Watercolor Line Art Bouquet in Procreate

I’m revisiting a favorite this week – line art with watercolor! I wanted to keep the palette super simple with this one (only 4 colors!) and we freehand everything with simple imperfect shapes and lots of satisfying smudging.

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The other line art tutorial mentioned in this tut is available here: https://youtu.be/TaFpDoz7KCY

More Procreate projects like this one: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOaLExfvXZWKiSx41F91WSZy4eDrPqj4c

Love digital watercolor? Check out my full course here: https://learn.every-tuesday.com/watercolor-florals-in-procreate/



✅ Watercolor Illustration Brush Set: https://every-tuesday.com/watercolor-illustration
✅ Color Palette (free): http://every-tuesday.com/watercolor-line-color



✨ This artwork was created on a 5th gen iPad Pro (12.9”, 256GB) with a 2nd gen Apple Pencil using the Procreate app (v.5.1.8)
✨ I use the Paperlike screen protector on my iPad Pro, more info here: https://every-tuesday.com/paperlike
✨ I’m also using the NimbleGrip by Uppercase on my 2nd Gen Apple Pencil: https://every-tuesday.com/grip
✨ When not in use, I keep my Apple Pencil in the NimbleStand: https://every-tuesday.com/stand
✨I recommend any iPad listed here for working in Procreate: https://every-tuesday.com/ipads as they all allow for pressure sensitivity. I only recommend an Apple Pencil because of its reliability compared to other 3rd party styluses



00:00 Intro + Supplies
00:36 Create the layout
02:00 Paint the stamens
02:45 Paint the stems
04:00 Paint the leaves
04:50 Add color to the petals
05:30 Make it messy
07:00 Add the line art
09:30 Add the lettering
10:15 Final details
11:30 That’s a wrap!



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