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Create Soft Botanical Watercolor Paintings in Procreate

Brenda Bakker

Create Soft Botanical Watercolor Paintings in Procreate

Brenda Bakker

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13 Lessons (2h)
    • 1. Intro

      1:39
    • 2. Importing canvas, brushes and colorswatch and explaining brushes

      5:43
    • 3. Eucalyptus

      14:46
    • 4. Rounded Leaves Twig

      9:02
    • 5. Thyme

      10:29
    • 6. Rosemary

      8:15
    • 7. Pointy Leaves Twig

      13:48
    • 8. Lavender

      11:04
    • 9. Fantasy Magnolia Part 1

      11:52
    • 10. Fantasy Magnolia Part 2

      10:19
    • 11. Willow Twig

      7:41
    • 12. How to combine multiple paintings in to one canvas

      11:15
    • 13. More examples and a walk through them

      5:05
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Hi and welome to my third Skillshareclass,

I just love to draw in procreate, but I also love the authentic look of a real watercolor. So why not combine those two? In this class I will teach you my way of creating some stylized botanics but with a realistic watercolorlook and feel just without the mess of a lot of ink, brushes and paper...

I will provide a special watercolorcanvas which is realy important to get a realistic and non digital feel and also I share a very small brushset and a botanical colorswatch. You can find them in the class project section. Make sure you are in your browser to download them and not in the skillshare app.

You also will be needing an Ipad with procreate and a pressure sensitive stylus.

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1. Intro: Two. In this case. 2. Importing canvas, brushes and colorswatch and explaining brushes: Hi there. So nice for you to join in. I want to get started. Do you want to get started to So come on and let's get those brushes. Those brushes you can't get within the app. You need to go to your skill, share, ONE, your Safari or your browser. And then you go to the projects and resources. And you've got to read all of this. Make sure you do. Then when you tap the button, Seymour. And there you can find a canvas, watercolor brushes and the color swatch. It's very easy to get them in your procreates tip on the Canvas. It will go to a drop box. Here you can see you procreates, tap on it. It will say it's not available, don't worry. Co2, three dots in the upper right corner. Select Export. And let's copy it to procreates. Then it will do the work for you. And you can find it in your gallery. All the campuses you download into procreate, it will come all the way in your upper left corner of your procreate. So let's get back. And to get import those brushes, let them import it. And it will say it's not available. Don't worry, go again to year three corners, three dots in the corner. Export to procreate again. It will import automatically. And when you open up a canvas, you can see your brush, new brush it all the way up here. And here you can see the brushes. There are few. This is the new one. The other ones you can always get in my former classes, I am going to explain something to you about them a little later. Let's get back to import the Color Swatch. Go back to your skill share gloss. The color swatch, tap on it. It will say it's not available again, don't worry. We don't listen to it. Export. Export to procreate, copy to procreate. And when you open up a canvas and you open up the color swatches, you can find it all the way down at your color swatch, side2 defaults and eye color, almost everything with my disk and there you have it already. So let's talk about those brushes. The first one is you 6B pencil. Nothing fancy. It's from procreate itself. The second one is a new one. I created it myself. Lets clear the area. I created myself. I'm very proud of this one. I studied a lot about brushes. And the one thing I particularly like about this brush is it's used with pressure sensitivity. So the harder you push the sacred a stroke will be the software you push and drag it way smaller. Also, I've got a little bit of color sensitivity in it, so it's a little bit darker when you don't push, but when you push, the color gets lighter you see. So you can vary in different colors. And that's important for the strokes. Because I can make a lovely eucalyptus stroke. I can make a lovely bolt petal. And when I make it smaller, I can easily use vein in it. And we can make some different shapes. Let's make it bigger then. Don't worry about it. We're gonna practices in class right away. So it's all about real strokes, like how you would do it with a pencil in real watercolor. Third brush is my watercolor scribble brush. It's used in other classes, but I can show you what it does. You can, of course, you can paint with it. We are going to do it in one of the last chapters. It's very nice. Brush, slightly pushed. It's got a soft texture color. You can always push it harder and then it will get sicker and more opaque kind of color. But in this class we will mostly be using it as a smudge brush because it's very lovely in the blending. Don't smudge too much because when you smush all the way, you're gonna lose some textures just by tapping and damping, you can get a lovely soft watercolor blends and you can keep some textures that is important in this class. And what is the, another brush? It's my brush pen. You can use it in one of the latest clauses where we can do a little bit of hand lettering. But if you can't do hand lettering, no worries. I'm gonna show you how you can add your own text in font. And I've got to find out we'll be using that again in some other class later. And I will show you. This is also very fun. So you can make some drops within the flowers. So now you know everything about the brushes and how to import them. And let's go to the classes. I can't wait to teach you and I think you have heard enough about this. So let's get started. Come on and joining. See you next chapter. 3. Eucalyptus: So now we're going to make the eucalyptus first. What you're gonna do is always duplicate the canvas first. So you always have an extra one that's blank. Here we're going to draw on this one. And eucalyptus is very easy plant. We're going to take this lighter green. And we're going to take the pedal brush first. At small size, 3%, 4 percent, I think 4%. It's fine. And it's very simple. It's just small stem. And we're going to increase the size of it. Have 202930. Let's see how big that is. I think I have the perfect size. It's just practice. You see what we practiced before? Is slight pressure. More pressure, more pressure, more pressure, slider pressures, litre pressure, slider pressure. Now it's got a little gap here. Don't worry about it. But you see when slight pair shares, there's a little bit darker area and the more you push, it gets lighter color. So that's what I've shown you before and that's what you're going to do with this one. So slight pressure, more pressure, more pressure, more pressure, mesh liners, slider, almost numb. And they don't have to be precise. And the upper side, the opposite side, slide pressure, more pressure, more pressure, more pressures, lightness, lightness, lightness liners learner. So that's what you're going to say in your head all the time. And make the leaves a little bit different. Not all the way here and here and here and here at the same time, sometimes you will be looking at the twisted side of the leaf. So let's make an old shape here. And push, push, push, push, push, push, slide a bush more and more and more and more slider. And now we're going to take an oath shape, leave on this side and maybe overlap a little bit. Push, push, push, push, push, push, more or less, less, less, less, less. And slide more and more and more and more and more or less, less, less, less, less. And another one. More or less. It's just about practice. Start slightly more and more and more and more and more and more. Listlessness, lawlessness. Ok. Where it's overlapped. You can choose what which leave you want on top side. I think the one on the upper side is overlapping the other one. So I'm going to blend this in a little bit. And for that one, I go to my watercolor scribble brush, but done in blending. It's already there. And mostly in this kind of drawings are used always this want to smudge and don't touch it too much because the texture will get lost in it. So just a little bit stepping in, dabbing so you don't see the hard line anymore. And now let the magic begin. Because now it's all one color. We're going not going to leave it like this. I'm just going to put it a little bit more in the middle, in the center. And now we're going to do some tricks. The first we're gonna do is to make some different colors in it because they're not all having same color. So we're going to select free handling and just take a few leaves. Not all of them, just a few, one on this side. And I like the one here. And take this, make it real shape. So this, these three leaves are now going to color. And then we go to the little want, go to u, saturation and brightness. And now slightly a little bit to the right, to the blue and purple color. And no, no more coloring difference. About 8, 9% I think so it's always 50 in the metal. Just only look at the colors. What do you like? Just a little bit. More blue. You see 75? Well, now it's two blue, you see it's 72 blue, but just check what you like. It's a little bit slightly different IF 58 now, I think that's enough. And I'm going to give it a little bit more saturation. Now, not too much, also 58 and perhaps make it a little darker or just play with it what you like. It's 42 at brightness. I think that's nice. Let's check it. Yet this is a fine, bland and maybe we can give her some yellow tones also. So I select some different part of the leaves, not the whole leaves. Make a selection. Freehand it a little bit here, a little bit here, a little bit here. And now we are going to feather that's a bit. So we have a soft blending. And again, I go to my u saturation and brightness again. And now I am going to the opposite side and make it a more yellowish color. Just a little bit, 39-40 percent, then you have some slightly different color changes. I'm going to check if my saturation and brightness will do something more. Fun to it. A little bit more. Saturation, 63 and brightness. Now I think the brightness is okay. I leave that 254 now. So now you have your color change. I think it's very nice like this. Already looks more alive than you've got only one color of the leaves. And now we're going to make those color changes on the edge of the leaves. So for that one we go to selection again, choose automatic. And now we're going to put our pencil on the paper and want to play with the threshold of it. Slightly move left or right, sometimes you have to adjust it. I'm showing you what I'm going to do. It's hard to explain. It. Also in my language, English is not my native language, so it's hard for me. So I put my pencil down and keep it down in automatic selection. And I'm going to slightly move it to the right. You see, now it's going to overlap. Or my painting, I don't want it to go. So I'm going slightly to the left. So all the blue is out of my watercolor. Yes. But it has to touch exactly everything. Now you see some gaps, that's where it's not open. The leaves are closing the inner circle of this. So I'm going to tap on those areas to, to get it all selected. What we're now going to do is to feather it a little bit. So like this now you have faded HIS 13% on right now. And again, I'm going to my US saturation and brightness. And I'm going to almost fully saturated color. And I'm going to bring the brightness down just a little bit, not too much. You can see, I can play with it. It's turned There's too much into grey when it goes too hard. So I don't want it I want it below 50 is the middle. And we're going to look if I can see some changes, but not too hard. So I am now at 23% and I think it's fine. Just checking. So you can see slightly color fading of the brightness and a little bit more grayish Lucas gonna get on the edges. You can repeat that if you want. If you think it's okay like this, leave it like this. So now I've got 1.5 centimeter that's about blurred into the darker edges. But you see what watercolor, you always have such a strong edges. And now we're going to make a strong edges. It's almost the same. Just select also an automatic. Now, we once selected it. So you don't fully have to adjust and make a new adjustments again because it remembered from the former so slightly to the right. You see it's almost exactly right. Just tap on these two r3 again. And now we're going to federate again, but just mostly 23, 4%, not, not more. Yes, a little bit. So you only get the outer edges of your watercolor. Three, I think I need for right now. Yeah. Let's see what it's going to do. So you saturation and brightness. Again, almost full or full saturation. And the brightness we don't want to gray, wanted to be to gray, but it has to be dark. So going into 15, 14%. And look what it's going to do here a little bit. I think it's okay, but we can see what it, what it does when we do it again. Just the same thing as we did. Automatic. Slightly to the right. Remembered those three federates, maybe 3% right now. You saturation and brightness, full opacity and such, a full saturation. And slightly darker. Twenty-six percent? Yes. I think that's loudly now. Yeah. I think it's look looks fine. We can also make it a little bit darker on the inside, just near to stem. Then we go and make some freehand selection again, just slightly around the stem. Pick your free picked, and then federate bits. So it's slightly loosen. Color, hue, saturation and brightness that your friend for this whole, whole-class, for law not to fall in color. You see that's that's all for this color. It has to be a little bit Gray's, So I think 64 and a little darker, then we can play around with it. Yes, I think this shade is nice. Maybe it's too dark. I go back. And one just one fingertip. It's all stay selected. So I'm going to do it again just a little bit. Just a little bit. So I've got this on 59 and this is 39 percentage. And I think it's better like this hour. Think it's lovely. And perhaps we can do sound a little fun with some coloring inside again. Let's see, let's play with a blend out. Choose Overlay. Just checking what is, what is called the War. Choose black, double-tap down corner. And I'm going to my, already in their watercolour brush. But you can also choose some, some dots or any other brushy like and just play, just see what is going to do for you. Not in the razor. It doesn't work in the eraser. So you can make some adjustment in the color, some extra bleeds, some, some adjustments. And seeing these lines are too hard. You can always blended. Let's spend it. This line is too hard, so don't fully blend it away. Just sometimes. It's nice to see little hardline in watercolor. Somebody's working in the garden and I hope you don't mind the noises. Thank you very much outside. Well, I think this one is ready. Here you have your first botanical eucalyptus up to the next one. 4. Rounded Leaves Twig: For a second one, we're going to practice some other leaves. So first again, we are going to make a duplicate of the canvas and go into play. In this one, we're going approximately the same way as we started out with eucalyptus by watercolor, pencil brush in small, very small, size, 6% I have now. And I'm going to draw some average Tweet in green also. And I'm going to make this one. I think it's a little bit light, but we can always make adjustments to it later. I'm going to make some nice little sides, some branches. And now I'm going to do it on a different layer. Choose a new layer above this one. And I'm going to do my leafs. And for this leaves, I'm going to make some adjustments to the Brush size again. Let's say 30% again, and let me check what it does. And then we're going to make a drop, but an upside down drop. So I'm putting and pushing very hard when I put my pencil down and I make smaller stroke towards the branch. So we're going to take it down with pressure. It needs some practice. Don't worry if it doesn't work right away for you because it's a very fine brush, but you need to get your muscle memory and you can also adjust your petals in, in the preferences and your pressure curve. You can edit it. I've got it like this, but some will prefer it in a slight as shape. So see for debt if you like it like that better. But for me, this is the way it always works. So more pressure and 11 stroke, you go from heart to slider structs. That's the one we need. And here we go in to do it again. Like this. New emitted, this one twisted and pressure and slowly this one is off. That's the fingertip. Underwood's My biggest friend for this class and these leaves. So I think it's okay like this. You can always make some adjustment if you don't like it like this, you can always use your liquefy, liquefy and push it. And you can shape it a little bit. Now this one is off. It's too big. So with a little help, we're always gonna get where we want to. I think these branches okay, like this. So and now we're going to make some color changes again, like we did before. And when you do it often enough, it will get a second nature for you. So go to Selection free hands. Just pick some leaves you want to have other color like this one. And this one goes to saturation and brightness again. Slightly to the blue. Yes, a little bit. Some more saturation. 57, This one is 6157. Emma brightness and go little bit down to 45%. I think that's fine. And for this also, I wanted to make it a little yellow tones. So I go back in again for my selection freehand. Don't forget to Faraday's again. Because you don't want to hard line, you want soft blending. Go to you, you saturation and brightness again. And now we're going to move to the other side and go on to saturate a little bit more because sometimes it's hard to see the color change. I'm going to have a slightly to this one. I think the colour change was right to grace like this. And no more brightness, I guess going to brighter. That's fun. 535053, that's enough for the Blend Mode, afford a brightness. And I think we're done with coloring. So now we're going to make some color changes with the outer edges of the leaves. So go to our automatic selection. And we are going to play like we did before. And you see it's almost where you wanted no more blue in the leaves and it's touching, so it's okay with me. Go to your federal Well, you see of God's approximately 14%. Go to Me, you saturation brightness saturates a little bit more brightness down. So this is to march, say thirty-two percent. Yeah, it's getting there. And you see it? It's only doing this to release. I had to merge down my stem into, so I'm going to merge those two together. And now we're going to do the same as we did with the eucalyptus. Get used to it. And you're going to do a lot of this in this course. So now we're automatic selection looking for the closest few, but it's good from the former lesson. So it's okay like this. Go to my u saturation and brightness again. Oh, I forgot to federate. It happens to me also. Sorry. Select automatically. Just federates a bit like, Well, let's say 15%. Go to use situation and brightness. Almost fully saturated, 90% bring back by brightness again. Not too much. You see this is our, this is awesome. It's just about look and feel what you want from your water color. This is all the way down. But I think 2928% 0s, okay, for this one. So now it's a little bit darker. You see the stem is also a little bit darker now. And that's why we adjusted stem to it. And I'm going to create a harder outline because the outline isn't completely hard like this. Like we want to go to automatic selected federate with just a little bit. 3% enough. You saturation and brightness, fully saturated, maximum, slightly darker. I don't want it to be gray, so I choose 29. And now you see it has a little bit of darker edges and I think needs more, but it doesn't have to go gray or black, so I'm going to do it again. Otherwise, I could have turned it all the way down with brightness, but I don't want it. So I am going to automatic select again. Do it again. Federate for about three, presents. New situation and brightness, fully saturated. And little bit down to 28. And now you see we got a little nice hard edge, but not to grayish. And I think we can also make the stem a little bit darker. So I go to my 4n selection. I want the vein also included here at the top. And I don't want to hard line, so I federate a lot. 16%. Saturation brightness, more saturation, less brightness. And I think we call it dumped for this leaf. 5. Thyme: And for the next chapter, we're going to take dive into our kitchen. That's duplicate gum plus first. And we're going to draw some time. The time is very easy. It's fun to draw. And let's take the brush, the watercolor pencil brush again. And the size I have is about 4%. Let me check first floor, you do it. And we go into make branches like this and something like this. A little shorter. This, and someone that comes from here. So let's just take it to the center. A little bit bigger. And yes, I like it like this one. Let's put it on a different layer so we can make adjustments if we want to and choose our green again. And for this one, we're going to scale it by a little bit larger, not too big, just let me check. Because we're going to make some little groups of leaves. You will see it in our chapter also. But this is what we're gonna do. And the size I have is good right now it's about 6%. Let's clear this and start to draw. And it mostly three or four of those leaves and just make them very different in shapes and sizes and just overlap. So you get different colors. Everytime we get a little bit of space between and make them approximately the same size. This one is too small, so just go back there. And yes, I could speed this up, but they talk, know exactly how to do that. And this is what gives you extra time to draw with me. I understand a lot of people liked it like this when I teach this way. So let's go and do this. Like we used to do in my classes. We don't have rushed to you. I don't know. I just like to do it just for fun. And to ease my mind. It's giving me a little bit of rest. Like we're doing this. You see when you overlap, you get a little bit of other grain and I like that. Nice variety and colors. So it's well, I said as a three or four, but it's mostly before six, but I'll choose it how you like it. It isn't a true drawing. I draw from imagination or something I think, I, I think it should look like. So now we have a little branch and now we're going to merge those layers again. And let's play with some colors. Is it big enough? Now it could be a little bit bigger. Just to fill in yet. More to the top. Yeah, I like it like this. And now we're going to play with some color variety. And we do this. I'm freehand and I just go little bit zigzagging and a little bit feathering to make some nice color variety of variety and go to my US saturation brightness, a bit to the blue, purple to give it a blue greenish look. I think it's nice. Just some color variation. And I'm going to do it again. And perhaps this one, I'm going to change a little bit to the yellow towns, green, yellow. And I forgot again to federates. I hate it when I do that. Sorry guys. Brightness and little bit less. Saturated situation was a little bit. And I'm going to leave the brightness to 50 and my saturation is 56, and my u is at 43. Right now, lets, let me see if it's okay like that. I think it's fun. So now we're going to make some grayish look again on the edges. So go to automatically selected. Let's see. Well, it's there. Already. Recognize it from a former classes. Go to use saturation and brightness automatically. Now I went too far, way back. I want to go too fast. Notes, okay, federate a little bit more than the 3%, but these are small lease or not too much, 6%. You saturation brightness saturate, more. Brightness down. Saturation is on 79. Brightness is on, I want to bit grey. Grey, greyish. 24. Yes. And I think that color is fine and now I want some harder outer edge. So go to automatically. And so okay. Just a little tap. 123, 3% saturation, saturation all the way up, brightness, down and way down, I guess 10%. Let me, let me check up. And now I pulled it. Yes. I think I could do just one outline, again. Automatically selected. Further. 2% is sine saturation and brightness saturation all the way up, brightness little bit down. 22%. Let me check. Yes, I like it, but I think there are two flats. They don't have any color variety in the leafs of their own. So I'm going to play with that. I'm going to make another layer on top. And I'm going to choose for an overlay. And let me see what we can do with that. Again. Let me choose always black because I want to have a darkened. And let me choose the water color scribble brush for that one. And let me just randomly. Now I make it a clipping mask because when you have a different background, you will see the overlay around it. And when I choose now for clipping mask, it only will be showing the, on the picture beneath beneath this. And let's go and let's see what does yes. That's what I'm looking for. Some slightly colored differently, just scribble and devil. It will make some more color VAR, variety. I think I like it like this. I hope you do too. Well. This is a fun, sorry, short class C here I've made some adjustments. I can blend it a little bit too, took its smudge mode, same brush because it's, it shows more aware it did painting is darker, so perhaps I'm going to erase that little piece on the stem. But only in the layer of my my overlay. And I call it dumb for this one. So get into your stove and let's get cooking up to the next class. 6. Rosemary: So for those of you who know me a little bit, I like to cook a lot. And mostly when I cook with time, I always add a little bit of Rosemary also. So let's draw some rosemary. Duplicate again. Go into this one. Choosing a brown color for the stem. And I'm going to 6%. And draw lists them. Go a little bit in with another brown. Just to give it a little bit more for water color look and different color variation in stem. I think it's looks nice like this. And I'm going to add some leaves on the next layer because I always want to make some adjustments if needed. So I'm going to go for my agreement and make them a little bit larger. Brush size like 10%. Let me check if that's okay. And yes, do I like this color or do I want some dagger I choosing the darker green for this one. And let's add some leaves to it. And they are all just a little bit like pointy in very different variety of, of leaves and just go all the way down and at your leaves at some different angles to make it look more natural. But it has to be stylish. Stylish. It's not reality, but Well, let's have some fun drawling and create some nice kitchen cookware and MRI in downstrokes are upward strokes because your lease will have different shapes. If you always dry, draw downwards, then you have the different state, different stripes then when you go once every once in awhile, upward stroke. So make sure to make some variety in your leaves. I think this look nice. And now we're going to make some color changes again. What else is new? Choose freehand em just make large, war and federated and make soft blend. You saturation and brightness. And I'm going to make it a little bit to the green side of the order, the blue side, 63. I have 63 now cause I have a different color of green. I like this better. And I think I'm going to play with saturation again. No, it was good. Why it was so let's leave that to 50% 51. It's OK. And I think it looks already way nice. So I'm just going to add a little bit of the yellow tones in the green leaves. So I'm going to go into the greener leaves and adding a little bit yellow and federated bits. You saturation and brightness girl to the yellow towards the along just a little bit. And I am a 38 right now, what's doing with the saturation? I think I have 61, rightness. Said work way, way, way, way, way, way. Little bit. 53%. And I guess we're on our way right now. I like it a lot how it how it is already. And now it's just a part of where you get the hard edges on the line. And I think do any hard edges on the stem as well? Yes. So this time we're going to merge it together and we're going to our automatic selection again. Well, I guess you got the hang of it already by now, but it's fun to try some other leaves and we're going to make it more different leaves in the next chapters. So you see those little white areas just tap on them? No, that's too much. Or if you have a slightly little piece of white, it doesn't get noticed in your big picture, but let's do it all the way. So now I've selected it and we're going to do the same as we did before. Feathering, but leaves are smaller, so not too much. 4% I have already. It's enough for the gray areas. So you saturation and brightness. Saturation a lot. 68864, brightness and little bit down to say 25%. Yes, slightly, slightly, see, but I love it already. And now I'm going to do my saturation on there, very, very outer edge of the leaves. And I'm going to begin. Wrong exception. Got to put my glasses on or just zoom in a bit. Well, I'm only human. I think. So. And now I'm going to choose a very small amount, one to represent. And because it's a small i then all the way from a saturation of MI, brightness a little bit more down to say 14 percentage. And I'm going to do it again because it's very hard to see, but I already love it so far. So I'm going to check and see what it does if I don't like it, I can always go back with my fingertip. Just again. Yes. A little bit. Represent you saturation and brightness all the way up from a such saturation. Brightness, not too much because I don't want to be too grey. Go to 70, 27%. Yes. And now I think I have got a nice blending on the edge and I think our Rosemary is done for today. Yay. So let's get cooking. 7. Pointy Leaves Twig: So now we've done a different set of leaves. Have we got the eucalyptus, we've got this round edge leaves. We got smaller leafs of the time and Rosemary, Now we're going to make it a little bit harder. It's about more pressure sensitivity and more control of your pencils. So it's not as easy as the other ones. It's a little bit more difficult, but that's the way we get a warm up around with those smaller leaves. And now we're going to make another kind of leave. Just take your green. I will show you what a we're going to, what we're going to do first, go to our watercolor pencil brush. And remember when we did the round brush and coming in took a little bit larger brush size. From our second chapter. I know this one. We are now going the other way around. We're going to start small with little pressure. And then we go push in some pressure. And are we going to make little pressure again? So it's nice brush line. If you were a brush later or you were already noticed technique. If you are not common to it, it's all about practice, practice, practice. Again, you can make your adjustments in your preferences and your pressure curve. This is my pressure curve I'm working with, but some people prefer other pressure curves. When I started out, I might've slider as shape out of it. So just make some adjustments to your liking. So what we're going to do is know pressure, darker pressure, and out of it again, that's the kind of labor we're going to make. It's a one stroke leave. It's very, very easy once you've got the hang of it, but it practice, practice, practice, practice a lot. So ready? Let's get started. We're going to make small stem First. Let's say 5, 4%. Let me see what it does. And I'm going to up, and I'm going to check my other green, my darker green for the stem, going upwards and make some small branches. And again, it's stylish style, stylized. Leave so no, no reality. In here. Just some fun. And we've got our stem completed. Make another layer, four leaves. And let's size it up to about, oh, I forgot to check what I had before. Yeah, I think this is great. This is about 14%. So let's get started. Started to top. And maybe it's easier to turn off your canvas sometimes, but it's just telling you like it. So start small pressure, pressure, pressure and small again, this too long. So I sometimes f2, so just pressure. And small. Some pressure and small. Sometimes it's more easy to do. A quick yes, then you have smooth smoother edges. So make, make some bad events, do color bands when you're playing with your leaves. So you'll have a different variety of leaves. Turn your canvas and perhaps you like it more when you push it toward shoe. So small pressure, pressure and down again and going too far off. Yes, you can push it away, you can drag it towards you. Just find your own preferences with those leaves. And just play with it and make it just the way you want and how you like it. This is a nice leaf, but it's off. Off the branch. Went to my eraser again. So I think it's nice for you, some branch over here also again, so it's CDs was 14. This is smaller. And just let me check on I like yes, this is fun. Who make one here also? And I know I'm own different layers right now, but it's okay. I just merge them together. This is two equal. I don't like I don't like that. So just make another dent. And I'm going to erase this one. This is fun, fun, leaf. Merge them together. And we are going for the same thing again. We're going to make some lean leaves, some different color. So let's go to F3 and again, and just pick some random leaves you like. Not too much. Data bits. Yeah, 15%, you saturation and brightness. Yea, again. And let's slightly turn them towards yellow. Not go too far. It goes pink. That's what I did with some other examples I will show you at the end. Just slightly, slightly, slightly. Play with saturation. What does it do? Yes, and some bright as all my good see those lovely colours? Yeah, I like them. I like them and like them. And let's play with some other leaves again, or just some part of leaves. Federate. And let me see what we are going to do with those colors. I have a little bit of what I want in my head, but sometimes it's just fun to see and look where it takes you. So do you want them greened or you want them gray or do you want them bluish? Take them 4455%. So a little bit more bluish, dropping some saturation. Even more bluish. Yes, brightness. What we're gonna do with brightness. I selected the tip so it has to be lighter, not darker. So 5453%. I think I loved him like this. But the overall is a little bit lights, so while maybe to get darker when I do the outer edge, otherwise I could have done make them darker already, but I think they are going to get darker when I do the outer edges. So go to automatic and selects. You see it's all the way in the leaves, we don't want that. So push a little bit to the left so you can't see on the leaves again, federates and go to about 9%. And then you saturation and brightness saturates a little bit more brightness down. They look a little bit like those Chinese plants. You see some Chinese drawing and I like that, Yes, I love it. I love to cover all of the grades. Look about it. And let me see what it does when we only do the outer edges of this one. It's very easy. We don't have to jump and up in the morning to select more. So federate little bit, just a little bit. 3%. You saturation and brightness all the way. Saturation, brightness down 21%. Yes, I like it, but I think it can needle a little bit more. I love how these edges, although they are edges and catch more light in reality, but I love how it blends, so I'm going to make it even more automatically. And fetter. 3%. You saturation and brightness saturate all the way up, brightness down. A little bit more, little bit more. 13%. Let me see. Yes, I love how it looks right now. And this is so much fun. It's yeah, it's smooth, it's fun. Fun colored love leads. Yeah, like it. Perhaps now. Now, sometimes I do it even a little bit lighter in the middle so you can select the middle side, but I think I like it like this. And now I need a little bit of faints on top of it. And you can choose a lighter vein or Darker vein, lighter vein. We'll give it a more illustration kind of look. And a darker vein. We'll give it a more, more of a reality, kind of Luke, although we are not going for reality right here. So let's keep the layer. Let's make it a smaller brush ice, I say 2, 3%. Let me see what it does. And just, not just little bit too small and too hard, 3%. Yes, I think I like it, but I want it a different color, so I have to pick the color which is already here with my color dropper, ie. Take some lighter brown leaves and make some adjustments with those leaves in same color. So I, for the greenleaf, I take the color picker here. And I make it green or vein. I love how they turn out a little bit of shaky and I got to eat some something, taping way too long. Maybe take a break. Well, this is how the turn on with darker veins. I think I loved him like this, so I think I'm going to keep it. But for your information, I am going to get rid of it for now and just let me see what it does when you have some white. But white on watercolor doesn't work. So we're going to take a pencil and we're going to make another top layer. Let me see what it does. Pencil is at 33 right now. We see, well, I think this is a nice Luke. Also, choose what you like and make some more or play with it, whatever you want. It's just about possibilities and your own possibilities or your own imagination. So perhaps you can take some other fines, slightly. 21. Well this is also fun. Choose whatever you like and what style you like and use only the techniques for what you want to draw with it. It's just a handout on what you can do with it. And everything else is up to you. Well, I like them both. So this is our next chapter. I hope you had fun with it, and let's go to another one. 8. Lavender: So now we already make the eucalyptus roundly. We did the time and rosemary and the appointee leaves. Now we're going to mix and blend a little bit. We're going to make lavender. Lavender has the nice lavender color, purple ones from the rosemary bots. And we're going to play with these leaves again. So I hope you have your practice on this leaves because we're now going to make it a little bit more harder. But actually, if you know how it's done, it's not so hard anymore. Just about practice, practice, practice like everything. So you remembered from the former class we did this leave 15. So we started out push, push, push, and then we make it smaller at the edges. So now we're going to do approximately the same. But now we're going to down and there, we're going to make it a point to one. So you go up and down. Forgot to push. No pressure, pressure, push, push, push, push, push, push, less pressure, less pressure, and no pressure at all. That's the shape we're going to do for the leaves in the, in the 11 class. And let's get started with it. First amongst, it's a very easy class, but those lists, they can be tricky. So for this one, we're going to start off with darker green, I guess. Yeah, I want a darker green. And we're going to make some thicker stem, about 11%. And just a little more pressure may get a little bit bigger. So No, it's too hard to seek. Seven. Yep, I like it. How hard can align be? Really hard sometimes. And perhaps I'm going to erase part of it. So let's see how we get on. For those bots. We go to lavender color and we think we can make small that's like 6% and start at the top. I think they must be larger. Let's say psi plus NYU to wrong brush. You know. Yeah, this is how I like it. So we make some like we did with rosemary, just slightly overlap sometimes here and then don't make it too hard, but they must be bigger when you're going downwards. So. I'll push harder or sometimes you can make it even a little bit bigger. Yeah. I think it's already been like lavender. You see, I got a little blob there, but I think that's okay. It's it's belongs to the family. So let's get a little bit of a small stem in there as well. And blended in with it's I think it's not, but it's way too much to the top. Let's group these together and replace the group. So I have to layer separately stale. So this is what we've done with the lavender. And now we're going to leafs. And for those leaves, we're going to make very pointy leaves. I make two up and two who are bent. So a new layer again. Go to my green color, my darker green color. And just let me check my size. Sometimes I needs dose, tapping my pencil, sometimes killing me. So let me check first if it's okay. So we start off with slightly pressure, more pressure, and take the pressure off again. I think that works cruel. We have 10% and I like it. And for the lower leaves, we're going to make it with bends. So I'm just going to give it start off with slightly pressure and then put some more pressure and keep it on the paper and drag it down. So don't lift your pencil. So go up pressure, pressure, pressure, go down still with pressure and then give it some less pressure in the end. So go up with pressure, pressure, keep it down, keep it down, make a bow and less pressure. So, and that's why we're going to do something different because this is a light shadow, slightly shed out because it's bent. We're going to make a freehand selection of this lower piece. And I'm not going to take it all the way down because this is already darks. Though I'd gone to my US saturation and brightness. I'm giving some more saturation because otherwise it will be turning to gray and pull them a brightness. You can't do with too much because it will turn gray quickly, see. So just before it turns gray. So by thirty-six percent, I think that's enough. Yes. I have enough to give it a suggestion as if it's in a shadow underneath the leaf. So we're going to do this on the other side as well. So we got to make a selection. Follow the imaginary line of the leaf. And this one can be darker. So OK, so go to your saturation, you and brightness don't follow it because we do want to have a hard line this time. You saturation and brightness. Put him some more color and get on with your brightness. Just slightly know Gray. I don't want to have it all grey. Thirty-five percent. It's slightly against gray, so it's the max I can get. But I think it's enough. It's got just the look of it's like how it's done. Perhaps I'm going to take this a little bit more. Just try, just try. Maybe it doesn't work. I don't want it to be all grey. No way more down. Not all the way down. It almost doesn't change in saturation. Brightness a little bit down, not to gray. 46. Just a little bit. Well, did this all I can do for now because I took a very grayish green, dark grayish green zone. I can't do more about it, but this is how I do my lavender. But I want to keep the leaves lean a little bit. So I'm going to blend this altogether. Now. Merge these altogether. And now I'm going to do some blending. Four leaves us by easily smudge it little bit in inward. Play with it. And play with this also. So, and now we can do what we did all the whole time in this class. Go back to you saturation and rising, choose automatic. And then we're going to make some darker edges. Well, little bit to the left, you see it was all the way to write a little bit to the left, just like the last blue is out of your painting. And then go with a little bit feathering. Sorry, forgot. It almost is about 8% for me for destroying. It depends on your drawing. If you have smaller leaves, then must be smaller. So just check on your painting and your size. You saturation and brightness again. Turn up saturation. Turn down the brightness. Thirty-six percent IVR my brightness. Yes. And I'm going to do it on the outer edge again. So the same Automatic go back. Sorry. I left already lifted my pencil so I couldn't go back any more. Just a little bit, yes. And lettering above 4%, I guess. You saturation. Saturation, all the way up, rightness. Wander a little bit hard lines, 15%, you know, luckily 11 there is almost a grayish kind of green. So I think it's it's nice like this and I think I'm going to keep it like this. I hope you liked it. Lavender plants. Very easy, very quick way, but you have to practice on your strokes. That's practice, practice, practice. So see you in the next chapter. 9. Fantasy Magnolia Part 1: So in the next chapter we're going to do a magnolia kind of flower. It's a fantasy flower, but it looks a little bit like a magnolia because I liked them so much. And let's start by duplicating, duplicating our canvas again. And let's see, we're going to go again to the watercolor petal brush. And you get a big size. Like so. And we're going to know, we're going to start with the little branch. Small size, smaller size. And let's start off with Brown. And I'm going to make it a little bit wobbly, wobbly stem, like so. And now we're gonna go over it again to make it some nice watercolor. Just wiggle. Wiggle a little bit, a little bit darker here and they're going to make a big bug. And now I'm going to smudge it a bit just by doubling and doubling. So the colors will blend, but not too much because I want some texture in it. And when it blends too much, you don't have any texture left. Just give him some heart edges here and now and then. And I think it looks nice. Yes, a little bit of part when something could have been growing. Also smudge that awaits. Just play with it, do whatever you like. So I think the flour can be on top of it. So I'm making you layer on top of it. And we go to the pink flowers. Maxim, larger. Let me check. We're going to use the same one for the same technique from the second chapter. And we're going to do just small with a bow and small again. So small, no pressure, more pressure, more pressure, more pressure. And down to almost no pressure. And you see it's darker and I see a little bit of bleeding there. Well, that's fine. We can use that. That's our better shape we're going to use. To start with. Let's do it. In here. I make one in the middle. More pressure, more pressure, more pressure, lower, lower, lower, lower pressure. This gives them a little bit of odd shape. That's nice. So I'm going to make another petal is going this way. So no pressure, more pressure, adding pressure, and less pressure. I've got a little bit of hesitation in here, but I think it's okay for that. It's a flower. It's is different. Each battles different. I'm going to do it another way down here. So adding more pressure, less pressure, less pressure, less pressure. And I'm going to make to debt or a little bit downwards. And I got a lot of messed up things here. Let me clear that area or outside this way, more, faster way to do it, just like so. And then cut it. Okay, so let's go back here. So I'm going to make, to hear some erasure. So I'm going to make n's brush, brush, brush less, less, less, less. So I think this one is OK here. And I'm going to make another one down here. So I think this one is not nice. I'm going to smudge it a little bit. Just a little bit. And this one to be bothers me. So I think now I, I have the overall shape of the leaves, but now I'm going to play with them because a magnolia isn't drowned. But we dish brush, it's very hard to make to shape in one piece. So I'm going to do a little trick by using the liquefy to go into my push and just play with it a little bit and make it a little bit of a pointed leaf. That's too much. Ds1 was. Okay. And we're going to do here also. I think it's an unnatural dent in it. And this one also. It doesn't have to be looking very real, realistic is just how you like it, and here's how I like it. So now we're going to play with some colors again, some color variations. I want the top of the petals a little bit lighter. So I go to my free and selection and select each Top of the leaves. Federate a bit. Because I don't want any hard lines will go to my US saturation and brightness again. I'm just checking what I want to do. Little more saturation. But we're going to increase the brightness to, I think to saturation must be way down to the gray matter is 41, must saturation at 41. And I'm going to brighten this. No, not so much. Perhaps do them to search, but I go into 55 now. Now you see it's a little bit later. I'm going to do it again just by selecting another one. Same time, but not exactly the same shape. Federate again. You saturation and brightness. Taking off some saturation to 43 and brighten it up. 57 percentage. I guess now it's lovely, nice, lighter blend. And I want to give it some, a little bit of orangey color in the middle. We're going to do that approximately the same as we did with the lighter top. Selects. Some kind of donut shape, but not all the way down. It's like the foot of a horse. I don't know how you call it dire. Horseshoe. Horseshoe is called horseshoe. Now, that's what we're going to do. And now I forgot to federates, so let's go back. I think it's called the horseshoe. Yeah. So now gone to federate a little bit. Remember the headlines, we don't want it. And hue saturation and brightness. And now I'm going towards the yellow, but increasing maturation emits first just a little bit, go to 56, Cause otherwise I can't see my color change up. Not I have to go the other way around, go to my blue and purples. And there you see, we've got a slightly orangey yellowish color. I think it's too much. Go in, back in here again. Brightness, not my brightnesses, okay? And leave my brightness to about 50%. I've got some fine, nice color changing. And now I'm going to play with some vines in the leaves again. So I'm going to make another layer on it. And I'm going for dark color. I'm going to take for my color drop color picker. I mean, and now I'm going to my 6B pencil again. And let me look at the size to make some nice finds variance. Yes, I'm on new layer, just chicken again. So I'm going to make some small lines. And they're all a new layer, new layer. So if you don't like them, well done butter is one I don't like. Just follow a little bit of the curves of the leaves. And now they're a little bit too hard, but we can play with them. Let me see what Dan other blend mode will do. We can go and search what they will look like. So let's go and see what they will do. An overlay. It's very recent. I like it a lot. Soft like no, and I would like to color this is too hard. Well, it's called Hard Light, right? Let me see. Just let me see. I think I had the overlay. Overlay. I think that was nice. And perhaps if I duplicate it, then I think it's too hard. So let's check right away for that. So now it's fairly slightly CBO. I think I like it like this. 10. Fantasy Magnolia Part 2: And let's try to make some leaves in its all just won't leave where we find making new layer for that one. And choosing my green, dark green. Taking my watercolor pencil brush again at small size. So it's just 11 leaf. Bigger size like 31. Remember small? Smaller again. Yes. I like it like this. And on top of that, I want to have another vein. So take it smaller than all the way in and make some nice veins way up here. And I think they are too hard right now. But we can lower the opacity. You're still like it and put it onto multiply. I think that's nice. I should have done it on new layer. I did it on the same layer, but no worries. I think it's fine now. And I think I'm going to make some color adjustments to the lower part of the leaf. So let's go back to my sigma M freehand. Again. Just select the downside of the leaf. Just a little bit, just to get more hard line off but not too much. You saturation and brightness, Little bit more saturation. Go down on the brightness. Little more saturation. Brightness is too much. Let me check where we are now. Maximum saturation brightness is 37 right now. Let me see. Yes, I think looks nice like this. And now we're going to give that also are same, exact same way and treatment go to the automatic. We're on the layer of the leaf. Just leave. Automatically select a selection. Kushi battle, it's okay like this. Federate. Do it large, large B2 to K 12 percentage, because it's large, leave you saturation and brightness. We can increase the saturation and brightness. Lower it to a little bit grayish. I think the leaf can look a little bit grayish. So it's 16%. I think that's OK. And we're going to do and make the automatic outline again better. Just a little bit for a percentage, I guess you saturation and brightness all the way up. A lot of it down. I'm maxed, uh, maxed it now. I think that can be fine. Doing again, do it. So sorry for that. And doing it again. Same thing I did. Automatically federates. This time 3%. Just one slider. Come on. Yep. You saturation and brightness all the way up. Locked down. 9%. I think it's going a little bit more. Doing it again. Automatically federates 3%. You saturation brightness. Yes, and I'm seeing, are now getting there. I think now it's nicer. Nice way over a little hard edge but not too hard. I think it's nice outline of it. I don't like this part, so I'm going to smudge this again for little bit. Should also still my smudging watercolor brush. And just want, I want to give it a little bit more depth. So I'm going to play with my overlay then. Perhaps I can do it also here. Just let me see what, how it works, how it works out. So I'm going to my scribble brush, going to change to a black color and do the overlay. And I will do it in a no, no clipping mascot. So phi is fine, no keeping most Just let me see what it does. Why is it two black? It's not an overlay. I forgot that step. Overlay. Now it's an overlay. And you see how it's gets a nice deep color hair. And if you don't like how it's blended, You can always blended again, I give this a little bit more color also. You see a gets the texture more out. You can always blend it a little bit. If you think it's too hard, I think it's too hard right now. So I go to my smudge brush and just play with it a little bit. You see how it changes. And also going to do this little bit here. Smoothly down little bit. Don't get, want to get rid of the textures. Yeah, I think it looks nice like this. How is it blended air? Well, I think that's OK. So that's another one. I hope you like this leave and all. You can also play with it. Of course, if you have done my other clause here, a million Marcelo clause, I was playing with some. Matching leaves from the watercolor because now it's a fine, delicate watercolor. But you can also play with it by using the smudge brush. Go to your drawing layer where you've got your flowers. And then go a little bit smudging and let it bleed a little bit. Just make fun. Not too much. I've done it on the popsicle. Also, if you've seen my popsicle in a whale clause, I think it's fun going to do this on the leaf also little bit, don't overdo it is too much over. Of course, just when I said it, I guess it's maybe for this one I'm going to lower the opacity. And yes, this is how I like it. And then we can play around with something else. About nice. Splitter. Waits there in my lemon cello class, find dots. I will add them to this class also later on. Let's place all we can do this also in overlay. That's nice. Choose Overlay, judiciary black. And you can also do it. So then it will take the color. It is in your flour. That's nice. You can blend it a little bit if you want. If you think they're way too much, you can always blend them. I think it's nice if you see some dots and if you don't like them, just get rid of him, just make sure you do it on a different layer. You can also choose to do it in white. That's what I like most. Makes it more happy. Happy flower. Also. Almost scared to say it. Don't overdo it. It's nice. It makes it happy, happy flower. You can choose a more pink color and make some little dots. And some greenish. Make some dots. Nero leaf. And I think we are dumped for this one. I hope you like it. I like to flower, I like it a lot like the clock colors. And you can choose and play however you want. But it is the technique I use for our, how I made this flower. I hope you like it and see you in the next chapter. 11. Willow Twig: And now we're going to another chapter. And for this one we're going to do to slightly different, we're going to duplicate again. And this one we're going to make a willow twig. I think there are nice and fuzzy and I like them a lot. And let me show you how I made mine. It's just, well, it's an image, imaginary willow twig. It's also how you can create a cotton, cotton plant. I think it's a mixture I made of it. First we start out with a stem again, and let's choose some brown color. And gone back to my other colors again. Yes, I'm going to look for my watercolor pencil brush in the brown color I choose. Well, the less light brown. And I'm going to make a thicker stem. And I'm going to go over it a little bit more. Just to give it some color variation. Doesn't have to be perfect. And giving a little bit bland. Not too big, it's too big. And going outside the lines. While we got to think outside the box not to draw outside lines here, sometimes it's fun, but they'll go too often. Just blend it a little bit rough. Keep your gestures. If you're zoomed into much, it looks weird, but when you zoom out, it's probably fine. I think it looks like a tweet now. So now I'm going to make a lighter, the light whites one. So choose your old way whites. Whites up double-tap doesn't work, so I'm going to slightly gray and I'm choosing a little bit yellowish. Yeah. Let's add this one here. And now I'm going to use the other brush, my watercolor scribble brush. And so for little fuzziness, I've added a little white, grey, greyish white here. It's a little bit yellow. And for this one, I'm going to use my watercolor scribble brush and just make a small oval and just darken it here a bit. Let's multiply so we can use it. Very good for this one and stretch it a little bit. And perhaps also erase a little bit, not too much. So put this on half because I don't want to have it all white again. So I'm just leaving a little bit of the outlines here. So that's a little bit about the real blending nuts using all the tricks and tools in procreate. Now I'm going to blend again, dragging a little bit color. And I think that looks just fine now, how hard can it be? It's not so hard. So I am going back to my brown again and put another layer on top. And I'm going to go over my soft fuzzy willow and going back to my petal brush, brush and make it a little smaller. Just because, remember when we did this leaf, so the pointy one, so and works today. That one, we're going to do that again, but just in smaller version. Just go around it. I'm going to choose the darker brown for this one. Maybe even a little bit more dark. Yes, this is what I like is going to also be around this one. Like so. And I'm going to lend him some more color because I think it's too pale. And I'm going to blend it. Very small size. All my dog is coming in. Maybe a little bit more color also, and also blended a little bit like it's now it's got a little bit warmer. So and now we're like it, but this doesn't have a blend. So now I'm going to merge those two together. And now I'm going to smudge and blended and blend them in. More. Also blending into shape more. Go back to my first color. I'm blended again. Remember, nuts. Lend all the texture out. And I think that's a nice one. So there you have your Ursa will look traded warrior, like a few made three bubbles around it. You have forgotten. So it's all just in the technique. So what do you do? It, it's up to you. I hope you liked this clause also, and perhaps see you next time. I hope you like it. Please do post your projects in the projects part. I would like to see in love to see what you made your own and please use it. Not only the things I learned you, I taught you how to create, but you can also use it a lot of techniques. I saw a lot of different things made from my, from my former classes and I loved it so much because you are also much creative. And please leave me some review if you have some tips for me so I can improve myself. And thank you for watching again and hope to see you your results very soon. Bye bye for now. And please, please, please wait. I'm going to make some small movies after this one with some examples I did before, or using the same technique like this closer by. 12. How to combine multiple paintings in to one canvas: So I promise you, I give you some more examples after the glasses. So what, for instance, if you'd like to have a painting in your kitchen with a eucalyptus, thyme and Rosemary. Well, we let, let, we combine them together. Let's typically duplicate another canvas again. And that's the one we're going to work on. But now we have to get some copies of this one. Unfortunately, procreate doesn't let you merge down layers in blend modes. So we're going to copy them to the other canvas. So first let me copy the drawing layer. Just copy. Go to gallery and go to this canvas. Swipe down with three fingers and then paste. And here you have your eucalyptus. And don't do anything with it yet. Go back to the other one. Your original. Go back to the layer blend mode. Copy it, and don't get scared because you're gonna see something very strange. Just three fingers swipe down and based it. Now you get to see some black dots. And that's because procreate doesn't let you copy blend modes. You can get the whole picture, but it's normal so you have to put it to your overlay blend mode again. And now you have the one that you want. Let's group these two together. And this is when you can resize them later. So this is your new group. Let's rename it. Rename. And it's your, you lip. Ok, thank god for spelling checker. So that's your eucalyptus. And we're going to do that with the other ones also. Let's get the sign. And this is the same. Just take the drawing layer first because it's easier to see copy. Go to your gallery. And go to this one again, three things. I swipe down, paste, it will come on top of this. Don't worry. It's because it's centered in the other confess, it will send B centered here. And let's get a copy of the clipping mask layer also. So copy. You go to your calorie, then go to this canvas again. Based don't get scared because it was a clipping mask. So we're going to set it back to clipping mask and we're going to put it in overlay again. So and now it's the way, exactly the way it was. And we're going to make this a group also angles it, rename it thyme. And let's get it on with our rosemary. And this one is here. And luckily, there was just one layer or loved 11 layer drawings. So we just copy this one, go back to our gallery again, and also paste it right here. And now we're going to move this. And let me see where I want to move it. I think this one is going to be right here. And the sign will be going right here. And now they are all bent in the same way. And I don't think I like that. Let me see. We can always make some adjustments by let's see. I want to go to the one we swipe it little bit, flip it horizontally. And yes, and I so I can also do a little bit of worship. Perhaps. I don't want it. So we can play with it a little bit. So it's not all the way in. I think they look nice. My eucalyptus can be a little bit more to the middle. Move with uniform ugly. So little bit upwards. So my Rosemary also. Wow, that would be a nice picture from your kitchen right? Now. Let's do some lettering. For those of you who don't like to do some lettering, you can go to add a font in a new layer. And I will show you how to do that. It's phoned at, at, at text. And there you can choose from Edit Style, different fonts. You can also import your font. I don't go too deep on it now, but there are some really nice fonts. This is one I got from this cola brown. It's very nice. It's a handwritten font, but you can choose whatever you like. There are many fonts available. You can choose a text like so. Let's do some sign and go to my keyboard. Just get rid of this time. Right now. It's okay. And this is how you can drop it all the way here. And you can do this with all the others and you can resize it if you want. I'm too close to it, so stick it here. So you can write all right, underneath it. I'm going to do it with my brush lettering because I love brush littering. So keep these away. Take some greenish. And I'm going to my brush pen. I edited it in for you and me on the new layer, I'm going to write sign. Mostly I do a draw a line. Easier that way. Draw a line, let it snap and for perfect horizontal, click your finger on the screen and it will flip to a perfect horizontal. Just bring the opacity down so I can see where I'm writing, but it's not in my Wave feasibility. Let's see how I write it again. And let me see if my pencil is being enough just to test. You see it's all what we practice with. The brush leaves, its sicker downstrokes and slide where it obstructs. So but this is all different class. Some people asked me to teach a class like this and perhaps I will do in the near future. So this time I'm going to write too big now, but we can always downsize it later. Next layer, eucalyptus. Oh, my t to go underneath lie. Eucalyptus is accepted like me to ride my my little t stroke on the ulna L. That's hey, we've got a fingertip Undo button. Yea. And this is Rosemary. And are I think it's very hard. So I hope it will work out. Just one time. You see there are way too big but no problem. We can resize them. Like so. Do the same with eucalyptus. Just eyeballing it. I've got them on airplane mode, so I don't know why this happened. Here we go and get rid of the line. And now you've got a nice picture to handling your wallet to or a refrigerator. I think it's okay, but I think the letters are too dark, so I am going to change the opacity. I merged them together so I get the same opacity for all the all the words. Yeah, and now I know I think it's ready. So set into your printer or gets to print it all Kansas. And you have a nice picture in your, in your kitchen or whatever you like. And I hope you like this example, and I hope you have fun. 13. More examples and a walk through them: And I show you another example. Remember we did this flowering class. Well, you can do more things. You can draw an x flower next week. But here I have an example of my previous one I made before. And here I duplicated the flour and I got rid of the leaf, one leaf. And then I flipped the leaf to the other side. And I just cut and copy and paste, paste. I was looking for the pace and just copy and paste it and moved it sideward. You see me doing a little bit with the former or the example before you can do it with warp, you can do it with your arrow tool and make another replacement so you can go easily Failure page in but not be busy the whole time with drawing. So thats so much for digital. Here I have another example here was, I was practicing my, my leafs. And for this one, I did just 16 stroke. And I was using my liquefy tool and looking if I'm kinda neck could layer. So this is monolayer of my of my leaf and with the liquefy tool on the right layer and little bit of poor. I made these outer lines. You see again, I could pull it way back, way more if you want to. So that's how I did this. So from one single stroke and just with some push, we can do that. And let me see what else can I show you? These are my examples. This is what I did. This, this one is made with same shapes like this leaf right here, this one from the third or fifth chapter. And I made a sunflower, but I don't like the color, so I hate yellow flowers. So I made it turn into a blue. I made a lot of strokes. And then I duplicate them. And with the arrow tool, I just swiped it down and moved it a little bit so you get a different lot of layers. And he will make some flowers with the same, on the same way as we did this petals. And just by shaping, it's not a color or moving into another color, you get different shapes. These are two of yeah, sort of like this one just in the middle. Leave it's like little bit whites. And it's my live under for my practicing. And I was also practicing my leaves. You see different shapes. You see, this is a magnolia kind of blends. I liked it very much and here I was practicing the strokes with the bend in it. And I also made a purplish one. Also we on the same way like we did it in green, but then I got to practice with my US saturation. And I slide it all the way to one side. And I thought this was a nice color. Also, put in some watercolor staying behind it and make some willow tweaks in front of it. But when you do that, you have a see-through because it's watercolor. So I erase a little bit of the painting in the back. And if you don't know exactly for sure if you want to move it or not. Don't use arrays or just use your mask. But I will get to that in another class. And what else do I have to show you? One of the first I made. This one was made was also a fantasy flower you could fill in a whole face with, also does the same watercolor pencil brush. And for the, for the flower, I've colored it in with the watercolor scribble brush. So it's going to be a little bit more opaque color instead of watercolor for you what I needed for the whites. And, yeah, and I also made this air balloon with the same brush. It's just all the way to strokes down and just leave it a little bit with a little bit color. And here I did some overlay in the coloring and well, I think this is nice for a nursery. Yeah, that's why I made it. So I hope you have enough examples and enough ideas now to get started and create your own. Bye.