18. Rad & Happy
Rad & Happy founder, Tara, often gets asked what brushes she uses for her designs, the answer? These. And she’s made them downloadable, completely free of charge!
Studio FabianFischer's Brush Brushpack contains these four feline-named textured hand lettering Procreate brushes. The brushes are all pressure-sensitive, to give you a realistic edge.
20. Thin Ink
Price: $3 (AUS)
Sasha Hickson, aka Peachface’s ‘Thin Ink’, is a popular brush for making quirky and modern designs. Easily replicate delicate thick and thin strokes and quickly add those feminine flourishes to your designs.
Designer at Hewitt Avenue, Sarah, makes all the brushes she uses for her own designs available to download. Her Monoline brush is a versatile addition to your brush collection and is perfect for the newbie letterer.
Forget the dusty hands, Guerilla Craft’s brush set lets you create your chalked masterpieces on the comfort of your own clean, digital iPad. With wet chalk, smudge chalk, round chalk, flat chalk, gritty chalk and more, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better selection.
23. Dry Marker
Everyone loves the effortless scribe of a dry marker and Bec Ralec’s (aka Pixelcolours) collection of add on brushes gives you 15 different marker pens to choose from. Ralec has also kindly included an original calligraphy brush for all your graphic needs.
24. Fat Ink
Thin ink is great and all, but what about when you need that fat, bold brush to really make your lettering stand out? Sarahtypes has you covered with her super smooth brush, giving you an extreme contrast between thick and thin strokes.
Go full-on retro with Lisa Bardot’s premium brush kit of 12 Procreate brushes, designed to help you master that quirky '60s graphic, texture-rich commercial design style with ease.
Price: Pay what you want
This fantastic brush pack from MattyB is perfect for the budding or professional illustrator. Lines, dots, scribbles, marks, you name it – it’s in the pack!
Ryan Hamrick’s selection of 14 custom Procreate lettering brushes enables you to produce high-end, professional lettering work on your iPad. This is a beautiful selection of his own favourite brushes – there’s little you can’t do with this pack.
28. Nikko’s Brushes
Well respected Procreate digital artist, Nikolai Lockertsen, has made his own five favourite custom brushes available to download. Just check out his site to see what he has achieved with this small set of tools, it’s nothing short of phenomenal.
This pack was created by Boston-based calligraphy artist, Jake Rainis. The artist says he’s downloaded almost every set on the market to see what works and what doesn’t in order to produce this, his own extensive brush set.
This pressure sensitive brush mimics the look of an eighteenth century quill, making it perfect for calligraphy, but also great for black and grey line drawings.
Price: Free (donations appreciated)
The Inky Hand’s Whiskers brush is a fantastic little brush, which is perfect for creating a unique hand-drawn, scratchy effect. It's great for rough sketches and adding a touch of originality to your images.
32. Sketch and Ink
A fantastic little package of inky brushes to use while sketching. DizzyTara’s nine brushes include a variety of shaped ink pens and a board marking brush.
This very comprehensive set of 45 watercolour brushes from graphic designer PicByKate enables you to master the watercolour effect in digital format. Newly updated for Procreate 4, the custom-made brushes include washes, textures, edges, effects, stains and more.