Lettering Practice Worksheets: Printable + Procreate File
This is the second set of lettering practice worksheets for this year, and this set has a sweet & elegant lettering style.
One of my goals for 2018 is to improve my hand lettering and to help crush this goal I am posting new lettering worksheets with a different style each month. I’m also including a Procreate file for those of you that prefer to letter on the iPad! Follow me on Instagram to join me on this lettering journey and use the hashtag #CrushLetterGoals. I’d love to see your lettering and cheer you on!
New Facebook Group + Free Procreate Brush!
Join my new Facebook group, called the KSC Lettering Tribe! I’ll be creating bonus worksheets (flourishes, banners, etc.) for members of the group. Why did I create a Facebook group? I want to create a community of creatives that inspire one another, share advice, and crush lettering goals together. If you want to improve your lettering, get inspired,and make friends, then join the lettering tribe!
Now, for the free Procreate brush: I have created a brush that is PERFECT for these lettering worksheets. If you want this free brush, simply join the lettering tribe.
If you’d like to download my previous worksheets, you can find them here.
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These sheets are great for practicing lettering with a brush pen such as the Tombow Dual Brush Pen or Tombow Fudenosuke Pen. If you are new to lettering, I would recommend you use the Tombow Fudenosuke Pen to practice with before upgrading to the dual brush pens. Trust me! It will be so much easier to letter with the dual brush pens AFTER you have learned with the Fudenosuke pen.
I’d also recommend you use tracing paper. I like to practice with tracing paper so that I only have to print the worksheets once and then practice as much as I want using tracing paper.
Download Practice Sheets:
Note: If you’re not able to download and open the Proceate file using your iPad (make sure to use Safari to try downloading first), you will have to first download the file on a computer and email the file to yourself or save to a Cloud service, such as iCloud Drive or Dropbox, and then import it to Procreate using your iPad.
* Don’t know how to use the Procreate file? Click here for instructions.
- The worksheets are Copyright © 2018 Kelly Sugar Crafts, and are for personal use only. Do not copy, modify, or alter files in any way. Do not redistribute or sell. Not for commercial use.
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