*** Updated Nov 2021 *** This video shows how to unzip and install custom Procreate brushes on your iPad without the need for a desktop computer or any 3rd party apps.
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).
If the importing screen is hanging and your brushes don’t load, see the video at 2:11 for the solution.
6 replies on “How to Unzip & Install Custom Procreate Brushes (iPad only, 2021)“
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:)
So glad to hear that Kathy. Yes exactly, once you know how, it’s a lot easier.
Very helpful. Thank you.
So glad you had a tutorial. I always use Firefox so when I tried to open the link it wouldn’t open and didn’t give me the option to open in my iCloud files. I had to copy the link and redownload and open via Safari and then it worked. Thank so much!
Ah! That is good for me to know Braylyn, thank you. I always use Safari, but if someone else gets stuck, this could be a potential troubleshoot. Glad you found a work around. Thanks!