This style is inspired by @stefankunz & @ipadlettering, I tried to figure out how they do it and came up with a similar effect using only procreate default brushes, and since I was asked how I achieved this look by a great many people, here’s the Tutorial for it.

This is done on an iPad Pro 9.7 in the Procreate App, using the Apple Pencil.

this post was originally published on medium

I was fourteen when I met the love of my life. Words and I had known each other forever. But we only had realized that we were a match two years prior, when I first realized that bending and blending and sorting and jumbling and putting together and tearing apart were things I really liked to do to words and sentences.
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I know as a beginner, especially when you’re not really sure if Calligraphy is really your thing any kind of investment is worth one or two thoughts. You don’t want to spend a ton of money, unless you’re sure. So what route should you go? Get everything cheap? Get everything good, so you really know it’s not the tools that are bad? Here’s a – slightly opinionated – post where saving is fine and when splurging might make a really big difference.

This time I promise to cut myself short!

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Device: iPad Pro, 9.7”
Stylus: Apple Pencil
Brushes used: More V & Mono Smooth – both available for free on my website. & Soft Airbrush, a default brush.

A quick video of my shadow process, if you would like a tutorial with instructions, let me know.