150 amazing brushes

This brush bundle opens a world of possibilities. Dive into the enchanting realm of isometric room design, where you can construct breathtaking environments, intricate layouts, and cozy corners that tell captivating stories.

Elevate your digital artistry with this must-have brush bundle and transform your isometric room creations from ordinary to extraordinary. Start designing your dream rooms today with the Ultimate Isometric Room Creator Brush Bundle. The only limit is your imagination!

How to use these brushes

When using these isometric room brushes, create a new layer for each element you add, that way you can easily move and transform the object you have added. Once you have arranged all the elements, you can merge the layers, lower the opacity and then trace your complete isometric room on a new layer. While tracing your room, you can add your preferred style and use your favorite line art brushes. The possibilities are endless!

Thanks to Flo’s amazing Isometric room brush pack and all the helpful tutorials I am able to easily create amazing artwork

Catgirlev – Procreate tutorial addict

Key Features

  • Versatile Design Tools: Our bundle boasts an array of basic room shapes that serve as your canvas, structures like stairs, doors, and windows that bring depth and dimension to your creations, and an extensive range of furniture and decorations to add a personalized touch to each room.
  • Infinite Possibilities: With 150 brushes at your disposal, your creative horizons are boundless. Craft unique interiors and cozy home environments in a heartbeat.
  • Time-Saving: Say goodbye to tedious manual design and hello to efficiency. This bundle allows you to create breathtaking isometric rooms in a fraction of the time, leaving you more room to experiment and innovate.
  • Seamless Compatibility: Designed with Procreate, Photoshop, and Affinity users in mind, our brushes seamlessly integrate with your preferred software, ensuring that you’re always working in your comfort zone.

That pure joy!

As a kid, you were bursting with curiosity and had this incredible urge to create. Sadly, many lose that spark over time or get bogged down by discouragement. My mission is to reignite that creative flame in everyone. I want you to tap into that boundless creativity, to feel that childhood excitement once more. Let's create without limitations, without expectations—purely for the sheer joy of it.

The best way to learn

In my opinion the best (and most fun) way to learn is by doing. My tutorials are specifically developed that way. You’ll learn about the variety of features and techniques through repetition across my Procreate tutorials. There’s no order in which you should watch them, I will take it step by step in each one of them. And with every tutorial you watch, your confidence will grow!

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Take it to the next level

Ready to elevate your Procreate digital drawing and painting skills, or perhaps you've got a serious Procreate tutorial addiction? Look no further than our Patreon! We offer a great variety of tutorials, exclusive brushes, and engaging exercises that are sure to keep your creative journey exciting and inspiring. The artistic possibilities are endless!

Frequently Asked Questions

Is subscribing to the treasure chest free?

Yes! It’s totally free! All you need to do is sign up for my newsletter to get access. Of course you can unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time. You won’t get updates about new contents in the treasure chest then though!

Can I sell my tutorial results?

My tutorials are meant for practice purposes, feel free to share your results on social media and tag me. You are not allowed to use direct copies of my artwork for commercial purposes, like selling prints. You should create your own original artworks. Of course you can use my tutorials as a base/start though.

Where’s the Treasure Chest?

You can get access to the treasure chest by going to freefromflo.com and signing up for the weekly newsletter. A link to the Treasure Chest download page is in every single weekly newsletter email.

Can I use your brushes for commercial work?

You can use my brushes for all of your artwork, both personal and commercial. Just make sure that when you sell your artwork, you only sell your own unique designs. Good luck!

How can I import brushes into Procreate?

The first thing you’ll need to do to import new brushes into Procreate is download them of course. Individual brushes come as .brush files and full brushpacks as .brushset files. When importing brushes into Procreate, make sure the file is either a .brush or .brushset file.


When you download Procreate brushes or brush sets, it might be that you get a .zip file. Since you cannot import .zip files directly into Procreate, you’ll have to extract the files first. If you’re working on a PC or Mac, you can unzip the files before transferring them to your iPad, but if you are working on an iPad alone, you’ll have to use an unzip app to extract the files. You can use an app like Winzip or Zip Browser for this. Once you have unzipped .brush and .brushset files on your iPad, you’re ready to go and import them into Procreate.

NOTE: If you get a bunch of folders and small files after unzipping, then the file wasn’t meant to be unzipped. Something went wrong and you might need to download the set or brush using another browser for instance or rename the .zip file to .brushset for instance

Multiple ways to import

There are multiple ways to import brushes into Procreate. If one way isn’t working for you, please try another method. Sometimes it can help to re-download a brush or set, to use another browser (like Chrome or Safari) or to clear your browser cache.

Import through Brush Library

The first way to import brushes into Procreate is by following these steps (make sure you have the .brush or .brushset file on your device)
  • Open a (blank) canvas
  • Select the brush tab
  • You’ll see a + in the upper right corner, click it
  • Select import in the upper right corner of the Brush Studio
  • Navigate to the location where you saved the .brush or .brushset file
It’ll take a few seconds for the brushes to import. If you have imported a full brush set, then you’ll find it at the top in the Brush Library. If you have imported an individual brush then you’ll find it all the way at the bottom under Imported.

Import with Secondary Window

Another way to import brushes is by opening a secondary window on your iPad and dragging the brush file onto Procreate.
  • Open a (blank) canvas
  • Open a secondary window by gently swiping upward from the bottom of your screen. Drag the folder app to one side of your screen
  • In this secondary window, navigate to the location of the .brushset
  • Open the brush menu in Procreate
  • Drag the .brush or .brushset file onto the Brush Library, you’ll see a green + appear
  • Just drop it to let Procreate import your new brush set!

Import from your local folder

An even easier way is to just open your local folders, locate the .brushset file and tap it. It’ll automatically import the new brush or brush set to Procreate! Again, you’ll find individual brushes in the imported folder at the bottom in the Brush Library and full sets at the top.

Importing from Google Drive or Dropbox

You can also import files straight from an app like Google Drive.
  • Locate the .brushset file in Google Drive
  • Tap the three little dots
  • Select Open in
  • Navigate to Copy to Procreate (if it doesn’t show up, try selecting More)
  • Tada! Your new brush set is imported into the Procreate app
The same thing can be done with Dropbox, navigate to the .brushset file, tap the three little dots, select export and navigate to Copy to Procreate. Easy as that!

Import right after downloading

When downloading a set through a Google Drive link (I often use Google Drive links), you can import it straight to Procreate. When you are downloading a big brush pack, you’ll get this message first.

You can tap download anyway.
In the next screen you’ll get the option to import the set straight in Procreate.