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Create Your Own Procreate Stamp Brush Pack + 7 FREE Floral Stamp Brushes

teacher avatar Voni Lim, The Pupil of Stuff

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Lessons in This Class

10 Lessons (50m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:11
    • 2. Inspiration

      3:08
    • 3. Texture

      12:06
    • 4. Constant Pressure

      1:17
    • 5. Opaque Silhouette

      3:06
    • 6. Line Drawing

      6:54
    • 7. Scattered

      9:48
    • 8. Controlled Scatter

      7:19
    • 9. Themed Brush Set

      3:22
    • 10. Class Project

      1:46
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If you have always wondered how Procreate brushes work, and want to start creating your own brush, this class will be the perfect stepping stone into that wild and mysterious world. In this class, I will teach you how to create botanical stamp brushes so you can create your own stamp brushes with ease. 

You will learn:

  • The basics of the brush settings
  • How to create your own brush
  • 5-6 different ways to create a stamp brush
  • 3 drawing styles (line art, texture, silhouette)
  • How to plan to create your own brush pack

You will get:

  • Brush Pack Planning Template
  • 7 Floral Line Art Stamp Brushes

This class is best taken if you have basic knowledge in Procreate. If you don’t, please feel free to join in as well. You can reduce the speed of the class so that you can follow along the video to see which buttons I press. 

With this skill, you will be able to create your own brush pack for yourself, for your friends, or even to sell. Having your own stamp brushes will allow you to speed up your content creations, refine your art pieces, or just to feel more comfortable using Procreate!

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Voni Lim

The Pupil of Stuff

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My name is Voni and I am The Pupil of Stuff. Here you will find relatable learning resources literally from one pupil to another. I am a passionate believer that learning is productive when it’s fun and relatable. 

 

I do not claim to be an expert in my field as I strongly believe we are always learning and on a continuous journey of growth. And that’s what I would love to share with you—the love of learning and growing. By education and profession, I was a Science student who entered the corporate business world doing Trade Marketing. I’ve always wanted to exercise and explore ... See full profile

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1. Introduction: So you've been using procreate for awhile now. And there's all these brushes that you use that you absolutely love. But how did they actually work? In this class, I'm going to teach you how to create your own staff brushes, specifically with technical and floral stamp rashes. Once you get the basics of how you stamp brushes work, you can just spend that under canvas with 0s repeatedly. You can even create your own forest. Look for just one brush. I'm gonna go through five to six different styles of how you can create your own stem brush. By gamma. I will also share with you some tips on what to look for and how to plan when you want to create your own brush bang. You also get seven thorough stem brushes from me as part of my project in this class. This class is best taken if you have basic knowledge in procreate, but if you do not come along and join in as well, let's get to class. 2. Inspiration: Let's first get some reference photos from an splash. I have the app here, but you can also use a browser to download the pictures. Our reference photos are going to help us to create the drawings for our stem brushes. In this class, we're going to focus on botanical stem brushes. We're looking for, for photos, one of a tree or a flower and two different types of reefs. For a tree, if you want to look for something with a very distinct shape, like maybe it's round and Bush in a top or like this one, whereas it's more elongated, is tall, it looks like a long triangle. So this is what I'm going to pick by Matthew Smith. So next, let's go look for a flower. I'm gonna look for a lavender, something long and thin with the stamp. But focusing on floral spoke tyrannical and nature so that you can create the minimalist flora line art or that landscape with a silhouette of the forest. Once you learn how to create your own stamp brush, you can use this knowledge to create your own drawings like a snowflake or hearts or shapes or whatever you just fancy. I like this lavender, so I'm just going to download it into my iPad. So next we're gonna look for a leaf. So I said in the beginning that we're going to pick two different types of fully. For the first one, you're just gonna pick a normal shaped leaf. Because for a second one, I want you to look for a, maybe a leaf that is a special shape like it has two leaves, but it's actually on one little stem. Or you can pick those kinda maple leaves, just something different directions. So I'm gonna take this for my first one. And let's go ahead and look for the second one. I'm just going to speed this up a little bit because I know what I'm looking for already. Signed just trying to look for it. It's this one right here. So you can pick something like this. You can go and find different one on, on splash, but just find something similar with a lethal stem. Let's get the class. 3. Texture: Open up, procreate, and let's set up our canvas. We wanted to have a square canvas. I'm going to use a 5 thousand times 5 thousand pixel size. Now important, your first reference photo, which is a tree. That's all we're gonna do first. Now let's reduce the opacity of our photo and hide the background color. The reason we're hiding the background colors because we are going to draw with a white brush. Select the monoline brush under calligraphy. This brush will give us an opaque background on opaque image as we draw our icon. Now I'm just checking the streamline of my brush because i tend to change the screen line on this rush. So what you're gonna do first is add a new layer on top. Make sure you are selecting way. You can double tap on a white area and it will go to white. All your tree. You're just going to trace over the shape of the tree. Adjust the size of your brush. Make sure it's not too thin and not too thick. So just go over the twigs, the branches, the leaves, the shape tree. It doesn't have to be perfect. As you keep going, as you keep drawing your lines, you will start seeing the tree form its shape. This part might be a little bit long and depends on what type of tree that you have selected. But this one, I will have to draw each twig all the way down. So the reason why our canvas is a square is because we want our image to be placed at the centre when we make the brush. And a square is just easier to adjust and locate where the center is. Even though procreate has the magnetics and the functions to adjust right now, but the squares just easier to see. Make sure you don't draw your image to small. Otherwise, your stems might be too small. It really depends on what kind of Canvas you'd usually draw on. So the reason why I'm using such a big canvas of 5 thousand pixels is so that if in the future I want to reuse this imaged and I'm drawing, it won't be too small and it won't be pixelized. Can you see how the tree is forming its shape right now, just by all those little lines going around the photo. Just by referencing one photo, you can actually create variation of brushes using the same photo. Just tweak the angle of your tweaks the thinness or thickness of the branches and the height of the tree. Trees, almost done. Looks like a good stem. Now let's hide the reference photo and take a look at your image, the drawing that you have created. If you're satisfied, go ahead and make sure that it is placed right in the center. I'm just gonna change the background color so that I can see the image against a color. You can pick whatever color you like, just something darker than the weight adjusted and place it in the middle. So you can see my trees actually slightly small compared to the entire square cuts. It's just right in the middle. A tip is, you might want to make it a little bit bigger. I forgot to adjust the reference photo in the beginning, but it will be safe to make it a little bit bigger. But for now, the size is fine for this class. So go ahead and copy your layer. Tap your brush and scroll all the way up in your brush library panel. Click on the plus button to create a new brush set and naming botanical because that's what we're gonna do today. Now let's add a new brush. Tap on the plus sign on the top right, going to shape, hit, Edit and import, paste. And this will paste the image you create it and copied earlier. That's done and going to the settings of our brush. So you can see the shape of our image that we paste it. So this entire line is actually created by all the little tiny trees that you drew. So go into stroke path and we want to increase the spacing so that you can see how the little trees are actually join and combined together to create a line. So if you create a space that is large enough, see every tiny little tree along your stroke path. Next, let's go to properties. I want to show you the actual tree so we are going to increase the maximum size. You can see the tree size just increases. Now it's still small as I tap on to your drawing pad because my minimum size is really small. But this minimum to maximum size just gives you a range of the size for your brush, which you can change when you go into your canvas. So I'm just going to move it up to show you the shape in this example. With this minimum, maximum size function, you can actually tweak any rushed at You have any basic procreate brush if you find that you want it a little bit thinner or smaller. Go-ahead, go into settings and play with it to create the brushed air you need. Now, go into grain, go into Edit, and go into source library. Now, I want to add a texture to our tree so you can get like different feel the friend texture. And it's not just a plain silhouette. I'm going to use the burnt charcoal. Now let's test out how this looks. You can always clear drawing pad of there's just too many things going on. Go into properties and increasing minimum size just to test it out and it's too small. So now you can see that and Sidon retreat. There's different textures based on the green source. And if they increase and decrease the scale, you can see how it changes inside the tree. So for scale, when it's all the way towards lowers, it is, it is a combination of a lot of little squares. So it is basically all the green source square image combined together. But if you increase your zoom is just zooming in and out of one piece of square. For rotation. You can actually rotate the entire green source. So you can see how, if you like it this way or a little bit to the left or to the right, you can adjust the green source with rotation. Now let's go into About this brush. You can name your brush. That can change the name of who made it. You can put your name. I'm good. I mean, this brush charcoal treat. And I'm going to my me made by Bonnie. And what's cool is you can even just sign your name on it. Now in properties turn on US stamp preview. This is going to give you a preview of your stamp wherein a brush library. I'm just going to turn down my minimum size so I can adjust my stamp later on our canvas. Let's hit done. Now you can see how distend preview is placed in our brush. I'm just gonna decrease it a little bit so that it's all the way in that little panel, it's still to bake. So let's go a little bit smaller because I want to fit it just right now. Let's just write. Now let's test our brush. Go ahead and open a new layer. High your original icon. Make sure you're on your brush and tap on it, play with it. As you can see now that my brushes on its MAC size and is exactly the size of how I drew it in the beginning. And then we go all the way. Minimum, which is what I said earlier, is that tiny compared to its max size. So if you want to create your own brushes next time, just remember to make it a little bit bigger in the middle of the canvas so that when you increase your Mac size, it will allow you to go to any sort of canvas size. It really depends on what kind of Canvas site usually draw on. Because for some people it doesn't have to be that big. Some people it doesn't have to be that small. So go in a just play with your max and a minimum size. Now, I'm gonna clear this layer and I wanted to show you the current settings of the brush. Because it's current setting allows you to have lighter and darker shades based on your pressure points. How hard you tap your brush. So you see what I'm tapping it really lightly. It is I'm quite light versus how I'm just hitting my pencil on the screen. It gets really dark. So I'm just going to Claritas layer and change my background color to white, just to show you a different colored stamp. So if you change the stamp to green or whatever color, you can do, Lake a lighter to darker gradient shade of your brush stamps. You can eventually create a forest that has shadows and highlights, different shades, different gradients going on with just one Sam. Now I'm just randomly stamping on the trace just to show you how it looks like. 4. Constant Pressure: Now I want to show you what you can do to remove this prayer setting on your brush. Duplicate your original brush, tap into it and hit Apple pencil. Under pressure you have this opacity scale. So just turn it all the way down. I'm going to clear this layer and test it out. So you can see, no matter how hard or lay, whatever pressure I put on my brush, it's all going to come out. Same darkness. It is useful to have a different brush for this setting compared to the first one so that you don't have to keep adjusting the opacity so that when US stamp, you will always have a consistent shape. So now I'm just gonna change the name of my brush so that I know this is one with constant pressure. Then let's move on. 5. Opaque Silhouette: For our next brush, we're going to create a silhouette. Go ahead and duplicate your first brush the charcoal tree. So going to grain editor and port, go into source Library and select blank. This is basically just making it and to the first brush before we added the grain texture. So the reason why I'm showing you this way so that you know, that under green editor, you can always change it to be opaque. You can change it to have a different texture. You can even add in your own texture, which is something I won't be covering in this class. But I just want to show you that under grain editor, you can change the texture. So now you have a brush that has pressure sensitivity. This brush is really good to make like mono chrome artworks. You can see how it is showing a gradient already. I'm just going to switch up the colors so that you can see how different colors can create their monochrome look on this brush. If you keep tapping, if you control your pressure sensitivity well, you can really create a light to dark gradients. Or if you know how to adjust the contrast and brightness of your art, or you can just use this brush to create late the forests feel over the mountains. How easy it is to create a total force. Look with just one brush. Now want to show you what you can do if you don't want the difference in saturation in the perjure sensitivity. So just the same, duplicate that brush and reduce the opacity under Apple pencil. Or you can also duplicate the other one which you have reduced opacity. But this time you're just changed a grain source back to blank, blank to completely white. So you see how this works. You're basically just changing the settings. Brush. Live too many brushes here. I'm just going to delete the ones that I just duplicated. Let's zoom into checkout. Our trees. Look at the little details of each step, each way. So the image that you draw in the beginning of the stem is really important. Every stroke is seeing you want it all to be white. As long as it's white, it can be opaque. 6. Line Drawing: Now let's move on to our next reference photo. We're going to draw them lavender right now. This time it's going to be a different type of drawing, is going to be a line drawing where you're drawing the shape of the leaf shaped, each paddle, the stem. Just to have a minimalist line art look. So employ your reference photo, open a new layer mixture on the monoline brush and make sure you're drawing on white. So I just flipped my reference photo horizontally because I wanted my lavender to go this way. So you can always suggest your reference photo to how you want your drawing to look like. Of course, it's just a reference photo you can add in your own creativity. You can draw slightly differently, is really up to you. So right now I'm just gonna go over the little petals or local flowers of the lavender just to make sure there is enough shape. There's enough lines for the flower to be seen, for the shape of the flower to be seen so that when I, you will know it's a lavender. You can follow along. But by the end of this class, your class project will be to create your own brush pen. So just follow along with me to see what kind of different brushes that you can create and then you can create your own ones. So I want to remind you that you can always reduce or increase the opacity your reference photo. Because it really depends on what color your reference photo list, which really way and you're using a wave birth to draw, you won't be able to see it. So you can reduce your opacity. But if not, if it's really dark color, you can just use it as it is. The reason why we're using a monoline brush for this piece is because we want every single line to have the same shape. If you use a brush that is not fully way and has different opacity, then when you stamp on it, it will come out that way too. If you use a black brush, it will not be shown at all. Because if you remember when you copy the image and when you paste it into the shape source, the background is black. So you want your image to be white. Let's fix the stem and we can move on to creating this next brush. Alright, let's bring back our background color. We want to make sure that we remember to put our image in the middle. Because when you tap your brush, wherever you tap, that will be the middle point of your stamp. Now let's repeat our step before and create our next brush. Just to remind you of the steps we want to copy the layer. Going to create new brush, go into shape editor and paste your image. Click done. And now you can see your shaped sources in it still align. What does next do you remember? Nope, not scatter. We wanted to first coincidence stroke path and increase the spacing so we can see the space in between. So move it up all the way to max. And let's go ahead and go into properties. Increase your Mac size just to see it larger and can increase human size also, if you draw it too small. This is just to check it on the drawing pad. And then you can change it again later when you test it on the canvas itself. Will get it beautiful. Okay, let's turn on, use them preview so that I can see how it looks like on my brush library. And I want to show you how it looks when the previous all the way up. Let's click done. Look, it's huge. I can only see the middle portion of it. So let's move it down a little bit. And I want to also remember to reduce the opacity of it because I don't want it to have different shades. I just want one pressure point. I'm just going to fix my minimum size a little bit so that when I use it on my canvas, it can be smaller. Change your name. I'm putting IT S lavender. You can remember to name your brush, put your name in so that you know, you created it and you sign it. Let's test our brush. Bring back your background color. I'm gonna use way to create this little white, black and minimalist look and put a one in a bit of a look at that, increase the brush size, stamp it. Now you have a really cute image for your Instagram icon. You can create like different flowers are images just using this line art technique and repeat it. And you can have different icons for Instagram. You can even use it as little bullet for HDR digital journals. If you journal on procreate, you can even use this as bullet icon. How Cade is that? So what I did here was just open a new layer, stamp the brush so that I can turn it horizontally. With one brush. You have two different ways to create. One artwork. 7. Scattered: Let's move on to our next brush and important our leaf reference photo regularly if we're gonna do the same line drawing here, just maybe my eyes, the size of my monoline brush, might be a little bit. Just to create a different look. You can always make it thicker. Also, if you want a thicker scatter look because this video In this class, we're going to, I'm going to show you how to create a random scatter with different size leaves. So I'm just gonna go ahead and trace on my leaf. You don't have to follow exactly your reference photo. You can just draw it out of your own imagination or your house plan or something. But I just like the little imperfections of the sleep. If you have a reference photo like this one that has many different types of leaves in one. Or if you stick in a picture where it is filled with different leaves is luscious and just as different patterns, you can actually trace each leaf on a different layer to create multiple brushes at once. But just remember that on every layer, you put your image right in the center before copying it and creating a new brush. Now let's see how our slope right now. Okay, it looks good. I'm going to place it at the center. And let's copy the image. And let's create a new brush. Do you remember what we do? Go into shape, editor, pace and done. Usually I will go into stroke path and increase the spacing first. But this time, let's go into properties because I want to increase my max size just to show you how every leaf is right next to each other to make that path. Let's go into spacing now on stroke paths, increase their spacing. This time we're going to use gender because gender causes belief to stray away from your stroke path. So I did a random path and you can see when I moved up the jitter, it is going crazy, is going away from where my pencil drew. So you see this opposite S-shape. And when I move the jitter, it just, you can't even see the stroke path anymore. So what you wanna do is you want to play with your spacing, play with your jitter. And just to get the right movement. Scatters. So always clearer Drawing path. You can use this as a test. Well, you increase or decrease your spacing and play with your jitter. So that when you use your pencil to draw, you know, somewhat where your leaves are going to fall. To see for you just draw a line and my jitter is up. And I increase and decrease of spacing and can see how intense the leaves are. Let's go into properties and just play with the size right now to set a minimum size to see how it looks. Turn I understand preview. And let's go back to stroke path. So because this is scattered brush then it is quite delicate in terms of how your spacing and your jitter is because you want to have the right spacing and jitter to create a nice scatter. In the end, it really depends what your brush is for, how you envision your brush to be used. So for example, if you want a more controlled scattered light, if you draw a straight line, you know the leaves are going to go this way, then do that. Or you might want your scatter to be a bit more crazy. You increase your jitter and you can be like leaves falling down from the sky. So let's draw straight lines on our drawing pad. And I want to show you what this scatter looks like under shade. When you increase your scatter, the direction of the leaves change. And now if you increase your account, it really multiplies how many leaves you have on one stroke path. So you can turn up the count to get more intense of dense reads. We can play with your count jitter to get the ideal scattered one undercount jitter. There's this randomized Asimov flip X and Y, all of these, you can turn it on and off just to see how it changes. Randomizes just making the rotation of your shaped strand. So let's name our brush. Just gonna Mimi. Relief. Wait, we have another leaf coming up. I'm going to name it scattered. We've done and test out our brush. Changing my background to white colour and opening up a new layer. Let's test out our brush. So you can see that as I go across the canvas, because the shape is so big or the brush size so big, you cannot really see any form of line. The Nadav minimized it a little bit. You can see a little bit of how the direction of my leaves are going. There are some leaves that are lighter in color and some are darker because. Opacity is still up. If you want your brush to all be standardized in its color and shape and just turn the opacity down. What's nice is that as you put more pressure on your pen, you get a darker shade. But if you lighten up, you get a lighter shade. This is quite nice because it feels more natural. So let's try a different color right now. You can already create a little pattern going on here. If you add some texture in your background, at some lettering, you can create, it won't paper per cell. So what if you want to randomize the shape of your leaf? Let's go up into the brush under dynamics and under jitter. Turn up your size. This will randomize the size of your elifs as to do a stroke. So some of the bigger sum will be smaller. Let's see. Look at it. It's already a little bit random in its size. I'm just going to turn down the size of my brush. And you can see it's all random. He feels more natural now, Lake leaves are falling. Just by this piece. You can already create a coloring sheet. Imagine going into each leaf and just coloring. You can print it out, give it to your kids to color or for yourself. So you kinda have some overlapping these. Now, what can we do to reduce the leaves from overlapping? Let's go back into our brush and go under properties. Let's reduce the maximum size to about 606 percent will be okay. Increased the minimum size to maybe a 130%. And let's test it out. Okay, looks pretty good. There's only, let's say, two sets or Fourier leaves that are almost touching each other. So let's increase our spacing as well under shrew path. So the threshold that I have changed my settings might be different from yours because you really depends on how large or small your own drawing as your own stamp is. But doing this large compared to before you have less control along the path of her pencil. Let's try it out. If it's too small for a Canvas, just increase the size of your brush. And if you really don't want to overlap at all and have more control over where you place your stem. Let's create another brush using another leaf drawing. 8. Controlled Scatter: So for this class, we're going to focus on how to create a scatter brushes Well, but with a little more control so that when you draw along the path, you can actually control where your leaf scatters on. This is our final reference photo, the one that is a special shape. We so just import your leave and do the same thing, draw out your elif to create a new brush. I've reduced the opacity a little bit and increase the size of my monoline brush. Increasing the size will make it look a little bit thicker and not so refined as the other one. I actually like it a little bit thicker because when it's too thin, then when the brush is really small, you can't really see it. So just go along your Lee and create the shape of your leaf. Another idea on how you can create your stamp is because now I'm focusing on creating a line art. You can actually fill the color leaf, fill it white. So after you have trays or drawn the shape of your leaf just colored, dropped entire white in. And by doing this, you create a fully opaque leaf that you can actually draw on change the color. You can use alpha law to just put textures in color the shape of the leaf. And you will have a new brush. So I'm really picky but a little imperfections, so let's check it out. This one here is fine. Alright, let's go ahead and bring our background color to see how it looks. As I said, you can also put colored drop-in. I'm not gonna do that. So let's put it in the middle. This time. I've made my leave a little bit bigger. So what do you do? That's copy it. Copy, and let's create a new brush. Go into your brush library under botanical. Create a New Brush and do the same. Go into shape, edit, import and paste. Done. Now let's see how this brush will look like. What you wanna do first is increase the spacing of your brush. So let's go and to strop path and increase the spacing. So you can see the space in between each leaf. And for this one, you want to keep the jitter to none. So that it is one straight line and not all over the place. To objective for this brush is to make sure that we can control where we scatter our leaves compared to the previous video. Because in the previous one we were trying to see how we can make the leaves not overlap so much. Lets clear our drawing pad and test out the brush. That's going to Properties and increase the maximum size. So you can see the shape of the reef. You can see that as I do want brushstroke down to screen, it is pretty controlled. The leaves are all facing the same direction. You are stamping it consistent shape. Now I'm just playing the maximum and minimum size just to get the right proportion, the right spacing, and going squiggly lines going straight, just to see how the pen works. Now let's go into shape. I want to make it scatter a little bit obit randomize. So let's increase the scatter and you can see how to shape rotates. And if you play with the rotation scale, you can also control the way the shape of your leaf rotates. Now if you increase the count, because we did increase our jitter. When you increase the commoner free leaf, it will just intensify and multiply the number of your leaves at the same point. So I'm just going to keep it at one because I want to be more control. If you want it to be more randomized, you can play with the randomized as f2 x, y. Let's rename our brush to, I'm just going to call it to leave my stamp previous barely there. I'm gonna turn on new stem preview. And oops, it's too big. Let's reduce it. Let's test out our brush, open a new layer. Now, because my brush size is quite high, you cannot see the path of it. Let's reduce it down and see how does the brush look like tested on your canvas. I'm just going to change my background color to white and just make it a little green reef. So go all the way across your canvas. Now, wherever you have space in between your leaves, use your pencil to go in between those space so you can create a control scatter. And now it doesn't overlap. It may not be as randomized, but it is something that is within your control. And even the way the leaves phase, the direction of it is all random. Not at you can see there's different shades of the leaf is because I did not reduce my opacity. Because I wanted this brush to look like it's very natural. I want it to have different shades as I apply differ pressure points. 9. Themed Brush Set: So here are some tips on how to create your own set of brushes. I've included a brush planning template that you can download either the class resources and an example of how I filled it up. So download it and you can go through it with me. So firstly, you want to have a vision and purpose for your set. What is it for? Who is it for? Why do people need it? Why would people pay for it? And this will help you create specific brushes to answer those needs. For example, something that I really like is glitter and gold brushes, which I can't do myself yet. So I bought them until and Creative Market or other digital platforms, the cell procreate brushes and just to see what others are providing. A lot of water color alone. Lettering brushes, What is it that you want? But it's not on here. They also have stem brushes. But instead of buying them, you can now create them yourself. So let's go through how I filled up my brush set template. So my vision is I want to create a floral line, art stamps and the styles gonna be minimalist for just like the lavender. But now I need to think more about who these brushes, What is it for? Why would people needed? So I would say the person who would like these brushes with be dainty, elegantly like fresh, clean looks and artworks. What is it for? You can use it to create Instagram icons, create greeting cards, wedding templates, or an adversary birthday cards. You can also create coloring pages for kids. You can create lettering pages that you can color on or wallpaper for your phone. And why would people want this? For me? I believe it helps to nurture creativity because there's something I definitely lacking, but someone else is good at. So he or she can help me nurture and build on my creativity. And maybe I don't have time for it. I can't create so many different icons and brush stamps, but you have created it. So what you have created can help me in my old pieces. So with this, what kind of brushes can I use or can I create? I already have the 11. There are 11 to create floral line r. So let's go ahead and list down all the different types of flowers that I want to create. Tulips, kidneys, roses, baby breath, Daisy and high drinkers. For now, I will create seven brushes and you can actually download these brushes for your own use. I've included it in the class resources. You can just go ahead and download it and import it into your procreate. 10. Class Project: For your class project, I want you to create your own brush pen, something that you need, something that speaks to your own style. Whether it is minimalist, more arresting by where elegant and sophisticated, or you might wait it, any May or cartoon style create something with a theme in mind. I want you to take the time to have careful and intentional thought on how to create this brush back because it is something that you can use or you can even share it with other people. Download the template that I provided. Take your time, go through it, write down what this brush Peck will look like because with this, it will help you give focus and structure to when you create your own brush pen. I want you to create at least five brushes for this class to get you going. You can add on later when you want to develop more freshness for set, you can download the seven floral span I've created for you as a reference. Please share with us on a class project gallery when you're done or even just your work in progress. I would love to see them. I'm sure we can all learn from each other. If you're on Instagram, please feel free to tag me at five bags of goal. I would love to feature you in my stories. And if you liked this class, feel free to follow me to get updates on my next class. See you in the next class.