This means that you
apply more pressure on your pencil to your downstrokes than your upstrokes. If
this doesn’t work, try the following:
Play a little with
the brush size setting, if the size is bigger then sensitivity to the pressure
will be more obvious.
Play with the size of
your digital canvas and different zooming levels. You can start with a canvas
size of 2048 px x 2048 px, then pinch zoom in and out repeatedly until you see
what difference it makes to the thickness of your brush strokes.
Yes, you can! but
nevertheless there’s a chance you won’t obtain the same results if you don’t
have an iPad that works with Apple Pencil. Apple Pencil makes a huge difference
when it comes to drawing letters due to it being precise, unfortunately it only
works on iPad Pro and newer iPads.
Yes! You can connect
a supported Bluetooth stylus, or any non-Bluetooth iPhone compatible stylus.
Procreate pocket even uses 3D technology to provide you with pressure sensitive
painting without the need for a non-Bluetooth stylus, or even your finger.
Procreate supports a range of active stily.
If you haven’t received an email with our link to download your brush set, first check your emails spam and junk folders, sometimes emails get sent there. If you’ve checked and it is not in either folders, simply contact us and we will resend the email!
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