Be Merry! Easy Evergreen Doodles in Procreate

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We’re kicking off my annual holiday tutorial series this week with tutorial number 1 of 6! I’ve got a bunch of fun projects for you this year that you’ll be able to repurpose however you’d like for both digital and stationery needs! Today, we’re starting with some easy evergreen doodles using chalk brushes for that nice hard + soft feel, then finishing it up with hand lettering and a textured, two toned border.

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✨ This artwork was created on a 5th gen iPad Pro (12.9”, 256GB) with a 2nd gen Apple Pencil using the Procreate app (v.5.2)
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✨ I’m also using the NimbleGrip by Uppercase on my 2nd Gen Apple Pencil:
✨ When not in use, I keep my Apple Pencil in the NimbleStand:
✨I recommend any iPad listed here for working in Procreate: as they all allow for pressure sensitivity. I only recommend an Apple Pencil because of its reliability compared to other 3rd party styluses



00:00 Intro + supplies
01:00 Download the brushes
02:15 Paint branches
04:10 Paint berries
05:00 Supporting leaves
06:40 Add lettering
07:45 Textured border



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