Using Procreate on iPad Pro to Create Brush Lettering

I’ve had numerous people ask me about how I am using Procreate on iPad Pro to create brush lettering that I do for my Friday Brush Lettering videos. I decided to create a video to the basic gist of how you use it and how the software works.

I've had numerous people ask me about how I am using Procreate on iPad Pro to create brush lettering that I do for my Friday Brush Lettering videos. I decided to create a video to the basic gist of how you use it and how the software works.

This is by no means me teaching brush lettering. I have an actual brush lettering course here. And, if you want to learn how to vector in Adobe Illustrator, you can find my course, Vector My Letters here. You receive the vector course in the brush lettering course so don’t purchase both!

Are you ready to harness the power of your iPad Pro? Pick your topic and start your creative journey today!

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Watch me Using Procreate on iPad Pro to Create Brush Lettering

Things I Can Share About Procreate

A few notes about the software:

  • It is not vector based. You need to use Adobe Illustrator or the app for it (Adobe Draw) to vector your artwork.
  • Work in layers. It will make things much simpler for you.
  • You can export your files as layered .PSD files and open those in Adobe Photoshop on your computer.
  • Procreate is just $5.99
  • There is an app called Astropad that turns your iPad into a tablet to mirror your computer screen (like a Cintiq).

Brushes for Procreate

I prefer to support artists when I can and purchase their brushes, but I also love a freebie here and there. Here are a few of my favorite brushes on my iPad Pro.

You can also purchase my brushes here.

I’ve bought or downloaded a lot of Procreate brushes that just didn’t make the cut for me. These are some that I have used and enjoy.

Affiliate Links Disclosure

This post may contain affiliate links noted with an asterisk*, which means that if you click on one of the product links I've included, I’ll receive a small percentage of the sale should you purchase it. But, please do not fret! I don't post links to products that I have not personally tried or felt are worth sharing. In fact, I love these products so much that I have to share them with you. It would be silly not to take advantage of affiliate programs, right?

Holly McCaig is a 20 year veteran of the design world. With her mark being made in scrapbooking and photography, Holly now educates eager artists how to do lettering in procreate on the iPad Pro. She resides in Denver, Colorado with her two dogs, Lola and Daisy.

Visit Holly: Instagram | Pinterest | Facebook | Shoppe

Holly McCaig

About Holly McCaig

Holly McCaig is a 20 year veteran of the design world. With her mark being made in scrapbooking and photography, Holly now educates eager artists how to do lettering in procreate on the iPad Pro. She resides in Denver, Colorado with her two dogs, Lola and Daisy. Visit Holly: Instagram | Pinterest | Facebook | Shoppe

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