3 Free Fonts for Personal/Commercial Use: Mudcloth, Ivory, and Flourish

3 Free Fonts for Personal/Commercial Use: Mudcloth, Ivory, and Flourish

I’ve always been one of those annoyingly picky people who wants to customize EVERYTHING.  So naturally, every time I find a font I like, I want it to be just a little different.  I started making my own fonts a few years ago, and finally have a set that I’m really happy with.  I wanted to share all three with you all as a free download (for personal or commercial use)!  If you use them, you don’t have to credit me every time, but I would absolutely love to see what you make with them, so pretty please tag me on Instagram or Facebook @lizkohlerbrown

If you’re not sure how to use downloaded fonts on your iPad, check out this quick tutorial:

The first is an all caps mudcloth/Thai weaving inspired font.  The font has a combination of patterns and open block letters, so its great for a bold heading.  Click to download the Mudcloth Font

The second font is a lightweight airy font with some playful lettering variations.  It has upper and lower case letters, so it’s great for a variety of uses.  Click to Download the Ivory Font 

The third font is inspired by circus style vintage posters.  I’ve been looking for a font like this for years that had soft rather than hard pointy edges, so finally just broke down and made it!  It’s an all caps font, so it’s perfect for headers and titles. Click to Download the Flourish Font

If you want to learn how to create your own fonts, check out my class on how to design unique fonts on your iPad:

Combining Lettering and Illustration in Procreate

In this class you’ll learn all the steps for combining lettering and illustration to create compositions that both tell a story and are visually interesting!

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Illustrating with Layered Texture & Color

Learn how to use layered texture and color to add depth and visual interest to your illustrations.  We’ll look at how to create overall textures, how to use texture to create highlights and shading, and how to use single and multi colored texture to bring out warm and cool tones in your illustrations.

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Design a Pattern Collection on Your iPad

Learn how to design a pattern collection on your iPad from start to finish.  I’ll show you options for making your repeat elements in both Procreate and Affinity designer, so you can choose which option works best for you!

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70s Lettering

Learn how to create 70s style hand lettering and decoration from start to finish.  We’ll cover everything you need to know to add the kind of bold color, drastic variation, and playful decorations that were so popular in the 70s and are now popping up all over in the design world on stationary, clothing, home decor.

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Limited Color Palette Illustration in Procreate

Learn how to create limited color illustrations and palettes on your iPad in Procreate.  We’ll cover every step of the process from building new palettes to creating illustrations that are ideal for limited palettes.

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Ink Illustration Techniques in Procreate

In this class, you’ll learn three different ways to use ink lines and dots to add shadow, highlights, and depth to your work.  We’ll look at tons of tips and tricks for hatching, crosshatching, and stippling, and talk about how to add bold color to your linework to add variation and contrast that makes your work stand out online and in print.