Introducing Magic Paper for Procreate! Created from dozens of handmade and hand-painted real-life textures, Magic Paper just might change the way you use Procreate.
Magic Paper is that “something special” that has been missing from digital art. Open a Magic Paper file, and anything you draw will look and feel magical. More specifically, Magic Paper is 25 textured canvases and 10 specially developed brushes that will allow you to create beautiful and unique works of art with photo-realistic textures. Get the look of real-life physical media, digitally, right in Procreate. Create realistic watercolor style paintings in Procreate, artwork with realistic paper textures, dynamic washes, and so much more.
I created Magic Paper specifically to make digital art-making a more joyful experience. Seriously, the feeling you get when using even making simple marks is incredible.
The best part is that it’s SO easy. Open a file and start making digital art like you always have, utilize layers, masks, and all your favorite digital tools and techniques. And better yet, you can use Magic Paper with ANY BRUSH in your collection! Play and experiment to find your favorite brush and paper combo. Or use the included Magic Brushes, developed to create a painterly look and harness the textural and multi-faceted power of Magic Paper. You will marvel at the many different effects you can achieve!
Magic Paper comes in 2 formats
Standard Size: 2000×2500 pixels. A great size that allows you to conserve file space and work with a larger number of layers.
High-Resolution: Each paper also comes in 4000×5000 pixel size for when your project requires that extra large resolution.
DISCLAIMER: Magic Paper uses up to 5 layers toward your total max layer count.
BROWSE THE MAGIC PAPER TEXTURES
tap name for description & brush preview
Brush strokes below are drawn on “Sediment” Magic Paper.
A soft-edged nearly-transparent brush that is great for filling in large areas with color.
A medium soft edged brush that is semi-opaque. This brush has great thick-to-thin strokes that are sensitive to the pressure of your Apple Pencil. Good for shading and detail work.
A nearly-opaque, hard-edged brush that is well suited for details and bold strokes.
A thin, semi-dry, nearly-opaque brush that is perfect for very fine details.
A semi-transparent dry brush that is great for adding hair-like texture.
A semi-dry brush with visible brush strokes. For when you want a solid stroke with a small amount of brush texture.
A super-wet brush that effortlessly blends colors. Great for laying down color. Use less pressure for a more “diluted” wash.
Its name says it all. Use this over previously-drawn strokes to blend or dilute colors.
This brush will lighten and brighten color that is already on the canvas. To use, turn on Alpha Lock on the desired layer. Use the eyedropper to sample the color you want to lighten. (The brush will lighten to whatever color you have selected in the Color Picker.) Paint over the area with the brush.
This brush will adjust the hue of what is already on the canvas. To use, turn on Alpha Lock on the desired layer. Use the Color Picker to select the color you’d like to change your artwork to. Paint over the area with the brush. This will not affect value (lightness or darkness), only hue (color).