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How to Paint Simple Watercolor Florals In Procreate

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How to Paint Simple Watercolor Florals Step by Step in Procreate Tutorial

Hi guys, I’m Kris!

Welcome to this week’s tutorial. Let’s draw together. In this week’s tutorial, we’ll be drawing a watercolor flower composition in Procreate, and I’m sure you can create this too if you follow along all the way to the end of the video. If you feel rushed, don’t worry, just hit pause or rewind to catch up and save this video to your library so you can have some practice in the future if you need it. So today, I’ll be using all free brushes, one is found in procreate, but the other one I’ve made for you, and you can find it in the description below.

And don’t forget, once you’ve finished this entire video to share it on Instagram and tag me in the image as well as the description so I can find your artwork and feature you here in the next draw together video.

So for this video, I’ve made you a free color palette as usual, just in case you’d like to use the exact same colors I’ll be using today. And you can just tap on the link in the video description below, and you’ll find it there along with some other free goodies and links to the shop and all that kind of good stuff as well as that brush I mentioned.

 

Let’s Get Started

First make a new canvas. It’s just screen size and 300 DPI and sRGB. So let’s start with getting these roses going. So if you just wanna pick the lightest pink here, and I’m gonna go and grab this brush. Now, the free brush I’ve just put into my water folder, you can put it wherever you want, I’m just gonna be using this free brush and this water bleed as well, so I just thought I’d put it there for convenience sake. So what we’re gonna do with this rose is I’m gonna just make my brush about size 15% and have it at a 100% opacity.

So what we’re gonna start with, it’s some… It’s just a little… Well, they’re just lines really, but they are overlapping and curved in a certain way, so let’s go. What you’re gonna do is just go a little C, and then a little interlocking C. So that’s like the start of the little… The close together buds. Now here, you’ll see there’s like a little opening here and an opening there, and every time we see that, we’re gonna cover it with another petal.

So I’m gonna just go with another little petal there. And then there are openings are here and here, so I’m gonna cover them again.

Alright, that’s probably… Maybe one more here. Probably good for the first one. And so we can do another one, and I’m just gonna put it on another layer just so I can move it around when we wanna arrange some things. So again, we’re just gonna do the little interlocking Cs and then just keep going around. I’m putting a little bit of pressure more on the center to make it a little thicker.

Maybe that makes it look a little bit like, on the side. Oops. There. I think that’s good. And then I’m gonna make one more. I think… Yes, let’s see. Maybe I’ll try to make this look a little bit more of a bud type thing. So again, just the interlocking Cs. I’m gonna try to make it a little bit more on its side. Let’s see if this works.

 

Make The Base

So I’m just trying to make the base… Oh, that would sort of go there. And that kind of works. Let me make it a little bit bigger. There. So it’s kind of a little bit of a bud on its side. So now, since we have these on our all different layers, we can go and arrange them. So I’m gonna grab that third layer at the bud and just grab my arrow… Oops. And not do that. I grab the arrow, maybe do it like this. And I’m gonna grab that second layer, grab the arrow, and just turn it. Maybe we’ll just tuck it in there like that.

Again, maybe I’ll just move this guy like that. Actually, I’m gonna tuck this guy away, more in here. Making my little much bigger and just kinda get him in there, I think. Yeah, maybe more like that. Okay, so I’m just gonna grab all of these guys and put them more in the center of my canvas. Lovely. Okay, so now it’s time for some foliage, so let’s just add a new layer, grab that light green and just have your pen at about 8% and we’re just gonna add some leaves here. So I’m just gonna use my pressure just to make the shapes.

So I’m just gonna do light pressure and then heavy pressure. Actually, you know what? I want this at about 12. Light pressure, heavy pressure. And kind of like that.

And I can connect these with some little stems here too. Maybe I’ll do that. Perfect.

This one’s a little bit much.

Alright, I think that’s good. And then I’m gonna grab the brown and I’m just gonna grab… Sorry, make another layer and just put some leaves in here. So just your typical leaf shape. I’m just gonna leave a little bit of white there too.

Alright, I’m gonna leave that for now. And then I’m gonna bring in some more berries and I’m gonna just create another layer, and just grab that purple and just really do free circles.

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Alright. And then with the darker paint color that we have, I’m just gonna do a few different sizes here. You know what? I’m gonna do this. I’m gonna make it like kind of just pushing… Or sorry, just starting with light pressure and then a really heavy pressure, just to make these teardrop shapes. Maybe like that.

Okay, and then I’m gonna go back to this layer here. We have the brown and the green on here. Actually, I said I wanted a brown layer, but it seems that it went on the green layer, but that’s okay, we can just add a new layer. Grab that brown, and I’m gonna bring the size of the brush down to about 2%, just so we can do these little sticks, and I’m just gonna connect them together. Oops.

I’m just making some darker areas, just sort of here, to kinda create that vase. Oops.

 

Okay, so we have all our stems there, that looks good. Okay, next I’m going to… I think I’m gonna just do some sort of more subtle little leaves in the background, so I’m just gonna create a new layer and pop that down to 50% and grab the light green and pop this up to about 12% the size, and I’m just gonna do some subtle leaves in the background, just sort of fill it in. I don’t like that.

 

Okay, so I’ve kind of shifted over this way, so I’m just gonna grab all my layers by swiping to the right. I’ll click on my arrow and just bring everything into the center a little bit more. It just makes me happier.  So I think we just need to add a little bit more depth. So I’m gonna go back to the brown layer, layer six, and just… I’ll add just a few of these really simple little teardrops just here and there to kinda create a little bit more contrast. Yeah, I think that’s better.

 

Almost like a pattern kind of. I don’t know if that makes sense. Maybe it does. Sure. Alright, and let’s go to the green layer and grab that dark green, and maybe same, adding in a few here and there. That’s better. So wherever you feel it’s missing a little, a little something.

 

Is It Full Enough?

Okay, I think it’s full enough.  Alright, so the next thing I’m gonna show you is just a little extras to take this to the next level. I think this looks good the way it is but let’s just do a little bit more. So I’m gonna click on the top layer and I’m gonna go to my wrench and click on ‘Add’ and go to ‘Insert files.’

So the file of the watercolor texture is in the description below, so you can grab that there. And just say ‘Insert file’. I’ve put mine in my Dropbox. I’m just gonna grab my green handle and make it into this orientation and make it fill the canvas. Okay, well, that doesn’t do us very much good, but if we click on the layer, click on the ‘N’ and go to ‘Multiply’, it’s gonna give us that watercolor texture that just makes it look better. So, in my opinion, more watercolor-y.

 

And the next thing we’re gonna do, because it wouldn’t be one of my tutorials without a clipping mask, you guessed it, we’re gonna make one. So I’m gonna… We’re gonna merge all our roses together so it’s just one layer and then I’m gonna put a layer on top. Click on it.

Click on ‘Clipping Mask’ and then I’m gonna grab that darker pink. And now, since I’m in my ‘Water’ section, I’m gonna go and grab that ‘Water Bleed’. So that is a Procreate brush, you should have it. I haven’t changed any of the settings.

It is just the way it normally is, so hopefully you have that. Let me know if you don’t. I’m just gonna make this at about, I don’t know, 30%, somewhere around there. And I’m just gonna go and just use these edges.

 

Oops, I forgot to do one thing. I’m actually gonna change this to ‘Multiply’ blending mode, and that makes a big difference. Okay, so I’m just gonna go around and just kinda get some of these edges, and you can see it’s just making that… You know how watercolor, when it dries, it just has those little darker edges and stuff?

And this is just gonna give you some variation and some interesting colors and… Yeah, it’s just… I don’t know. It gives it a different look, I think. So do this if you want to, certainly not necessary, but I think that just gives a different kind of more interesting look.

Okay, so let me just see if I’ve got enough on here. So you can see this is with it, without, with it, without. So your choice if you like that look. And I’m gonna go to the berry layer, same thing, clipping mask, change it to ‘Multiply’, and just go ahead and add that extra bit to my berries and stuff here.

 

And yes, I am just using the dark pink on here. It’s alright, it works still.  Okay, so then I’m going to go to this layer with my green and accidentally some of my brown on here, but that’s alright.

I’m gonna just give that a ‘Clipping Mask’, change it to ‘Multiply’. I’m gonna grab the dark green and do that to these green areas here.

And I’m gonna go and use this purple actually on the brown, and just give it a little color variation here too. And you can actually bring that… I actually like purple on the green too, just sometimes on the tips. I do this with a lot of my actual, in real-life watercolor.

I add a little purple to the edges sometimes too, ’cause… Well, you can see it in real life, it sometimes looks like that.

 

Okay. And you can carry on, you can do… I am not gonna do this, the fainter ones, I’m just gonna leave them as is. And what about these guys? No, the twiggies can stay as they are. So I think that is it. I think we’re done for today. So I hope you’ve enjoyed this tutorial, and if you did, I’d love it if you hit that like button and subscribe.

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How To Draw Pretty Pumpkins Step By Step In Procreate Tutorial

By procreate, Uncategorized

How To Draw Pumpkins In Procreate Tutorial

Hi guys, I’m Kris. Welcome to this week’s tutorial. Let’s draw together. In this week’s tutorial, we’re gonna be drawing a pumpkin in Procreate or two pumpkins rather, and I’m sure you can create this too if you follow along with the video all the way to the end. If you feel rushed, be sure to hit that pause button or just rewind to catch up, and save this video to your library so you can rewatch if you need extra practice. So today, I will be using all three brushes found in Procreate. And don’t forget, once you finish this entire video, share it on Instagram, tag me in the image as well as the description, so I can find your artwork and feature it here in the next Draw Together video. For this video, I’ve made you a free color palette just in case you’d like to use the exact same colors I’ve been using during this tutorial. And you can just tap on the link in the video description below where you can download and install it into Procreate. Also below, you can find the link to the goodie bag where you can grab some free design goodies and also support me by visiting my shop there. So, okay, so grab your pen and let’s get to it.

Create this Canvas

I’m gonna create this canvas. It’s gonna be 4000 x 4000 pixels, 300 dpi and RGB. So first, I’m gonna start with getting my pen. I’m just gonna use my 6B pencil ’cause we’re just gonna do our sketch first and then we’re going to paint it in. So I’m gonna do two pumpkins today and add just, yeah, just a little regular circle. You guessed it. Something like that. Just gonna do this really rough sketch. I’m just gonna make him kind of on an angle here like this, and the stem is gonna come out like that. I want it to have a little personality. And then the other one is gonna be a little bit taller and narrower, and he’s gonna come behind like this. Something like that. And I’m just gonna move this down a little bit by using my arrow and just watching it, moving it a little touch here so I can get a different sort of a little stalk in here. Something like that. This guy is just gonna be straight out here. Alright. Already we have something going. We can kinda tell it’s pumpkin-esque. I’m gonna just… I think I’m gonna make that more like that. Actually, I’m gonna use my little squiggly line, a little S curve here. Grab this, it’s on freehand and add, and then I’m gonna push my little arrow and just with the… By using the green toggle, just sort of tilt him this way.

 

There, I think that’s a little bit more interesting. Okay. So we can bring that down there. I think maybe we’ll just do some leaves around here. Something like that. Maybe we’ll have, I don’t know, some vines, something like this. This part you can play with. You can do whatever you want. I put some leaves in here, maybe some maple leaves and other things too. I don’t know, just dress it up. Have a little fun with it. Just some autumn leaves. Something like that. That gives us sort of an idea of what we are going to create here. Alright. So now that I have a really rough sketch, I’m gonna come in and just make a few more changes like defining our pumpkin a little bit more. So the stem is gonna be sort of on the inside. We’re gonna see just slightly a little bit up the top of this and, as you know, pumpkins have all these lovely ridges, so that’s gonna come down there and around. I love organic things because we can make it up, and it’s not all perfect, and it’s a little bit irregular, and that’s kinda fun. And you’re just gonna have some bumps in the back there. Bringing these around. Something like that. This needs some more thickness here. Something like that, I think. Okay. So this guy, gonna give him, let’s see, lines here, making sure you go up and around here to show that volume.

 

 

That Looks Kinda Funny.

I want him to be more square here, kind of sitting on that edge. Okay. Looks good. Maybe we will do some little berry type things. A few more curls on here. Just be really free with it. Have fun. Just doing some little berry businesses here. Full circles. Just trying to keep a… Make some sort of an even composition here.

 

 

Alright. I think that’s pretty decent for our first sketch here. That will give us a good base to draw from here, so… Alright. I’m gonna just click on the end, bump back that opacity way down to maybe like, I don’t know, 15%? Then, add another layer on top. And I’m gonna go into my brushes and go onto the painting section and use that Tamar brush. I just started using it and I kind of like it. So I’m gonna grab the orange here, the lighter orange, and I’m gonna paint this front pumpkin here, so… That’s far too big. Let’s just bump it back to 15% and it’s a 100% opacity, and we’re just gonna fill this in.

 

Keeping it fairly loose right now, just going over it, filling that in. Alright. Good. Now I’m gonna bring it way back to let’s see if 3% does the trick, and I’m gonna start going in those lines we made and just sort of bringing those… Just darkening them up a bit. I don’t like how I did this here. This is not gonna work. Actually, you know what? I’m gonna use my sponge tool, and I’m gonna use it on the… Let’s see. I actually might use it the same, the Tamar brush. My smudge tool will be on the Tamar brush. So I’m just gonna come in here, make it way smaller than I just had it, to 10% and about 80% opacity and just smudge that out. I don’t really like it, and then go back to my pen, my paint brush here and just fix that up a little bit. Okay, that’s better. Alright. Oops. Bringing it in. Okay. So once I have that, I can go and take my smudge tool again. I’m gonna bring it way back to 4% and just… You know what? Maybe five and bring the opacity down to 30. Okay, that’s better. I wanted it a little bit more subtle. I’m just gonna use a circle-y type soft motion just to smooth those out a little bit. Just creating that shadow.

 

Let’s See What That Looks Like!

Alright. Let’s see what that looks like without that layer. Okay, good stuff. Alright. So I’m gonna go and get the darker purple, no, that’s good, the darker orange and continue with my Tamar and bring this up to about 8%, let’s say, just really lightly start bringing in some shadow. So of course it’s gonna be a little bit darker at the bottom. I’m just doing little circle-ies and just creating a little shadow down here.

 

I want this to look a little bit painted, so I like having some of the edges. I’m gonna take my smudgy… This smudger and just blend in a little bit here. It is your blending tool but why not call it a smudger? What it feels like right now. Okay, and then I’m gonna go back to my brush, make it a little bit smaller, let’s say around three, just emphasizing those lines a little bit, bringing them partially up.

 

And just carrying on here, making it a little bit darker at the bottom, a bit more darker in the creases, and blend that out. Okay. It’s starting to take a shape a little bit. I’m just going around the edges. I’m just pushing it up a little bit so it’s not quite so messy on the edges. Okay. I’m gonna go back to my brush, and then starting at the top a little bit. Actually, I need this to be a little bit smaller, so I’m gonna go all the way down to… Well, let’s see two. Yeah, two. Two works. Making it even smaller in here. I’ll come in so you can see a little bit. Even smaller, blending that out, trying to kinda go in the center here, blending, blending. Just alternating between my brush and my blender.

 

 

Alright. Just getting some of these guys in the back here. This is gonna… Oops. Good stuff, okay. So then we can go and do the stem. And I think, actually, yeah, I’m gonna use this beige color here and bump up my brush to maybe four and come in and… Oops, not do that, but get in here and color that guy in. Just go back and grab that orange and just make sure that this edge is more defined here on top. I think that’s alright. Go back and get the dark brown, back to my Tamar brush, gonna keep it at four, and just give… Actually no. I’m gonna bring it down to two, just bring in those lines, just that mix of that kind of stalk-like handle here. Okay, then I’m gonna blend it out. Actually, I’m gonna tune out that background layer just so I can see a little bit better.

 

Back and Forth

Just back and forth. I’m actually gonna bring this down to one so I can get some smaller lines in here. On that a little bit. Not too much. I still want them somewhat line-y. Okay, that’s good for now. I’m actually gonna throw some highlights on this guy, and so I’m going to actually… Let me see if this works. It might not be. Yeah. I think that’ll work. Okay. So the light beige color, bring this back up to four and let’s throw some highlights on him. Just kind of thinking where the light might hit if it were coming from this side. Oops, just went over the line a little bit, didn’t wanna do that. So I’m gonna blend that out, not completely, try and leave the inside of that somewhat still sharp to see edges. Okay. And I’m gonna go and grab my white and just do a little bit more… Actually, bring this back to two. A little bit more of a sharper highlights, just to really make that pop a bit.

 

 

And blend that just a touch. Still want it a little bit nose, more vibrant there. Okay, maybe I’ll throw a couple on the stem too. It’s not gonna show up quite as much, but it’s okay. Alright. So now I have one pumpkin looking alright. I’m doing okay. Actually, still gonna go back and take the darker brown, still with my Tamar brush, maybe at about three, and actually, I’m going to have to just darken this up even more here while we’re here.

 

 

Alright. I’m gonna blend that in.

 

 

Alright. I’m gonna come in with this orange again, darker orange, and just see if I can just merge this a little bit. I’m going to bring it up to five and just warm that up, just a touch. It’s all about the layers.

 

 

Okay. And blend that. Let me bring my blender up to about 7%. Good. That’s better. So I’m gonna turn back on our sketch layer and create a layer on top of that, so it’s below this front pumpkin here. And I’m gonna just grab our orange again and grab the Tamar brush, bump it up to maybe 12, 14, 14, and just bring that in here. Just start colouring this up. Just getting that washed down. Okay. And I’m gonna do another layer, so as you pick your pen up, it’ll do a darker layer over top.

 

 

Okay. Then I’m gonna bring my brush down to about a four and start bringing in these lines, creating no shadows.

 

 

I don’t like the lines I drew underneath before, so I’ll fix them now. It should be a little bit more straight down sort of. It’s still curved.

 

Come on you. Okay. I’m just gonna blend that out a little bit, slightly. And I’m gonna go and turn off that layer behind ’cause I find that I can see a little bit easier with my line work here. So I’m gonna go and take the darker orange. Yeah, this time I’m gonna do a three and just start making it a little darker. Need a little bit lighter on top, a little bit heavier-handed on the bottom. And then I’m gonna bring my brush up a little bit more to maybe 10 and just start getting some shadowing in the bottom here, just like we did the other one and behind too ’cause there might be a little bit of a shadow there. We also want the two to… ‘Cause they’re the same color, we wanna make sure that we can tell each one apart. Having a little contrast will help.

 

Bring On The Smudger!

Bringing my smudger down to a four so I can be a little bit easier on these lines here. And bringing it back up maybe to a 10, just blending this a little bit. I still want to have the texture that the brush gives whenever I can, so sometimes you just gotta blend out the edges a touch. Going back to my brush. Going in for another round. Bringing it a little bit smaller, maybe about a six.

 

 

Getting in there. Let’s work a little bit on here.

 

Good. Blending anything out that’s a little bit too hard. Cleaning and getting that nice dark brown and going down to a 2% brush, getting in the middle of those lines there, so we can really get that crease.

 

 

Getting my blender, and that’s too big so I wanna go back down to a four, and just gently blending that out.

 

 

Just kind of going on one side of it really helps. You can see that little heart. Okay. And let’s see. Let’s bring in… I’m thinking, I actually might try something. If this doesn’t work, I might erase it. So I’m gonna put a layer over top to a clipping mask and click on the end and I’m going to do… Maybe a color burn might work. Let’s see. Let’s see what happens. This is a fun experiment. I’m gonna put my brush up to about 15. That’s not doing anything. Let’s try this color, the darker orange.

 

Okay. So that’s maybe quite red. Let’s try that, okay. Maybe we’ll do the lighter orange. Bring my brush up to 20%. Do you see how that’s kind of making it red? I’m gonna bring the opacity down to, let’s try 50 and make my brush about 25, just really lightly, just paint over some and see how it’s kinda warming it up. I just want it to be fairly subtle, bringing that back down to about 10, warming it up a little bit in here.

 

Not Too Red!

Alright. Don’t want it too, too red. Just create a little bit of interest here. Okay. So you can see before, after, before and after. I’m actually going to knock it back just a touch maybe to 70%. That might just give us a little bit more interesting colors there. Okay. So I’m actually gonna merge that now. But just by pinching them together, they will merge. I’ll put my sketch layer back on, and let’s go and actually do the little stem here. I’m gonna grab that beige color. I am back at 5%, and get that in here. Gonna go over it a couple of times just because this brush is a little bit transparent. So I wanted to cover behind there and just gonna go and get that orange again and just make sure that it’s the dominant color over top here. Okay. Grabbing the dark brown, going to 2%, and I wanna turn off this layer again so I can see, and starting to define this stalk. So some scratchy lines.

 

 

And smudging those. Oops way too much. Back down to 4%, just blending those lightly. And then I’m gonna grab this again and go down to 1%, and really getting so much more sharp edges here.

 

 

Blending some of them a little bit.

 

 

Back up to 2%.

 

 

Right. That should be good for now. Let’s give them some highlights, and I’m gonna go grab that light beige again on my Tamar brush. I think two might be okay. Let’s see now. I want a 4% and just giving them some light here. And I’m gonna blend that. I’ll try to keep this center but it’s still the way it is but just the edges. Grabbing the white, going to 2%, giving it some more hot spots, I like to think of it.

 

 

Something like that. Oops. And then giving those a little smudge, still wanna keep them really noticeable. Okay. So we’re looking all right. Let’s put in some of this extra greenery business going on here. So on a separate layer, I’ll just do it below. Let’s do some leaves and fun stuff. So I’m gonna take my dark green. Actually, I’ll take the lighter green and back to the Tamar brush. I do believe we are at 2%. Let’s go to 4%, and just start painting some leaves.

 

 

I’m actually holding down my pen the entire time. So, otherwise, if you see if you do this, and then you hold up your pen and then you go back in, it’s gonna look like that. So if you hold down your brush the entire time, it’s gonna be nice and smooth like that.

 

 

Let’s make this actually more of a make-believe look.

 

 

I probably should have a few of those. Let’s see. We’ll make one here. Actually, just thinking, I might want this to go over top, so I’m gonna put it to the top, just so I can go over top of this guy here.

 

 

Alright. I’m gonna see if this pen would look nice with my favorite as you know, the dry ink brush. I’m gonna use that for these lines here. I’m gonna use the darker green and go and do that. Let’s see. I’m gonna make it at maybe about 8%. And just do these vines here.

 

 

Just Use YourImagination

This is the fun part. Keep it loose. Okay. Let’s see what that looks like without our layer. Good. I think that’s alright. Okay. So now let’s make these leaves… Actually, you know what, I’m gonna want to do these little berry things and I’m thinking, let’s see what colors I have. That might be okay. I might as well keep within the color palette. Let’s see, experiment time. Yeah, maybe that’s alright. Okay. So I’m gonna bump up my brush to about 20%. I’m just gonna push… Actually, I’m gonna do them this way, push and then down, push down, make little hopefully little teardrop shapes, something like that. Yeah, I think that’ll work.

 

 

Do them in the middle so they overlap so then it looks slightly more realistic kinda.

 

 

 

Alright. Now I’m going to do some more work on these leaves. I think I’m gonna bring this brown or sort of browned, I don’t know, green? Chartreuse color and just sort of, let’s see, shall we outline them? Let’s see what happens if we smudge that. Kind of play with, maybe not. Let’s do the Tamar brush with this. Back to painting, back to Tamar. What do we have? We have a four, maybe just give them a little interest here. And I’m gonna blend it a little bit. Yeah, just to have a bit more of a painted effect, sort of. This is sort of a hybrid of looking a little painted, being a little bit more illustrative, obviously.

 

This kind of needed to be a little more filled in to cover up that, which is good. Let’s just blend where you need to.

 

 

So, I mean, you could leave it like this a little bit, but I’m actually going to go in and make my pumpkin slightly more illustrative, just… Why not? Let’s bump it up a little bit more. So I’m gonna go in with the dark brown, grab my… Go into inking, grab my dry ink again, still with the same size. What am I at here? 28. And maybe just bump up these lines a little bit. Actually, no. I’m gonna go in and we’re actually gonna be quite a bit smaller than that. Sorry, 15%? Nope. Maybe eight, all the way down. Yeah, that’s better. Alright. Just… I’m gonna outline them exactly just bringing in a few parts just to bump up that… Those edges, giving them a little bit more… A little bit more Christmas.

 

 

Trying to stay within the lines is always good. Just gonna erase that guy.

 

 

I think that’s good, just giving him a little bit more pop.

 

 

Ah… Let’s stick on here.

 

 

There. And of course, we’re gonna soften them just a touch if we wanted, a few places where that… It could look good.

 

Nice. Okay. So we can probably go back to the dark green, back with our dry brush still and do a little bit more detail on these leaves, giving them a little bit more of that.

 

 

Just a bit more interest. Let’s see if this is all getting done here. Alright, a few final touches. I’m just gonna do a few highlights on these little berry things, whatever they are. Just gonna take my light orange and I’m gonna go on that later and just give them a little highlight here. They’re looking a little flat.

 

 

So That’s It, Guys!

I think that’s good for our little holiday pumpkin. So I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, and if you did, please hit that like button, subscribe and don’t forget to hit the bell icon so you can be notified of new tutorials just like this one in the future. I post every Tuesday. It’s Tutorial Tuesday. So I hope you guys have a wonderful week. Thank you so much for watching. I love you and I’ll see you in the next one.

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How To Draw A Butterfly Step By Step In Procreate

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How To Draw a Butterfly Step by Step in Procreate Tutorial

Hi guys, I’m Kris. Welcome to this week’s tutorial. Let’s draw together. In this week’s tutorial we’ll be drawing a monarch butterfly that’s pink, of course, in procreate, and I’m sure you can create this too, if you follow along with the video all the way to the end, or at the very least you’ll have fun doing it. So if you feel rushed, be sure to hit pause or rewind to catch up and save this video to a playlist so you can re-watch and get some extra practice in.

We’ll Be Using Three Brushes

So today we’ll be using all three brushes, just found in procreate, and don’t forget, once you finish this entire video and you’ve completed your butterfly, to share it with me on Instagram and tag me in the image as well as the description, so I can easily find your art work and hopefully, you might see it featured in the next draw together video. So let’s get to it. So for this tutorial, I’ve made you a free palette just in case you’d like to use the exact colors I’ll be using for this drawing today, and you can just tap on the link in the video description below, and so you can download it and install into procreate. Alright, so let’s jump in and grab your pencil and set up your canvas, I’ll be creating this one at 4000 by 4000 pixels, 300 dpi and sRGB.

 

So what I’m gonna do today actually is a little bit different because we’re drawing a butterfly, that’s relatively symmetrical, so I’m gonna show you how to use the drawing assist feature for our sketch, so I’m gonna go and just get a black color… That’s fine. Doesn’t really matter what color, gonna go to my pens, gonna go to the sketching section, get my wonderful 6B, I’m gonna have it at… What is this? Let’s say around 50%, 100% opacity. And next, I’m going to go over to my wrench, click on that, go to Canvas, switch on the drawing guide, and then I’m gonna go… You’ll need to make sure that you go into the edit drawing guide and see here there’s 2D grid isometric perspective and symmetry, so we want the symmetry one.

 

I’m gonna have the opacity at 25%, the thickness at 50, that’s just the line, if you can see that in between there and the opacity, that’s what that is displaying there, so we can just have it at 25, whatever your personal preference is there, it won’t adjust or have too much effect on your drawing there, and then click the options and make sure you have vertical checked and assisted drawing on as well.

 

Keep this one off. Alright, so I say done. And so now this layer will say assisted, so you can turn that on and off by clicking on it and clicking on and off the drawing assist, but for this, we do want it on. Okay, so what this does is super fun, it draws the same thing on the other side, yay, so that you can see why that’d be really useful for this butterfly, so let’s get to it, I just accidentally turned it off .  Okay, so I’m gonna go and start with the body, and for that it’s just gonna be a little head like that, you can see that, and then it’s gonna be a little sausage shape like that. Right. Okay, so then we know his little turner gonna be around here somewhere. Actually maybe a little bit more like that. Something like that.

Start The Wing Shape

And then I’m gonna start the wing shape, so kinda come around like that. So there’s that wing. And then this one is gonna come around like that. So you can play around with those shapes a little bit, so that is our sketch layer, so I’m gonna actually go click on the end, slide down the opacity and because I kinda want it to be a little bit more, I don’t know, a little bit more painterly, I guess would be the expression, I’m actually not gonna use the drawing assist again, I just wanted that for my sketch ’cause I want it to look slightly irregular, but at least we have something that is perfectly symmetrical to start from, so actually I’m gonna just make this a little bit smaller, I’m just gonna click on my arrow and just bring this in a little bit, put them back in the middle there.

 

Okay, so on a new Layer, I’m gonna start with this charcoal color, and I’m gonna get my favorite inking brush which is my dry ink brush, and then I’m going to set it at… Let’s see, that’s probably pretty good at around 10%, I can make it to show you, there we go, where it says 10%, opacity 100%, and then I’m just gonna start making some lines. Actually, I’m not sure if I want that line to come back in so let’s do this. I’m gonna end it there ’cause I’m gonna make some decisions with the pattern. And again, just playing with the pressure on my pen to create slightly different lines and this guy will outline the whole way.

 

Okay. I wanted those to be slightly off too, that’s enough, exactly perfect. So I think I’m gonna actually go back to my assisted drawing layer and pull that up a little bit and make the designs on those wings, ’cause actually, I do want those to be… Well, again, I only just draw them once, why not? It’s so much easier. So I’m just gonna go back to my sketching pencil, and I’m gonna draw in the details, so you can have fun with this, it can be whatever pattern you want.

 

Something like that.

And you can just play with this until you have all your designs in. I like butterflies there, there’s no real major rules too, you just have fun.

Okay, that’s probably enough. So again, I’m gonna bump this back down to about 25%, go back to my line layer here, so I think all this work here, I’m gonna have it in block, so I’m gonna keep on with the charcoal color and use my dry ink brush again and just go through and make all these line here.

Always Use a Reference Guide

And of course, you can always use a reference guide to just get some ideas for some interesting patterns.

Here we go.

Okay, I’m going to just bump up the size of my brush to about 60, just so I can get in here and color this, and I want it to be kind of scratchy like that.

Okay I’m just gonna erase this a little bit. Good. So, I’m gonna bring that back down to 12. Oops, that would be my eraser. Bring it down to 12. Just bump up that line a little bit. Alright, and now for the other side, maybe I’ll speed this up a little bit for you, but like I said, you can do this actually with the drawing assist on, then you wouldn’t have to do it twice, but because I want mine to look a little bit more regular, just those little extra little added bits, just looks like it’s not as digital and just a little bit more hand-done.

Do The Rest of The Wings

Okay. So now, I’m gonna go and do the rest of the wings. I’m going to do another layer, and I’m actually gonna go below that layer, below the black layer and get a new layer by hitting the plus sign. And then, I’m going to… Actually, I’m gonna use… I’m gonna fill this in with white. So I’m gonna change my color, my background color to this pink color, so we can see. I can go to my brushes select my studio pen and fill this in here. So I’m just gonna draw around where the black is, and you won’t see it yet, but there it comes just so we’re overlapping. So I’m gonna drag the white in and fill. Same on the other side. Drag it in and fill.

Now We Have White Wings

Okay, so now we have white wings. I’m gonna change this back just to white. Now, I know you can’t see anything, but we can hide our sketch layer for now. And we can put a layer by hitting plus sign above our white layer, clicking on it and clicking clipping mask. So then, I’m gonna go and take my pink color here, my mid-tone pink. Click on our brushes and go to painting, and I’m gonna select fresco. And I’m gonna bump it all the way up top to the biggest brush, but I’m gonna use a really light pressure on my pen because you can do this, or you can just layer it up. Just really gently, giving it some of the interesting texture, if you can see that. Okay, and then I’m going to go and select the darker pink, and I’m gonna put my brush down to maybe about 40%. Just gonna get some little pair of little patterns. Just trying to make it look a little interesting. Actually I don’t like that circle in the middle.

 

Okay, and again, I’m gonna bring my brush down even smaller. Let’s see. Even smaller than that to about five. I’m gonna come in here and do a little bit more, more details here. I think it gives it a really nice effect. Oops, that last little bit I don’t like. Testing little circles. Just layering it up. So a little bit too much pressure there. So I think you can see it looks pretty similar, but still there’s enough little inconsistencies, so it’s not completely robotic, and that’s what I was hoping for, so that looks good. Okay, and then I can go and take this white color and maybe just bring in some highlight, or just lighten it up a little bit. It actually doesn’t make too much effect on it, to be honest. Okay, that’s fine. Alright, then I want to do my white a little more details. So I’m gonna put a layer on top of the black layer. I’m actually gonna turn this black layer off and pop back on my sketch and turn off this white layer as well, just so I can see. And I’m going to… We will turn this background on again, just so we can see ’cause this will be white. So let’s grab our white and grab our dry ink again and come in and let’s be at, let’s say, 25… Maybe 15%. And then these are not gonna be perfect, they’re just gonna be irregular a little bit.

 

 

I just put a few flecks in just to have a little bit more detail. Okay, let’s just see how that’s looking. You can see that’ll look cool.

 

Let’s Turn Back On Those Layers

Okay so let’s turn back on those layers. And we’ll turn this back to white. And I can see I need to fix this a little bit ’cause I know it came down there, okay. Okay, great. So now we can turn off that sketch layer, probably for good. And then I’m gonna come in and do the body. And you know what? I will just make it solid black. Okay, let’s pump this back up to about, I don’t know, 50% Color this body in.

 

Okay, I think it’s looking pretty good. I’m gonna go back to my white layer, select that, select the white, bring my ink brush down a little bit to about 15%. I’m gonna give them a little details down the side? That’s probably good. Alright. Alright, I think I’m gonna just go and add a couple more things on my dark layer, I’m going to go and just get that charcoal and just make a few alterations. I’m gonna fill that in. I think I like that small, okay. I’m going to my white layer and I get to grab the white. I think I’m just going to do a few more.

That’s It!

Alright. So that’s it guy’s, great job hanging in there all the way to the end. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. And if you did, please hit that like button, subscribe, and don’t forget to hit the bell icon so you can be notified of new tutorials, just like this one in the future. So I love you guys, thank you so much for watching and I’ll see you in the next one.

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How To Draw A Cute Little Girl Step By Step In Procreate

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How To Draw A Cute Little Girl Step By Step In Procreate

 

Hi guys, I’m Kris, welcome to this week’s tutorial.

Let’s draw together!

Cute little girl in Procreate

In this week’s tutorial, we’ll be drawing a cute little girl in Procreate, and I’m sure you can create this too, if you follow along with the video all the way to the end, or at least we’ll have fun doing it in the process. If you feel rushed, be sure to hit pause and just rewind to catch up and save this video to a playlist so you can re-watch if you need a little extra practice. Today, we’ll be using all free brushes found in Procreate.

And don’t forget, once you finish this entire video and you have completed your cute little girl, share it on Instagram and tag me in the image as well as the description, so I can find your artwork and hopefully you might see it featured in the next Draw Together video. So for this tutorial, I’ve made you a free color palette, just in case you wanna use the exact same colors that I’ll be using in this drawing today. So if you just tap on the link in the description below, you can find that, download it, and install it into Procreate.

 

So let’s jump in!

I’m gonna create this canvas of 4000 x 4000 pixels, and it’s 300 dpi and sRGB. So I’m gonna start by going and getting my sketching brush, it is going to be in the sketching little library and the 6B pencil, and of course, as always, we will start with some… Some.

Some shapes, so we’re gonna do a circle, and that’s gonna be the start of the head. Of course, if you want to do this, I always just do rough circles, but if you hold your pen down, you’ll create an actual more perfect circle and again tap with your finger to make an exact perfect circle. So we can do that if we wanna be a little, a little bit neater today.

 

So we can do that, and then I’m going to draw a line down the middle, like so. And then I’m gonna just bring out… Actually, I’m gonna draw this a little bit longer. I’m gonna just bring out this jaw, and so that will create the jaw and because this is a young girl, she’s not gonna have a very big jaw.

It’s gonna be a little bit smaller, a little softer, and just like that. So that’s sort of our basic head shape, and so we know this line is roughly gonna be where the nose is, this is roughly where the mouth is going to be, and if I just draw a line… Again, it’s gonna be a little bit lower because this is more of a juvenile look. Just down there, and that’s roughly where the eyes are going to be.

 

So if we take this as our measurement, I’m actually gonna make this child about three heads high, so what I can do is just go and duplicate this layer by sliding it along, let’s click duplicate, clicking on the arrow and sliding it down. So that’s one head.

I can duplicate it again, repeat, and so that is about three heads there. So on my original layer, I’m just gonna do a little mark here and I can delete those heads. Of course, you can eyeball that or just simply take your pen and give it a measure, but I just kinda wanted to show you. So that’s kind of where her feet will be, so this is gonna be a relatively static pose, she’s gonna be standing square, straight on ahead at us. So, I’m gonna start again by doing some other shapes.

 

She’s gonna have a triangle here, about, like that. Hopefully, you can see that. And then I’m going to draw an inverted triangle roughly about that way, so you can already start to see that it’s somewhat of a person shape. Okay, so then I’m just gonna make some markings for where her hands are going to be and her arms are gonna go. So we’re gonna have hers waving hi, so she’s gonna have one arm up here, and then one arm is gonna be holding some flowers down there.

So I think that’s roughly about the same distance, yeah, eyeballing and this is gonna be… Again, it’s a cartoon, so it’s not gonna be completely anatomically correct, but this is gonna roughly hit mid-thigh, that sort of where you’re… ‘Cause if her knees, let’s say, are approximately here, that’s…

 

And her body is here, that’s sort of about mid-thigh, where her hand would naturally hang. Just approximate it enough, and of course, you can always change your dimensions a little bit, just depending on how exaggerated you would like this to be. So, once you have that, look at the action of the arm, coming up this way, and this one’s gonna actually kind of scoop in that way, so she’ll be holding some flowers over there and she’s gonna be waving hello, here.

Okay, and this hand is going to be closed. Right, so that looks… We’re getting our bearings here, let’s give her, we’re gonna give her some bangs roughly here, something like that.

 

Actually, I’m gonna just make my pens a little bit bigger, ’cause I’m thinking you might not be able to see, maybe to 45%, and I think I’m gonna give her some little lower pigtails here. Right. She’ll have a neck. This dress will come out like that, so I’m just gonna design this. I’m gonna give her a little… Kind of a design like that.

Maybe some buttons there, this dress can have a little bit more shape than a triangle, and I’m gonna scoop this here. Actually, that’s too low for me. I want it a little bit higher. It’s easier if I turn it like this.  There we go.

 

Again, this is just our sketch!

We’re just trying to make some decisions here. I hope you don’t mind, I don’t normally plan out or actually, practice these beforehand, I just like to show you actually how I draw and how I would were to start to sort of think about things and how I make decisions, so hopefully that’s helpful to you. You know, sometimes we might change our mind a little bit, you never know. Alright, so bring it in there, I want these guys a little bit lower, I think, just to give us a more cutesy look.

I’m sure, she’ll have some ears, and this is gonna be, I think her bangs would kind of go like that, maybe she’ll have… No, maybe not.  And her hair will come from the crown there. Okay. I’m making sure she’s got a smile in there. I’ll show you in more detail how to do that in the mouth in a minute. Right. So maybe we’ll go and just define this hand a little bit more, I’m gonna just do a circle and kinda just erase this bit of a mess that I’ve made here, so we can see a little bit better.

 

So again, or she’s gonna have five fingers, she’s… Sometimes with little characters you can do less fingers or no fingers, that’s all up to you, but she is realistic enough that we should have, she’ll look a little bit funny, I think if she doesn’t have enough fingers, so for the thumb, it’s just gonna go up and around… Oops! Up and around, and then have this little bit in here and that will really define that part of the hand and that helps kind of let you know which way the hand is facing and then just one, two, three, and four, that should be okay, and then let’s get this arm a little bit of thickness. Now that I’ve drawn this, I’m thinking this is a little bit long. So what I’m going to do is just erase what I’ve done here and go to my little S squiggly, circle it, touch on the arrow and bring it in a little bit. I feel like that’s a little bit… Well, a little bit long.  So let’s see if that’s better. Yeah, okay, that looks more reasonable.

Don’t wanna have total octopus arms. Alright, let’s just make this a little bit shorter too, and this hand is just going to be, just that thumb is gonna come down here and her hand is gonna be curving around, kinda like that because she’s going to be holding some flowers here.

 

Okay. Right, that looks good. This pigtail is gonna go behind the arm, so that’s fine, and then we’re gonna come in, and so how I’m gonna do the legs is I’m gonna just do kind of a, just a little slightly curved line here and then these legs will come in like this. Maybe that should be a little bit straighter like that, and then I’m just gonna give her some little feet like so. Okay, I think she’s looking cute. Right, so onto the next step. Actually, just make sure that they know where this line is going, I want this to go a little bit, a little bit more up like that. There!

Okay, so I’m gonna tap on my layers palette again, tap on the N, we’re gonna take the opacity down, actually, you know what, before I do that, I’m going to click on the arrow pointer and just make her a little bit bigger. I might as well use the canvas a little bit. Okay, so that looks good. So now I’m gonna tap on the N and knock back the opacity to about 25%, hopefully you can still see it enough there, and then we’re gonna create a new layer, so I’m gonna go ahead and start doing my outlines.

You Can Outline

You can outline it all in the same color if you wish but in this example, I’m actually gonna outline it in the darker versions of the fill colors, so you can see here, you have a lighter colors at the top and darker below, so I’m gonna use the darker versions to start with, so I’m gonna start with the skin color and I’m gonna go to my inking and go to dry ink and start working here, and I might make a few adjustments as we go, but let’s just start here. So whoops, hold on, I’m gonna adjust my sizing here, I’m gonna bring it way back down to… I think 10, 10 looks good, and the opacity is at a 100%. So I’m just gonna bring this in a little bit more just to make some decisions on my final, my final work here.

Could be a little sketchy, I like it to be not exactly perfect just to kinda get the look you want. Oops, I find it kind of hard to draw at a desk to be perfectly honest, I’m used to drawing in my lap, it’s a habit, so it’s kind of funny to be sitting, sitting like this, I don’t feel I can see it quite the same way, but I’ll just have to get used to it. Alright, let’s get this hand here. I’m gonna bring…

 

You can play around with the pressure on your pen to make thinner, thicker lines just to give it a different look. And if you push hard, it’ll be thick. If you go lighter, it’ll go thinner and taper. And I think it’s nice to vary up the lines just a little bit to add some… A little bit of interest. Just bring these fingers in like that. Maybe just a little bit thinner there. Okay. I’m trying to decide what kind of socks we’re gonna do maybe some stripy tights or some silly little socks. Let’s see. Maybe some funny socks.

I’ll do her legs here like this. Actually, I won’t go all the way down ’cause I’ll leave room for the socks, I suppose. I can always come back and erase it too if I need to. It’s the joy of Procreate, we can change things and erase things. It’s wonderful. Okay. We’ll start with that for the skin color. Okay. And then I’m gonna do another layer and select… Let’s make her a little outfit in pink. And I’m going to… Actually, let me think. Yeah, I’m gonna do it like that. I just wanna go above the buttons. I’m gonna have them a little bit bigger and go over top, which I can do ’cause I’ll put those on a different layer if I choose that. Okay. And that line will go there.

 

With that, this will probably connect here. Actually, no. I think the line should come from here. That makes more sense. Alright. Okay. And I think I’m gonna do her shoes in pink maybe. You know what? I’m gonna decide on that in a minute, what color her shoes are going to be. I’m gonna do the hair next and add another layer. Go and get the dark brown and do this hair here. I’m not gonna do a perfect line. I’m just gonna make it a little bit wiggly. And I’m gonna think about where her crown is here, crown over her head and push harder, lighter, thicker and then taper off just to create those lines there. So that’s where her part would be. And we can change those lines later as we decide exactly what we’re gonna do.

I realized I forgot her ears again. I have go back in and then do that. Let’s give her a little pigtail, little piggies. I might put some ribbons in them later. We’ll see. Okay, I’m gonna go back to my skin layer, go put those ears back on. Alright. For the ear inside, just do a line and then another line on the inside, a line inside. Okay, so that looks good. So why don’t we put a little face on here? We can do that by just going above our skin layer and selecting the charcoal color.

 

And I’m going to just draw in these eyes here, maybe give her a little lashes. Cute. And of course, we can go in and draw this, but we can also simply duplicate our layer. Hit the arrow. Go down here, hit Flip Horizontal, hit our arrow again. And if you have the Magnetics on within Snapping, you can just move it along the line here.

And then, we have an exact replica. So we don’t have to guess and try to hope for the best on getting that the same so that’s good. That’s an easy little way to do it, not cheating at all. So then, you can merge that down. So I’m going to go and actually no, I’ll stay on the charcoal just while we’re here. And for the mouth, I’m gonna do a little scoop, a little line and then a little uptick there and see how that works for her little smile. And so then you can fill this in a little bit more.

 

And then we’re gonna have the shadow underneath, and I’m actually gonna use this dark color, I think I might change it, but we’ll see. Just to suggest her lower lip there, and then we’re gonna do the nose, and that’s just gonna be really simple, little soft U and a little bit bolder at the ends, just like that.

So let’s just take this layer away so you can see. Okay, so that looks good like that, and then we can add some lips, and I’m gonna do that on another layer and use this warmer pink tone and just go in and do it below. Sorry, bring this layer below and maybe just color this in a little bit… Cute, a little peak. So you can change the look of the lips if you want, like that or if you like that, it’ll depend on whatever look you want.

 

While We’re Here

Actually you know what? I’m gonna wait for the cheeks for the end, I’m gonna color her in first. So I’m gonna turn back on my sketch layer, and I should probably finish those feet.  So let’s go to the dress layer and just put a layer above that, and go in and get this mustardy-looking color, and let’s go in and finish these…

These feet here. Alright, they are going to be like this… And scoop, it’ll all line out… Oops. That did not turn out right.  Like that. Okay, so I’m gonna make these kind of like a little Mary Jane type ones, and then I’m going to draw in these socks and those are going to be on my dress layer. They will be pink, and I’ll fill that in like so. I’m just gonna make these silly little socks like this, they can be a little slouchy. Sort of like that. Maybe they will have stripes on them… I like stripes… Okay, that’s cute. Okay, so I’m gonna go back to my skin layer and just fill this a little bit in here. There we go.

 

Okay, so I’m gonna do some solid fills now, just so we can kind of see a little bit better what’s going on. So at our sketch layer, I’m gonna click on that and put a layer above, I’m gonna go and get the skin, the lighter taupe color, and go into inking and click on my studio pens.

This is gonna be a solid line. I’m going to put it at about, let’s say, 14, the size and the opacity will of course be 100%, we want this to be solid fill. So I really like my scratchy lines, but I want the solid fill on the inside. So I’m gonna just go and… Here, I’ll zoom in so you can see. Overlap the line. So I have nice and scratchy on the outside but filled in the center. So I don’t have to do her whole head, but I will do this part because the hair will be covering it. So you just drag and drop your color in and it fills as long as it’s… You’ve completed the circle obviously if it’s open, this is what’s gonna happen.

 

So if you complete the whole circle it’s complete, there are no gaps, then of course it just fills that area. Right, so let’s just keep going here… Okay, Oops! I just realize I have to fix that line there… It’s good to zoom in to see where you’re at sometimes. Okay, so I’m just gonna fix this while I’m here, go back to my skin layer, grab the darker color, grab the dry ink, and then just fill in that little line there that I had missed, just making sure these fit everything. Okay, that’s better.

Okay, so then I’m gonna go below her hair layer, create a new layer, use the lighter brown and then select the studio pen again, and actually, I can turn off the sketch layers to see a little bit clearer. No. Alright.  We have missed a spot. Okay, I can’t seem to see it. Nope, right there, top. There we go. Okay, much better. So for the pigtails, I’m actually gonna make another layer and put it just above my sketch layer below the skin layer so that it goes behind and they don’t have to worry about all this kind of stuff here.

 

Okay. Good. Guys, there is her hair. Next, let’s do her little jumper here, so I’m gonna go below the pink layer, select that lighter pink and fill this in. Okay, that’s enough, let’s get her little socks. Alright, let’s do her shoes now and I can go pick up that little mustard color. Okay, I’m kind of having second thoughts about these socks, I don’t want it to look like she’s, her tights have fallen down or something now, so because her legs are longer, I think it might look a little bit odd, so I’m actually going to make the choice and just go with my original plan and in making her wear tights instead, I think if her legs were a little bit shorter and stock here, it would probably be cuter, but this might look a little bit awkward, so let’s change that.

So I can do that by just going back into my pink layer and deleting this, upping that a little bit that there, delete that, and I’m gonna go to, where is it? This… There we go, that layer. Oops, did I do that on the wrong layer? I think I did. And that’s alright. Okay, so I’m going to then… I’m actually… Hang on, let me think.

 

I’m gonna take this layer, select with the free hand, select this, and I’m gonna do copy and paste, and that’ll paste it in on top, so I can go to the layer below and just erase that from there, ’cause I’m gonna want them to be a different color. Same with this layer, I’m gonna select it, I’m gonna hit my little squiggly little S shape select around there, copy and paste, go back to the layer before, I’m gonna turn it off so I can see before and delete that as well. So, then I have those two, the legs on, they’re only ____ here and here, so I can change the color, so I’m gonna actually have these white and then we’ll do maybe some stripes, and I’m gonna fill that with white, and I think this, I’m going to make the charcoal color, so what I can do when it’s a line like this, you can go in and drop it in.

That is possible, but what you could also do is hit the layer, tap on it, hit clipping mask, and then fill that with the color you want, you can do that as well, and then just go click on it and do merge down. So those are some options for you.

 

So while I have this and I’m gonna use the dry ink pen and I have the charcoal, I’m going to add these lines back in to complete this. Oops, let’s get that out of there. Okay, so now her legs look like that, and now I’m gonna put some stripes on them, so make a new layer.

I’m gonna go and I’m gonna select this mustardy color and we’re gonna make some stripes. Let’s see if we put it up to… I’m not sure if I can get it accurate enough on the edges, but go up to like 16, I wanna see what this looks like. Although maybe a little thicker, little strippies okay. Maybe we’ll speed this up a little bit for you. ’cause this might be a little boring. I’m sure you know how to do stripes.

 

Okay, I think that’s better. Okay, so now, where was I? I’m gonna go back in and do a little bit of work on this dress, but first I’m gonna fill those shoes, actually, I can do it on this layer because it’s the same color, and the reason why I have all these layers and so many different colors is, or rather all the layers or all the colors on different layers is because I like to be able to change them and just with the work that I do, it’s really advantageous to be able to make different versions or variations or have that choice and not be limited to having it stuck on one layer, but by all means, you can put things, group them together and not have 500 layers like I usually do.

So I’m gonna put some cute buttons here, not with that pen, I’m gonna go back to my dry ink, and I’m gonna put it back to… What do we have it on? Six. I think six will work. Actually, I think it was eight. Okay, cute buttons, I’m just gonna have them overlapping a little bit, and then I’m gonna fill them in below. I’m gonna put another layer here, I’m trying to get away with not having to but I think it’s inevitable. Okay, so that needs to be above. There, yeah.

 

Okay, so I think we need a little bit of detail on this dress, so I might just do a little pattern just… Or something, it needs maybe a little pocket, something right there so with the dark… The dark green, I’m gonna go back into my dark green layer, and let’s just see what a little pocket looks like. And then just a little stitching, may add a little tag there. Back to the other layer and grab that lighter mustard studio pen and fill it in. And I’m actually gonna go over with the white and fill in the tag.

Alright, that’s a little bit more detail, and then, let’s do some shading. So I’m going to go on top of my legs layer, select another layer, and I’m going to just do a little bit of a gray… Well, no actually, no I’m gonna do blue and put it up here, I’ll add this to it. Okay, so we’re gonna go back into our brushes and find painting and go to the Gouache.

 

And what I’m gonna do with this layer is click on it, select clipping mask so that it will select the white part below so I won’t go… Can’t color out here, I can only color in here. So I’m gonna take the Gouache pen or a brush and put it up to maybe a size six, and I’m gonna go at about 70… 70% opacity, and that’ll give us that sort of look. So, of course, she’s gonna have the shadow from there and you can kind of fill it in there. Good, and then I’m going to go where the dress is, the fill, and add another layer.

Again, use the clipping mask, select the darker pink. We still have our Gouache, and we can go in and add some little shadows there. I think I’m gonna up the Gouache, brush a little bit more to maybe size 12, and you can kind of paint away here, giving it a little… A little bit more shape, a little bit more dynamic there.

Skin Layer

Okay, so now onto her skin layer, same thing, click on a skin layer, add a new layer, click it again, hit clipping mask, hit that darker taupe, and we’ll go in again… Actually, I’m gonna change this down a little bit again to an eight, just give it a little definition. Well, actually, you know what here, I’m gonna just erase this and then bring it around here.

She’s gonna have a shadow under her hair. It’ll probably be nice if we give her some eyebrows too. Bring this brush back a little bit just so we can get in with the ears. Again, I don’t really like what I did with those ears. There. Get brush back up about eight, just get this other arm here and some there. Good.

 

Okay, let’s give her some eyebrows, let’s go into her face layer here, select the darker brown, and select inking and dry ink. And I’m sure she’s got some eyebrows in there, we don’t really see them too much, but we should know that they are there. Alright, might just define her nose a little bit, more, so you can kinda see it better.

Okay, and then I’m also going to add a little white on the top. So just a little dot, and we can add… So now I’m getting into details, add a little bit… Little highlight on her lips, maybe not on the top, maybe a little bit on her nose.

 

Okay. So let’s get to you putting a few more textures and stuff into her hair, so I’m gonna select the hair layer and I’m gonna create another layer and a clipping mask. You guessed it, I love clipping masks. So I’m gonna use that dark color again, and I’m gonna go in and I think I’ll use the Gouache, just to keep it consistent here.

We’re gonna just give her some shadows, oh right, those are on a different layer. And I’m just gonna play around with the brush sizes obviously, this doesn’t need to be too exact, but I have it at 2% at the moment. And I still have it at 70% opacity. Just sort of play wherever you think it will be a good idea.

 

Again play with the pressure of your brush a little bit just to have a little variation. Okay, and then I’m gonna go and do the same with the pigtails in the back here, clipping mask, and just yeah get some… A little definition there. That’s good. Okay, I think I’d like some highlights on here, so I’m actually gonna add a new color to this, so what I’m gonna do, or actually I’ll show you how I would select a different color for this on this wheel here. That’s not really a wheel, this picker here. You would go up and to the left, kind of like an L, and that’ll give you a nice highlight color.

So let’s just see if that’s light enough. Of course, I’m on this layer. So that makes a difference. I think that’ll be good. Okay, so I’m gonna have a little bit smaller, 2%. Yeah, then maybe 1%. Have a few lines in there. Alright and then I’m gonna go back up to this layer and throw a few… A few little lights. Okay, that’s good for now.

So I wanna actually show you something, what I often like to do with my clothing to give it a little bit more texture. Of course, you can totally leave it like this, or you can try something a little different, so what I’m gonna do is select my dress layer, and I’m actually gonna turn it white.

 

So There It Is.

Then I’m gonna add another layer and it can be below this clipping mask here, that’s not a problem. Automatically, it will become a clipping mask because that’s not kind of a little sandwich there. I’m gonna select that pink, that lighter pink, I’m actually gonna go and attempt to find where I put this brush.

There it is. Alright, here we go, the spectra brush. I am going to make it quite large, I’m gonna make it about 20%, and then I’m just gonna really lightly, so you can see that’s quite dark, but really lightly just do some layers and it kinda gives us this cool texture that I like, especially for jeans, it’s what I use for jeans a lot. So you just… And you can change the size of it, just so you can mix up the pattern a little bit, and I think that looks cool. Just gives it a little bit different effect. Okay, so we should probably draw the flowers that she’ll be holding here.

So I’m going to go… I’ll just go up the top, the new layer, I’m gonna use the mustard color just to keep our palette consistent, come back to the inking dry ink, and let’s just give her a little… Like that, and maybe one will have a little leaf.

 

 

Okay, and let’s see, maybe there’ll be white flowers, so I’ll use… We shall use blue for the flowers, and it’ll just be simple, simple little flowers. I think a little bit more sketchy. And then I’m gonna use the mustard color for the center. Cute. Okay, so what else shall we do to this lovely little lady? I think her shoes probably need a little shadow, and I think those stripes as well. Let’s do those strips first, do a clipping mask, and I’m gonna use that darker mustard, go back to the, not painting layer. Go back to… Actually not, yeah, it isn’t… What am I saying gouache and bump this back up to, let’s say eight and just do that, it’ll be… So you probably won’t notice it as much… Actually, I’m gonna bump this up to 100% just ’cause I can’t see it very well. There we go. Nice. Cool. Okay. And… Oh, I know what we’ve forgotten her cheeks. There we go.

Okay, so go to her skin layer and add another layer again that will automatically become a clipping mask because you have one on top and go in and find this warm pink color. We have our gouache. Let’s see how big that… You know what? That’s not a bad size. Okay, so I’m at about eight still, and we’re gonna give her some cute little cheeks.

 

That’s so much better. And maybe we’ll give her… I don’t know some freckles? Let’s see… Let’s see, go to her face layer, go to the darker… Well no the lighter brown, I think… And we’ll go to the inking, dry ink and let’s see should she have some over her nose? That’s cute. I always like freckles. Alright, a little smattering.

Okay, so I think I’m almost done, I think we need just a few highlights again, we’re on this hair, I’m going to just do another layer, get this, and I’m just gonna go up here, make it quite a bit lighter and I’m gonna be on my dry ink just to do some more intense layer then I’m gonna do this, add that for the highlights.

I don’t think that’ll be quite as highlighted in there. I think that just adds… We needed a little something. That’s better. Okay. And I think on the buttons, I’m gonna do the white, just give them a little love here. That’s good. Let’s see, maybe we’ll give her like that maybe just like… Yeah. A few little highlights, just to add a little bit more pop.

 

There. I think that turned out alright. So that’s it guys, great job and sticking to the end and getting all the way through. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, and if you did, please hit that like button and subscribe, and don’t forget to hit that bell icon so you can be totally notified of all the new tutorials, just like this one in the future.

So I love you guys. And thanks so much for watching. I’ll see you in the next one.

PS…Check out my other cute clipart collections here!

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Adorable Angel Clipart for Commercial Use

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Adorable Angel Clipart for Commercial Use

Hey everyone, hope you are doing well!

Today we are going to take a look at adorable angel clipart and not just any old regular clipart of angels.  We are going to look at beautiful hand drawn angel clipart that you can use for commercial purposes.

So, if you are on the lookout for angel drawings for your creative project that will help it fly off the shelves and money into your bank account…well I think you’re in the right place!

As I write this it is cold outside and I have on some very soothing music in the background.  I am imagining you with a nice hot cup of tea or coffee settling in to your comfy chair.  So, without further delay…let’s take a look at some adorable angel illustrations before your coffee gets cold!

Cute Angel Clipart

First off, I believe you’ve got to have angel clipart that is really cute.  In my mind I am thinking of angel illustrations that would be suitable for anything to do with products for nurseries, baby showers, baptisms, first birthdays, Christmas, Easter or things for little girls.

With that in mind, I have picked out some of the angel clipart collections that I think would be perfect for any of those events.

Oh, and before I forget, Kris does have an Angel clipart package coming out very soon.  I’ll talk more about it later but if you want you can see it right away here.

Little Angel Clipart

The first collection you should check out is Little Angels Clipart by Natdzho.  These little girl angels are super cute!  You get 3 different hand drawn angels in the package and 27 other elements like wings and flowers to decorate your angels.  Isn’t that fantastic?

The files come in SVG and PNG format.  Get it with a commercial license and you are good to go.  Check out the awesome preview images and what the angel art would look like on pajamas and stationary here.

Angel Line Art

For those of you looking for angel line art then you should go check out Baby Angels by Euonia Meraki.  This is super cute angel line clipart that will let you easily create adorable products and merchandise or even just personal items.

There are 16 baby angels and 78 total items in the collection.  All files are offered in PNG format.

Check them out and thank me later!

Angel Clipart PNG

One of the things I look for when looking for any type of clipart is that the artist has a unique style.  One artist in particular that fits that bill in Karamfila. That is why I think it is worth your time to check out her Angels Please clipart collection.

These are super cute angels, with all different hairstyles and angel’s wings.  Some are playing harps and trumpets which is adorable.  All the files come in PNG format.

Check out Angels Please here.

Christmas Angel Clipart

If you are like me you love Christmas.  And when I think of Christmas one of the things I think of is angels!  A collection I really think would could work for Christmas angels is Holly & Jolly Xmas Angels by Karamfila.

You’ll see the style of the angels is similar to Angels Please however, the collection uses more Christmas colors and Christmas themed design elements.

Check out Holly & Jolly here.

Angel Wings Clipart

Looking for angel wings clipart in black and white?  Check out Hand Drawn Wings Clipart by PassionPNGCreation.  These are very tastefully drawn angel wings that may work perfect if that is what you’re in need of.

Check them out here.

angel clipart

Kris Lauren Cute Angel Clipart

Keep your eyes peeled because Kris’s new Angel Clipart Collection will be released in December which is right around the corner.  I don’t want to ruin the surprise so I will wait to talk about it till then!

In the meantime, I hope the other collections I mentioned will be helpful to you!

Happy creating!

Matt

Update!

The new Little Angels clipart package is available now!  The Little Angels pattern collection is also now available.

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Hand Painted Watercolor Flower Borders That Nobody Talks About.

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Hand Painted Watercolor Flower Borders That Nobody Talks About.

So, let’s talk about them…because nobody else is!

Let’s be honest.  The reason nobody talks about the watercolor flower borders that we are going to talk about is not because they are not breathtaking, elegant and stunning.

No, not at all!

The reason that nobody talks about them is that nobody sees them.  Why, you might ask?  Well, if you want the honest truth it is because, with all the watercolor art out there already, it is hard to get anything new to be seen in the sea of watercolor flowers that already are online.

You’ve got to tweet, pin, video, Instagram, post, pray, buy ad time, call 10 friends, write a chain letter and basically rent a plane to fly a banner in the sky and that still doesn’t guarantee that anyone will see it!

So, in our wisdom, we decided we would talk about it here so good people like yourself have another way to find these lovely watercolor flower borders.  And hopefully, this will be helpful to you or someone else that needs premade watercolor floral borders for a project they are working on.

Hopefully, they will see this and say, “Oh my gosh! These are the watercolor flower borders I have been looking for!  I just love these!”.

Bring on the borders of watercolor flowers

Well now that we have that out of the way let’s talk about these exquisite floral borders.

All of these beautiful watercolor flowers are hand painted by the very talented Kris Lauren.  If you have never heard of Kris Lauren than you can read more about her here or you can watch her paint some lovely watercolor anemones!

Allegra Watercolor Flower Borders

watercolor flower borders

The flower borders in the Allegra Watercolor Collection are painted in vibrant violets and hot pinks.  If you have a lot of personal flare and you like your creative projects to stand out as much as you do then the borders in Allegra will be just what you are looking for.

As you can see from the image above the attention to detail of the foliage and flowers is exquisite.  And don’t worry there is more than just one flower border in the Allegra collection.

There are actually 6 premade flower borders included and 66 individual elements if you would like to make your own borders from scratch.

Truth be told, there is so much more than just flower borders and individual elements in the collection that you really need to see it for yourself.

Blushing Violet Flower Watercolor Borders

watercolor floral border

The flower borders in the Blushing Violet Watercolor Collection are painted in soft violets and blush pinks.  If you are looking for a more soft and subdued color palette then the borders in Blushing Violet will make you very happy indeed.

As you can see from the image above the attention to detail is amazing.  Again, no need for concern, there is more than just one flower border in the Blushing Violet collection.

There are actually 6 premade flower borders included and 80+ individual elements if you would like to make your own borders from scratch.

Again, Kris Lauren likes to include a lot in her watercolor packages and this one has 250 images so you won’t run out of ideas anytime soon.  See it now!

Pretty in Pink Watercolor Flower Border

flower border watercolor

The flower borders in the Pretty in Pink Watercolor Collection are painted in rose golds and soft pinks.  If you are looking for floral borders that are extra feminine then the borders in Pretty in Pink will help you achieve that feminine look you are after.

As you can see from the image above the attention to detail of the pink roses and peonies is stunning.  You’ve probably figured it out by now but just in case, there is more than just one flower border in the Pretty in Pink collection.

There are actually 8 premade flower borders included and 47 individual elements if you would like to make your own borders from scratch.

These flower borders would be perfect for invitations, stationary and so much more but there is more in the collection that you will fall in love with.

In Closing

We sincerely hope that helps you in finding some watercolor flower borders that you can use for your next project.  Creating is fun and if you do end up using some of Kris Lauren’s art in your project drop us a line on our contact page as show us your finished product!

Happy creating!

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These Alcohol Ink Blown Flowers Are Different. Here’s Why.

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A Collection of Alcohol Ink Blown Flowers That Will Blow Your Mind!

Alcohol Ink is very popular for making abstract flowers.  Why you ask?  Well alcohol ink can be difficult to control.  In fact, you can really tell the difference between alcohol ink flowers and watercolor flower clipart.  It is hard to produce fine details with alcohol ink and that is why you will find it used for a lot of abstract art.

That being said, we wanted to find an example of alcohol ink being used to produce more realistic flowers while still incorporating the bold and vibrant colors of alcohol ink.  This, turns out, is actually not as easy as we first thought!  However, nothing to fear, we did come across this example of alcohol ink blown flowers that actually have a high level of detail by Kris Lauren of Pretty Little Lines.

What is Alcohol Ink art?

Alcohol Ink art is, as the term suggests, art made with alcohol ink.  This begs the question, what is alcohol ink?

Alcohol ink is highly pigmented and alcohol based.  It can be diluted with isopropyl alcohol to create transparent washes and other effects to give the painting more depth and texture.

Alcohol Ink Flower art techniques

There are many various ways alcohol ink can be applied to create flowers.  Here are a few:

  • Magic Erasers
  • Felt Stamps
  • Brushes
  • Markers
  • Spray bottles
  • Droppers
  • Art Sponges
  • Straws

Because we want to focus on Alcohol ink blown flowers we won’t go into many of the techniques but instead just focus on the blown technique.

How To Make Alchohol Ink blown Flower Art

We found out that alcohol ink is a new medium that Kris Lauren had wanted to try but had never really worked with before.  Initially the difficulty in making blown alcohol ink flowers was having any type of control over where the ink went to create some sort of resemblance of a somewhat realistic flower.

To make blown alcohol ink flowers one can use tiles, or yupo paper.  There are other “canvases” you can use but we won’t go into them here.  Obviously, whether you use tiles or yupo paper will cause differences in how the alcohol ink performs and there will be some level of “playing with it” to get it to perform the way you want.

If you have access to an airbrush that is one way to create alcohol ink blown flowers.  Many professionals use this technique but for someone just starting to use alcohol ink they may not have access to that equipment.  For those without an airbrush alcohol ink blown flowers can also be created by blowing into a straw.

Making Alcohol Ink Flowers With a Straw

This is done by using a dropper to get ink on the paper and then blowing through the straw to spread the paint out to achieve the shapes, level of transparency and intricacies that you are after for your flowers.

We recommend practicing as this will take some practice to develop a technique that will allow you to develop a final product that you are happy with.

You can use layers of different colors and isopropyl to create depth and add detail to your flowers.  Even if you are using a straw to create blown flowers don’t be afraid to expirement with brushes also.  Brushes can be used to add stems or even create details within the blown flowers themselves.  It really is all about experimenting and playing with the different techniques until you come up with your winning formula.

Another great thing to do is to experiment with letting certain layers dry before adding others to add even more layers and depth to your flowers.

Alcohol Ink flower art for sale

Alcohol Ink flowers have really starting to gain in popularity over the recent years.  There are getting to be more, easily found examples, out there.  However, as we previously mentioned, we still had some difficulty finding alcohol ink flowers that were realistic enough for our taste.

One might say that the whole point of alcohol ink blown flowers is to create flowers that are more abstract.  That may be true but still, we didn’t see why there couldn’t be alcohol ink flowers that were more on the realistic side.

Alcohol Ink Flowers and Metallic Leaf Arrangements

In our search we found this collection of blown alcohol ink flowers by Kris Lauren.  What immediately caught our eye was the vibrant colors of the collection, the depth and especially how the flowers are more realistic than many of the other examples of alcohol ink flowers that we had come across.

This collection of individually hand painted alcohol ink flowers is perfect for websites, branding, stationary, invitations and so much more.  Whatever you use them for, your project will stand out by using these more free flowing and impressionistic flowers.

You get just shy of 75 different premade elements in the collection that you can mix and match to create wonderful esthetics for your creative project.  There are premade floral bouquets, floral wreaths, floral sprays, floral frames and card templates.  In addition, there are 43 individual elements that you can use to make your own arrangements if you like

All files come in high resolution PNG format for ease of use and maximum usability.

Check out more alcohol ink flower clipart examples from Alcohol Ink Flowers and Metallic Leaf Arrangements.

Happy creating!

easter flower clipart

The Ultimate Guide to Watercolor Easter Flower Clipart

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The Ultimate Guide to Watercolor Easter Flower Clipart

Get the best Easter flower clipart for your creative project.

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Welcome to the Ultimate Guide to Watercolor Easter Flower Clipart.  It’s never too late to start planning your Easter themed creative projects whether they be invitations, planners, cards, fabrics or decorations.  Easter is such a wonderful time of spring flowers, chocolates, Easter bunnies and the Christian celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Easter

Easter is a very special holiday for Christians but Easter is also often associated with colored eggs, hopping bunnies and chocolate treats!  Easter is also a time for flowers.  At Easter time spring has sprung and the plants and flowers are beginning to grow.  Many people adorn their homes with beautiful spring flowers around Easter time to be able to experience the sweet aromas of fresh flowers and the feeling of rejuvenation that they bring.  Because of this many people feel that flowers are a very important symbol of Easter.

Easter Flowers

Of course some of the most popular Easter flowers are tulips, daisies, hydrangeas, forsythias, lilies, daffodils, irises, hyacinths and roses.  These are just some of the most popular Easter flowers but really any spring flower is more than appropriate for Easter!  Of course, as much as we love fresh flowers, the thing is that you have to remember to water them, take care of them and eventually they do die and need to be thrown out.  However, watercolor Easter flower clipart doesn’t need any of these things and it stays looking great all year round!

So for those of us that like pretty flowers but may not have a green thumb Easter flower clipart is the way to go.  And besides real flowers probably won’t work very well in your next creative project.

Let’s take a look some stunning watercolor flower collections that will make your life much easier and your creative project more likely to catch the eye of potential customers!

Easter Flower Clipart

Pretty in Pink Watercolor Collection

This watercolor flower collection is perfect for Easter creative projects.  Filled with stunning and elegant watercolor roses, carnations, leaves and many other embellishments you will be overwhelmed by all the different watercolor flowers you can mix and match to come up with the perfect Easter flower clipart arrangement.  As the name says the collection is all done in soft pinks and rose golds which is a perfect color for Easter and spring.  In addition to all the individual elements that are included in the collection, there are also many pre-made floral arrangements.  Make your finished product even more stunning and save time by using the floral wreaths, borders and bouquets that are included in the collection.

This beautiful collection of flower clipart also comes with floral letters that are perfect if you need to have text in your creative project.  Easter party supplies, Easter décor and Easter invitations come to mind as the perfect use for the Pretty in Pink collection.

View the Pretty in Pink collection for yourself.

  • Blushing Violet Watercolor Clipart Collection

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Blushing Violet Watercolor Collection

Another stunning example of flower clipart perfect for Easter creatives is the Blushing Violet Watercolor Clipart collection.  As the name states, if you are in search of flower clipart in more blush tones, than your search may conclude with the Blushing Violet collection.  The collection features blush pink and violet roses and gerbera daisies.  The flowers and other items are exquisitely hand-painted to create Easter flower clipart that truly will give your creative project an appealing look.  There are many individual items, pre-made floral arrangements and frames, numbers and letters included in the package.  Also included are sets of different flowers with silver or gold metallic accents.

In all there are 250 items that come in the collection when you purchase so the possibilities of what you can make are only limited by your own creativity.

You have just been given a hint of how majestic the Blushing Violet Watercolor collection is but you must see it for yourself.

Allegra Watercolor Clipart Collection

For those looking for a collection of flower clipart in vibrant colors will be happy to find the Allegra Watercolor Clipart Collection.  The vibrant jewels and hot pinks of the hand painted dahlias, peonies, irises, gerberas and anemones will quench your thirst for eye popping Easter flower clipart.  If you need to save time there are a variety of readymade floral bouquets, border, frames and wreaths waiting to enhance your Easter creative project.  If you like to be more hands on in creating your own flower arrangement clipart there are 66 individual elements for you to make something from scratch.

There are 192 eye catching elements that come in the collection.  Your Easter creative never looked so good with Allegra.

See the vibrant Allegra watercolor flower PNG clipart.

Design Cuts

We thought it would be hard to call this the Ultimate Guide to Watercolor Easter Flower Clipart if we didn’t mention a couple of the marketplaces where you can find even more amazing watercolor flower clipart.  Design Cuts is an awesome marketplace where you can really find everything and the kitchen sink when it comes to all things creative.  Design Cuts is well respected and the people that work there are lovely to deal with.  In addition, many extremely talented artists sell their flower clipart collections on Design Cuts.  You will have no problem finding amazing Easter flower clipart for your creative project on DC.

Check out Design Cuts.

Creative Market

Creative Market is truly a behemoth when it comes to a marketplace for creatives.  If you can’t find what you are looking for on Creative Market than you probably won’t be able to find it at all.  That is the only drawback with Creative Market.  There is so much content on CM that you could literally search for hours.  You will probably find something you like but you may not even find the best flower clipart because it is buried under pages and pages of results.  We guess it’s a good problem to have and don’t let it scare you away from CM.  There are so many amazing artists and amazing flower clipart collections on CM that you probably will be more likely to have trouble choosing which one to buy!

Check out Creative Market.

Whatever time of year it is that you are reading this Happy Easter!

And happy creating!