How do I sort in Gallery in procreate?
Arrange your Gallery exactly how you like it. Moving artwork around is easy. Tap and hold on a thumbnail to lift it out of the grid, then drag the thumbnail to your desired location, and drop it. Move multiple items at once by picking up one canvas, then tapping other canvases to pick them up too.
How do I change a stack name in Procreate?
To name stacks in Procreate, stay within your general Gallery and click on the name of your stack. If it’s unnamed, it will say “Stack.” Simply click on that and enter your new name. Repeat this process whenever you need to rename a stack.
Does Procreate have a tutorial?
Whether you’ve never used Procreate before or you want to learn about how to get better, you’ve come to the right place. This collection of Procreate tutorials consists of a nice mix of walkthroughs for beginners and more experienced artists looking to improve their skills within the app.
How do you ungroup layers in Procreate IPAD?
Once you know how to group layers in Procreate, you may be wondering how you can ungroup layers later on. Unfortunately, there’s no direct way to release a layer group. You’ll have to move each individual layer out of the group one-by-one. To do this, simply hold a tap over one of the layers, causing it to float.
How do I merge layers in Procreate?
In the Layers panel, tap a layer to bring up Layer Options, then tap Merge Down. You can merge multiple groups with a simple Pinch gesture. Pinch together the top and bottom layers you want to merge. These will merge together along with every layer between them.
How do I organize files on my IPAD pro?
Organize your files
- Go to Locations.
- Tap iCloud Drive, On My [device], or the name of a third-party cloud service where you want to keep your new folder.
- Swipe down on the screen.
- Tap More .
- Select New Folder.
- Enter the name of your new folder. Then tap Done.
How do I add multiple images in Procreate?
Drag and Drop Images from Photos
Tap on a photo to pick it up, and drag it into Procreate. Once you’ve picked up one photo, tap other photos to add them to the stack so you can drag them all in at once.