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Lettering Brushes for Procreate

14 Custom Procreate Lettering Brushes

I've been using the iPad Pro and Procreate to produce high-end, professional lettering work since first acquiring this incredible device about a year and a half ago. During that time, I've developed and fine-tuned a set of brushes that allow me to execute virtually any lettering style I want, without any real shortcomings, compared to the results I'd get using the actual analog tools that these digital brushes were created to simulate.

In the past year alone, I've used these same brushes to produce work for companies like Google, Samsung, Target, Hallmark, Strava, Task Rabbit, and many more. Finally, I've taken the time to package these up to share with everyone!


Included in this Download

  • 14 custom brushes, specifically designed to perform truly realistic strokes, simulating numerous popular professional lettering tools
  • Detailed Installation Guide PDF with screenshots and links to more help

Try for Free with a Tweet!

I'm offering a free download of the Felt-Tip Brushpen brush from this kit, that you can get from my website, by simply sharing the page on Twitter or Facebook. To try one of my all-time favorite brushes for free, go to http://ryanhamrick.com/lettering-brushes now!


Requirements

  • iPad Pro
  • Apple Pencil (or comparable, higher-end pressure-sensitive stylus)
  • The Procreate App for iPad - http://ha.mrick.me/2q2tJgt

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