33 Texture Brushes for Procreate - Add visual interest to your digital illustrations
Add grainy textures to your digital illustrations in minutes with these rustic texture brushes for Procreate
Easy to use texture Procreate brushes, perfect for sketching, inking and adding powerful shadows and textures
Easily create dirty shading, gradients and textures with these amazing texture brushes for Procreate
Make your digital illustrations more interesting with these Texture Brushes for Procreate
Improve your digital art y adding interesting textures with this Procreate Texture Brush Set
Easily add interest to your digital art with these brilliant textured brushes for Procreate
Give your art a rustic feel with his set of 33 texture brushes for Procreate
No need to know any difficult techniques, these Procreate Texture Brushes are easy to use

This set of 33 brushes is perfect for sketching, inking, and adding powerful shadows and textures to your art!

This Textured Brush Set for Procreate is easy and fun to use, and allows you to finish illustrations giving them a really unique style.

These Brushes were made to help you add personality, depth, and charisma to your illustrations and lettering art!

Quick Side Note

All the Flowers in this presentation were made using our Flower Stamp Brush Set with 70 amazing ready to use flowers and these Textured Brushes 🌻

You can check it out here. 👈

You'll need to have Procreate Version 4.1 or Higher to Instal .Brushset Files.

How to install a Procreate Brush Set?

  • First, you'll need to UNZIP the contents, you’ll need a desktop computer to do this.
  • Transfer files:

Mac users (macOS 10.11 or higher): Use Airdrop to transfer the .brushset to your iPad.

Windows users: Use a file sharing service (like Dropbox) to transfer the .brushset file.

Open the Files app on your iPad, navigate to where you’ve saved the file.

Tap on the .brushset file then click the small [...] icon and click Export. Click Open In... and tap Copy to Procreate.

  • Open Procreate. The brushes will automatically be imported into Procreate on their own in the relevant labeled brush sets.
  • Repeat the process for each brush set file.

How to install a Brush set on Procreate Pocket?

  • Save the Brush Set on a cloud service, such as iCloud Drive or Dropbox.
  • Open Files app on your iPhone and navigate to the Brush Set.
  • Tap the .brushset file to open it in Procreate Pocket. The brushes will now appear in your Procreate brush library.
  • Repeat the process for each brush set file.

Stay Safe and happy creating!