A set of 21 custom brushes I made for Procreate in order to mimic my painting workflow from Photoshop. This is my main working set of brushes for painting in Procreate (complemented with a couple from Ben Lew's great Brush Box Two set!)
NOTE: I've designed these brushes for working on the iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil (or comparable pressure-sensitive stylus). They haven't been tested for non-pressure-sensitive work, or for working on a smaller iPhone screen.
MM Marker - my go-to for blocking in strong, crisp shapes with rough energy.
MM Marker Grit - a variant marker with a grit texture.
MM Marker II - another marker variant.
MM Lines - my default, basic brush for thin lines & details
MM Flat - often used for painting terrain details in perspective.
MM Vert - great for structures and quick thumbnails (inspired by Jama Jurabaev's workflow.)
MM Square - my default chalk-like brush for blocking and erasing.
MM Square Grit - a variant chalk brush with added grit.
MM Soft - a custom airbrush that puts down much softer, slower paint.
MM Bristly - for a gouache-like effect and more textured paint coverage.
MM Fan - spaced out vertical bars with grit, I often use this for foliage.
MM Smudger - my default brush for soft blending with the Smudge tool.
MM Smudge Rake - a hard rake-like shape for quickly pushing paint around with the Smudge tool (inspired by Jama Jurabaev's workflow.)
MM Smudge Hard - a hard geometric shape for pushing paint around.
MM Speckle - great utility brush for a variety of speckle effects / highlights.
MM Grit - a gritty scatter-brush for applying texture or rough smudging.
MM Scatter - a very "noisy" brush for applying chaotic shapes, or roughing-up edges with the Smudge tool.
MM Cloudy - for laying down interesting areas of fog / clouds / smoke / mist.
MM Diag - applies abstract geometric shapes in a diagonal pattern. Can also create interesting results when used with the Smudge tool.
MM Geo - applies a scattering of abstract rectangular geometric shapes.
MM Birbs - put some low-poly, abstract birds on it!