Procreate Brushes

Because iPad lettering is my favorite hobby, I’m always creating new brushes for the Procreate app. Many of my brushes are available for free on the Procreate forum, but I also sell premium brushes on Creatiev Market and my Etsy store. Here are a few of the brushes I’ve made. I love to see other people’s lettering, so if you use my brushes, tag @AlexisGentry on Instagram or Twitter so I can check out your cool work.

Shady Lady free Procreate brush

Shady Lady is my most popular Procreate lettering brush. It was originally released for free on the Procreate forum, but now you can also download it from DropBox or direct download here. I’ve also updated the Shady Lady brush with some additional improvements to the shape and pressure sensitivity, which you can get on Etsy.

Smoke Screen Procreate brush

Smoke Screen is a lettering brush for the Procreate app. It features a unique brush shape that adds a smoky, almost 3D look to your letters. This brush is pressure sensitive and works best on iPad Pro with Apple Pencil. You can download Smoke Screen on Creative Market and Etsy. View an example of the […]

Caffeine Bean Procreate brush

Caffeine Bean is a brush I’ve been working on for a while, but haven’t released because I couldn’t think of a name for it. I took suggestions for names on Instagram and I got a great one from Abbie, who said the shape reminded her of a coffee bean. It’s got a slightly messy texture […]

Dotty Shade Procreate Brush

Dotty Shade is a lettering brush I created for Procreate. It features a built-in shadow feature, this time textured like little dots. It’s pressure sensitive and works best with iPad Pro and Apple Pencil. You can purchase Dotty Shade on my Etsy here.

Vapor Procreate Brush

Vapor is a unique iPad lettering brush for the Procreate app. It features a custom brush shape and grain that are not available in the Pro Library. This brush is pressure sensitive, so it works best with iPad Pro and Apple Pencil. You can purchase Vapor on Etsy here.

Ice Ice Baby Procreate brush

Ice Ice Baby is a unique lettering brush for Procreate. It includes a custom grain to give it an icy texture. This brush is pressure sensitive and works best with iPad Pro and Apple Pencil. Download it from Creative Market or Etsy. Here are a few examples of the Ice Ice Baby brush.

Sign and Chisel free Procreate brushes

Sign and Chisel are two free brushes for iPad lettering on the Procreate app. One has the blocky tip like a sign marker and the other is more like a chisel tip marker. Neither is pressure sensitive, so they also work well on older iPads that can’t use Apple Pencil.

Yarn Procreate brush

Yarn is a unique brush for the Procreate iOS app. The texture looks like fuzzy yarn and is great for hand lettering. It contains a custom brush shape and grain. This brush is pressure sensitive and works best on iPad Pro with Apple Pencil or another pressure-sensitive stylus. You can download it from Creative Market […]

Rorschach free Procreate brush

Rorschach is the first Procreate lettering brush I made when I started creating my own brushes. The texture kind of reminded me of an ink blot test, so I named it Rorschach. It’s pressure sensitive and works best on iPad Pro with Apple Pencil. You can download it from DropBox or direct download here.

Copy Cat free Procreate Brush

Copy Cat is a lettering brush for Procreate that includes a built-in shadow and a grainy texture. It was originally released on the Procreate forum, but now you can download it from DropBox or direct download here. It’s pressure sensitive and works best with iPad Pro and Apple Pencil.

Gone Streaking free Procreate brush

Gone Streaking is a lettering brush for Procreate that features a streaky texture. It includes a unique brush shape that can’t be found in the Pro Library. You can download it from DropBox or direct download here.

Basic free Procreate brush

My Basic Brush Pen is a modified version of the stock Basic Brush Pen that comes with the Procreate app. I’ve adjusted a few of the settings to increase the 3D look of my letters when I use the brush. I also upped the streamline, since everything looks better with a little streamlining.