Here is a cute trick or treat hand lettering practice worksheet! The goal is to practice two fonts styles and mix them together to create a colorful printable. You can use this Trick or Treat hand lettering printable on your iPad or with your favorite brush pens. Keep reading to learn what brush pens to use and to download the printables.
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Trick or Treat Hand Lettering Printable (PDF):
My favorite brush pens to practice lettering are the Tombow Dual Brush Pens. Use the brush pens for the script letters. To create thick lines put more pressure on the pen and put less pressure on the brush pen to create a thin line.
For the uppercase letters, I recommend the Tombow TwinTone pens. Use the thin side of the brush to outline the words with red, brown, and yellow (fall colors) to create a beautiful effect on the letters. You can also try practicing with regular markers to see and feel the difference between different brush pens.
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Trick or Treat Hand Lettering Printable (PROCREATE APP):
My favorite brush bundle to use for iPad lettering is the Procreate Mega Bundle. Other awesome places to find brushes for the Procreate app are the Creative Market, Design Bundles, and The Hungry JPEG. If you are looking for free brushes, try the brushes from iPad Lettering and Missy Meyer.
If you are a Windows user, try using these printables in the apps Concepts and Sketchable.
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