Procreate Shape Brushes
Dive into the world of distinct digital art with our Procreate Shape Brushes collection! This selection features an array of unique shape brushes, perfect for adding intricate details and dynamic forms to your artwork. From geometric patterns to organic shapes, our brushes offer you the precision and versatility needed to bring depth and character to your creations.
How to copy and paste shape in Procreate?
Copying and pasting shapes in Procreate is a straightforward process. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it:
- Select the Shape: First, use the Selection Tool to select the shape you want to copy. You can find the Selection Tool in the top menu, represented by an “S” icon. Once you tap on it, choose the type of selection you prefer (freehand, automatic, rectangle, ellipse).
- Copy the Shape: After selecting the shape, copy it to the clipboard. You can do this by tapping on the wrench icon in the top left corner to open the Actions menu, then go to the Add tab, and choose “Copy.”
- Paste the Shape: To paste the copied shape, go back to the Actions menu (wrench icon), tap on the Add tab, and select “Paste.” The copied shape will appear on your canvas.
- Move or Transform the Pasted Shape: You can now move or transform the pasted shape as needed. Use the Transform Tool (the arrow icon in the top menu) to resize, rotate, or move the shape to your desired position on the canvas.
- Deselect: Once you’re satisfied with the placement and transformation of your shape, tap on the Selection Tool (S icon) again or tap on the canvas outside the shape to deselect it.
Remember that each pasted shape will be placed on a new layer, so you can easily manage and edit it independently from other elements in your artwork.
How to import shape brush in procreate?
Importing a shape brush into Procreate involves a few simple steps. Here’s how you can do it:
- Download the Brush File: First, ensure that the shape brush file (.brush or .brushset format) is downloaded to your iPad. You might have received the file via email, a website download, or from a cloud storage service.
- Open Procreate: Launch the Procreate app on your iPad.
- Access the Brush Library: In Procreate, tap on the brush icon to open the Brush Library.
- Import the Brush:If the file is a .brushset (a collection of brushes), tap the “+” icon in the top right of the Brush Library, then choose “Import” from the dropdown. Navigate to the location of your .brushset file and select it to import the entire set.If the file is a single .brush file, first create a new brush category by tapping the “+” at the top of the Brush Library or choose an existing category where you want to import the brush. Once in the category, tap the “+” at the top-right corner and choose “Import” to find and select your .brush file.
- Locate the Imported Brush: After importing, the new shape brush will appear in the selected category in the Brush Library. You can tap on it to select and start using it in your artwork.
- Adjust Settings if Needed: You can adjust the settings of the brush by tapping on it in the Brush Library and modifying its properties to suit your needs.
How do you make perfect geometric shapes in Procreate?
Creating perfect geometric shapes in Procreate can be achieved with ease using the built-in tools and features of the app. Here’s a guide on how to do it:
- Use the Shape Tool:Select the Drawing Tool (like a brush or pencil) of your choice.Draw the rough shape you want (circle, square, triangle, etc.).After drawing the shape, hold down your stylus or finger on the screen without lifting it. Procreate will automatically adjust your drawing into a perfect geometric shape. For example, a rough circle will turn into a perfect circle.
- Use the QuickShape Feature:This is an extension of the first step. After Procreate has adjusted your shape, keep holding your stylus or finger on the screen and then tap with another finger. This will enable the QuickShape feature, allowing you further control to adjust the shape’s dimensions and angles.
- Edit with the Transform Tool:Once your shape is created, you can use the Transform Tool (the arrow icon) to scale, rotate, or move the shape.
- Create Perfect Circles:To create a perfect circle, draw a circle, then hold down your stylus or finger until it snaps into a smooth shape. Then, place another finger on the canvas to make it a perfect circle.
- Create Perfect Squares:The same method works for squares. Draw a rough square or rectangle, hold down, and then place another finger on the canvas to make it a perfect square.
- Use Assisted Drawing with Drawing Guide:If you need more precision or want to create complex geometric patterns, you can use the Drawing Guide feature.Activate the Drawing Guide by tapping on the wrench icon, then select Canvas > Drawing Guide. Turn it on and tap ‘Edit Drawing Guide’ for more options like symmetry, 2D Grid, Isometric, and more. This feature can help in creating precise and uniform geometric shapes.
- Use Stencils or Brushes:Procreate also offers stencil-like brushes that can be used to create perfect shapes. You can find these in the brush library or download additional geometric shape brushes.
How do you draw 3d shapes in Procreate?
Drawing 3D shapes in Procreate involves understanding perspective and shading. Here’s a basic guide on how to create the illusion of three-dimensionality:
- Set Up Your Canvas:Open Procreate and choose your canvas size.
- Sketch the Basic Shape:Start by sketching the basic outline of your 3D shape. For example, if you’re drawing a cube, start with a square. Use a light pencil brush for this initial sketch.
- Add Perspective:To turn the 2D shape into a 3D object, you need to add perspective. For a cube, draw lines from each corner of the square. These lines should converge as if they’re going towards a vanishing point on the horizon.Then, connect these lines to form the other faces of the cube.
- Refine the Shape:Once the basic 3D form is in place, refine your lines. You can use the eraser to clean up any unnecessary lines from the initial sketch.
- Add Shading:Shading is crucial for giving the shape a 3D appearance. Determine where your light source is coming from.The side of the shape facing the light will be the brightest, while the opposite side will be the darkest.Use a soft brush to gradually build up the shading. Remember to blend the edges for a more realistic look.
- Highlight and Details:Add highlights on the edges closest to the light source.You can also add details like texture or patterns depending on what the 3D object is supposed to be.
- Use Layers for Organization:Utilize different layers for sketching, outlining, shading, and detailing. This keeps your work organized and allows for easier adjustments.
- Experiment with Brushes:Experiment with different brushes for various textures and effects. Procreate offers a wide range of brushes to choose from.
- Practice with Different Shapes:Practice drawing different 3D shapes like spheres, cylinders, cones, etc. Each shape has its own nuances in terms of perspective and shading.
If you’re new to drawing 3D shapes, using reference images can be incredibly helpful. Observe how light and shadow work on different shapes in the real world.