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Fonts for Procreate – Hand-drawn Lettering for Your Tablet

It’s really easy to turn any one of your pictures into an original masterpiece of graphics – but it can be difficult to learn the proper steps to do so when it comes to fonts for Procreate. Don’t worry, though – this is perfectly normal, especially since most people who try to recreate the perfect wedding picture often end up doing so with poor-quality fonts that ruin everything. In fact, you’ll probably end up more frustrated with your fonts than you were with the original image. This tutorial will show you exactly how to import fonts from one program to another, right here right now.

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To import fonts for Procreate into the iPAK program, first you need to install the iPAK program on your iPad. To do that, just tap the “Install iPAK Software” option right on the iPAK icon in the lower left corner. If you already have iPAK installed on your computer, you can just skip this step and proceed to the next one. Or, if you’re using Windows, double-click on the iPAK application and follow the same step as above.

Now, let’s try pairing Procreate’s default artwork with your own artwork. Tap the “Install Artwork” button at the top of the main screen. If you already have artwork loaded in iPAK, this step won’t really do anything. If not, open a new file from where you can load your own artwork. If you already have artwork loaded in your computer, you should see an icon that lets you choose which fonts for Procreate you want to use – it’s the little heart-shaped icon at the bottom right corner of the iPAK screen.

Select the fonts for Procreate that you want to use, then tap “Import.” A window will pop up, allowing you to select a font file from your computer for the iPad’s white text to replace the default font that is currently being used. You’ll notice that the font you imported has been replaced by a generic, black font. This is the font used for most of the images Procreate displays, so you may want to change it to something a bit more unique and artistic if you’d like to give your tablet a different aesthetic.

The only problem with using the fonts for Procreate that comes with iPAK is that they are only available in Latin-based languages. Fortunately, there are a number of free fonts available for use with iPAK, including some that aren’t even based on any type of Latin alphabets. If one would like to add an aesthetic to their text, they could try pairing Procreate with handwriting font, which allows one to alter the capitalization, placement, and color of their text, while altering the basic shape of the letters themselves.

For example, calligraphy fonts are available in Latin letters, as well as Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. These are easy to combine with regular fonts, but can be modified to become something uniquely one-of-a-kind with the help of a good calligraphy app. One such app, Calligraphy+ by Apps, allows one to adjust the brush size and color of the brush, as well as how many brushstrokes are permitted before a stroke is discarded. By altering the variables of the stroke and angle, one can create a truly unique hand-drawn lettering for their tablet, using the fonts for Procreate.


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