Watercolor Lettering Set

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Do you want to take your watercolor iPad Lettering to the next level? I have got you covered! Here's a set of 7 brushes that you are going to love! The secret to creating realistic looking watercolor lettering pieces is the right combination of brushes and textured backgrounds - and you'll find a simple starter Procreate template included here too :)

Please note that you will need to update your iPad to iOS11 and Procreate 4 to enjoy all the special features of these brushes.

1) Watercolor Calligraphy. This is the watercolor equivalent of the Modern Calligraphy brush - definitely an all time favorite!

2) Watercolor Round. This is the watercolor equivalent of the Gracie brush - another crowd favorite :)

3) Wet Blend. Use this brush to create a soft wet blend background for your lettering pieces. It mixes really nicely and is my go-to brush to create realistic looking watercolor fills.  

4) Watercolor Edge. This is the brush to create the 'dried water' edge look that is a must to achieve an authentic watercolor look on your iPad. Ever so slightly pressure sensitive.

5) Splash Fill. Use this brush to enhance a more varied watercolor background. It is pressure sensitive and looks really good when layered with a couple of different colors.

6) Soft Wash. Soft watercolor background wash

7) Fine Dots. Finish off your watercolor piece with a good dose of fine brush splatter. This brush is pressure sensitive and will create nice random dots.

What you will get:

  • 7 indivdual Procreate brushes
  • 1 Procreate template with a simple watercolor texture and optional grid lines to get you started
  • PDF document with instructions how to install the brushes on your iPad is here: InstallationGuideiOS11.pdf

Please be patient when downloading the brushes and the template - this bundle is very large (37 MB) and can take a long time to download! You might find it easier to download it to your computer first and then transfer them to your iPad using Dropbox or iCloud, or, if you are on a Mac, AirDrop.