Fonts For Procreate
This tutorial is about fonts for Procreate and will help you to set up your system so that it is compatible with the Procreate font file. You can also find out how to add fonts for Procreate to your document, download fonts for Procreate, and then import these into the document. Never worked with fonts on Procreate before? then can show you just how to import fonts to Procreate, download fonts for Procreate, and then import these into the document.
Aesthetic balance is very important in any type of layout. Using the wrong type of fonts can throw off the aesthetic balance of the layout. For example, if you are working on a flowery beach scene, you would most likely want to use beach scenes fonts, flowers, sunsets, etc. If you were to use a serious, industrial design font, the ocean and skyscrapers would be hard to see. Knowing this, one could decide not to use an aesthetic font in their next project and instead opt to use one that is more appropriate for the tone they are trying to portray with the layout.
When doing work in Photoshop, it is important to remember to open a lot of fonts. This is because you will need them when renaming files, importing images or when editing in layers. When working in layers, you will need to create tabs for the items that you are currently working on in your document. Underneath the items that you are working on in your layer palette, you can click on an item, highlighting it so you can see what you are renaming and modifying. Then right click the item and choose an option from the popup menu to open a dialog box with the desired action. Working in layers can make the application much more streamlined, but if you are not careful you can easily lose track of which fonts you need to import or save and then end up having to repeat steps in importing or saving again.
The handwriting font that is provided by the iPad App Store is very nice and professionally done. However, there are over 50 different fonts, so you might not be able to distinguish one from another, especially if you are just using the default fonts that come with the app. To avoid this, look through all of the fonts available with the app and determine what is most appropriate for your use. If you are going to be creative, take the time to look at some fonts posted on the web or downloaded from forums and websites, and determine which is the most appropriate for your project.
Once you have selected the fonts you need to import, save the font into your computer’s system and import as many as you need. Many of the fonts for Procreate are provided as a default, although some of them, such as the “hd-glyphs” fonts are imported as per your preference. The problem with the default fonts, however, is that they might be difficult to read. In some cases, it might be easier to just select another font to use in your document.
For most hand-drawn images, the aesthetic design is of more importance than its typeface. Arial and Helvetica are the most common typefaces used. The font for Procreate is almost certainly Arial, which provides clean, crisp lines with minimal ornamentation. The fonts provided with the iPad are free of error, but each one is unique and may not blend well with others.