Do you need help understanding how to set up Wacom brush settings for urban hand lettering, or maybe for hand lettering in general? Today we will be looking at the Wacom tablet hand lettering settings with this how to video.
It is a short walk through illustrating the settings that I personally use when I create urban hand lettering with my Wacom Tablet, as well as showing you what the individual brush settings effect regarding your hand lettering strokes.

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Before we get into this, remember Tuesdays are when I upload longer tutorials, Sundays are quick tips.

The aim of this video is to help you understand Wacom settings a little bit better than you already do, and to help you create some dope hand lettering, urban in style or not, and to help you become comfortable with the Wacom in your design work.

We will be looking at:
– The angle of the brush pen nib for hand lettering
– The weight of the stroke relevant to your work
– How the pressure setting can effect your stoke and hand lettering
– And how thin your nib should be specifically for urban hand lettering

My Wacom hand lettering brush settings for this video are based around a marker pen nib. You have all seen the marker pen tips, I wanted my brush to resemble this style of nib to give an urban hand lettering effect. I work in Adobe Illustrator mainly, but these are not just Wacom brush settings for Illustrator, they can be used across the board.

The brush pen settings for your Wacom may be a bit confusing or daunting at first, but with this quick tips video, you will be able to understand the fundamentals and basics for setting up the Wacom for hand lettering. So I do hope that even if it is a short tip video, it offers help with Wacom settings and you know how to use Wacom for hand lettering.

My urban hand lettering brush settings are specific as I mentioned, and I used them to create the ‘ruse’ typography design that you can find in my playlists linked below.

This video is only 2 minutes in length but that is all you need to understand the Wacom brush settings for hand lettering. So if you came here specifically looking for how to set up Wacom for hand lettering, you’re in luck!

Let me know if you have any further queries regarding the Wacom brush settings for hand lettering or urban hand lettering, and I’ll try my best to address what issues you may have on how to use Wacom

So I hope this helps you to set up your brush for urban hand lettering with the Wacom, remember to subscribe for weekly speed art videos and tutorials, comment like share and subscribe 🙂

Any ideas for future videos?? Comment in the comment section and I will look into it.

Music by Joakim Karud

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