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Blackletter Procreate Brushes

"Blackletter Advanced Procreate Brush Set" for the Procreate app on the iPad Pro

As a calligraphy artist who focuses almost exclusively in analog blackletter, I've spent hours of time dedicated to creating quality blackletter work in Procreate using the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil. I've purchased every set on the market to date and have studied what works and what does not to create my own extensive brush set.

This set includes a variety of 5 blackletter brushes (each in 3 angles — 35º, 40º, and 45º) as well as guide brush to help you create templates — a total of 16 brushes!

  • Standard Blackletter Brush: Your classic flat chisel pen in 3 angles (35º, 40º, and 45º).
  • Center Scroll Blackletter Brush: A flat pen with the scroll line cut from the center in 3 angles (35º, 40º, and 45º).
  • Left Scroll Blackletter Brush: A flat pen with the scroll line cut from the Left in 3 angles (35º, 40º, and 45º).
  • Right Scroll Blackletter Brush: A flat pen with the scroll line cut from the Right in 3 angles (35º, 40º, and 45º).
  • Linear Scroll Blackletter Brush: A flat pen comprised of 5 striped lines in 3 angles (35º, 40º, and 45º).
  • Guide Brush: Use this to paint guideline templates on to an underlying layer. Includes ascender line, baseline, x-height, descender line, and line spacer.

This brush set also includes:

  • PDF of printable line guides for analog practice in case your iPad battery dies ;).
  • PDF of instructions and tips.

If you have any questions or feedback, please don't hesitate to send me a message at yo@jakerainis.com

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I imported my brushes... why are they backwards?

Depending on how you have your orientation set in Procreate, brushes might import backwards. To correct this:

1. Tap the brush, then tap it again to go into its settings.
2. Select the “Source” panel.
3. Pinch and twist the shape source thumbnail to rotate it to the proper orientation.