Tropical Florals in Procreate | S Sukilopi | Skillshare

Tropical Florals in Procreate

S Sukilopi, Artist, Skillshare teacher

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11 Videos (38m)
    • Presentation

      1:25
    • Gathering reference images

      1:00
    • Basic painting technique

      5:36
    • Smudge tool effects

      5:41
    • Adding details

      3:57
    • More flowers and student project

      7:43
    • Leaves technique

      5:14
    • Arranging the elements

      3:01
    • Background color and texture

      2:42
    • Some ideas

      0:45
    • Finally

      0:43

About This Class

Painting on your iPad as intuitively as you would on paper is perfectly possible, through an easy and fun technique that I will show you in this class.
Step by step we will design tropical flowers and leaves to illustrate this method and create a beautiful floral composition.
I will also demonstrate how to obtain a natural painted look and vibrant colors, how to arrange all your elements to get a harmonious pattern and show you ways to create nice textures for your background.
By the end of the class you will be able to design your own beach towel and cute summer dress, so let’s start! 

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Dropbox link to leaves and flowers photos:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/k36m3bbwwfiaqkg/AAC22sXECkkjmcj-SnI5PQKVa?dl=0

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S Sukilopi

Artist, Skillshare teacher


Hello, I'm Sandrine / Suki Lopi (self-given name), I am an artist who loves using all kinds of media and especially watercolors. I am also a Procreate lover and I especially enjoy working on digital collages.

I sell my art through exhibitions and on print on demand websites, such as Society6 and Redbubble.

My main sources of inspiration are my daily reveries, nature, music and books. I am also a major paper hoarder and collect everything and anything that is not complet...

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