How to Paint Watercolor Wreaths on Your iPad in Procreate + Free Watercolor Brushes

Liz Kohler Brown, artist | designer | teacher

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9 Lessons (1h 5m)
    • 1. How to Paint Watercolor Wreaths on Your iPad in Procreate

    • 2. Brushes & Paper

    • 3. Getting Inspiration

    • 4. Adding Text

    • 5. Single Color Wreath

    • 6. Guides & Masking

    • 7. Multi-Color Effects

    • 8. Collaging Wreath Elements

    • 9. Adjusting Wreath Elements

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About This Class


In this class, I'll show you how to paint watercolor wreaths on your iPad in Procreate.  I’ll show you every step of my process from planning out the layout to sketching, painting, and blending.  When you take this class, you’ll get the watercolor brushes I made for Procreate, plus my watercolor texture paper as free downloads.

I'll show you how to:

  • use a direct painting method using a single bold color to create an abstract floral wreath
  • create a watercolor text effect, and how to add multiple watercolor shades to the botanical elements
  • create a multi-colored leaf wreath using a masking process
  • add multiple colors to your piece to create a multi-dimensional look
  • create an asymmetrical wreath using a masking method to create rough watercolor edges
  • paint basic plant shapes like roses, and leaves

You can use the wreaths you make in this class as digital or printable art.  You could even sell your wreaths as digital downloads on a site like Etsy, or use a print on demand site like Society 6 to sell the painting on finished products.

All you need to take this class is your iPad and a stylus.  I’ll be using the Apple Pencil, but you could use any stylus, or even your finger.

You can see my Pinterest inspiration board here.

You can get the downloads here.