Paint a Watercolor Clover in Procreate

Grab the source photo from my Pinterest board here: https://every-tuesday.com/pinterest-flowers

We used my paid set of watercolor illustration brushes for the entire project, including the paper texture (thank you for your support!): https://every-tuesday.com/watercolor-illustration

Want to learn more about digital watercolor techniques in Procreate? Take a deep dive in my online course, Watercolor Florals in Procreate: https://learn.every-tuesday.com/watercolor-florals-in-procreate/

New to Procreate? Take my free course, Procreate 5X for Beginners, here: https://learn.every-tuesday.com/procreate-for-beginners/

For more Procreate design projects like this one, check out my playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOaLExfvXZWKiSx41F91WSZy4eDrPqj4c

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! This week, I’m sending some extra luck your way with a watercolor 4 leaf clover in Procreate!

From this intermediate tutorial, you’ll learn how to:
✨ Create a simple sketch based on a photograph
✨ Pull and use color directly from a source photo
✨ Paint and blend digital watercolor textures
✨ Use a textured and smudged layer mask
✨ Add messy final details and a watercolor paper texture

Grab the source photo and brushes above to get started!

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

This artwork was created on a 3rd gen iPad Pro (12.9″, 256GB) along with a 2nd gen Apple Pencil using the Procreate app (v.5.1.5)

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