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/snake-plant-color
The brushes used are from my Procreate Watercolor Illustration Brush Set, available here: https://every-tuesday.com/watercolor-illustration
My Flower Reference Photos Pinterest board where the photo used is located is available here: https://every-tuesday.com/pinterest-flowers
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For more Procreate design projects, check out this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOaLExfvXZWKiSx41F91WSZy4eDrPqj4c
This week, we’re painting a watercolor snake plant in Procreate! Although we’re using my paid set of watercolor illustration brushes for this, you can use the exact process shown and just change up the style if you’d like to use other ones. In the video, we go through creating a sketch template based on a photograph without tracing, how to layer color and texture as well as simple ways to add depth. Grab the free color palette and your favorite brushes to get started!
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The Apple Pencil grip you see me using in the video is called the Nimble Grip, available here: https://every-tuesday.com/grip
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