How to install Brushes

Before opening or importing files on Procreate,

I advise you to check if you have made the last updates of Procreate on your iPad.

It's a good idea to turn iPad OFF/ON again after an update.

If you receive a Procreate file, (.brushset or .brush)

You just have to click on the file from your iPad

and the brush set or your brushes will automatically import to Procreate.

If you receive a ZIP file.
Here is the process to follow :

To open the ZIP file you just downloaded from your iPad,

You need an application to Unzip the document.

You can download one for free from the App store,

I use personally this app

Name : UNZIP - zip file opener

The ZIP file usually contains several files (Procreate files, backgrounds, guide lines)

in different formats, .brushet, .brush, jpeg or png.


Once you have Unzip the file, you can click on the Procreate files and they will be automatically imported into the Procreate application. (.brushset / .brush)


You will find the Brush Sets (.brushset) at the top of the Brush library section and the Brushes (.brush) are at the bottom in the "imported" section


Procreate supports the following iPad models:
  • 12.9-inch iPad Pro (1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation)
  • 11-inch iPad Pro (1st and 2nd generation)
  • 10.5-inch iPad Pro.
  • 9.7-inch iPad Pro.
  • iPad (5th, 6th and 7th generation)
  • iPad Air 2 / iPad Air 3.
  • iPad mini 4 / iPad mini 5.
  • Procreate Version 5.0 and higher (App)


Apple Pencil compatibility :

Apple Pencil compatibility


Let's click on BRUSHESTOCK logo for watch how to install the Unlimited Lettering set ! 

How to install your Brushset on Procreate Application

 Not sure which iPad you have? Identify your iPad model.