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Adding fonts to your designs is a great way to make them more interesting and unique. In this article, you’ll learn how to add fonts to Procreate. This is a very simple process, and you can use any fonts that you want.

What is Procreate?

Procreate is a powerful digital painting and design app for the iPad that was designed for artists. It offers a wide range of features, including a high level of control over your brushes and colors. You can also use fonts in your designs with Procreate, which can help simplify your workflow if you prefer the extra control and attention to detail of working on an iPad.

How to add fonts to Procreate

To add fonts to Procreate, you’ll start by importing fonts to your iPad. You can do this directly in Procreate, or use Airdrop or the Files app. To keep it simple, we’ll use the Procreate app.

Once the fonts are installed, open up Procreate and create a new document. Tap on the text tool and select one of the installed fonts. You can then type out your text and change the size and color as desired.

Tips for using fonts in Procreate

Adding fonts to your designs is a great way to make them more interesting and unique. In this article, you’ll learn some tips for using fonts in Procreate.

1. When selecting a font, try to choose one that’s appropriate for the project that you’re working on. For example, if you’re designing a logo, you’ll want to use a sans serif font.

2. If you’re not sure which font to use, experiment with different options until you find one that you like.

3. You can also use fonts to create titles and headings for your designs.

4. Be creative with your fonts and experiment with different combinations. You may be surprised at what you can come up with.

-Jen Wagner

Still unclear? You can check out Procreate’s blog post on importing fonts here.

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