How to Make a Galaxy in Procreate to Make Lettering Pop
Learn how easy it is to make a galaxy in Procreate using many of the default brushes the app comes with. Your lettering will be sure to pop off the screen!
In this Procreate tutorial, I’ll show you how to make a really cool galaxy watercolor background for your brush lettering projects.
I’m obsessed with Galaxy backgrounds and art. A while back, I did a watercolor print of a galaxy in a jar, so I wanted to recreate the background idea using Procreate. Let’s learn how to make a galaxy watercolor background with Procreate for brush lettering in this week’s tutorial.
What You’ll Need to Make a Galaxy in Procreate
*Throwback Thursday Note: this is a post from 2017. We are re-promoting it. While Procreate has had updates over the years you should still be able to follow along and make this!
For this tutorial, you’ll need:
- Procreate (this was a version in 2017, your screen may look different)
- Default Nebula Brush found in Procreate in the Luminance section
- Default Glitter Brush found in Procreate in the Luminance section
- Your imagination!
How to Make a Galaxy Watercolor Background with Procreate for Brush Lettering
And, now, time for the video! I hope you enjoy this. These galaxy watercolor backgrounds are really fun to make.
Other Galaxy Tools in Our Shop You Might Like
If you wanted some other ways to make a Galaxy we have a few things in our shop that might help you!
Show Me Your Watercolor Galaxy Backgrounds
I want to see your final work using this Procreate tutorial to make a galaxy in Procreate. Be sure to tag me on Instagram so I can see @hollypixels.
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