Paint Gouache Gardening Supplies in Procreate

Download this week’s free color palette here (make sure you’re updated to the latest version of Procreate before downloading/ installing):

We used my paid set of Gouache Lovers brushes for all of the illustrations in this project:

As well as the mono marker from my Font Lovers brush set for the lettering: (thank you for your support!)

Want to learn more about digital gouache techniques in Procreate? Take a deep dive in my online course, Gouache Botanicals in Procreate:

New to Procreate? Take my free course, Procreate 5x for Beginners, here:

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With the beautiful weather we’ve been having in the US South, I’ve been soaking up every minute of sunshine I can get before it turns sweltering this summer. Spence and I moved last year to the country, so this year I’ve started a flower garden and I’ve been adding more potted plants to our interior, too. With gardening on the brain, what started as one tutorial idea evolved into a mini series of 3 gardening illustration tutorials! This week, we’re kicking off video number 1 with some gouache gardening supplies 🌱

From this intermediate tutorial, you’ll learn how to:

✨ Create and alter a sketch layer
✨ Use the copy/paste selection option
✨ Establish a painting order based on an element’s appearance
✨ Create a highly organized file with many layers + groups
✨ Center and scale all elements for an effective layout

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

I use the Paperlike screen protector on my 3rd 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 3rd 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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