Once you leave your Procreate design and return to the gallery, or close the app, you won't be able to undo anything in your design. Procreate does not store your version history, so the best way to go back to a previous version of your design is to make a regular backup of your Procreate file as you work.
How do you get the history palette in procreate?
You'll find it just below the color wheel or main area of your color panel (it will appear in all color tabs except 'Palettes'). When you open a new document for the first time, the 'History' swatches will be empty.
How do I find my color history in procreate?
At the top right of the Procreate interface, the Color Button displays its active color. Hold it down to switch between your current color and the previous one. You can also drag it onto the canvas to invoke ColorDrop.
Is there a history of brushes in procreate?
YES for brush collector or brush pallet. something that shows the brushes I used in a particular project. Color History is available in Procreate 5 for the larger iPad Pro models.
Is there a way to recover deleted art in procreate?
Check if you have a backup by going to Settings/Your Apple ID/iCloud/Manage Storage/Backups/This iPad and check if Procreate is included in the list of apps. If so, you can do a restore from that backup if it's recent enough to contain the artwork.
Why is procreate stuck at grayscale?
Try doing a hard reset to see if that fixes it: first clear all background apps by double-pressing the Home button, then swiping up. Then press and hold the Home and Lock buttons together until the screen goes black, wait a few moments, and turn the iPad back on.
What are the 5 color harmonies?
There are six color harmonies commonly used in design:
- Complementary colors.
- Split complementary colors.
- Analogous colors.
- triadic harmonies.
- tetradic harmonies.
- Monochromatic harmonies.
What is the Procreate color palette?
A palette is a collection of swatches. Procreate's palette library allows you to create, save, share and import color schemes. The Palette Library does this in the form of palettes that you can access from any piece of art.
Why are my procreate colors boring?
It can also be a problem working with light instead of printing, adjusting that and also taking your file into Photoshop or some other program to convert it to CMYK instead of RGB can help you see how it might print. ... Photoshop to Procreate works fine, but not the other way around.
Does Procreate have an eyedropper tool?
Touch and hold to access the Eyedropper tool
On the first color, tap and hold with your finger until you get the eyedropper tool to pick up the color. Release it and you'll notice your new color is in the color gauge at the top right of Procreate.
How do you undo in procreate on iPad?
Touch with two fingers to undo
To undo a series of actions, touch and hold two fingers on the canvas. After a moment, Procreate will quickly roll back through the most recent changes. To stop, lift your fingers off the canvas again.
Where are my brushes in procreate?
Shaped like a brush, the Brush button is located in the top right menu bar of the Procreate interface. Tap it once to activate the Brush tool, and tap it again to open the Brush Library.
How do I know which brush I have in Photoshop?
Try Preferences > History Log and check it out. Choose "Detailed" and select "Metadata", "Text File" or Both.
Where are the procreate files stored?
Procreate saves your files inside the Procreate app gallery with the . procreate. These are Procreate specific files that only work within the Procreate ecosystem. There is no external folder on your iPad or iPhone where your designs are automatically sent.
How do I restore iCloud data?
Turn on your iPhone. You will see a Hello screen if your device is new or has been erased. Then, follow the onscreen setup steps until you reach the Apps & data screen. There, tap Restore from iCloud Backup and sign in to iCloud with your Apple ID.
Does iCloud backup generate files?
reggev, Procreate does not currently offer an iCloud sync option, but you can make an iCloud backup. If you back up your iPad, including your apps, to iCloud, this will include your Procreate files.