Thanks, Stefan! I'm really glad you like my brushes and find them useful!
Since I do 90% of my work in Procreate and use PhotoShop only for layout and lettering, I don't have any custom brushes for PS yet. But I've heard https://www.brusheezy.com/ is a good resource for free PS brushes. Hope that helps :)
[Showreel #3] Here's a new video to show you some brush demos & sample drawings with my Procreate MEGAPACK. New brushes are in the making. Enjoy :)
To make sure you didn't miss any of my recent free MegaPack updates, I attached thumbnails of the new brushes/sets in their respective folders.
If you already own the MegaPack, you can use the download link in your order email to get the updated version for FREE :)
TIP: For unlimited downloads, simply log into your account to find the updated file(s) under 'My Purchases' (Sellfy) or in the 'Library' (Gumroad). Future updates and new brush sets will always be available from any device.
Jollyrein, Finch- Thanks so much for your kind words, I'm really happy you like my brushes and find them useful!
phd- I'll try to contact Kazart for more info.
[Free MegaPack Update] The new STORYBOOK PENCIL brush is one of my favorite sketching and inking brushes for Procreate. It is sensitive to pressure, tilt, and speed, which gives you great dynamics and a variety of different strokes. Use it as eraser or smudge tool to achieve a consistent look and feel.
• Low opacity: a nice textured pencil for sketching and shading • High opacity: a natural looking rough ink brush for dynamic line art
The STORYBOOK PENCIL brush is included in the latest free MegaPack update (04-28-2017) and can be downloaded via Sellfy or Gumroad. If you already own the MegaPack, you can use the download link in your order email to get the updated version for free.
Hope you enjoy the new brushes! Please feel free to post examples if you have a chance.
Hi! There seems to be a new problem with https connections to the forum. The attached screenshot is from Mac/Chrome (57.0.2987.133 (64-bit)), Firefox displays warnings too. Maybe it's due to the mixed/external content in the forum?
Hi fullsoul! There are two ways to import the swatches:
Method A 1. Download the zip file to your Mac/PC 2. Open the zip file and extract/save the .swatches to Dropbox, iCloud or a similar cloud service. 3. Import the .swatches to Procreate on your iPad.
Method B You can download and extract the zip file directly to your iPad/iPhone using the FileBrowser app (or other free apps like Documents 5 that work in a similar way). You can see the process in this short video:
1. Click on the swatch you want to import 2. Choose "Open in another app..." 3. Click "Copy to Procreate"
Thanks so much for your support, Sodacoaster! Stayf Draws made a nice video tutorial about importing and working with swatches in Procreate: I hope that helps. If you need anything, please let me know.