Paint a Gouache Wheelbarrow of Flowers in Procreate

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We used my paid set of gouache lovers brushes for this project:

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See the first vid of this series here:
And the second vid here:

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We’re wrapping up my mini gardening series this week with a gouache wheelbarrow of flowers! While it’s the most challenging of the three vids in this series, we’re using many of the skills we’ve used before. I’ve also packed it with a bunch of new tips I haven’t shared anywhere before (like adjusting a sketch layer’s proportions and adding depth to a flower arrangement to make it seem fuller). The pace is a little quicker since we have a lot to get through, but remember! You can always go into ‘drunk Teela mode’ (the official name) and slow me down by hitting the little gear icon in the bottom right corner of the YouTube player and changing the playback speed 😉

From this advanced tutorial, you’ll learn how to:
✨ Create and edit a sketch layer
✨ Add a painterly texture to a large object
✨ Create a full flower arrangement without crowding
✨ Add fullness to the arrangement with a simple layer trick 😉
✨ Create filled circles and ellipses using the selection tool

Grab the free color palette and brushes above to get started!

I use the Paperlike screen protector on my 5th gen iPad Pro (12.9″, 256GB). More info here:

I’m also using the NimbleGrip by Uppercase on my 2nd gen Apple Pencil. Check it out/pick it up here:

This artwork was created on a 5th gen iPad Pro (12.9″, 256GB) along with a 2nd gen Apple Pencil using the Procreate app (v.5.1.7)

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