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How to Use Procreate Layers

Post pobrano z: How to Use Procreate Layers

Final product image
What You’ll Be Creating

Procreate layers are a powerful tool for the digital artist—use them to separate, organize, preserve, and expand your work. There are a myriad of ways to use them, but we’ll start at the beginning with the fundamentals. Use this introduction to help you get started!

Follow along with us over on our Envato Tuts+ YouTube channel:

1. Getting Started With Procreate Layers

Step 1

If you’re unfamiliar, Procreate Layers work much like how they sound—they allow you to layer different pieces of content on top of each other, while maintaining a degree of independence. So, for example, I could draw something on one layer, and then create a new one for additional artwork. The two layers could then be moved and manipulated independently—as opposed to if they were one, dependent work in a shared space.

To reveal your Layers, tap on the Layers Icon in the upper right-hand corner of your work area.

Layers Icon

Step 2

By default, in a New Document, you’ll see two layers: Layer 1 and Background Color. Note that your selected layer is highlighted in blue.

We can create a New Layer by tapping the Plus Sign in our Layers Menu

Create a New Layer

Step 3

Swipe Left to reveal additional actions we can apply to our layers: Lock, Duplicate, and Delete.

Lock locks up the Layer so its contents are protected—you won’t be able to alter the contents until you Unlock them. You can Unlock your layers from this same location.

Duplicate creates a copy of the layer’s contents on a New Layer.

Delete deletes the selected layer. Note, if you only have one layer, you’ll see „Clear” instead of Delete, which will instead delete the layer’s contents.

Lock Duplicate and Delete Layers

Step 4

You can also rearrange your Procreate layers. To Move a Layer, Tap and Hold, and then Drag the Layer to the desired order.

Moving Layers

Step 5

Layers can also be grouped together. In this example, I have three layers. 

Swipe Right on the layers you would like to Group. Notice how the selected layers are highlighted in blue. Then, select the Group Icon in the upper right-hand corner.

Grouping Layers

Step 6

Here is what these layers look like grouped. In this example, the group is expanded, so we can see its contents. Tap on the Downwards Arrow to contract it and hide its contents.

Note that we can rearrange these layers within the group. You can also use this same method to move layers in and out of the group.

Swiping Left will give you the same Lock, Duplicate, and Delete options as you would see in a standard Procreate layer.

Example of Grouped Layers

Step 7

Procreate Layer Visibility can be Toggled On and Off via the check boxes on the right-hand side of each Layer. The same applies to Layer Groups and Layers within Groups. 

Layer Visibility

2. Layer Options in Procreate

Step 1

Tap on a layer to reveal additional options. Let’s start with some of the more straightforward ones:

  • Rename allows you to rename your layer. This is particularly useful for organizational purposes.
  • Select selects the contents of the layer.
  • Copy copies the contents of the layer. You can then paste the contents from the Actions panel. 
  • Fill Layer fills the entire layer with your active color.
  • Clear erases all of the contents of the selected layer.
  • Invert inverts your layer. So, for example, if I had a layer filled with the color black—and then I selected Invert—it would make the contents white.
  • Merge Down merges the layer down with the layer beneath it. The result is one merged layer.
  • Combine Down, on the other hand, merges the active layer and the layer beneath it into a Layer Group. 

Note, the visibility of these options can depend on the number of layers and/or their order. For example, if you only have one layer, you won’t see „Merge Down” or „Combine Down”. If you have Drawing Assist on, this can also be Toggled On or Off from these Layer Options.

Expanded Layer Options

Step 2

Now, let’s take a look at some of the more complicated options.

Alpha Lock locks the Layer’s Transparency

In this example, I have a layer called „Circle” with a purple circle in it. I then Toggled the Alpha Lock On

Now, I can draw within the purple circle area without worrying about going outside of my artwork—this is because the available drawing space has been locked to the area occupied by my original, purple circle. When I try to draw yellow lines, for example, they stay within the confines of the purple circle I’ve already drawn.

Alpha Lock

Step 3

Selecting Mask will attach a Procreate Layer Mask to the active layer. 

In this example, I’ve given the layer „Example” a Fill Color—it’s all green. Note the Layer Mask on top of it in the Layers panel, below.

When looking at the Mask Preview, the black space is hidden and the white space is visible. For example, the white dots in the Mask Preview are the only space where the green will be visible.

Layer Mask

Step 4

Procreate also has Clipping Masks, which we can access from our Layers—a similar but different way to mask your work. 

This time, as an example, create a shape of some kind on a layer of its own. 

Then, create a New Layer on top of this shape. Tap the layer preview and then select Clipping Mask. Now, this layer will act as a Clipping Mask—which means its visibility will be depending on the layer below it. 

In the example below, notice how I could not draw the red lines „outside” of the black circle. That’s because the red lines were drawn on my Clipping Mask—the layer above the black circle layer.

Procreate Clipping Mask

Step 5

Reference makes the active layer a Reference Layer. Procreate Reference Layers are often used to easily keep Line Art and Color Fills separate.

In this example, I’ve created some simple line art on a Layer I’ve called „Line Layer”. I selected Reference to make this into a Reference Layer.

Then, Create a New Layer—I’ve named it „Color Layer”. The layer above the Reference Layer is the one that will rely on said reference. So „Color Layer” is going to reference „Line Layer”.

Procreate Reference Layers make it very easy to add Fills to your Line Art while still keeping your lines independent, on their own layer. With my „Color Layer” selected, all I have to do is drag my active color into the space I’d like filled with color. 

Voila! It recognizes this space defined in my Reference Layer, yet keeps the color separate, on the above layer.

Reference Layer Example

3. Layer Opacity and Blending Modes in Procreate

Step 1

We can also alter the layer’s Blending Modes and the Procreate Layer Opacity. To view these options, click on the N that sits beside the Visibility Toggle.

Open Blending Mode and Opacity Options

Step 2

Right under our layer’s Preview, you’ll notice the Opacity Slider. 100% is full opacity, while 0% would be invisible. Procreate Layer Opacity can also be applied to Groups and Grouped Layers.

Layer Opacity

Step 3

Blending Modes affect how the layer interacts with the other Procreate layers in your composition. By default, the Blending Mode is set to Normal.

Procreate has a whole host of blending modes to try out, including: Multiply, Darken, Color Burn, Linear Burn, Darker Color, Normal, Lighten, Screen, Color Dodge, Add, Lighter Color, Overlay, Soft Light, Hard Light, Vivid Light, Linear Light, Pin Light, Hard Mix, Difference, Exclusion, Subtract, Divide, Hue, Saturation, Color, and Luminosity.

Yeah, that’s a lot! And one of the best ways to get to know blending modes is to jump right in and test them out. View them as different relationships your layers can have with one another—ways that they will literally blend with each other.

Remember, you can always set the Blending Mode back to Normal, to go back to the layer’s default look.

Let’s try a brief example. Below is some line art, on its own layer. Then, on a layer above it, there’s a solid color. Notice the difference between the same layer with different Blending Modes

On the left, the layer with the red color is set to Normal. In the middle, this same red layer is set to Lighten. On the right, this same layer’s Blending Mode is set to Multiply.

Try out the other ones too!

And There You Have It!

We’ve gone through the basics of Procreate layers. There’s plenty to experiment with and expand upon here—one of the best ways to get comfortable with Procreate layers is to jump right in and test them out! Good luck and happy drawing!

Example of Layer Application

Check Out These Premium Procreate Brushes

Looking for some new Procreate brushes to add to your collection? Check out these awesome brushes available now on Envato Elements. They would all make a wonderful addition to any illustrator’s set!

1. Shader Brushes for Procreate

This beautiful collection of 35 brushes is perfect for adding texture to your work. Test out the shaders, add hatching, and experiment with adding some noise to your work.

Shader Brushes for Procreate

2. Art Brushes for Procreate

Love real media? Try out these beautiful real media inspired brushes for Procreate. This collection of 21 brushes has so much to offer. Whether you’re looking for a little texture or a thick, painterly experience, this one is a must download.

Art Brushes for Procreate

3. Oil Paint Brushes for Procreate

Artist guerillacraft has made so many fantastic brushes—and his oil paint brush collection is no exception! 

Oil Paint Brushes for Procreate

4. Flower Touch Procreate Brushes

Isn’t this decorative brush set a treat? The preview is just the tip of the iceberg—there are over 160 different pieces to this set, including both pattern brushes and stamp brushes. Add some fun florals to your illustrative work today.

Flower Touch Procreate Brushes

5. Snow Brushes for Procreate

Whether you’re looking to add organic snowflakes to your work or to experiment with texture, this snow brush set for Procreate has a lot of content to explore. There are 16 brushes to experiment with and enjoy. Give them a try!

Snow Brushes for Procreate

Love Procreate and want to learn more? From creating and customizing brushes to illustration walk-throughs, check out these free Procreate tutorials on Envato Tuts+! Happy drawing!

How to Use Procreate Layers

Post pobrano z: How to Use Procreate Layers

Final product image
What You’ll Be Creating

Procreate layers are a powerful tool for the digital artist—use them to separate, organize, preserve, and expand your work. There are a myriad of ways to use them, but we’ll start at the beginning with the fundamentals. Use this introduction to help you get started!

Follow along with us over on our Envato Tuts+ YouTube channel:

1. Getting Started With Procreate Layers

Step 1

If you’re unfamiliar, Procreate Layers work much like how they sound—they allow you to layer different pieces of content on top of each other, while maintaining a degree of independence. So, for example, I could draw something on one layer, and then create a new one for additional artwork. The two layers could then be moved and manipulated independently—as opposed to if they were one, dependent work in a shared space.

To reveal your Layers, tap on the Layers Icon in the upper right-hand corner of your work area.

Layers Icon

Step 2

By default, in a New Document, you’ll see two layers: Layer 1 and Background Color. Note that your selected layer is highlighted in blue.

We can create a New Layer by tapping the Plus Sign in our Layers Menu

Create a New Layer

Step 3

Swipe Left to reveal additional actions we can apply to our layers: Lock, Duplicate, and Delete.

Lock locks up the Layer so its contents are protected—you won’t be able to alter the contents until you Unlock them. You can Unlock your layers from this same location.

Duplicate creates a copy of the layer’s contents on a New Layer.

Delete deletes the selected layer. Note, if you only have one layer, you’ll see „Clear” instead of Delete, which will instead delete the layer’s contents.

Lock Duplicate and Delete Layers

Step 4

You can also rearrange your Procreate layers. To Move a Layer, Tap and Hold, and then Drag the Layer to the desired order.

Moving Layers

Step 5

Layers can also be grouped together. In this example, I have three layers. 

Swipe Right on the layers you would like to Group. Notice how the selected layers are highlighted in blue. Then, select the Group Icon in the upper right-hand corner.

Grouping Layers

Step 6

Here is what these layers look like grouped. In this example, the group is expanded, so we can see its contents. Tap on the Downwards Arrow to contract it and hide its contents.

Note that we can rearrange these layers within the group. You can also use this same method to move layers in and out of the group.

Swiping Left will give you the same Lock, Duplicate, and Delete options as you would see in a standard Procreate layer.

Example of Grouped Layers

Step 7

Procreate Layer Visibility can be Toggled On and Off via the check boxes on the right-hand side of each Layer. The same applies to Layer Groups and Layers within Groups. 

Layer Visibility

2. Layer Options in Procreate

Step 1

Tap on a layer to reveal additional options. Let’s start with some of the more straightforward ones:

  • Rename allows you to rename your layer. This is particularly useful for organizational purposes.
  • Select selects the contents of the layer.
  • Copy copies the contents of the layer. You can then paste the contents from the Actions panel. 
  • Fill Layer fills the entire layer with your active color.
  • Clear erases all of the contents of the selected layer.
  • Invert inverts your layer. So, for example, if I had a layer filled with the color black—and then I selected Invert—it would make the contents white.
  • Merge Down merges the layer down with the layer beneath it. The result is one merged layer.
  • Combine Down, on the other hand, merges the active layer and the layer beneath it into a Layer Group. 

Note, the visibility of these options can depend on the number of layers and/or their order. For example, if you only have one layer, you won’t see „Merge Down” or „Combine Down”. If you have Drawing Assist on, this can also be Toggled On or Off from these Layer Options.

Expanded Layer Options

Step 2

Now, let’s take a look at some of the more complicated options.

Alpha Lock locks the Layer’s Transparency

In this example, I have a layer called „Circle” with a purple circle in it. I then Toggled the Alpha Lock On

Now, I can draw within the purple circle area without worrying about going outside of my artwork—this is because the available drawing space has been locked to the area occupied by my original, purple circle. When I try to draw yellow lines, for example, they stay within the confines of the purple circle I’ve already drawn.

Alpha Lock

Step 3

Selecting Mask will attach a Procreate Layer Mask to the active layer. 

In this example, I’ve given the layer „Example” a Fill Color—it’s all green. Note the Layer Mask on top of it in the Layers panel, below.

When looking at the Mask Preview, the black space is hidden and the white space is visible. For example, the white dots in the Mask Preview are the only space where the green will be visible.

Layer Mask

Step 4

Procreate also has Clipping Masks, which we can access from our Layers—a similar but different way to mask your work. 

This time, as an example, create a shape of some kind on a layer of its own. 

Then, create a New Layer on top of this shape. Tap the layer preview and then select Clipping Mask. Now, this layer will act as a Clipping Mask—which means its visibility will be depending on the layer below it. 

In the example below, notice how I could not draw the red lines „outside” of the black circle. That’s because the red lines were drawn on my Clipping Mask—the layer above the black circle layer.

Procreate Clipping Mask

Step 5

Reference makes the active layer a Reference Layer. Procreate Reference Layers are often used to easily keep Line Art and Color Fills separate.

In this example, I’ve created some simple line art on a Layer I’ve called „Line Layer”. I selected Reference to make this into a Reference Layer.

Then, Create a New Layer—I’ve named it „Color Layer”. The layer above the Reference Layer is the one that will rely on said reference. So „Color Layer” is going to reference „Line Layer”.

Procreate Reference Layers make it very easy to add Fills to your Line Art while still keeping your lines independent, on their own layer. With my „Color Layer” selected, all I have to do is drag my active color into the space I’d like filled with color. 

Voila! It recognizes this space defined in my Reference Layer, yet keeps the color separate, on the above layer.

Reference Layer Example

3. Layer Opacity and Blending Modes in Procreate

Step 1

We can also alter the layer’s Blending Modes and the Procreate Layer Opacity. To view these options, click on the N that sits beside the Visibility Toggle.

Open Blending Mode and Opacity Options

Step 2

Right under our layer’s Preview, you’ll notice the Opacity Slider. 100% is full opacity, while 0% would be invisible. Procreate Layer Opacity can also be applied to Groups and Grouped Layers.

Layer Opacity

Step 3

Blending Modes affect how the layer interacts with the other Procreate layers in your composition. By default, the Blending Mode is set to Normal.

Procreate has a whole host of blending modes to try out, including: Multiply, Darken, Color Burn, Linear Burn, Darker Color, Normal, Lighten, Screen, Color Dodge, Add, Lighter Color, Overlay, Soft Light, Hard Light, Vivid Light, Linear Light, Pin Light, Hard Mix, Difference, Exclusion, Subtract, Divide, Hue, Saturation, Color, and Luminosity.

Yeah, that’s a lot! And one of the best ways to get to know blending modes is to jump right in and test them out. View them as different relationships your layers can have with one another—ways that they will literally blend with each other.

Remember, you can always set the Blending Mode back to Normal, to go back to the layer’s default look.

Let’s try a brief example. Below is some line art, on its own layer. Then, on a layer above it, there’s a solid color. Notice the difference between the same layer with different Blending Modes

On the left, the layer with the red color is set to Normal. In the middle, this same red layer is set to Lighten. On the right, this same layer’s Blending Mode is set to Multiply.

Try out the other ones too!

And There You Have It!

We’ve gone through the basics of Procreate layers. There’s plenty to experiment with and expand upon here—one of the best ways to get comfortable with Procreate layers is to jump right in and test them out! Good luck and happy drawing!

Example of Layer Application

Check Out These Premium Procreate Brushes

Looking for some new Procreate brushes to add to your collection? Check out these awesome brushes available now on Envato Elements. They would all make a wonderful addition to any illustrator’s set!

1. Shader Brushes for Procreate

This beautiful collection of 35 brushes is perfect for adding texture to your work. Test out the shaders, add hatching, and experiment with adding some noise to your work.

Shader Brushes for Procreate

2. Art Brushes for Procreate

Love real media? Try out these beautiful real media inspired brushes for Procreate. This collection of 21 brushes has so much to offer. Whether you’re looking for a little texture or a thick, painterly experience, this one is a must download.

Art Brushes for Procreate

3. Oil Paint Brushes for Procreate

Artist guerillacraft has made so many fantastic brushes—and his oil paint brush collection is no exception! 

Oil Paint Brushes for Procreate

4. Flower Touch Procreate Brushes

Isn’t this decorative brush set a treat? The preview is just the tip of the iceberg—there are over 160 different pieces to this set, including both pattern brushes and stamp brushes. Add some fun florals to your illustrative work today.

Flower Touch Procreate Brushes

5. Snow Brushes for Procreate

Whether you’re looking to add organic snowflakes to your work or to experiment with texture, this snow brush set for Procreate has a lot of content to explore. There are 16 brushes to experiment with and enjoy. Give them a try!

Snow Brushes for Procreate

Love Procreate and want to learn more? From creating and customizing brushes to illustration walk-throughs, check out these free Procreate tutorials on Envato Tuts+! Happy drawing!

How to Use Procreate Layers

Post pobrano z: How to Use Procreate Layers

Final product image
What You’ll Be Creating

Procreate layers are a powerful tool for the digital artist—use them to separate, organize, preserve, and expand your work. There are a myriad of ways to use them, but we’ll start at the beginning with the fundamentals. Use this introduction to help you get started!

Follow along with us over on our Envato Tuts+ YouTube channel:

1. Getting Started With Procreate Layers

Step 1

If you’re unfamiliar, Procreate Layers work much like how they sound—they allow you to layer different pieces of content on top of each other, while maintaining a degree of independence. So, for example, I could draw something on one layer, and then create a new one for additional artwork. The two layers could then be moved and manipulated independently—as opposed to if they were one, dependent work in a shared space.

To reveal your Layers, tap on the Layers Icon in the upper right-hand corner of your work area.

Layers Icon

Step 2

By default, in a New Document, you’ll see two layers: Layer 1 and Background Color. Note that your selected layer is highlighted in blue.

We can create a New Layer by tapping the Plus Sign in our Layers Menu

Create a New Layer

Step 3

Swipe Left to reveal additional actions we can apply to our layers: Lock, Duplicate, and Delete.

Lock locks up the Layer so its contents are protected—you won’t be able to alter the contents until you Unlock them. You can Unlock your layers from this same location.

Duplicate creates a copy of the layer’s contents on a New Layer.

Delete deletes the selected layer. Note, if you only have one layer, you’ll see „Clear” instead of Delete, which will instead delete the layer’s contents.

Lock Duplicate and Delete Layers

Step 4

You can also rearrange your Procreate layers. To Move a Layer, Tap and Hold, and then Drag the Layer to the desired order.

Moving Layers

Step 5

Layers can also be grouped together. In this example, I have three layers. 

Swipe Right on the layers you would like to Group. Notice how the selected layers are highlighted in blue. Then, select the Group Icon in the upper right-hand corner.

Grouping Layers

Step 6

Here is what these layers look like grouped. In this example, the group is expanded, so we can see its contents. Tap on the Downwards Arrow to contract it and hide its contents.

Note that we can rearrange these layers within the group. You can also use this same method to move layers in and out of the group.

Swiping Left will give you the same Lock, Duplicate, and Delete options as you would see in a standard Procreate layer.

Example of Grouped Layers

Step 7

Procreate Layer Visibility can be Toggled On and Off via the check boxes on the right-hand side of each Layer. The same applies to Layer Groups and Layers within Groups. 

Layer Visibility

2. Layer Options in Procreate

Step 1

Tap on a layer to reveal additional options. Let’s start with some of the more straightforward ones:

  • Rename allows you to rename your layer. This is particularly useful for organizational purposes.
  • Select selects the contents of the layer.
  • Copy copies the contents of the layer. You can then paste the contents from the Actions panel. 
  • Fill Layer fills the entire layer with your active color.
  • Clear erases all of the contents of the selected layer.
  • Invert inverts your layer. So, for example, if I had a layer filled with the color black—and then I selected Invert—it would make the contents white.
  • Merge Down merges the layer down with the layer beneath it. The result is one merged layer.
  • Combine Down, on the other hand, merges the active layer and the layer beneath it into a Layer Group. 

Note, the visibility of these options can depend on the number of layers and/or their order. For example, if you only have one layer, you won’t see „Merge Down” or „Combine Down”. If you have Drawing Assist on, this can also be Toggled On or Off from these Layer Options.

Expanded Layer Options

Step 2

Now, let’s take a look at some of the more complicated options.

Alpha Lock locks the Layer’s Transparency

In this example, I have a layer called „Circle” with a purple circle in it. I then Toggled the Alpha Lock On

Now, I can draw within the purple circle area without worrying about going outside of my artwork—this is because the available drawing space has been locked to the area occupied by my original, purple circle. When I try to draw yellow lines, for example, they stay within the confines of the purple circle I’ve already drawn.

Alpha Lock

Step 3

Selecting Mask will attach a Procreate Layer Mask to the active layer. 

In this example, I’ve given the layer „Example” a Fill Color—it’s all green. Note the Layer Mask on top of it in the Layers panel, below.

When looking at the Mask Preview, the black space is hidden and the white space is visible. For example, the white dots in the Mask Preview are the only space where the green will be visible.

Layer Mask

Step 4

Procreate also has Clipping Masks, which we can access from our Layers—a similar but different way to mask your work. 

This time, as an example, create a shape of some kind on a layer of its own. 

Then, create a New Layer on top of this shape. Tap the layer preview and then select Clipping Mask. Now, this layer will act as a Clipping Mask—which means its visibility will be depending on the layer below it. 

In the example below, notice how I could not draw the red lines „outside” of the black circle. That’s because the red lines were drawn on my Clipping Mask—the layer above the black circle layer.

Procreate Clipping Mask

Step 5

Reference makes the active layer a Reference Layer. Procreate Reference Layers are often used to easily keep Line Art and Color Fills separate.

In this example, I’ve created some simple line art on a Layer I’ve called „Line Layer”. I selected Reference to make this into a Reference Layer.

Then, Create a New Layer—I’ve named it „Color Layer”. The layer above the Reference Layer is the one that will rely on said reference. So „Color Layer” is going to reference „Line Layer”.

Procreate Reference Layers make it very easy to add Fills to your Line Art while still keeping your lines independent, on their own layer. With my „Color Layer” selected, all I have to do is drag my active color into the space I’d like filled with color. 

Voila! It recognizes this space defined in my Reference Layer, yet keeps the color separate, on the above layer.

Reference Layer Example

3. Layer Opacity and Blending Modes in Procreate

Step 1

We can also alter the layer’s Blending Modes and the Procreate Layer Opacity. To view these options, click on the N that sits beside the Visibility Toggle.

Open Blending Mode and Opacity Options

Step 2

Right under our layer’s Preview, you’ll notice the Opacity Slider. 100% is full opacity, while 0% would be invisible. Procreate Layer Opacity can also be applied to Groups and Grouped Layers.

Layer Opacity

Step 3

Blending Modes affect how the layer interacts with the other Procreate layers in your composition. By default, the Blending Mode is set to Normal.

Procreate has a whole host of blending modes to try out, including: Multiply, Darken, Color Burn, Linear Burn, Darker Color, Normal, Lighten, Screen, Color Dodge, Add, Lighter Color, Overlay, Soft Light, Hard Light, Vivid Light, Linear Light, Pin Light, Hard Mix, Difference, Exclusion, Subtract, Divide, Hue, Saturation, Color, and Luminosity.

Yeah, that’s a lot! And one of the best ways to get to know blending modes is to jump right in and test them out. View them as different relationships your layers can have with one another—ways that they will literally blend with each other.

Remember, you can always set the Blending Mode back to Normal, to go back to the layer’s default look.

Let’s try a brief example. Below is some line art, on its own layer. Then, on a layer above it, there’s a solid color. Notice the difference between the same layer with different Blending Modes

On the left, the layer with the red color is set to Normal. In the middle, this same red layer is set to Lighten. On the right, this same layer’s Blending Mode is set to Multiply.

Try out the other ones too!

And There You Have It!

We’ve gone through the basics of Procreate layers. There’s plenty to experiment with and expand upon here—one of the best ways to get comfortable with Procreate layers is to jump right in and test them out! Good luck and happy drawing!

Example of Layer Application

Check Out These Premium Procreate Brushes

Looking for some new Procreate brushes to add to your collection? Check out these awesome brushes available now on Envato Elements. They would all make a wonderful addition to any illustrator’s set!

1. Shader Brushes for Procreate

This beautiful collection of 35 brushes is perfect for adding texture to your work. Test out the shaders, add hatching, and experiment with adding some noise to your work.

Shader Brushes for Procreate

2. Art Brushes for Procreate

Love real media? Try out these beautiful real media inspired brushes for Procreate. This collection of 21 brushes has so much to offer. Whether you’re looking for a little texture or a thick, painterly experience, this one is a must download.

Art Brushes for Procreate

3. Oil Paint Brushes for Procreate

Artist guerillacraft has made so many fantastic brushes—and his oil paint brush collection is no exception! 

Oil Paint Brushes for Procreate

4. Flower Touch Procreate Brushes

Isn’t this decorative brush set a treat? The preview is just the tip of the iceberg—there are over 160 different pieces to this set, including both pattern brushes and stamp brushes. Add some fun florals to your illustrative work today.

Flower Touch Procreate Brushes

5. Snow Brushes for Procreate

Whether you’re looking to add organic snowflakes to your work or to experiment with texture, this snow brush set for Procreate has a lot of content to explore. There are 16 brushes to experiment with and enjoy. Give them a try!

Snow Brushes for Procreate

Love Procreate and want to learn more? From creating and customizing brushes to illustration walk-throughs, check out these free Procreate tutorials on Envato Tuts+! Happy drawing!

How to Create a Glass Text Effect in Photoshop Using Layer Styles

Post pobrano z: How to Create a Glass Text Effect in Photoshop Using Layer Styles

Final product image
What You’ll Be Creating

In this quick tip tutorial, we will show you how to create a glass text effect using layer styles in Photoshop. Let’s get started!

What you will learn in this glass effect Photoshop tutorial:

  • How to create a vignette effect background in Photoshop
  • How to create a glass text effect in Photoshop
  • How to use Layer Styles to create 3D text in Photoshop

Follow along with us over on our Envato Tuts+ YouTube Channel:

Tutorial Assets

The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial:

1. How to Create a Gradient Background 

Step 1

First, create a new PSD document, 600 x 400 pixels in RGB mode, 72 DPI with a white background color. Now prepare your assets. Install The Nautigal font on your computer and optionally open the PAT file to create a background. Or you can use the Background Image instead of starting a new document, so you can skip creating the background and jump to step 3 of this tutorial.

document size

Step 2

To make the background, go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below.

You can also access the Blending Options in two faster ways. The first (and the fastest) way is to double-click on the layer in your Layers panel. The other way is to right-click on the layer in your Layers panel and choose Blending Options.

When you are done with all the settings below, don’t forget to hit OK in the Blending Options window! If you have downloaded the Patterns file, use pattern number 31. You can also leave the background without the pattern overlay or use any other pattern as the result will look great on any light background.

add inner shadow
inner shadow effect
add inner glow
add gradient overlay
gradient colors
gradient overlay effetc
If you want to move the gradient to the left, click and drag when you’re in the Layer Style panel, Gradient Overlay section.
add pattern overlay
pattern overlay affect
resize backgound
If you want, you can resize the background with Control-T.

2. How to Create a Glass Text Effect in Photoshop

Step 1

Start by creating the first text layer. Now we can start making our text effect. First, choose the Type Tool and change the Font to The Nautigal, Size around 255 pt and Anti-Aliasing Sharp. Now type your text somewhere in the center of the image. You can write any word, but in this tutorial I’ll use „Wow”.

text settings
write text

Step 2

This first text layer will be at the bottom of all the text layers. Go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below on your text.

reset fill opacity
add drop shadow
transparent text effect
add 3d effect
3d text effect

Step 3

Now let’s create and customize the second text layer.

Duplicate your text layer, and select the new text layer. Select the text layer in the Layers panel and go to Layer > Duplicate layer and name it as you wish. Now go to Layer > Layer Style > Clear Layer Style as we will make a different style for this layer. Finally, go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below on your text.

You can also use the quicker methods to access the Blending Options from „Step 2” of this tutorial. When you are done with all the settings below, don’t forget to hit OK in the Blending Options window! This text layer will be in the middle of all three text layers in your Layers panel. So for now it should be above the first one.

layer style effect
glass text effect
add glossy contour
crystal text effect

Step 4

We are almost there. Now it’s time to create and customize our third and last text layer.

Start by duplicating the second text layer. Select the text layer in the Layers panel and go to Layer > Duplicate layer and name it as you wish. Now go to Layer > Layer Style > Clear Layer Style as we will make a different style for this layer. Finally, go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below on our text.

Again, you can use the quicker methods to access the Blending Options from „Step 2” of this tutorial. When you are done with all the settings below, don’t forget to hit OK in the Blending Options window! This text layer will make most of the effects and must be on top of all other text layers.

set fill opacity
add shadow to text
text with shadow
add inner shadow with contour
glass letters effect
add glossy shine to text
shiny letters
add stroke
stroke effect

Photoshop Glass Effect Styles

If you need a glass effect for your text, you can also try one of these solutions:

Glass Text Effect Styles

Glass Text Effect Styles

Glass Pack – Text Styles

Glass Pack - Text Styles

8 Premium Glass Text Effect

8 Premium Glass Text Effect

Glass Style

Glass Style

Simple Glass Style

Glass Style

That’s All!

If you enjoyed this tutorial, check out these as well:

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How to Create a Glass Text Effect in Photoshop Using Layer Styles

Post pobrano z: How to Create a Glass Text Effect in Photoshop Using Layer Styles

Final product image
What You’ll Be Creating

In this quick tip tutorial, we will show you how to create a glass text effect using layer styles in Photoshop. Let’s get started!

What you will learn in this glass effect Photoshop tutorial:

  • How to create a vignette effect background in Photoshop
  • How to create a glass text effect in Photoshop
  • How to use Layer Styles to create 3D text in Photoshop

Follow along with us over on our Envato Tuts+ YouTube Channel:

Tutorial Assets

The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial:

1. How to Create a Gradient Background 

Step 1

First, create a new PSD document, 600 x 400 pixels in RGB mode, 72 DPI with a white background color. Now prepare your assets. Install The Nautigal font on your computer and optionally open the PAT file to create a background. Or you can use the Background Image instead of starting a new document, so you can skip creating the background and jump to step 3 of this tutorial.

document size

Step 2

To make the background, go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below.

You can also access the Blending Options in two faster ways. The first (and the fastest) way is to double-click on the layer in your Layers panel. The other way is to right-click on the layer in your Layers panel and choose Blending Options.

When you are done with all the settings below, don’t forget to hit OK in the Blending Options window! If you have downloaded the Patterns file, use pattern number 31. You can also leave the background without the pattern overlay or use any other pattern as the result will look great on any light background.

add inner shadow
inner shadow effect
add inner glow
add gradient overlay
gradient colors
gradient overlay effetc
If you want to move the gradient to the left, click and drag when you’re in the Layer Style panel, Gradient Overlay section.
add pattern overlay
pattern overlay affect
resize backgound
If you want, you can resize the background with Control-T.

2. How to Create a Glass Text Effect in Photoshop

Step 1

Start by creating the first text layer. Now we can start making our text effect. First, choose the Type Tool and change the Font to The Nautigal, Size around 255 pt and Anti-Aliasing Sharp. Now type your text somewhere in the center of the image. You can write any word, but in this tutorial I’ll use „Wow”.

text settings
write text

Step 2

This first text layer will be at the bottom of all the text layers. Go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below on your text.

reset fill opacity
add drop shadow
transparent text effect
add 3d effect
3d text effect

Step 3

Now let’s create and customize the second text layer.

Duplicate your text layer, and select the new text layer. Select the text layer in the Layers panel and go to Layer > Duplicate layer and name it as you wish. Now go to Layer > Layer Style > Clear Layer Style as we will make a different style for this layer. Finally, go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below on your text.

You can also use the quicker methods to access the Blending Options from „Step 2” of this tutorial. When you are done with all the settings below, don’t forget to hit OK in the Blending Options window! This text layer will be in the middle of all three text layers in your Layers panel. So for now it should be above the first one.

layer style effect
glass text effect
add glossy contour
crystal text effect

Step 4

We are almost there. Now it’s time to create and customize our third and last text layer.

Start by duplicating the second text layer. Select the text layer in the Layers panel and go to Layer > Duplicate layer and name it as you wish. Now go to Layer > Layer Style > Clear Layer Style as we will make a different style for this layer. Finally, go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below on our text.

Again, you can use the quicker methods to access the Blending Options from „Step 2” of this tutorial. When you are done with all the settings below, don’t forget to hit OK in the Blending Options window! This text layer will make most of the effects and must be on top of all other text layers.

set fill opacity
add shadow to text
text with shadow
add inner shadow with contour
glass letters effect
add glossy shine to text
shiny letters
add stroke
stroke effect

Photoshop Glass Effect Styles

If you need a glass effect for your text, you can also try one of these solutions:

Glass Text Effect Styles

Glass Text Effect Styles

Glass Pack – Text Styles

Glass Pack - Text Styles

8 Premium Glass Text Effect

8 Premium Glass Text Effect

Glass Style

Glass Style

Simple Glass Style

Glass Style

That’s All!

If you enjoyed this tutorial, check out these as well:

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How to Create a Glass Text Effect in Photoshop Using Layer Styles

Post pobrano z: How to Create a Glass Text Effect in Photoshop Using Layer Styles

Final product image
What You’ll Be Creating

In this quick tip tutorial, we will show you how to create a glass text effect using layer styles in Photoshop. Let’s get started!

What you will learn in this glass effect Photoshop tutorial:

  • How to create a vignette effect background in Photoshop
  • How to create a glass text effect in Photoshop
  • How to use Layer Styles to create 3D text in Photoshop

Follow along with us over on our Envato Tuts+ YouTube Channel:

Tutorial Assets

The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial:

1. How to Create a Gradient Background 

Step 1

First, create a new PSD document, 600 x 400 pixels in RGB mode, 72 DPI with a white background color. Now prepare your assets. Install The Nautigal font on your computer and optionally open the PAT file to create a background. Or you can use the Background Image instead of starting a new document, so you can skip creating the background and jump to step 3 of this tutorial.

document size

Step 2

To make the background, go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below.

You can also access the Blending Options in two faster ways. The first (and the fastest) way is to double-click on the layer in your Layers panel. The other way is to right-click on the layer in your Layers panel and choose Blending Options.

When you are done with all the settings below, don’t forget to hit OK in the Blending Options window! If you have downloaded the Patterns file, use pattern number 31. You can also leave the background without the pattern overlay or use any other pattern as the result will look great on any light background.

add inner shadow
inner shadow effect
add inner glow
add gradient overlay
gradient colors
gradient overlay effetc
If you want to move the gradient to the left, click and drag when you’re in the Layer Style panel, Gradient Overlay section.
add pattern overlay
pattern overlay affect
resize backgound
If you want, you can resize the background with Control-T.

2. How to Create a Glass Text Effect in Photoshop

Step 1

Start by creating the first text layer. Now we can start making our text effect. First, choose the Type Tool and change the Font to The Nautigal, Size around 255 pt and Anti-Aliasing Sharp. Now type your text somewhere in the center of the image. You can write any word, but in this tutorial I’ll use „Wow”.

text settings
write text

Step 2

This first text layer will be at the bottom of all the text layers. Go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below on your text.

reset fill opacity
add drop shadow
transparent text effect
add 3d effect
3d text effect

Step 3

Now let’s create and customize the second text layer.

Duplicate your text layer, and select the new text layer. Select the text layer in the Layers panel and go to Layer > Duplicate layer and name it as you wish. Now go to Layer > Layer Style > Clear Layer Style as we will make a different style for this layer. Finally, go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below on your text.

You can also use the quicker methods to access the Blending Options from „Step 2” of this tutorial. When you are done with all the settings below, don’t forget to hit OK in the Blending Options window! This text layer will be in the middle of all three text layers in your Layers panel. So for now it should be above the first one.

layer style effect
glass text effect
add glossy contour
crystal text effect

Step 4

We are almost there. Now it’s time to create and customize our third and last text layer.

Start by duplicating the second text layer. Select the text layer in the Layers panel and go to Layer > Duplicate layer and name it as you wish. Now go to Layer > Layer Style > Clear Layer Style as we will make a different style for this layer. Finally, go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below on our text.

Again, you can use the quicker methods to access the Blending Options from „Step 2” of this tutorial. When you are done with all the settings below, don’t forget to hit OK in the Blending Options window! This text layer will make most of the effects and must be on top of all other text layers.

set fill opacity
add shadow to text
text with shadow
add inner shadow with contour
glass letters effect
add glossy shine to text
shiny letters
add stroke
stroke effect

Photoshop Glass Effect Styles

If you need a glass effect for your text, you can also try one of these solutions:

Glass Text Effect Styles

Glass Text Effect Styles

Glass Pack – Text Styles

Glass Pack - Text Styles

8 Premium Glass Text Effect

8 Premium Glass Text Effect

Glass Style

Glass Style

Simple Glass Style

Glass Style

That’s All!

If you enjoyed this tutorial, check out these as well:

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How to Create a Glass Text Effect in Photoshop Using Layer Styles

Post pobrano z: How to Create a Glass Text Effect in Photoshop Using Layer Styles

Final product image
What You’ll Be Creating

In this quick tip tutorial, we will show you how to create a glass text effect using layer styles in Photoshop. Let’s get started!

What you will learn in this glass effect Photoshop tutorial:

  • How to create a vignette effect background in Photoshop
  • How to create a glass text effect in Photoshop
  • How to use Layer Styles to create 3D text in Photoshop

Follow along with us over on our Envato Tuts+ YouTube Channel:

Tutorial Assets

The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial:

1. How to Create a Gradient Background 

Step 1

First, create a new PSD document, 600 x 400 pixels in RGB mode, 72 DPI with a white background color. Now prepare your assets. Install The Nautigal font on your computer and optionally open the PAT file to create a background. Or you can use the Background Image instead of starting a new document, so you can skip creating the background and jump to step 3 of this tutorial.

document size

Step 2

To make the background, go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below.

You can also access the Blending Options in two faster ways. The first (and the fastest) way is to double-click on the layer in your Layers panel. The other way is to right-click on the layer in your Layers panel and choose Blending Options.

When you are done with all the settings below, don’t forget to hit OK in the Blending Options window! If you have downloaded the Patterns file, use pattern number 31. You can also leave the background without the pattern overlay or use any other pattern as the result will look great on any light background.

add inner shadow
inner shadow effect
add inner glow
add gradient overlay
gradient colors
gradient overlay effetc
If you want to move the gradient to the left, click and drag when you’re in the Layer Style panel, Gradient Overlay section.
add pattern overlay
pattern overlay affect
resize backgound
If you want, you can resize the background with Control-T.

2. How to Create a Glass Text Effect in Photoshop

Step 1

Start by creating the first text layer. Now we can start making our text effect. First, choose the Type Tool and change the Font to The Nautigal, Size around 255 pt and Anti-Aliasing Sharp. Now type your text somewhere in the center of the image. You can write any word, but in this tutorial I’ll use „Wow”.

text settings
write text

Step 2

This first text layer will be at the bottom of all the text layers. Go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below on your text.

reset fill opacity
add drop shadow
transparent text effect
add 3d effect
3d text effect

Step 3

Now let’s create and customize the second text layer.

Duplicate your text layer, and select the new text layer. Select the text layer in the Layers panel and go to Layer > Duplicate layer and name it as you wish. Now go to Layer > Layer Style > Clear Layer Style as we will make a different style for this layer. Finally, go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below on your text.

You can also use the quicker methods to access the Blending Options from „Step 2” of this tutorial. When you are done with all the settings below, don’t forget to hit OK in the Blending Options window! This text layer will be in the middle of all three text layers in your Layers panel. So for now it should be above the first one.

layer style effect
glass text effect
add glossy contour
crystal text effect

Step 4

We are almost there. Now it’s time to create and customize our third and last text layer.

Start by duplicating the second text layer. Select the text layer in the Layers panel and go to Layer > Duplicate layer and name it as you wish. Now go to Layer > Layer Style > Clear Layer Style as we will make a different style for this layer. Finally, go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below on our text.

Again, you can use the quicker methods to access the Blending Options from „Step 2” of this tutorial. When you are done with all the settings below, don’t forget to hit OK in the Blending Options window! This text layer will make most of the effects and must be on top of all other text layers.

set fill opacity
add shadow to text
text with shadow
add inner shadow with contour
glass letters effect
add glossy shine to text
shiny letters
add stroke
stroke effect

Photoshop Glass Effect Styles

If you need a glass effect for your text, you can also try one of these solutions:

Glass Text Effect Styles

Glass Text Effect Styles

Glass Pack – Text Styles

Glass Pack - Text Styles

8 Premium Glass Text Effect

8 Premium Glass Text Effect

Glass Style

Glass Style

Simple Glass Style

Glass Style

That’s All!

If you enjoyed this tutorial, check out these as well:

create glass text effect photoshop

How to Create a Glass Text Effect in Photoshop Using Layer Styles

Post pobrano z: How to Create a Glass Text Effect in Photoshop Using Layer Styles

Final product image
What You’ll Be Creating

In this quick tip tutorial, we will show you how to create a glass text effect using layer styles in Photoshop. Let’s get started!

What you will learn in this glass effect Photoshop tutorial:

  • How to create a vignette effect background in Photoshop
  • How to create a glass text effect in Photoshop
  • How to use Layer Styles to create 3D text in Photoshop

Follow along with us over on our Envato Tuts+ YouTube Channel:

Tutorial Assets

The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial:

1. How to Create a Gradient Background 

Step 1

First, create a new PSD document, 600 x 400 pixels in RGB mode, 72 DPI with a white background color. Now prepare your assets. Install The Nautigal font on your computer and optionally open the PAT file to create a background. Or you can use the Background Image instead of starting a new document, so you can skip creating the background and jump to step 3 of this tutorial.

document size

Step 2

To make the background, go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below.

You can also access the Blending Options in two faster ways. The first (and the fastest) way is to double-click on the layer in your Layers panel. The other way is to right-click on the layer in your Layers panel and choose Blending Options.

When you are done with all the settings below, don’t forget to hit OK in the Blending Options window! If you have downloaded the Patterns file, use pattern number 31. You can also leave the background without the pattern overlay or use any other pattern as the result will look great on any light background.

add inner shadow
inner shadow effect
add inner glow
add gradient overlay
gradient colors
gradient overlay effetc
If you want to move the gradient to the left, click and drag when you’re in the Layer Style panel, Gradient Overlay section.
add pattern overlay
pattern overlay affect
resize backgound
If you want, you can resize the background with Control-T.

2. How to Create a Glass Text Effect in Photoshop

Step 1

Start by creating the first text layer. Now we can start making our text effect. First, choose the Type Tool and change the Font to The Nautigal, Size around 255 pt and Anti-Aliasing Sharp. Now type your text somewhere in the center of the image. You can write any word, but in this tutorial I’ll use „Wow”.

text settings
write text

Step 2

This first text layer will be at the bottom of all the text layers. Go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below on your text.

reset fill opacity
add drop shadow
transparent text effect
add 3d effect
3d text effect

Step 3

Now let’s create and customize the second text layer.

Duplicate your text layer, and select the new text layer. Select the text layer in the Layers panel and go to Layer > Duplicate layer and name it as you wish. Now go to Layer > Layer Style > Clear Layer Style as we will make a different style for this layer. Finally, go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below on your text.

You can also use the quicker methods to access the Blending Options from „Step 2” of this tutorial. When you are done with all the settings below, don’t forget to hit OK in the Blending Options window! This text layer will be in the middle of all three text layers in your Layers panel. So for now it should be above the first one.

layer style effect
glass text effect
add glossy contour
crystal text effect

Step 4

We are almost there. Now it’s time to create and customize our third and last text layer.

Start by duplicating the second text layer. Select the text layer in the Layers panel and go to Layer > Duplicate layer and name it as you wish. Now go to Layer > Layer Style > Clear Layer Style as we will make a different style for this layer. Finally, go to Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options and use the settings below on our text.

Again, you can use the quicker methods to access the Blending Options from „Step 2” of this tutorial. When you are done with all the settings below, don’t forget to hit OK in the Blending Options window! This text layer will make most of the effects and must be on top of all other text layers.

set fill opacity
add shadow to text
text with shadow
add inner shadow with contour
glass letters effect
add glossy shine to text
shiny letters
add stroke
stroke effect

Photoshop Glass Effect Styles

If you need a glass effect for your text, you can also try one of these solutions:

Glass Text Effect Styles

Glass Text Effect Styles

Glass Pack – Text Styles

Glass Pack - Text Styles

8 Premium Glass Text Effect

8 Premium Glass Text Effect

Glass Style

Glass Style

Simple Glass Style

Glass Style

That’s All!

If you enjoyed this tutorial, check out these as well:

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34 Stylish Vintage Fonts

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Before the birth of modern technology, designers specialized in exquisite hand lettering, which gave us a legacy of amazing vintage font styles to draw from today. 

Vintage Font
One of the cool retro vintage fonts found at Envato Elements

In honour of these retro styles of times past, today we feature 34 of the best vintage fonts from Envato Elements and GraphicRiver.

If you’re inspired by our collection but need a more customised approach to vintage fonts, why not enlist the help of the professional designers at Envato Studio to create a retro vintage font just for you!

Unlimited Vintage Font Downloads at Envato Elements

Vintage Fonts

Envato Elements distinguishes itself by providing thousands of the best vintage fonts by the most talented designers in the field, but what makes this service outstanding is that you can also download as many vintage font styles as you want, as often as you want, for one flat monthly fee. 

Unbelievable, right? One low monthly fee = unlimited access to the best vintage fonts available on the internet today. What’s more, that monthly fee also allows you to access thousands of other premium digital assets like logos, graphic templates, mockups, photos, business card templates, and much more. It doesn’t get better than that!

Let’s take a look at some of the awesome retro vintage font offerings you can expect from Envato Elements. 

1. Hemingwar Font

Vintage Font

Ernest Hemingway’s legacy is truly felt with this incredible hand-crafted font. The Hemingwar typeface features a warm, approachable aesthetic, inspired by Hemingway’s adventurous life that started from humble beginnings. So start your own creative journey with this exceptional vintage cursive font.

2. Black Jack

Vintage Font

This font combines elements of both vintage script fonts and vintage serif fonts to create a truly eye-catching look. Inspired by the old-style typefaces on posters, packaging, and labels from the 19th century, the font collection offers more than 400 glyphs with many stylistic characters, alternative characters, swashes, and ligatures, as well as multi-lingual support. 

3. Stiquez Font

Vintage Font

Get a classic retro typeface when you use the divine Stiquez font. With an extraordinary serif design, this vintage serif font features all the characters you need to complete any retro design. Use it for shop signs and more, or include it as the perfect addition to any retro style logo. 

4. Westerdams

Vintage Font

Another vintage serif font you won’t be able to resist, Westerdams is a bold hand-crafted calligraphy font that has a medieval feeling. The collection offers upper and lowercase Latin alphabet, numbers, and punctuation. A great vintage cursive font to use for cover art on books, albums, games, posters, etc.

5. Frankest

Vintage Font

This vintage script font is great for T-shirts, logotypes, headlines, posters, and other projects with a vintage feel. The font is offered in lower and uppercase Latin alphabet. 

6. Vintage Legends

Vintage Font

Looking for vintage sign fonts to bring that 50s vibe to your next project? Then you’ve got to download Vintage Legends, a vintage script font that offers a wide range of customisation features like stylistic sets, alternates, swashes, and ligatures. 

7. Aurellia Vintage Font

Vintage Font

Aurellia is a hand-crafted vintage script font inspired by retro lettering. A great choice for those looking for a vintage postcard font or an eye-catching font for lettering and logotypes, labels, T-shirts, product packaging, invitations, etc. Aurellia comes with upper and lowercase Latin characters, punctuation, numerals, and a variety of glyphs you can use to customise your look.

8. Jibril – Vintage Style Font

Vintage Font

Explore your love of retro design with this amazing vintage lettering font. This typeface includes a custom vintage font with four amazing styles. Use it in its regular form, or experiment with the grunge and inline versions for more options. 

9. Soft Vintage Scandinavian Decor Font

Vintage Font

A vintage cursive font for crafting and other creative projects, this typeface borrows from the Scandinavian lettering tradition. It comes in bother regular and bold styles in uppercase Latin characters. 

10. Atara – Vintage Style Font

Vintage Font

Create an epic movie title for your historical film with the gorgeous Atara font. A custom vintage sign font available in four styles, this font features a decorative design with unique character details. Get access to two font formats compatible with any industry standard software.

11. Vintage Modern Fonts

Vintage Font

This incredible bundle of vintage lettering fonts contains three different typefaces inspired by retro design. Two of the fonts feature a round design with smooth and round edges, while the third combines a classic vintage feel with modern digital lines.

12. Rolla Font

Vintage Font

Looking for bold vintage sign fonts. There’s no font quite like the elaborate Rolla font. Make your designs stand out with an exquisite typeface that features four custom styles. Incorporate grunge into your designs for that awesome weathered look, or keep things simple with the bold and regular alternatives. 

13. Lawless Font

Vintage Font

Set the laws of design with the awesome Lawless font. Inspired by early American wood types from the 1800s, this vintage lettering font is bold and brash and ideal for any western aesthetic. Included in this file are four different styles you can easily mix together.

14. Fibre – Vintage Font

Vintage Font

Font designers pride themselves on creating typefaces with wonderful details. And the Fibre font is certainly no different! In this handwritten vintage sign font, each character is uniquely designed with different levels of noise for added texture.

15. Troupe Font

Vintage Font

Enjoy a classic font family with this amazing Troupe download. A vintage postcard font inspired by retro posters, this typeface features six different weights along with four different styles. Available in two convenient formats, this file also supports over 370 characters.

16. Bistro Font

Vintage Font

Want to go for a coffee? Then check out this awesome Bistro font for a refreshing, vintage design. Inspired by the chill vibes of any local cafe, this vintage lettering font features a quirky feel with over 50 bonus glyphs. With three font weights and fill options available, you’ll be getting several incredible goodies in one convenient download!

17. Forbes

Vintage Font

Looking for a vintage tattoo font to create your own unique lettering? Forbes is the font you’ve been looking for. This Victorian hand-crafted typeface combines modern and classic typography with some awesome alternates. Also a great choice for those looking for awesome vintage sign fonts.

18. Almeda

Vintage Font

Almeda is a super cool vintage postcard font featuring uppercase and lowercase Latin characters, numbers, punctuation, multi-lingual characters, and alternates. This stylish font would look great on greeting cards, posters, and large-scale artwork. Give it a try. 

19. Figuera Variable Fonts

Vintage Font

Figuera is a vintage serif fonts that offers loads of variety and flexibility. The collection contains 15 different fonts of different weights and widths that can be combined to create your very own unique look. 

20. Napoleon Vintage Typeface

Vintage Font

Capture the Napoleonic spirit with this vintage lettering font inspired by the man himself. The collection contains eight styles: regular, grunge, inline, inline grunge, inline shadow, inline shadow grunge, shadow, and shadow grunge. Could also be a great option for those looking for a cool vintage tattoo font.

More Premium Vintage Font Styles From GraphicRiver

Vintage Font

GraphicRiver is another service that offers thousands of premium retro vintage fonts. But it works differently from Envato Elements. 

While Elements is the best source when you want to buy many fonts and other resources, GraphicRiver is better for those who are on a budget and only want to buy one font set at a time. 

So if you’re interested in purchasing just one font instead of experimenting with several, then Graphic River may be a better choice for you. You can download a single font for one-time use for a low fee. Let’s take a look at some of the best vintage fonts available.

21. The Poisoned Heart

Vintage Font

Not quite a vintage baseball font but close enough, The Poisoned Heart is a gorgeous vintage cursive font that will bring a touch of style to your next design project. This lovely font features upper and lower-case Latin characters, numbers, and punctuation, as well as 76 alternates and ten ligatures. Enough variety to create your own unique look. 

22. Motherline Vintage Font

Vintage Font

Decorate your designs with this beautiful vintage script font. Motherline is a monoline vintage typeface inspired by beautiful hand lettering. Included with this font are over 650 glyphs that support multi-lingual characters.

23. Heubeul Vintage Typeface

Vintage Font

Get that handmade feel with the incredible Heubeul vintage postcard font. Crafted from hand-drawn letters, this font features a full set of letters, numbers, and punctuation. Textured with incredible detail, this font works well with any vintage-inspired project.

24. Sinara Font

Vintage Font

The Victorian era of design featured stunning serif typefaces with exceptional details. And the wonderful Sinara font is inspired by that very era. Featuring letters, numbers, and punctuation, this vintage serif font has all the elements you need for amazing vintage logos.

25. Vanillate Font Duo

Vintage Font

This delicious vintage script font will have you craving something sweet! The Vanillate font duo features a unique monoline script typeface with two styles of monoline. Download this font today to get access to 15 bonus logo templates with a variety of food themes. 

26. Sakra Font Duo

Vintage Font

Talented font creators often pull a modern twist to retro vintage font design. And the Sakra font duo is a clever mixture of both old and new. Designed with curvy script letters and gorgeous swash details, this vintage script font includes all the letters, numbers, and symbols you need! 

27. Trincha Typeface

Vintage Font

Enjoy the grunge aesthetics of this custom hand-painted font. Inspired by the Portuguese word for the kind of brush used on vintage signs, this vintage sign font features a sans-serif design with bold letters. Download this file today and use the lowercase version for a more distressed look.

28. Moyers Typeface

Vintage Font

This old-fashioned typeface is certainly not out of style! The Moyers font features an elegant vintage design perfect for recreating old signs. Use it in combination with other vintage lettering fonts as an incredible addition to any poster design. 

29. Vintage Font Bundle

Vintage Font

Get seven incredible vintage font styles for one amazing price! This bundle features premium quality fonts inspired by a variety of retro eras. It includes awesome fonts like Aliva, Backster, and more, and it’s perfect for any vintage project.

30. Blnc Vintage Font 

Vintage Font

Old western movies provide great inspiration for modern designers. And this incredible vintage sign font proves that with old western-inspired lettering perfect for any wanted poster. Use this font for your logos, headers, and more and enjoy access to two different font files.

31. Moonface Script Font

Vintage Font

A flowing vintage script font with lovely swashes, Moonface Script font looks great on any coffee shop window! It’s based on a 20th century packaging typo and features a classic retro feel. With a full set of ligatures, alternatives, and swashes at your fingertips, you’ll be fully prepared with this amazing download.

32. Stanley Typeface

Vintage Font

Bold and straightforward, this Stanley typeface is sure to grab your attention. Inspired by old school lettering, this font features a mix of sharp and curvy ornamental edges that might suit those looking for a vintage tattoo font or vintage sign fonts. 

33. Adrena Typeface

Vintage Font

An incredible mix of drama and elegance, this Adrena typeface just screams retro vintage font design. Included in this font file are upper and lowercase letters, numbers, and additional swashes for more detail. Download this font today for a one-of-a-kind vintage typeface.

34. Bronx Shoes Custom Font

Vintage Font

Take a trip to the Bronx with this custom handwritten typeface. Inspired by vintage signs you’d see in the city, this font includes two versions and several formats. Enjoy the regular font style or upgrade your designs with the clean outlined version. 

Choose Your Favourite Vintage Font Style Today

This list is jam-packed with exciting resources for the avid designer
familiar with OpenType and more. If you need additional
help creating a custom vintage font design, then enlist the skills of a talented
professional by choosing one of the amazing designers from Envato Studio.

With thousands of exceptional retro vintage fonts to choose from, chances are we’ve missed a few to add to your personal collection. Be sure to browse Envato Market and Envato Elements for more resources, and if you want more information on other terrific font styles, check out these really helpful articles below: 

34 Stylish Vintage Fonts

Post pobrano z: 34 Stylish Vintage Fonts

Before the birth of modern technology, designers specialized in exquisite hand lettering, which gave us a legacy of amazing vintage font styles to draw from today. 

Vintage Font
One of the cool retro vintage fonts found at Envato Elements

In honour of these retro styles of times past, today we feature 34 of the best vintage fonts from Envato Elements and GraphicRiver.

If you’re inspired by our collection but need a more customised approach to vintage fonts, why not enlist the help of the professional designers at Envato Studio to create a retro vintage font just for you!

Unlimited Vintage Font Downloads at Envato Elements

Vintage Fonts

Envato Elements distinguishes itself by providing thousands of the best vintage fonts by the most talented designers in the field, but what makes this service outstanding is that you can also download as many vintage font styles as you want, as often as you want, for one flat monthly fee. 

Unbelievable, right? One low monthly fee = unlimited access to the best vintage fonts available on the internet today. What’s more, that monthly fee also allows you to access thousands of other premium digital assets like logos, graphic templates, mockups, photos, business card templates, and much more. It doesn’t get better than that!

Let’s take a look at some of the awesome retro vintage font offerings you can expect from Envato Elements. 

1. Hemingwar Font

Vintage Font

Ernest Hemingway’s legacy is truly felt with this incredible hand-crafted font. The Hemingwar typeface features a warm, approachable aesthetic, inspired by Hemingway’s adventurous life that started from humble beginnings. So start your own creative journey with this exceptional vintage cursive font.

2. Black Jack

Vintage Font

This font combines elements of both vintage script fonts and vintage serif fonts to create a truly eye-catching look. Inspired by the old-style typefaces on posters, packaging, and labels from the 19th century, the font collection offers more than 400 glyphs with many stylistic characters, alternative characters, swashes, and ligatures, as well as multi-lingual support. 

3. Stiquez Font

Vintage Font

Get a classic retro typeface when you use the divine Stiquez font. With an extraordinary serif design, this vintage serif font features all the characters you need to complete any retro design. Use it for shop signs and more, or include it as the perfect addition to any retro style logo. 

4. Westerdams

Vintage Font

Another vintage serif font you won’t be able to resist, Westerdams is a bold hand-crafted calligraphy font that has a medieval feeling. The collection offers upper and lowercase Latin alphabet, numbers, and punctuation. A great vintage cursive font to use for cover art on books, albums, games, posters, etc.

5. Frankest

Vintage Font

This vintage script font is great for T-shirts, logotypes, headlines, posters, and other projects with a vintage feel. The font is offered in lower and uppercase Latin alphabet. 

6. Vintage Legends

Vintage Font

Looking for vintage sign fonts to bring that 50s vibe to your next project? Then you’ve got to download Vintage Legends, a vintage script font that offers a wide range of customisation features like stylistic sets, alternates, swashes, and ligatures. 

7. Aurellia Vintage Font

Vintage Font

Aurellia is a hand-crafted vintage script font inspired by retro lettering. A great choice for those looking for a vintage postcard font or an eye-catching font for lettering and logotypes, labels, T-shirts, product packaging, invitations, etc. Aurellia comes with upper and lowercase Latin characters, punctuation, numerals, and a variety of glyphs you can use to customise your look.

8. Jibril – Vintage Style Font

Vintage Font

Explore your love of retro design with this amazing vintage lettering font. This typeface includes a custom vintage font with four amazing styles. Use it in its regular form, or experiment with the grunge and inline versions for more options. 

9. Soft Vintage Scandinavian Decor Font

Vintage Font

A vintage cursive font for crafting and other creative projects, this typeface borrows from the Scandinavian lettering tradition. It comes in bother regular and bold styles in uppercase Latin characters. 

10. Atara – Vintage Style Font

Vintage Font

Create an epic movie title for your historical film with the gorgeous Atara font. A custom vintage sign font available in four styles, this font features a decorative design with unique character details. Get access to two font formats compatible with any industry standard software.

11. Vintage Modern Fonts

Vintage Font

This incredible bundle of vintage lettering fonts contains three different typefaces inspired by retro design. Two of the fonts feature a round design with smooth and round edges, while the third combines a classic vintage feel with modern digital lines.

12. Rolla Font

Vintage Font

Looking for bold vintage sign fonts. There’s no font quite like the elaborate Rolla font. Make your designs stand out with an exquisite typeface that features four custom styles. Incorporate grunge into your designs for that awesome weathered look, or keep things simple with the bold and regular alternatives. 

13. Lawless Font

Vintage Font

Set the laws of design with the awesome Lawless font. Inspired by early American wood types from the 1800s, this vintage lettering font is bold and brash and ideal for any western aesthetic. Included in this file are four different styles you can easily mix together.

14. Fibre – Vintage Font

Vintage Font

Font designers pride themselves on creating typefaces with wonderful details. And the Fibre font is certainly no different! In this handwritten vintage sign font, each character is uniquely designed with different levels of noise for added texture.

15. Troupe Font

Vintage Font

Enjoy a classic font family with this amazing Troupe download. A vintage postcard font inspired by retro posters, this typeface features six different weights along with four different styles. Available in two convenient formats, this file also supports over 370 characters.

16. Bistro Font

Vintage Font

Want to go for a coffee? Then check out this awesome Bistro font for a refreshing, vintage design. Inspired by the chill vibes of any local cafe, this vintage lettering font features a quirky feel with over 50 bonus glyphs. With three font weights and fill options available, you’ll be getting several incredible goodies in one convenient download!

17. Forbes

Vintage Font

Looking for a vintage tattoo font to create your own unique lettering? Forbes is the font you’ve been looking for. This Victorian hand-crafted typeface combines modern and classic typography with some awesome alternates. Also a great choice for those looking for awesome vintage sign fonts.

18. Almeda

Vintage Font

Almeda is a super cool vintage postcard font featuring uppercase and lowercase Latin characters, numbers, punctuation, multi-lingual characters, and alternates. This stylish font would look great on greeting cards, posters, and large-scale artwork. Give it a try. 

19. Figuera Variable Fonts

Vintage Font

Figuera is a vintage serif fonts that offers loads of variety and flexibility. The collection contains 15 different fonts of different weights and widths that can be combined to create your very own unique look. 

20. Napoleon Vintage Typeface

Vintage Font

Capture the Napoleonic spirit with this vintage lettering font inspired by the man himself. The collection contains eight styles: regular, grunge, inline, inline grunge, inline shadow, inline shadow grunge, shadow, and shadow grunge. Could also be a great option for those looking for a cool vintage tattoo font.

More Premium Vintage Font Styles From GraphicRiver

Vintage Font

GraphicRiver is another service that offers thousands of premium retro vintage fonts. But it works differently from Envato Elements. 

While Elements is the best source when you want to buy many fonts and other resources, GraphicRiver is better for those who are on a budget and only want to buy one font set at a time. 

So if you’re interested in purchasing just one font instead of experimenting with several, then Graphic River may be a better choice for you. You can download a single font for one-time use for a low fee. Let’s take a look at some of the best vintage fonts available.

21. The Poisoned Heart

Vintage Font

Not quite a vintage baseball font but close enough, The Poisoned Heart is a gorgeous vintage cursive font that will bring a touch of style to your next design project. This lovely font features upper and lower-case Latin characters, numbers, and punctuation, as well as 76 alternates and ten ligatures. Enough variety to create your own unique look. 

22. Motherline Vintage Font

Vintage Font

Decorate your designs with this beautiful vintage script font. Motherline is a monoline vintage typeface inspired by beautiful hand lettering. Included with this font are over 650 glyphs that support multi-lingual characters.

23. Heubeul Vintage Typeface

Vintage Font

Get that handmade feel with the incredible Heubeul vintage postcard font. Crafted from hand-drawn letters, this font features a full set of letters, numbers, and punctuation. Textured with incredible detail, this font works well with any vintage-inspired project.

24. Sinara Font

Vintage Font

The Victorian era of design featured stunning serif typefaces with exceptional details. And the wonderful Sinara font is inspired by that very era. Featuring letters, numbers, and punctuation, this vintage serif font has all the elements you need for amazing vintage logos.

25. Vanillate Font Duo

Vintage Font

This delicious vintage script font will have you craving something sweet! The Vanillate font duo features a unique monoline script typeface with two styles of monoline. Download this font today to get access to 15 bonus logo templates with a variety of food themes. 

26. Sakra Font Duo

Vintage Font

Talented font creators often pull a modern twist to retro vintage font design. And the Sakra font duo is a clever mixture of both old and new. Designed with curvy script letters and gorgeous swash details, this vintage script font includes all the letters, numbers, and symbols you need! 

27. Trincha Typeface

Vintage Font

Enjoy the grunge aesthetics of this custom hand-painted font. Inspired by the Portuguese word for the kind of brush used on vintage signs, this vintage sign font features a sans-serif design with bold letters. Download this file today and use the lowercase version for a more distressed look.

28. Moyers Typeface

Vintage Font

This old-fashioned typeface is certainly not out of style! The Moyers font features an elegant vintage design perfect for recreating old signs. Use it in combination with other vintage lettering fonts as an incredible addition to any poster design. 

29. Vintage Font Bundle

Vintage Font

Get seven incredible vintage font styles for one amazing price! This bundle features premium quality fonts inspired by a variety of retro eras. It includes awesome fonts like Aliva, Backster, and more, and it’s perfect for any vintage project.

30. Blnc Vintage Font 

Vintage Font

Old western movies provide great inspiration for modern designers. And this incredible vintage sign font proves that with old western-inspired lettering perfect for any wanted poster. Use this font for your logos, headers, and more and enjoy access to two different font files.

31. Moonface Script Font

Vintage Font

A flowing vintage script font with lovely swashes, Moonface Script font looks great on any coffee shop window! It’s based on a 20th century packaging typo and features a classic retro feel. With a full set of ligatures, alternatives, and swashes at your fingertips, you’ll be fully prepared with this amazing download.

32. Stanley Typeface

Vintage Font

Bold and straightforward, this Stanley typeface is sure to grab your attention. Inspired by old school lettering, this font features a mix of sharp and curvy ornamental edges that might suit those looking for a vintage tattoo font or vintage sign fonts. 

33. Adrena Typeface

Vintage Font

An incredible mix of drama and elegance, this Adrena typeface just screams retro vintage font design. Included in this font file are upper and lowercase letters, numbers, and additional swashes for more detail. Download this font today for a one-of-a-kind vintage typeface.

34. Bronx Shoes Custom Font

Vintage Font

Take a trip to the Bronx with this custom handwritten typeface. Inspired by vintage signs you’d see in the city, this font includes two versions and several formats. Enjoy the regular font style or upgrade your designs with the clean outlined version. 

Choose Your Favourite Vintage Font Style Today

This list is jam-packed with exciting resources for the avid designer
familiar with OpenType and more. If you need additional
help creating a custom vintage font design, then enlist the skills of a talented
professional by choosing one of the amazing designers from Envato Studio.

With thousands of exceptional retro vintage fonts to choose from, chances are we’ve missed a few to add to your personal collection. Be sure to browse Envato Market and Envato Elements for more resources, and if you want more information on other terrific font styles, check out these really helpful articles below: