Turning a Watercolor Flower into a Procreate Brush
I love using Procreate and I love making watercolor flowers to go with my lettering. But creating realistic watercolors inside Procreate isn’t easy for me. I’ve tried and I’ve tried. That’s when I thought that I needed to build a beautiful library of stamp brushes for Procreate to meet my needs.
This week I’m going to take you on a journey of how I turned my watercolor florals into stamp brushes for Procreate. It’s a more advanced tutorial and not everyone will have the tools needed. But it’s fun to watch and I hope it encourages you!
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What You Need to Make Watercolor Flower Procreate Brushes
For this tutorial it’s a bit more advanced and you do need a computer.
- Watercolor Paper
- Watercolor Inks
- Watercolor Brushes
- Adobe Photoshop
- Procreate App
- iPad Pro
- Apple Pencil
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Watch How to Create Watercolor Flower Procreate Brushes
The brush creation is very similar to my Create A Watermark Stamp Tutorial if you’re looking for that to help you!
Purchase Watercolor Flower Procreate Brush Stamps
You can purchase these stamps in my shop if you don’t have the ability to make them yourselves. The possibilities with these Procreate brush stamps is endless!
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