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Getting the Right Fonts For Procreate

Never worked with fonts on Photoshop before? Then you might want to check out this short video walkthrough to show you exactly how to import fonts to Procreate. Check out this short video, right here, to see how. Want more information? See the end of this article to find out more.

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Want to create professional looking lettering? Want to know how to do it quickly and easily? Want to know the secrets to mastering all kinds of lettering styles, including cursive letter designs and script fonts? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you will want to continue reading this article.

You can use scripts and cursive designs for all sorts of different projects. Script fonts are perfect for making headers for websites, making headers for newsletters, and even making headings for your documents. Cute display fonts can give your documents an extra special touch, especially if they include fun characters or design accents. Script fonts can give your documents a professional look, while still allowing you to include your own personality into your documents. Here, you’ll learn how to easily import fonts from different sources to your Procreate document program.

In order to start using custom fonts on your project, you need to open a document in Procreate. Open the Project view. Look under the General tab. Under the Fonts category, you will see a button that says Using Custom Fonts. Click this button to select the type of fonts you wish to use for your project.

If you are using a hand-drawn aesthetic, choose the Arial font. Arial is considered the best fonts for Procreate due to its crisp, refined look, as well as its simple geometric shape. The Arial font is the most aesthetically pleasing of all fonts, which is why it is the ideal font for your documents. However, if you are using a hand-drawn aesthetic, choose something with a similar design to your document – such as Times New Roman or Helvetica.

You also have the option of either inserting your own fonts or importing fonts from the system. If you do not have any of these fonts, you can simply go to the main menu and click on Fonts. At the top of the list is the Font panel, where you will see a button for selecting a font. Simply tap the plus sign next to each font you want to use, to add it to your list of fonts for Procreate. Once you have added all of your desired fonts, save all your changes and repeat the whole process for every document you need to export to the iPad.


3 easy steps and you're ready


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