Get ready to make your Procreate art look rich, dynamic, and just plain awesome in a snap! My Texturrific Shaders are 30 pressure sensitive, texture-rich brushes that build up in density as you apply more pressure with the Apple Pencil. They are great for adding texture and dimension to flat illustrations. All brushes are 100% seamless and packed with tons of randomness for endless possibilities. Textures are high resolution, meaning their maximum brush size can quickly fill a large area of canvas. They feel so natural and satisfying to use, you will love the process just as much as your amazing final pieces of art. Excellent for illustration, lettering and more!
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Sparse speckle brush with a roundish grain and a crystalized flair.
Sparse speckle brush that’s a little rough around the edges.
Dense speckle brush that build up quickly.
Bumpy and grungy with a uniform, fabric texture.
High contrast dappled look, sampled from a block printing brayer.
Soft but dense grain, great for adding subtle texture.
Small detail grain with a grungy undertone.
Grungy texture with light scuff marks.
Sprinkles in the form of a texture brush! Densely packed dots in varying shades.
Quickly add a random pattern of tiny seeds to your food artwork.
A fine-tooth paper texture. Makes a great base texture, and smooth shading tool.
Rough-textured paper like that of watercolor paper.
Splotchy dense texture sampled from pavement paper.
Blotchy, grungy texture, great for adding natural color variances.
An icy-looking crystal texture.
One of my favorites! Grungy fabric texture with subtle stripes.
Wooly, furry, fleecy, cloudy, dreamy texture.
Directional grain shader filled with celestial storminess.
Scratched to the max! Scruffy lines in every which way.
Angular texture with lots of spangle.
Light and airy large woven texture
Mega dense and mega gritty version of the Crossweave brush.
Fine grain with a corrugated look.
A directional grain brush of cardboard folds.
Layers of netting fabric with a slight grunge.
Directional grain: endless stitches without all the carpal tunnel.
Curled up random fibers.
Noisy green grass texture.
Another favorite! Directional grungy-strip grain with loads of potential.
Seamlessly repeating lined up wooden boards.