I”m still enjoying the digital “silk painting” I learned from Jennifer Nichols on Skillshare. Here are a few more creations; I’m thinking of having some of them printed on scarves in my print-on-demand shop.
In these two, I tried to simulate dimensional paint on the outlines.
The background in this piece is a scan of real alcohol ink, to which I added some digital alcohol ink with Alaina’s brushes.
This one was done entirely in Procreate. I put the alcohol ink on a black background, which is not really possible in real life because of the transparency of the inks.
In this one, I started with a cut-out version of one of my mandalas, and used one of Alaina’s brushes in several colours for the background.
This final one is another hybrid painting. I started with a texture I created with real alcohol ink, then I added some extra texture with Alaina’s brushes in green and gold. Then I added the black octopus silhouette, and use another one of Alaina’s brushes in red and orange for texture.
I love the Liquify tool in Procreate. I this class, you’ll get a tour of all the settings and options, and then how to create great liquified artwork, and how to apply liquified textures to interesting projects.