How To Find Chalk Brush in Procreate

Navigating Procreate’s Brush Library can sometimes feel like you’re on a treasure hunt, especially when you’re looking for that perfect brush. 

Today, let’s cut through the maze and zero in on finding the chalk brush. Procreate Chalk Brushes are tools that can add a delightful texture to your artwork, reminiscent of a sidewalk masterpiece or a classroom chalkboard.

Where is the Chalk Brush Located in Procreate?

Finding the chalk brush in Procreate is straightforward:

Open Procreate

Start by launching the Procreate app on your iPad. This is where all your creative endeavors take shape.

Procreate app

Access the Brush Library

Tap on the brush icon at the top of the screen. This is your gateway to Procreate’s extensive collection of brushes.

Brush library

Navigate to the Right Category

The chalk brush can usually be found under the “Sketching” category. This section houses brushes that are ideal for sketching and texture work, including various chalk-style brushes.

Sketching category

Select the Chalk Brush

Within the “Sketching” category, look for brushes that have names or descriptions indicating a chalk-like effect. These brushes are designed to mimic the texture of chalk, providing that distinctive look and feel to your digital artwork. If you’re looking to customize your toolkit further, creating your own chalk brush can elevate your artistry to new heights. Discover how to craft your very own with our guide on how to make a chalk brush in Procreate.

Chalk-like brush texture

For artists curious about other drawing tools in Procreate, find out does Procreate have a crayon brush? and explore the capabilities of Procreate’s Copic markers for a diverse artistic range.

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Tanya is a digital artist with a passion for bringing stories to life through her art. Drawing has been a part of her life since childhood, and over the years, she expanded her repertoire to include both traditional mediums and digital platforms. Her toolkit includes a range of software skills, from Procreate and Photoshop to Adobe Indesign, and After Effects.

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