6 ways to design and use your own Procreate brushes

S Sukilopi, Artist, Skillshare teacher

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9 Videos (36m)
    • Presentation

      0:50
    • Resources

      0:38
    • Layering

      9:10
    • Stencil

      7:45
    • Grey gradient

      4:23
    • Patterned brushes

      4:08
    • Brushes into brushes

      5:15
    • Magic eraser

      2:07
    • What to do with your brushes

      1:37
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About This Class

Designing brushes in Procreate is fun and easy, how about learning new ways to use them for some amazing results?

Wether you are a beginner or already familiar with the process, I will show you various styles and effects that you can create from some basic drawings.

The theme of my brushes is Japanese motifs but you can apply these methods to any subject, from simple geometrical shapes to more elaborate artwork.

We will draw one shape after another, and for each of them I will show you a different way to use your brush, depending on the style of your project.

The possibilities are endless and a lot of fun, and with your own brushes you can easily design wonderful patterns or even sell them on platforms like Creative Market.

So, let’s grab our iPad and stylus and get started!

Dropbox link to my Japanese pattern library: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/epckntcd2dd8lwe/AACs79ouqYcdKmwXKY6B64tCa?dl=0

Dropbox link to my Collage papers library: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/gwx6ox4bfxs8cc0/AABw9vZOsHjVjVuf6DB6oGxua?dl=0

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I've always wondered how this is done!!! Thank you Sandrine for a wonderful and easy to follow class!
Chris V

Artist, Designer, Maker

I am a beginner with Procreate and this lesson explained clearly how to make and use brushes. Very helpful and informative!

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S Sukilopi

Artist, Skillshare teacher


Hello, I'm Sandrine (or Suki Lopi, my beloved artist name)!

I am an artist who loves using all kinds of media and especially watercolors. I occasionally design patterns in Procreate, and also enjoy working on digital collages.

I sell my art on print on demand websites, such as Society6 and Redbubble.

Although I strongly admire artists who can perfectly reproduce what they see, it is not my personal aim to do so. I favour creativity and imagination over realism and per...

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