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Lettering for iPad : Simple & Sassy : Payment Plan

USD$65.00 / week for 4 weeks

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Lettering on your iPad using Procreate and an Apple Pencil gives you such an incredible amount of freedom to create styles that otherwise would require extensive art supplies, lots of space, and years of learning how to work with each medium.

Early on in my lettering journey, I would travel with paper, notebooks, and a giant bag of pens – because I wanted the flexibility of being able to work in different styles for different pieces. Now, it’s just me, my iPad and my trusty Apple Pencil!

I love it, and I want to be able to share all of that fun with you. This course will cover everything you need to know from the moment you download Procreate, to exporting amazing art to share with the world.

Read more about the course contents here.

Please note : If you purchase the payment plan option, course content will be released weekly over six weeks, one module per week + one bonus per week.

If you would prefer to pay up front and get immediate access to all of the course content, click here.

Bonuses Included:


Unicorn Brush Set (Valued at $15)

This brush set includes three custom Procreate brushes and two Procreate colour palettes.

Brushes:
The brushes included are my original “lissletters” brush – the one you see me using most of the time – as well as a new streaky brush that operates in a similar way but with a bit of texture added. It also includes my new Unicorn brush, a fun way to add that lovely smooshy, blended multicolour effect to your lettering.

Palettes:
As an added bonus, I’ve included two of my favourite colour palettes – Rainbow Unicorn Sparkle Farts (named by my eldest daughter and voted YES by my Insta-story watchers!) and Cherry Blossom (all my favourite pinks and teals).

The files are delivered in a zipped up bundle, I recommend either downloading to your computer then transferring to your iPad via AirDrop or your favourite cloud storage solution (Dropbox/Google Drive etc), or using an app like File Explorer to unzip the file directly on your iPad. From there, open them in Procreate and it will pop them where they need to go.


Inspired Brush & Colour Set (Valued at $15)

This brush set includes three custom Procreate brushes and ten Procreate colour palettes.

Brushes:
The brushes included are my original “lissletters” brush – the one you see me using most of the time – as well as two modified versions of the same brush. One adds a whole world of drama to your lettering – thicker down strokes, thinner up strokes – also allowing you to work on a larger canvas and still see lots of variation, and the other adds texture and fade to create a whole new look.

Palettes:
Where this set shines though, is the colour palettes included. Ten! I don’t know about you, but sometimes I am stuck for inspiration, or I find myself using the same colours all the time (and yes, I get a little grief from people on Insta for doing that – hey, I know which colours I love, don’t knock it!). But if you’re looking to mix it up a little, try some new combinations, or find some inspiration for a new piece, this pack is the answer. Ten colour palettes – some cool, some warm, some brights, and a little chill pastel mixed in there too.

The files are delivered in a zipped up bundle, I recommend either downloading to your computer then transferring to your iPad via AirDrop or your favourite cloud storage solution (Dropbox/Google Drive etc), or using an app like File Explorer to unzip the file directly on your iPad. From there, open them in Procreate and it will pop them where they need to go.


iPad to Vector (Valued at $39)

One of the things Procreate doesn’t do is allow you to create vectors of your lettering. Instead, what Procreate produces are raster images – images made up from a grid of pixels. Most of the images you see on the web fall into this category – common file types for raster images are JPEG, GIF and PNG. The limitation of working with raster images is that because they are composed of a fixed number of pixels they can only be enlarged to a certain extent before becoming grainy or pixelated.

Vector images, however, are made up of points and paths, with common file types being EPS and AI. Anything that is likely to need resizing, such as a logo, should be created as a vector.

This mini-course covers the steps necessary to move into Illustrator and create vectors as well as help you understand when this type of process is necessary.


Foundations Workbook : iPad (Valued at $29)

This workbook has a collection of worksheets covering drills, letter formation (both lower and uppercase) and numbers.


Connections Workbook : iPad (Valued at $19)

This workbook has a collection of worksheets covering every single letter combination – even the ones you’re never going to use!

 


Common Words Workbook : iPad (Valued at $19)

This workbook has a collection of worksheets covering the 100 most commonly used words in the English language, with 2-3 variations per word.

 


Bounce Workbook : iPad (Valued at $19)

This workbook has everything you need to know to get your lettering bouncing!

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