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.
For this tutorial, you’ll need:
Default Nebula Brush
How to Make a Galaxy Watercolor Background with Procreate for Brush Lettering
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About Holly McCaig
Holly is a graphic artist, photographer and lover of hand lettering living in Colorado with her two pups, Lola and Daisy.
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