Jingsketch Procreate Brushes: Harmonics Collection
Jingsketch Procreate Brushes: Harmonics Collection
A whole new way to breathe life into your art.
Create dynamic illustrations with the Harmonics Collection — an entirely new Jingsketch brush collection with refreshing new shapes, textures, and an exciting new color blending approach. This brush collection was meticulously created to speed up your workflow while adding a new level of depth to your shapes and colors.
- Powerful industry-standard tools. These brushes were built by the same creator behind best-selling brushes trusted by artists at Pixar, Epic Games, Gearbox, Mattel, and more.
- Vibrant and expressive. Create anything, from colorful landscapes, to portrait illustrations, to relaxing sketches.
- Easy to use. Easy to master. Brushes are organized into intuitive brushsets: Sharp Sketch, Smooth Paint, Coarse Paint, Textures and Harmonics — and each brush is labeled with easy-to-understand names.
What’s Included ✍️
- Sharp Sketch – Precise brushes made for effortless sketching and line-work.
- Smooth Paint – Expressive smooth brushes designed to give you precise control over variations in form.
- Coarse Paint – Toothy brushes with natural brush textures that give your paintings depth and believability.
- Textures – A set of unique textures designed to add that final pop to your piece.
- Harmonics – Brushes with my new harmonics mode turned on to add vibrant colors to each brushstroke.
- Lifetime Updates – new updates for free, forever, without a subscription. Brushes and updates will be sent to your email and Gumroad Library, downloadable from any device.
Happy Artists ❤️
“These brushes are amazing for mixing colors. One brush in particular that I love, the Dreamy Hair Harmonic brush, makes painting hair easy and even more satisfying!”
— Erika Wiseman (@erikathegoober)
“I love how the harmonics brush set help achieve some dynamic color variations. I'm very particular with my colors and I take a while to get the colors I want, but the harmonics set actually speeds up that process for me. It gives me fantastic color variations to experiment with and gets me closer to the colors I want. The textures and style of each brush suit any art style. They are so fun to use - highly recommend using them too!”
— Ambar (@phlomux)
“As a shape developer, this brush set gave me a whole free range to explore new ideas and form!”
— Taylor Stone (@hotstone_char)
“This brush set is truly impressive! It offers a wide range of textures, fascinating blending options, and various coloring effects. Personally, I particularly enjoy using the brushes with sharp edges as they allow me to create captivating glimpses of colors and light.”
— Ann Fable (@ann_fable)
“The new brushes really do a great job of emulating natural materials, I especially loved the new coarse brushes which give some nice tooth to my digital pieces as well as the harmonics brushes which add a lot of color variation for not much effort. There's a really big range of effects you can achieve with this brush set and you're bound to find a dozen or so you'll be working into your toolbox.”
— Dylan Palmer (@dylanpalmerart)
Can I use these commercially?
- Use in commercial projects.
- Use in personal works.
- Use within personal and professional portfolio works.
- Use within editorials or publications.
- Including any of my brushes within your distributed brush packs.
- Sharing, distributing, or re-selling my brushes outright.
How do I install them?
Method 1: Importing from Files
- Download Brushes: First, download the brush files. These will be .brushset files. Make sure to download them to a location you can easily access, like iCloud Drive, Google Drive, or directly to your iPad.
- Open Procreate: Launch the Procreate app on your iPad.
- Brush Library: Tap on the brush icon at the top of the screen to open your Brush Library.
- Import Icon: Tap the "+" symbol usually found at the top right corner of the brush library. A menu will appear with an option to "Import" brushes.
- Find File: Navigate to the location where you downloaded the brush or brush set file.
- Select File: Tap on the brush file you want to import.
Method 2: Drag and Drop
- File Location: Locate the .brushset files in your Files app.
- Split Screen: Open Procreate in split-screen mode alongside the Files app.
- Drag and Drop: Simply drag the .brushset file from the Files app into the Procreate app. It should automatically add to your Brush Library.
Your happiness is my number one priority. If you have a problem within the first 7 days, I'll solve it, exchange it, refund it, or whatever it takes to ensure you walk away happy.
Ann Fable (@ann_fable)
“These brushes are truly impressive! They offer a wide range of textures, fascinating blending options, and various coloring effects... They allow me to create captivating glimpses of colors and light.” — ★★★★★
“They've been instrumental in getting me to experiment more with painting textures and definitely been a huge influence on how my painting style looks.” — ★★★★★
Celestial Fang (@celestialfang)
“Jingsketch’s brushes bridge the gap between traditional and digital paint, and help me achieve a natural look with minimal effort.” — ★★★★★
Will Pierce (@willpierce)
“These are the first digital brushes that I’ve ever immediately clicked with. They’ve helped me start to creatively think in new ways, and I use them all the time. Buy ‘em.” — ★★★★★
Dylan Palmer (@dylanpalmerart)
“The Sketch and Paint packs are my go-to brushes in Procreate, the toothy textured brushes are some of the best and most fun brushes I’ve used in any art program!” — ★★★★★
Francesca Pagano (@francesca_margy)
“I really love your brushes, the grainy ones are the best. Buying your brushes was one of the wisest choice, especially for the making of my last portfolio.” — ★★★★★
Today, over 723,988 artists around the world use my brushes and tutorials to create amazing artwork. My goal by sharing my resources is for you to express yourself without feeling like you're fighting your tools, and I have a feeling that they will be significant assets to your workflow whether you're a beginner or a veteran.
Professionally, I've worked as a lead artist for Plaid Hat Games, completed projects for Crunchyroll, Use All Five, and illustrated publications within numerous medical journals including Nature Scientific Reports, Journal of Neurosurgery, and World Neurosurgery.