase?

Squarespace—the platform I use—automatically sets an expiration date on digital products. Send me a message on my contact page and let me know, and I’ll quickly send you a renewed download link!

Do you offer refunds?

Due to the digital nature of the product, I don’t offer refunds.