Here is a new free brush pack for Procreate, 55 flower stamp brushes.
Check out my new online class: “iPad Artistry: Quirky Animal Portraits – with custom Procreate brushes” where you can learn how to create portraits like these.
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Here are a few new faces. If you would like to learn how to create your own, check out my Quirky Faces in Procreate online class on Skillshare.
This is another version of Audrey done with some watercolour textures.
The textures in this one, including the background, were done with watercolour brushes for Procreate by Brenda Bakker. If you’re on Skillshare, I recommend her classes.
Before I get to the dogs and cats, I want to thank my friend Ronit for the help with giving names to my creations. Here are the first faces I created, with their names. These are all done with techniques from my Quirky Faces Skillshare class.
Now, after creating all these faces, and a bunch more, I thought I would try creating dog and cat faces. Here are my first results.
This is another painting of Lucy, done in the batik style taught by Jennifer Nichols on Skillshare.
I have had some wonderful feedback and reviews of my new class. To see them, click here and scroll down the page to the Reviews section.
I wanted to share some new faces I created. Additionally, I thought it would be a good idea to give names to all my faces.
Want to learn how to create cool faces like these on your iPad? Check out my new online class: “iPad Artistry: Quirky Faces in Procreate – with 50+ custom brushes”.
Use this link to get a free 14-day trial on Skillshare, you can take all my classes and then some! https://skl.sh/3npfPQl
I have been having so much fun this week creating faces in Procreate. Here are a few examples. These will be featured in my next Skillshare class.
I have been working again with Alaina Jensen’s alcohol ink brushes for Procreate. In this one, I have gotten away from my usual bright colours for a pretty cool result.
This is a portrait of my friend’s dog Leo, where I used a couple of Alaina’s brushes to create a colourful texture that I blended with Leo’s photo.
In real life, since alcohol inks are transparent, they can’t really be used on a dark surface. But digitally, there are ways around that. Here’s an example.
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Here is some more digital silk painting made with techniques I learned from Jennifer Nichols on Skillshare.
Here are two versions of batik circles, which include patterns from my free Procreate brushes.
This is a flower I made with one of my textures. I wanted to see what it would look like on a scarf (scarf from Printify).