How to Paint Watercolor Florals on Your iPad

Liz Kohler Brown, artist, designer, illustrator, teacher

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6 Videos (41m)
    • 01 Florals in Procreate Intro

      1:22
    • 02 Project 1

      10:56
    • 03 Florals in Procreate: Project 1 Part 2

      4:33
    • 04 Florals in Procreate: Project 2

      14:38
    • 05 Project 3

      8:37
    • 06 Florals in Procreate Outtro

      0:43
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About This Class

I want to show you how to create beautiful watercolor florals on your iPad using the app Procreate.

We’ll cover watercolor methods like layering, darkening, and masking fluid.  I’ll show you how to make everything from abstract ink and watercolor paintings to loose modern floral bouquets.  I made 10 watercolor brushes and a watercolor texture paper that I want to share with you as free downloads. All you need is an iPad with pencil support, an Apple Pencil, and the app Procreate.

You can download the paper and brushes here. If you aren’t sure how to install the brushes, check out my first class on watercolors in Procreate.  In that class I cover all the Procreate basics, so if you aren’t familiar with Procreate you may want to start there.

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Liz Kohler Brown

artist, designer, illustrator, teacher

Hi everyone!  I'm an artist, designer, and illustrator who loves sharing new techniques and methods.  My background is in fine art and graphic design, and these days I'm focusing on surface design and illustration.  I've taught everything from ceramics and sculpture to watercolor painting and drawing.  Right now I'm obsessed with pushing the limits of painting and illustrating on my iPad, and can't wait to share all my discoveries here on Skillshare.  If you have...

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