To Undo a series of actions, tap and hold two fingers on the canvas. After a moment, Procreate will rapidly step back through your most recent changes. To stop, lift your fingers off the canvas again. Procreate can Undo up to 250 actions.
How do you undo and redo in Procreate?
As a Procreate user, undoing and redoing your most recent strokes and movements is quick and easy with pre-defined gestures. To undo in Procreate, use two fingers to tap your screen. Hold two fingers down on your screen to undo a series of actions. To redo in Procreate, use three fingers to tap your screen.
Why can’t I undo in Procreate?
Once you leave your Procreate design and return to the gallery, or close the app, you can’t undo anything in your design. Procreate does not store your version history, so the best way to return to an earlier version of your design is to regularly back up your Procreate file as you work.
How do I get my drawing back in Procreate?
The best way to restore deleted Procreate files is to use an iCloud backup that includes your Procreate files. Allow days, if not weeks, for the backup to be restored. It’s also good practice to have a folder of . procreate files that you can use should something go wrong with your iCloud backup.
Can you draw on Procreate with your finger?
You do not need a stylus to use Procreate. You can use your finger to draw with Procreate because the brush weight is determined within the program and not by the size of the stylus. The great thing about Procreate is that it gives you a lot of options. Use a stylus, use your finger, whatever you prefer.
Can you see brush history in Procreate?
If you look at the top of your brush library, you’ll see you now have a brush folder called “Recent.” This library shows the last 8 brushes you used in Procreate. You can pin your favorite ones here by swiping the brush to the left.
How do you get the eyedropper in Procreate?
Hold the Modify button on the sidebar. With your other hand, tap anywhere on the canvas to invoke the Eyedropper. Hold your finger on the canvas, drag the Eyedropper to your desired location and release to select a color.