Grab this week’s free color palette here (make sure you’ve updated to the latest version of Procreate before downloading/installing): https://every-tuesday.com/shaded-floral-color
The main brush used is my monoweight brush (free, along with many others when you become a free Every Tuesday email subscriber): https://every-tuesday.com/resource-library
We also used the free 2B Compressed default Procreate brush (found in the Charcoals category)
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This week, by viewer request, we’re applying shading to florals! This can really give your illustrations an impressive feel of depth by following a few simple rules. We’re using all free brushes this week (my monoweight brush and a default charcoal brush) and the color palette is free as always (link above). We’re using a lot of layers with this one, keeping them organized by groups as well as incorporating several clipping masks, so it’s a step above beginner for skill level. If you’ve completed this tutorial: https://youtu.be/qw411vLroUU previously though, you’re in perfect shape for this one!
I use the Paperlike screen protector on my 3rd gen iPad Pro (12.9″, 256GB). More info here: https://paperlike.com/everytuesday
I’m also using the NimbleGrip by Uppercase on my 2nd gen Apple Pencil. Check it out/pick it up here: https://every-tuesday.com/grip
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