Paint Messy Gouache Wildflowers in Procreate

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I’m kind of on a wildflower doodling kick these days and I’ve been obsessively painting every flower that comes to mind with my new gouache brushes! This week is a much more freestyle approach than many of my other recent vids – we’re painting from memory, making adjustments on the fly and positioning things wherever we feel they fit best. We’ll lean on instinct a lot, but I explain everything as we go along 🙂

From this beginner friendly tutorial, you’ll learn how to:

✨ Paint echinacea with subtle shadow + highlight details
✨ Add simple supporting foliage and florals
✨ Edit stems to improve the viewer’s focus + reduce clutter
✨ Adjust opacity for added depth
✨ Create a painterly background

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

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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.5.1.6)

Nails: I’m wearing Madam Glam gel polish in Russian Blue ( Every Tuesday viewers can take 30% off with the discount code Teela30

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