‎App Store: Procreate Pocket

‎App Store: Procreate Pocket Без рубрики

Facepaint

FacePaint is only available on iPhones that have an A12 chip or higher, or a TrueDepth camera.

FacePaint is available on these iPhones:

  • iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, iPhone 13 Mini
  • iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone 12 Mini
  • iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max
  • iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max
  • iPhone XR

General

How do I backup my artworks? 

To keep your data safe, create a full backup of your iPad or iPhone using your computer or iCloud. For details on how to do this, check out this Apple article. Restoring from a backup should restore all your Procreate and Procreate Pocket data, including brushes, Brush Sets, palettes, etc.

It’s also a good idea to individually back up important artworks. When you export artworks as .procreate files, this format will preserve all your layers and other data.

To easily export multiple artworks at once use the Select option in the Gallery, or Drag and Drop artworks from your Gallery to the iOS Files app. Avoid saving to the Procreate or Pocket folder in On My iPad (On My iPhone), as this will be deleted if you remove Procreate or Procreate Pocket.

How do I make a Time-lapse video of my artwork? 

By default, Procreate and Procreate Pocket record every undoable action (anything that creates an Undo step — each painting stroke, a Transform action, layer adjustments) as a frame of video. To export this video, tap Export Time-lapse Video in the Video tab of the Actions menu. You’ll have the choice of exporting the Full Length recording or a 30 Second version. To replay the video right on your canvas, select Time-lapse Replay from the Video tab in the Actions menu. You can control the playback by sliding left or right on the canvas.
Once you’ve exported your video, you can import it into your favorite video editor and slow it down, add music or anything else you like.

You can change your Time-lapse video quality when creating a new custom canvas. To do this, tap the plus int he top right of your Gallery > the icon next to New Canvas > Time-lapse settings. Procreate will then remember this setting for every canvas created in the future, until it is changed again. This will only affect any newly created canvases. Time-lapses already recorded won’t be affected by this change.

How does DPI work? 

When you make a new canvas in Procreate, you can set your dimensions in pixels or in a physical measurement (inches, centimeters, or millimeters). Either way, your canvas will always have a DPI. DPI (dots per inch) measures how many pixels occur in each inch of your artwork when you print it. If you create a canvas using a physical measurement, then the DPI controls how large the canvas will be in pixels. If you create a canvas using pixels, then the DPI controls how large it will print.

A higher DPI means more pixels per inch which also means a better quality print. 300dpi is a standard rule of thumb for a print about the size of a magazine page. The smaller the artwork, the greater the pixel density required to produce a high quality print.

The larger your intended print, the less DPI you can have, as it is likely a large work will be viewed from further away and will therefore not need as much fine detail as something to be viewed at arm’s length. A canvas of 2 meters by 1 meter (200cm x 100cm) could produce a great print at 100dpi. Billboards often have a DPI as low as 12 or 15.

Will you feature my art on your Facebook or Twitter? Please? 

We’re constantly looking for great art made in Procreate to share with the world. The key to getting noticed is to just keep creating art and sharing it on your Procreate Portfolio, our Facebook page, or by mentioning @procreate on Twitter or Instagram.

How do i backup my artworks?

To keep your data safe, create a full backup of your iPad or iPhone using your computer or iCloud. For details on how to do this, check out this Apple article. Restoring from a backup should restore all your Procreate and Procreate Pocket data, including brushes, Brush Sets, palettes, etc.

It’s also a good idea to individually back up important artworks. When you export artworks as .procreate files, this format will preserve all your layers and other data.

To easily export multiple artworks at once use the Select option in the Gallery, or Drag and Drop artworks from your Gallery to the iOS Files app. Avoid saving to the Procreate or Pocket folder in On My iPad (On My iPhone), as this will be deleted if you remove Procreate or Procreate Pocket.

How do i connect my apple pencil?

Procreate fully supports the Apple Pencil. As long as you’ve paired your Apple Pencil with a compatible iPad, it will simply work with Procreate — no further steps needed.

If you have a 1st Generation Apple Pencil it will work with an iPad Pro 12.9″ (1st & 2nd generation) iPad Pro 10.5″, iPad Pro 9.7”, iPad (8th, 7th & 6th generation), iPad Air 3, and iPad mini 5. To pair it, plug the Lightning connector on the end of your Apple Pencil into the Lightning port on the bottom of your iPad, then tap Pair in the dialog box that appears.

If you have a 2nd Generation Apple Pencil it will work with an iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd, 4th, and 5th Generation), an iPad Pro 11-inch (1st, 2nd, and 3rd Generation) or an iPad Air 4. To pair it, attach your Apple Pencil to the magnetic strip on the right-hand side of your iPad Pro. If you’re still having trouble, don’t hesitate to reach out via the Support Form.

How do i fill with color in procreate pocket?

Procreate Pocket’s fill tool is called ColorDrop, and it’s as simple as dragging the color from the top right of the canvas and dropping it wherever you want it to go. The color will flow to the edges of your linework.

At this point the option to Continue with Recolor will appear. Recolor is a way to quickly color multiple areas without having to drag the color from the top right corner to the canvas again.

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If your color floods beyond the edges of an object, adjust the ColorDrop Threshold by holding down on the canvas after performing a ColorDrop and swiping left or right.

If you want to keep the fill layer your linework separate, tap the Reference button in the Layer Options menu on the layer your linework is on. You can now ColorDrop to another layer using the bounds from the linework on your Reference Layer.

For a step-by-step video tutorial, see How to Fill an Area using ColorDrop in Procreate Pocket. How to Procreate ColorDrop

How do i fill with color?

Procreate’s fill tool is called ColorDrop, and it’s as simple as dragging the color from the top right of the canvas and dropping it wherever you want it to go. The color will flow to the edges of your linework. At this point the option to Continue with Recolor will appear. Recolor is a way to quickly color multiple areas without having to drag the color from the top right corner to the canvas again.

If your color floods beyond the edges of an object, try to adjust the ColorDrop Threshold by holding down after moving your color onto the canvas and swiping left or right. If you don’t want to fill the layer your linework is on, tap the Reference button in the Layer Options menu. You can now ColorDrop to another layer using the bounds from your Reference Layer.

For a step-by-step video tutorial, see How to Fill an Area using ColorDrop in Procreate.

How do i make a time-lapse video of my artwork?

By default, Procreate and Procreate Pocket record every undoable action (anything that creates an Undo step — each painting stroke, a Transform action, layer adjustments) as a frame of video. To export this video, tap Export Time-lapse Video in the Video tab of the Actions menu. You’ll have the choice of exporting the Full Length recording or a 30 Second version. To replay the video right on your canvas, select Time-lapse Replay from the Video tab in the Actions menu. You can control the playback by sliding left or right on the canvas.
Once you’ve exported your video, you can import it into your favorite video editor and slow it down, add music or anything else you like.

You can change your Time-lapse video quality when creating a new custom canvas. To do this, tap the plus int he top right of your Gallery > the icon next to New Canvas > Time-lapse settings. Procreate will then remember this setting for every canvas created in the future, until it is changed again. This will only affect any newly created canvases. Time-lapses already recorded won’t be affected by this change.

How does dpi work?

When you make a new canvas in Procreate, you can set your dimensions in pixels or in a physical measurement (inches, centimeters, or millimeters). Either way, your canvas will always have a DPI. DPI (dots per inch) measures how many pixels occur in each inch of your artwork when you print it. If you create a canvas using a physical measurement, then the DPI controls how large the canvas will be in pixels. If you create a canvas using pixels, then the DPI controls how large it will print.

A higher DPI means more pixels per inch which also means a better quality print. 300dpi is a standard rule of thumb for a print about the size of a magazine page. The smaller the artwork, the greater the pixel density required to produce a high quality print.

The larger your intended print, the less DPI you can have, as it is likely a large work will be viewed from further away and will therefore not need as much fine detail as something to be viewed at arm’s length. A canvas of 2 meters by 1 meter (200cm x 100cm) could produce a great print at 100dpi. Billboards often have a DPI as low as 12 or 15.

My brush size and opacity doesn’t change with my stroke. what am i doing wrong?

3D Touch technology, built into the screens of certain iPhone models, allows you to work with pressure sensitivity in Procreate Pocket using your finger and any non-Bluetooth stylus.

  • iPhones that support 3D Touch:
  • iPhone XS
  • iPhone XS Max
  • iPhone X
  • iPhone 8
  • iPhone 8 Plus
  • iPhone 7
  • iPhone 7 Plus
  • iPhone 6s
  • iPhone 6s Plus

If your devices is not on this list, you can select from a range of active styli currently supported by Procreate Pocket and this will allow you to work with pressure sensitivity.

The iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone12 Pro Max do not officially support any third-party styli. Due to the changed OLED screen technology we haven’t found a stylus that delivers a good user experience with any of these iPhones. You can still connect your styli but you may run into performance issues. This is why we introduced the pressure slider, which allows your bottom brush slider to be moved while making a stroke on your canvas. This helps you adjust opacity or size of your brush depending on the brush settings when using your finger or a passive stylus.

Procreate

Are there any tutorials I can watch? 

Check out our Learn to Procreate videos hosted by our in-house illustrator, Will Robinson. They’re available on the Procreate YouTube channel. Each bite-size tutorial video walks you through an essential feature of Procreate in under two minutes.

How do I fill with color? 

Procreate’s fill tool is called ColorDrop, and it’s as simple as dragging the color from the top right of the canvas and dropping it wherever you want it to go. The color will flow to the edges of your linework. At this point the option to Continue with Recolor will appear. Recolor is a way to quickly color multiple areas without having to drag the color from the top right corner to the canvas again.

If your color floods beyond the edges of an object, try to adjust the ColorDrop Threshold by holding down after moving your color onto the canvas and swiping left or right. If you don’t want to fill the layer your linework is on, tap the Reference button in the Layer Options menu. You can now ColorDrop to another layer using the bounds from your Reference Layer.

For a step-by-step video tutorial, see How to Fill an Area using ColorDrop in Procreate.

How do I connect my Apple Pencil? 

Procreate fully supports the Apple Pencil. As long as you’ve paired your Apple Pencil with a compatible iPad, it will simply work with Procreate — no further steps needed.

If you have a 1st Generation Apple Pencil it will work with an iPad Pro 12.9″ (1st & 2nd generation) iPad Pro 10.5″, iPad Pro 9.7”, iPad (8th, 7th & 6th generation), iPad Air 3, and iPad mini 5. To pair it, plug the Lightning connector on the end of your Apple Pencil into the Lightning port on the bottom of your iPad, then tap Pair in the dialog box that appears.

If you have a 2nd Generation Apple Pencil it will work with an iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd, 4th, and 5th Generation), an iPad Pro 11-inch (1st, 2nd, and 3rd Generation) or an iPad Air 4. To pair it, attach your Apple Pencil to the magnetic strip on the right-hand side of your iPad Pro. If you’re still having trouble, don’t hesitate to reach out via the Support Form.

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Which third-party styluses can I use with Procreate? 

The only iPad models not Apple Pencil compatible are iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4 and 5th generation iPad.

If your device isn’t Apple Pencil compatible, Procreate supports the following active styli:

  • TenOneDesign — Pogo Connect, Pogo Connect 2

  • Adonit — Jot Touch 4, Jot Touch Pixelpoint, Jot Script, Jot Script 2, Pixel

  • Wacom — Intuos Creative Stylus 1 & 2, Bamboo Fineline 1, 2, & 3, Bamboo Sketch

The Intuos Creative Stylus 2, Bamboo Fineline and Bamboo Fineline 2 are officially unsupported on iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4 due to hardware incompatibilities.

You can use any capacitive or magnetic field passive stylus with Procreate, without the need for a Bluetooth connection.

Procreate Pocket doesn’t support third-party styli on iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, or on any iPhone 12 models due to their OLED screen technology. You can still use any passive stylus however.

Why isn’t palm rejection working for me? 

This depends on the devices you’re using. If your device supports Apple Pencil, it includes built-in palm rejection that works perfectly for most users. However, everyone’s hands are different — if you’re having trouble, read more about Palm Support below.

If you’re painting with your finger or an unconnected stylus on any iPad, you can activate Palm Support, Procreate’s own form of palm rejection. Palm Support provides background, across-the-board palm rejection in Procreate.

Most third-party bluetooth styluses produce their own palm rejection, which isn’t compatible with multitouch gestures, and therefore doesn’t usually work with Procreate. Procreate’s ease of function is built on gestures, and we didn’t want to sacrifice that for palm rejection — that’s why we built Palm Support.

What’s the biggest canvas I can make? 

There are actually two limits on canvas sizes in Procreate, both imposed by the hardware of the iPad model you’re using.

The limit on total canvas size can be found by multiplying the two dimensions of any of the below maximum sizes. For example, the 12.9″, 11″, and 10.5″ iPad Pros can create a canvas up to 67,108,864 pixels total — around 67 megapixels.

The other limit is on any single dimension — width or height. Older iPads (up to the iPad Air 1 and iPad mini 3) can create canvases up to 4,096 pixels in either direction. The iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4 can create canvases up to 8,192 pixels in either direction, and for the iPad Pro models this limit is increased to 16,384 pixels. You can create a canvas of any size and ratio in Procreate as long as it doesn’t exceed the width/height limit for your particular device. For example, on the 12.9″ and 10.5″ iPad Pros, you can make any canvas provided neither side is longer than 16,384 pixels and the total size of the canvas doesn’t exceed 67 megapixels.

Here are the maximum canvas sizes by device in pixel:

  • iPad Pro 12.9″, 11″, and 10.5″; iPad Air (4th generation) — 16,384 x 4,096, or 8,192 x 8,192

  • iPad Pro 9.7″, iPad (6th generation) and iPad (7th generation), iPad mini (5th generation), iPad Air (3rd generation) — 8,192 x 4,096, or 16,384 x 2,048

  • iPad (8th generation) — 7327 x 7327

  • iPad (5th generation), iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4 — 8,192 x 4,096

  • iPad Air 1 — 4,096 x 4,096

What languages are supported in Procreate? 

We currently fully support English, Simplified Chinese, and Japanese for the Procreate website, community and social media platforms. We offer customer care in English and Simplified Chinese.

Procreate is also translated into Spanish, German, Turkish, Russian, Korean, Italian, French, Portuguese, Arabic, and Traditional Chinese.
If you’re running version 5.2 or higher, you’ll also be able to use Procreate in Hindi, Polish, and Thai.

To change your Procreate language head to iPadOS Settings > Procreate > Preferred Language.
If this option doesn’t appear for you try changing your iPad language first, then the Preferred Language tab should appear.

Procreate pocket

What’s the largest canvas I can create in Procreate Pocket? 

Your maximum canvas size depends on your iPhone model. Here’s an approximate guide:

  • iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X/XR/XS, iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max, iPhone 12/12 mini/12 Pro/ 12 Pro Max: 16384 x 2048 pixels or 8192 x 4096 pixels

  • iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE (1st and 2nd Generation), iPhone 7, iPhone 8: 8192 x 2048 pixels

  • iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus: 4096 x 4096 pixels

How do I fill with color in Procreate Pocket? 

Procreate Pocket’s fill tool is called ColorDrop, and it’s as simple as dragging the color from the top right of the canvas and dropping it wherever you want it to go. The color will flow to the edges of your linework.

At this point the option to Continue with Recolor will appear. Recolor is a way to quickly color multiple areas without having to drag the color from the top right corner to the canvas again.

If your color floods beyond the edges of an object, adjust the ColorDrop Threshold by holding down on the canvas after performing a ColorDrop and swiping left or right.

If you want to keep the fill layer your linework separate, tap the Reference button in the Layer Options menu on the layer your linework is on. You can now ColorDrop to another layer using the bounds from the linework on your Reference Layer.

For a step-by-step video tutorial, see How to Fill an Area using ColorDrop in Procreate Pocket. How to Procreate ColorDrop

FacePaint 

FacePaint is only available on iPhones that have an A12 chip or higher, or a TrueDepth camera.

FacePaint is available on these iPhones:

  • iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, iPhone 13 Mini
  • iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone 12 Mini
  • iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max
  • iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max
  • iPhone XR

My brush size and opacity doesn’t change with my stroke. What am I doing wrong? 

3D Touch technology, built into the screens of certain iPhone models, allows you to work with pressure sensitivity in Procreate Pocket using your finger and any non-Bluetooth stylus.

  • iPhones that support 3D Touch:
  • iPhone XS
  • iPhone XS Max
  • iPhone X
  • iPhone 8
  • iPhone 8 Plus
  • iPhone 7
  • iPhone 7 Plus
  • iPhone 6s
  • iPhone 6s Plus

If your devices is not on this list, you can select from a range of active styli currently supported by Procreate Pocket and this will allow you to work with pressure sensitivity.

The iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone12 Pro Max do not officially support any third-party styli. Due to the changed OLED screen technology we haven’t found a stylus that delivers a good user experience with any of these iPhones. You can still connect your styli but you may run into performance issues. This is why we introduced the pressure slider, which allows your bottom brush slider to be moved while making a stroke on your canvas. This helps you adjust opacity or size of your brush depending on the brush settings when using your finger or a passive stylus.

‎procreate pocket

Procreate Pocket — это популярное графическое приложение для iPhone, которое одинаково знают и любят как профессионалы, так и начинающие художники.

Вас ждут сотни уникальных кистей, новаторские инструменты, продвинутая система слоев и скоростной графический движок Valkyrie. Работайте где угодно, без ограничений. Procreate Pocket — это настоящая студия художника, которая всегда с вами!

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• Главные особенности:

— Ультра-высокое разрешение — вплоть до 16K x 4K

— Потрясающий темный режим специально для iPhone

— Революционная функция QuickShape для создания идеальных фигур

— Простой и эффективный инструмент растушевки 

— Самый быстрый 64-битный движок для рисования на iPhone – Valkyrie

— Возможность подключить клавиатуру и пользоваться сочетаниями клавиш

— Потрясающие 64-битные цвета 

— 250 шагов отмены и повтора

— Непрерывное автосохранение

• Радикально новые кисти: 

— Сотни великолепных кистей, созданных мастерами своего дела

— Наборы кистей — отдельно для рисования, набросков, росписи

— Более 100 настраиваемых параметров для каждой кисти 

— Студия кистей — создавайте собственные уникальные кисти

— Импорт и экспорт пользовательских кистей в Procreate

— Импорт кистей из Adobe® Photoshop®

• Многофункциональная система слоев:

— Полный контроль над всеми деталями и композицией благодаря слоям

— Маски слоев и обтравочные маски для «неразрушающего» редактирования

— Организация слоев в группы

— Возможность трансформировать объекты на нескольких слоях одновременно

— Более 25 режимов наложения слоев

• Бескомпромиссная мощность цвета:

— Удобное заполнение контуров цветом с помощью функции ColorDrop

— Панели «Диск», «Классика», «Гармония», «Значение» и «Палитра»

— Импорт цветовых профилей

— Функция «Динамика цвета» для каждой кисти

• Все инструменты для графического дизайна:

— Векторный текст

— Импорт шрифтов

— Обрезка и изменение размера холста

— Визуальные направляющие для работы с перспективой, изометрией, симметрией и двухмерным пространством

— Возможность с легкостью исправить неудачные линии с помощью ассистента рисования

— Сглаживание линий (Streamline) для идеальной каллиграфии

• Ассистент анимации

— Покадровая анимация с функцией «Калькирование»

— Создание GIF-файлов и раскадровок

— Экспорт анимации в полном разрешении

• Богатство спецэффектов:

— Карта градиента

— Функции «Помехи», «Хроматическая аберрация», «Свечение», «Полутон» и «Шум»

— Иллюзия дополнительной глубины и движения благодаря функциям «Размытие по Гауссу» и «Размытие в движении»

— Продвинутый фильтр шума, помогающий воссоздать «пленочную» атмосферу

— Коррекция тона, насыщенности и яркости в реальном времени

— Широкие возможности цветокоррекции: настройка цветового баланса, кривых и ТНЯ

— Сюрреалистические спецэффекты «Деформация», «Симметрия» и «Динамика пластики»

• Таймлапс-видео:

— Запись всех этапов создания иллюстрации в таймлапс-видео и возможность в любой момент пересмотреть их

— Экспорт таймлапс-видео в 4К

— Быстрая публикация 30-секундных фрагментов созданных таймлапс-видео — например, в соцсетях


• Референс-ассистент:

— Возможность всегда держать референс-изображение под рукой и сверяться с ним — или, например, виртуально рисовать прямо у себя на лице с AR

— Пипетка для захвата цветов из референс-окна

• Публикация: 

— Импорт и экспорт в формате PSD для Adobe® Photoshop®

— Импорт палитр Adobe® ASE и ACO

— Импорт изображений в JPG, PNG и TIFF

— Возможность делиться работами через AirDrop, iCloud Drive, «Фото», iTunes, Twitter, Dropbox, Google Drive, Facebook и Weibo, а также по электронной почте

— Экспорт в форматах Procreate, PSD, TIFF, PNG с прозрачным фоном, многостраничных PDF, JPEG для веб-страниц, а также анимированных GIF, PNG, и MP4

— Возможности перетаскивать иллюстрации, кисти, палитры и шрифты в другие приложения

What languages are supported in procreate?

We currently fully support English, Simplified Chinese, and Japanese for the Procreate website, community and social media platforms. We offer customer care in English and Simplified Chinese.

Procreate is also translated into Spanish, German, Turkish, Russian, Korean, Italian, French, Portuguese, Arabic, and Traditional Chinese.
If you’re running version 5.2 or higher, you’ll also be able to use Procreate in Hindi, Polish, and Thai.

To change your Procreate language head to iPadOS Settings > Procreate > Preferred Language.
If this option doesn’t appear for you try changing your iPad language first, then the Preferred Language tab should appear.

What’s the biggest canvas i can make?

There are actually two limits on canvas sizes in Procreate, both imposed by the hardware of the iPad model you’re using.

The limit on total canvas size can be found by multiplying the two dimensions of any of the below maximum sizes. For example, the 12.9″, 11″, and 10.5″ iPad Pros can create a canvas up to 67,108,864 pixels total — around 67 megapixels.

The other limit is on any single dimension — width or height. Older iPads (up to the iPad Air 1 and iPad mini 3) can create canvases up to 4,096 pixels in either direction. The iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4 can create canvases up to 8,192 pixels in either direction, and for the iPad Pro models this limit is increased to 16,384 pixels. You can create a canvas of any size and ratio in Procreate as long as it doesn’t exceed the width/height limit for your particular device. For example, on the 12.9″ and 10.5″ iPad Pros, you can make any canvas provided neither side is longer than 16,384 pixels and the total size of the canvas doesn’t exceed 67 megapixels.

Here are the maximum canvas sizes by device in pixel:

  • iPad Pro 12.9″, 11″, and 10.5″; iPad Air (4th generation) — 16,384 x 4,096, or 8,192 x 8,192

  • iPad Pro 9.7″, iPad (6th generation) and iPad (7th generation), iPad mini (5th generation), iPad Air (3rd generation) — 8,192 x 4,096, or 16,384 x 2,048

  • iPad (8th generation) — 7327 x 7327

  • iPad (5th generation), iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4 — 8,192 x 4,096

  • iPad Air 1 — 4,096 x 4,096

What’s the largest canvas i can create in procreate pocket?

Your maximum canvas size depends on your iPhone model. Here’s an approximate guide:

  • iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X/XR/XS, iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max, iPhone 12/12 mini/12 Pro/ 12 Pro Max: 16384 x 2048 pixels or 8192 x 4096 pixels

  • iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE (1st and 2nd Generation), iPhone 7, iPhone 8: 8192 x 2048 pixels

  • iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus: 4096 x 4096 pixels

Which third-party styluses can i use with procreate?

The only iPad models not Apple Pencil compatible are iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4 and 5th generation iPad.

If your device isn’t Apple Pencil compatible, Procreate supports the following active styli:

  • TenOneDesign — Pogo Connect, Pogo Connect 2

  • Adonit — Jot Touch 4, Jot Touch Pixelpoint, Jot Script, Jot Script 2, Pixel

  • Wacom — Intuos Creative Stylus 1 & 2, Bamboo Fineline 1, 2, & 3, Bamboo Sketch

The Intuos Creative Stylus 2, Bamboo Fineline and Bamboo Fineline 2 are officially unsupported on iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4 due to hardware incompatibilities.

You can use any capacitive or magnetic field passive stylus with Procreate, without the need for a Bluetooth connection.

Procreate Pocket doesn’t support third-party styli on iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, or on any iPhone 12 models due to their OLED screen technology. You can still use any passive stylus however.

Why isn’t palm rejection working for me?

This depends on the devices you’re using. If your device supports Apple Pencil, it includes built-in palm rejection that works perfectly for most users. However, everyone’s hands are different — if you’re having trouble, read more about Palm Support below.

If you’re painting with your finger or an unconnected stylus on any iPad, you can activate Palm Support, Procreate’s own form of palm rejection. Palm Support provides background, across-the-board palm rejection in Procreate.

Most third-party bluetooth styluses produce their own palm rejection, which isn’t compatible with multitouch gestures, and therefore doesn’t usually work with Procreate. Procreate’s ease of function is built on gestures, and we didn’t want to sacrifice that for palm rejection — that’s why we built Palm Support.

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