How to Unzip & Install Custom Procreate Brushes (iPad only)

This video shows the best method I have found for unzipping and installing custom Procreate brushes on your iPad without the need for a desktop computer. It is up-to-date, using the latest version of Procreate.

We will also be using a 3rd party app called ‘Documents‘ by Readle.

Towards the end of the video, we’ll look at the difference between importing a Brush Set file (.brushset) and an individual Brush file (.brush), which require different methods.

2 replies on “How to Unzip & Install Custom Procreate Brushes (iPad only)

  • Kathy

    Thanks so much for this Nicole. I’m new to this and importing brushes was driving me nuts. What a pleasure when you know how to do it correctly! Finding that Document app was really helpful. Thanks again…now on to the fun stuff:)


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