Below is a collection of free Procreate brushes that have been created to be used within the Procreate App using the Apple Pencil and iPad Pro. Since the launch of the larger 12.9inch iPad Pro and the pressure sensitive Apple Pencil more artists and designers are jumping on the Procreate bandwagon.
Within this article, you will find over 230 free procreate brushes from 7 individual designers. If you have seen any free brushes that would be a perfect addition to this article, be sure to leave a comment.
MiksKS – 12 Procreate Brushes Exclusive to Inspiration Hut
I am super happy to share with you this exclusive collection of 12 free Procreate brushes created by MiksKS. She creates various digital resources such as; brushes, textures, clip art, and fonts. The free Procreate brushes included in this download are from multiple packs that MiksKS has to offer on her Creative Market store, giving you a versatile selection so you can see what you like best!
Petra Burger – Procreate Brushes Vol. 01
Matthew Baldwin – FLORA: Vegetation Brushes
Matthew Baldwin – Splash Vol. 1
“I’ve assembled 48 wet media brushes for Procreate. So splashy you’ll have to have a towel handy! If you want to push the feel of wet and watercolor effects beyond the default Procreate brush set, these are for you.”
Matthew Baldwin – Hatch Brushes
“Fine-tuned for use with styluses, there’s enough lines, dots, scribbles and marks to liven up any drawing. 35 brushes included in the brush pack zip file.”
Fabian Fischer – Brush Pack No. 1
“This freebie is a pack of 4 unique Procreate brushes from Fabian. These were created with the tip of a LYRA DualBrush and three customized tips then edited to be fully functional Procreate brushes. The brushes are pressure sensitive which gives you realistic textured strokes.”
Georg – Comic Ink Brush Set
“Here’s my first custom-made Procreate ink brush set with more than 16 brushes for inking and special effects. It’s dedicated to the great Will Elder, an American illustrator and comic book artist who worked in numerous areas of commercial art but is best known for a zany cartoon style that helped launch Harvey Kurtzman’s MAD comic book in 1952.”
Looking for premium alternatives?
Free resources are fantastic and can certainly get you results, however, premium resources are a whole different kettle of fish.
Ever since picking up the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil my favorite style of lettering has to be chalk, because of how creative you can be with the effect chalk gives you. This pack has been made using actual chalk textures to give the most realistic looking set of brushes that you’ll find for Procreate. You also get a tips and tricks guide sheet to show you how to do things like shadows, shading and drawing elements like banners and floral elements.
This kit includes a variety of brushes to get you started plus worksheets to practice basic brush script. Also includes a little bonus of a Procreate texture document, so you can impress your friends with gold writing or some fine gradient lettering.