Floral wreath in Procreate, Drawing assist, Clipping mask, Gaussian Blur, adding shadows in Procreate, hand lettering
In today’s tutorial, we will learn how to draw a flower wreath using the Drawing assist and Clipping mask tools in Procreate. We will also learn how to add shadows to our elements using the Gaussian Blur tool. And, in the end, we will learn to add some hand lettering to our final illustration.
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Sketch and Color swatch:
To draw this Floral wreath in Procreate, you would need to download the sketch and the color palette.
How to get the color swatch into Procreate:
- Download the color palette (swatch) onto your iPad.
- If download it to your dropbox app, you can just select the swatch and click on ‘send to Procreate’.
- If it’s not with dropbox, select the swatch > share > open with procreate.
- Now, go and open procreate and you can see your swatch. Just a heads up, it might not be on the top of list, so scroll and check if you cannot find it.
To bring the sketch into your Procreate, click on the wrench > add Photos and import the photo.
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