iPad Lettering 101: How to Use Procreate. An ongoing free blog and video series. New posts and video tutorials will be to be added to this page frequently, so check back often!
iPad Lettering 101: How to Use Procreate
Current Tools: I work on the iPad Pro 12.9″ with the Apple Pencil in Procreate 4 for all lettering work.
The below is a rough outline of the posts I have planned for this new series. Any titles with a link already have a post and/or video tutorial. Simply click the link to access that tutorial.
- iPad Lettering 101: Basics and FAQs
- Creating Custom Color Palettes (post + video)
- Brushes: How to Import Purchased Brushes (video)
- NEW! How to Use Mockups in Procreate
- iPad Lettering Practice Worksheets (coming soon!)
- 7 Classes to Help You Rock iPad Lettering
More of my iPad Lettering Tutorials
- My Favorite Procreate Brushes
- Lettering on Photos
- Nine Lettering Styles to Try + Free Printable
- Creating a Deep Shadow Drop Cap in Procreate: Video Tutorial
- Calligraphy Crayon Lettering
- Artsy Painted Calligraphy
Calligraphy Cryon Lettering: CLICK HERE for the tutorial
Artsy Painted Calligraphy: CLICK HERE for the tutorial
NEW! The Creative Lettering Procreate Bundle
The Original DND Lettering Procreate Bundle
Using PDF Lettering Worksheets in Procreate
To use PDFs in Procreate, this is how I do it:
- I download the PDF on my computer and save it to a file-sharing site (like iCloud Drive or Dropbox).
- Then open the PDF on my iPad (using Dropbox) and take a screenshot of the page I want to practice.
- Then in Procreate 4, simply tap the “Photo” option in the top right corner of the screen.
- Choose the photo from wherever you’ve saved it on your iPad.
- Add a new layer to letter on (so you’re not lettering on the same layer as the worksheet) and practice away! 🙂