Ink and Watercolor Greeting Cards on Your iPad in Procreate + FREE Templates and Brushes

Liz Kohler Brown, artist, designer, illustrator, teacher

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7 Videos (47m)
    • Ink and Watercolor Greeting Cards on Your iPad in Procreate

      1:44
    • Setting Up Your Card

      6:36
    • Adding Text & Illustrations

      9:55
    • Adding Color & Banners

      8:47
    • Using Fonts

      7:49
    • Tracing Text

      5:56
    • Tracing Images

      6:38
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About This Class

In this class, I want to show you how to create ink and watercolor greeting cards on your iPad using the app Procreate.  I’ll show you how to:

  • create a simple hand drawn card using banners and illustrations to decorate the text.
  • use watercolors to add color to your illustrations 
  • use a downloaded font and a traced image to create a humorous birthday card.

You don’t have to be good at drawing to make one of these cards because I’ll show you a simple tracing method that allows you to turn any object into an illustration.  I’ll also share a set of downloads with you when you take this class including the watercolor brushes I created for Procreate, the texture paper I use to bring a real watercolor texture to my cards, and some banners and images that you can trace in Procreate.

All you need to take this class is an iPad and a stylus.  I use the Apple pencil, but you could do this process with any stylus or even your finger.

You can download the templates and brushes I use in this class here.  You can use the templates for personal or commercial use!

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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 withpushing 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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