How to Copy and Paste Between Sketchbook and Procreate

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First you want to buy Sketchbook Pro from the App Store. Unless you have it already. I can't see the price since I bought it  but it's at least $5 and they have sales.

First you want to buy Sketchbook Pro from the App Store. Unless you have it already. I can't see the price since I bought it but it's at least $5 and they have sales.

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Like with most of my tutorials I will be using Procreate too.

Like with most of my tutorials I will be using Procreate too.

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I start in Procreate and create a self portrait. For an in depth look at my process please check out my other tutorials.

I start in Procreate and create a self portrait. For an in depth look at my process please check out my other tutorials.

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Next I launch Sketchbook Pro and start working a new design.

Next I launch Sketchbook Pro and start working a new design.

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The background is blended after the copic marker is used to put in colors. Everything is on a separate layer.

The background is blended after the copic marker is used to put in colors. Everything is on a separate layer.

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I sketch the Twitter bird in red 2B pencil and go over it in white on a new top layer.

I sketch the Twitter bird in red 2B pencil and go over it in white on a new top layer.

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There's the finished design.

There's the finished design.

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Here's a look without the UI.

Here's a look without the UI.

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Merge your layers and press and hold down on the singular layer.

Merge your layers and press and hold down on the singular layer.

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Now I relaunch Procreate.

Now I relaunch Procreate.

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I press down on my layer in Procreate to bring in the file from Sketchbook.

I press down on my layer in Procreate to bring in the file from Sketchbook.

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There it is in Procreate now. I can transform it by pinching or using the controls on the sidebar. I brought in a lot of app designs using this method. Let's take a look...

There it is in Procreate now. I can transform it by pinching or using the controls on the sidebar. I brought in a lot of app designs using this method. Let's take a look...

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Facebook

Facebook

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Instagram

Instagram

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Flipboard

Flipboard

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Zite

Zite

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Snapguide

Snapguide

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About.me

About.me

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Mail

Mail

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Phone

Phone

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Pinterest

Pinterest

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Messages.  Keep in mind I did a lot more but I wanted to show the most popular.

Messages. Keep in mind I did a lot more but I wanted to show the most popular.

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Now my portrait is done and I can move back to Sketchbook Pro for the final step. First I merge all of my layers and press and hold until I see copy.

Now my portrait is done and I can move back to Sketchbook Pro for the final step. First I merge all of my layers and press and hold until I see copy.

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I go back into Sketchbook and open a new document.

I go back into Sketchbook and open a new document.

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I complete my design work before I even bring in the Procreate copy. This is for my business card btw. The copy goes on the bottom layer. I press and hold and hit paste.

I complete my design work before I even bring in the Procreate copy. This is for my business card btw. The copy goes on the bottom layer. I press and hold and hit paste.

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Here's a close up of the design before I get into the next part.

Here's a close up of the design before I get into the next part.

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And here's my finished design! I save but leave the layers separate just in case I need to make changes later. Saving a copy never hurts either.

And here's my finished design! I save but leave the layers separate just in case I need to make changes later. Saving a copy never hurts either.

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I hope you enjoyed the guide! Check me out on http://about.me/raheemnelson

I hope you enjoyed the guide! Check me out on about.me/raheemnelson

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