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Symmetrical illustration techniques for a vintage room in Procreate

teacher avatar Nicole Gabriel, Procreate Artist

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.



    • 2.

      Your Projects


    • 3.



    • 4.



    • 5.

      Design a Tile


    • 6.

      Design another Tile


    • 7.

      Make a Stamp


    • 8.

      Make a Brush


    • 9.

      Sum-up: Brushes


    • 10.

      Illustration Idea


    • 11.

      Perspective Drawing


    • 12.

      Sketch Illustration


    • 13.

      Ink the Room


    • 14.

      Fill the Bottles


    • 15.

      Ink the Rest


    • 16.

      Add Details Top


    • 17.

      Add Details Board


    • 18.

      Thank You!


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About This Class

Are you ready to take your illustrations to the next level? In this class, we'll explore the exciting world of symmetrical drawing and learn how to create beautiful, balanced illustrations using Procreate's powerful symmetry tool.

We'll focus on illustrating some patterned ceramic tiles, creating our very own patterned brushes and finally decorate a vintage room set with that tiles.

You'll learn to:

  • use the symmetry tool
  • create stamp brushes
  • create patterned brushes
  • draw in perspective (basics)
  • and many more!

This class is designed for artists with basic Procreate skills. If you are total new to Procreate, I invite you to take my other skillshare class "The Power of Procreate".

By the end of this class, you'll have a finished, well balanced illustration and a set of new skills that you can use to create symmetrical artwork in any style or genre.

You can grab some freebies in this class:

  • 3 custom color palettes
  • a set of 7 stamp brushes of bottles & glasses
  • a Pinterest board for your inspiration

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Nicole Gabriel

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1. Intro: Patterned tiles occur in many different cultures. They are an evergreen that grant a specially retro and vintage feel to a space. What about to create a vintage room set with me in Procreate on the iPad? Hi, I'm Nici, a freelance pattern designer and illustrator based in the middle of Europe, in Austria. The idea of this class is to illustrate some patterned tiles, inspired by heritage ceramic tiles. Then make a patterned brush out of this. And finally, decorate a room set scene with the patterned tiles. In this way we achieve a vintage composition. In my kitchen board, there are a lot of of classes and bottles filled with different herbs products. So, I thought it might be a good idea to provide you with a variation of stamps, of different glasses and bottle shapes. You can use these stamps as guides and draw over them to quickly fill your board. I will also provide you with three different retro inspired color palettes. In this class, you will learn about using Assisted Drawing, creating your own stamps and pattern brushes. Creating a room set illustration with a lot of layers, and many more. By the end of this class, you will have a set of stamps and brushes. And a vintage inspired illustration that is well balanced because of the symmetrical elements within. So, are you ready? Let's get started. 2. Your Projects: In this class we are going to create some patterned tiles and illustrate a room set and use our patterned tiles for decoration. Your project in this class is either the patterned tiles or the rooms set illustration or both, of course! I'd like to encourage you to upload your finished pieces to the projects gallery by clicking the green Create Project button in the projects and resources tab. I'd love to see it and give you feedback. If you have any questions, please reach out in the discussion section and I'm here for you. 3. Downloadables: In the projects and resources tab, you can find the downloadable for this class. As said, I'm going to provide you with some stamp brushes and three color palettes. You can download it and use it for personal and also commercial purposes. And you will also find a link to a Pinterest board about ceramic tiles. Where we can catch some inspiration for our illustration project. And in the next video, we are going to gather some ideas for our own patterned tiles. 4. Inspiration: Patterned tiles occur in many different cultures, from Moroccan to Spanish or English to name only some. They are an Evergreen that grant a specially retro and vintage feel to a space. I've collected a variation of all these different heritage styles on my Pinterest board. And we can use it as an inspiration for our own patterned tiles. Of course, we don't want to copy any of these, but we can use it as a good starting point. You can go through my board or make your own research. I think I'd like to create some patterned tiles that are not too complex. In the end, they are the background of our final illustration and they are not the star. I really like this one, I love this one because of its colors and the detailed shapes. It's great. But I think for our illustration, for our end protect, it might be a good choice to make it not as complex as this one. So I think I choose this one as my inspiration. Now we can make a split screen from our Pinterest board and our Procreate, to always have this for our inspiration. You can click these three little dots on the top. And choose split view. And then you can open Procreate and you'll have it splitted. Meet me in the next video to create our own patterned tile. 5. Design a Tile: We make Pinterest a little smaller. So the main part is our procreate. Now we can create a new canvas by clicking the little plus icon. Choose the black rectangle. And I suggest the canvas 3,000 by 3,000 pixels. And the DPI should be 300 to have a good-quality. And click create. For our patterned tiles I'd like to work with the symmetry tool. So we can draw in one part of the canvas and have it automatically mirrored in other parts. Go to the little wrench icon on the top-left, to Canvas. And there you have the Drawing Guide. And when you turn it on, you can choose Edit Drawing Guide. And at the bottom, you have the symmetry tool. And by clicking the options, you can choose maybe quadrant to have it in the four parts. But I'd like to try out radial. And the assisted drawing bar should be active. Click done. I'd like to choose under the brush, the inking, the studio pen, and choose a black color. A solid black, you can go down there. We choose the black because later we would like to create a stamp and a brush out of this. And it's better to work with the black from the beginning. The radial symmetry says that when you draw in one part, you have it automatically mirrored in the other seven parts. I'd like to start with a petal that's from the center to the top. But I don't want it from the very center, but a bit away from that. And I make kind of this shape. Make it a bit thicker on the bottom. Because I don't want to have it too stylized. I'd like to have a kind of hand-drawn effect. Try to make it round so you don't see the mirror axis. That's good. Maybe here is a bit bumpy. You can draw the bow and hold it to make it perfect. Okay. Fine. Fine. For now. I think, I like to have a little dot in the center. You can make a little flower too. That might be nice. Okay. Now, I think like to have a kind of bow from here to there. Let's see how it looks. The studio pen is a pen that depends on the pressure of the of the pencil you take on the screen. So it's thin at the beginning and when you press harder, it's much thicker. So you can play around with this effect. I think I like to make it bigger. Start again. My hands a bit shaky today. I try to make it not too perfect, but not bumpy at all. Make a nice tip. Nice. And I think I like to have a kind of flower with leaves from here to the corner. Make a straight line when you draw and told it makes perfect. So we can overlap it so it's a good straight line. And I make four petals. The brush is too thick, make it smaller. Okay, fill it with the black. I think that's nice. Now we can make two bows from the straight line and make some other petals or leaves or whatever you like to have. Nice. Of course, you can also use the color drop to fill in your shape, but sometimes it's meditative to draw the shapes out. So it depends on your mood. I like this. And I think, I will leave it. I don't want to overdo this because when it's tiled one-by-one, it might look nice to not have to much in this. And in the next video, we are going to create a second tile. 6. Design another Tile: Let's create a second one. I turn this off and make a second layer and turn on the Drawing Assist. So we have the mirror effect again and choose another inspiration. And I also love this kind of for curves in the middle. So let me choose this one for my inspiration. And I start with the curves. And I think to make it a bit different and not too much to the center, only subtile, the curves. Make it thicker on top and fill it in. And make a simple curve. Here. Maybe a second one, a smaller one. You can also make it a bit thicker. Find your perfect shapes and vary in the thickness of your objects. And bows. Fill in this little spot. Now let's go to the center. I make my brush a little bigger, I like to make some curve from the direct center to out there and the curves that overlap. So that way, somewhat that. Nice. And I make again, this kind of V over there. It's a bit shaky, my hand is so shaky. And then make, a three leaves flower from here. Fill in. Make it nice. I like that. Maybe a bit like this. So it comes to that shape on the bottom. And I do a bit refine work. Yeah, that's nice. And over there we can make a kind of two leaves that turn to the flowers. And to make our corners a bit less sparse, we can replay this kind of curvy shape from the center in a heart shape. And if you like, you can fill in the very center. So it's much like a flower. A hearted flower. Nice. Meet me in the next video so we can make stamps out of our two patterned tiles. 7. Make a Stamp: Alright, let's create a stamp out of our two patterned tiles. Let's start with this one. Go to the little wrench icon again. And under add, you'll find copy... you'll find Copy Canvas. When you press this, all on your canvas is copied in a flat layer. And now we can go to our brush studio. And we can go to the top of this, of all your brushes and there you have a little plus. When you click this, you can make your very own collection of brushes. Let's say patterned tiles. Okay. And with this little plus icon on the top right, we come to our brush studio. Here you can make a lot of different settings and you can play around with this. And maybe I will create a separate class later on with only the brush studio. There's so much to do here. I show you now how to create a stamp. Go to shape. And here you have the shape of your brush. So it's a solid one. That's the basic source. When you press Edit over there and say Import - Paste. There we have our patterned tile. With two fingers on the canvas, you can reverse it from black to white. So later when you stamp only the white parts create a stamp on your Canvas. It's a bit like when you carve your own stamps. So only the white parts here in, are our stamp later on, and the black ones are the ones that are cut out. Okay. When you go to Stroke path, here you have the spacing. And when you turn this blue dot all the way to 100 percent, you made a stamp out of the brush. So when you press, every time you press on the screen, you have one stamp. Under Apple Pencil... At the moment we have, every time we click on the screen, we have a variation of opacity between the stamps. And it depends on how hard you press on the screen. So you can leave it in this setting if you'd like to. But I like to have my stamps 100 percent in opacity. You can make it under the Apple pencil. And here you have to opacity. It's max. So that means the pressure variation is on max, not the opacity, but the pressure variation. When you go down to none. The stamp is solid. And the properties. Here you can make the setting of the preview. Here is use stamp preview. And of course we would like to have a preview so we can organize our brushes better. Use Stamp preview. And at the moment, the preview size is at 30 percent and I leave it now and let's see what this does. So click Done. And there you have your very first stamp. And the preview is much too small at the moment. So we can click again and make the preview size a little bigger. Maybe at around 65 per cent. Let's try this out. Okay, fine. So now we can see the pattern much better. The size of the preview doesn't say anything about the size of the brush. It's only the preview. So we can try it out now by making another layer on the top. And let's turn off this. I turn my drawing guide off under Canvas - drawing guide. OK. Oh, it's so small. And we can also fix this to make it bigger. Of course you can go... You can increase the size to hundred percent, but it's also very small. You can go back to your brush studio. And under properties you have Brush behavior, maximum size, and at the moment it's at 100 percent. And we can go up with this at 250 maybe, around. Click Done. And then you have a much bigger stamp. And I think, it's fine now. Let's do this process again with our second pattern. Turn this on. Say Wrench icon, Add, Copy Canvas. Go to the brush studio, brush Library, patterned tiles, Plus, and go to Shape. Edit, Import, and paste. With the two fingers on the screen we can shift the black to the white. Our stamp is cut out now. OK. Click Done. Then we have the stroke path. To create the stamp, we have to go with the spacing to the max. And to make the opacity to 100 percent, we have to go to the Apple pencil settings and reduce the opacity from Max to None. And under Properties, we have the stamp preview. Turn it on. And with the last one we had it at 50 percent. We do this again. And we had the maximum size of the brush behavior at 250 around. So you can click here and type it in also. And click Done. There we have our two stamps. Let's try out the second one. On a separate layer. Turn it on. Cool. Meet me in the next class to make a patterned brush out of our patterned tiles. 8. Make a Brush: So now that you've learned how to create a stamp brush, it's time to make a pattern brush now. And for that, we go back to our brushes library. Click the little plus icon. And this time don't choose shape but grain. And on Edit you can also import and paste your last element. And don't forget to reverse the colors. Click done. And here you have your drawing pad, and you can try out your brush. So you can first clear your pad. And there you have your perfect patterned brush. Under grain behavior you can choose between the two options, moving or texturised. When you leave the moving and you have drawn on your canvas, and later you would like to take this pattern further, you can't do this because when you lift your pencil and take it on again, you have another starting point and they don't match together. But when you click Texturised and reduce the scale to about 15, clear it again. And you lift your pencil and take it on the screen again, it continuous drawing on the same space. So you can always lift and come back again. Under properties, this time we leave inactive this use stamp preview because it's not a stamp but a brush. And I also like to turn off the orient to screen, which means that my brush now fits perfect to the angle of the canvas and not to the angle of the screen. So when I turn my Canvas, my brush always orients on where the canvas is. Then click done and try it out. So here's our preview. And I take a new layer. Turn this off. And why not choose another color? So I take the pink. And there we have our brush. So at the moment, the stroke of the brush is at this size. And if you like to fill in the whole canvas, this is a lot of work to do. So in that case, you can go back to your brush studio and go to Properties. And go up with the maximum size at 250, about. Click Done. With three fingers on the canvas, you can clear your layer and try this size out. So it's much better and you are quicker with filling in your canvas. So one thing I would like to change for this brush is when you create, when you have patterned tiles in nature, you always have... Let's demonstrate. I go to my studio pen. And you always have this little gaps between the tiles. I don t know the technical word for that, but I would like to integrate that border in my pattern. So for that case, I can delete our layers, go back to our original creation. And I duplicate this. Turn off the other. And with the black make a border around the canvas. So in that way and that mustn't be perfect. It's cool to have some bumpy lines. So it's more of a hand-drawn element. And you will see this will make much of a difference. So we can go back to the little wrench icon and copy the canvas. Go back to our brush library on the top. Pattern tiles. And we can go back to this brush, grain and edit this one and paste the other one with the line around the border. And when you click Done, you'll see we have the lines. And I think for our illustration of the room, this is much more effective than the one without the lines between. So I'm very happy with this one. And now let's make the second one. 9. Sum-up: Brushes: I clear this layer, clear, duplicate this one. Turn it on, and make the border for the gaps between the tiles. Back to black. Okay, Don't forget to choose another brush. Studio pen. It's okay to make it bumpy. Wrench icon. Copy canvas. Go back to our brush library. On the top. Patterned tiles. Click the plus, under Grain. Edit, Import, paste. Don't forget to switch the colors. Click Done, and make it texturised, so you can lift your pencil in between. And reduce the scale to, I like it at 15 percent, but you can make this as you'd like to do it. Now go to Properties and go up with the maximum size of the brush behavior. And turn off the orient to screen and click Done. And we can test it out. Take another color. Okay. I think it's a good size. Cool. Now, let's create in the next video our sketch for a final illustration, where we can integrate one of these pattern brushes. 10. Illustration Idea: Fine. Let's move on to our final illustration. For that, we create a new canvas by taking the plus icon on top right. I like to create a canvas that is 3,000, and 4,000 pixels in the heath and the DPI should be 300. So this gives us a maximum layer amount of 40. So I think that's enough. But we will make a complex illustration. So we have to think strategically. Let's take this Sketching Pencil, 6B pencil. And my idea would be to create some kind of kitchen board and fill it with some bottles and glasses and in the background, we can make our patterned tiles. So, some like that. And on the top we can draw some kind of bord with some hooks to hang on, for example some herbs to dry. Let's see what comes in our mind. This is my idea in short form. And in the next video, we're going to sketch this out in detail. 11. Perspective Drawing: Okay, I delete it again. Clear layer and make it nice. So, I like to have the patterned tiles to somewhere around that. So, I make my kitchen board somewhere here. Press the finger to make it perfect to the border. And somewhere here. Okay. So I have a hand-drawn style and I don't draw very stylized. So if you are a more stylized type, feel free to turn on the perspective drawing and the drawing guide. But I don't cover this one in this class. But, feel free to check it out under Drawing Guide, perspective and you have to choose the vanishing point. So let's say somewhere here, then you have your guidelines for the perfect perspective drawing. But I don't cover this in my class. As said I'm more of the hand-drawn style type. And therefore, I make it about in perfect perspective. Cancel that. But anyway, even if we don't draw very stylized, we have to follow some rules for perspective drawing to make our illustration not to weird. And for that I... Let me show you. I found this picture on Pinterest from a shelf that's from the front view. And the vanishing point in this picture is somewhere around here in the middle. That means that these parts, we see only the front of the shelves and all that this under. We see a bit of the top of this shelf. And the more you go down this, the more you see from this shelf. So here is only a small one. And here is a bigger part. And when you go from your vanishing point up, you see the backside of the shelves. Here, only a small one. And the more you go up, the more you see from the underside of the shelves. Let's take these rules and create our cupboard in the next video. 12. Sketch Illustration: So this is the front side. And I'd like to choose the vanishing point somewhere here. So we can see a small amount of the top from the shelf. So I go a bit down here and make it here. And the more we go down, the more we see the top of the shelves. I like to make three parts in this shelf. So it doesn't matter if they are same in size, or different. I turn on my Pinterest again. Okay. From the side, you see a bit from the inner side. And this is your corner where you can take the guide to the bottom. And here again, I make it only slightly. This is the back and the side. And the more we go down, the more we see from our shelf. Perfect. Well, not perfect, but that's the point when you draw. I take this off. Now let's fill our cupboard with different glasses and bottles. And I have provided you with a variation of different stamps of bottles and glasses and jars. And we can use them as a guide and quickly turn them in our shelves. So let's choose this one. And I take it on a separate layer. And I show you, why. Take it. And now we can take the Move tool and move this one around without affecting the other drawing. I think I like to have this on the very bottom. And why not make it smaller, I choose the freeform and make it a bit thicker. So it doesn't matter if the strokes are blurry. So because it's only a guideline and we draw over it in the next step. I take another layer to make another bottle. I speed this up for you. And down on the very bottom, I'd like to go back to my sketching pencil. 6B pencil and draw a little cat that is sleeping in the cupboard. So it's only a sketch. We can always refine it later on. I think it's up too fat. Now let's talk about the top of our illustration. And I'd like to have a vase on the top. So, somewhat around that. It's only a rough sketch, a very rough sketch. And we can always refine it in the next step. Take a kind of flower shape over there. We can use the symmetry tool for this flower or leaf or whatever this should be. But for now, we just make a quick, rough sketch. And on the left, I'd like to make, maybe from outside the border, a kind of clothes hooks. Somewhat around that. The hooks. And here we can draw in some herbs, a bundle of herbs that are here to dry, to let them dry for maybe some tea, or for cooking. And we'll refine it in the next step. Of course, we are going to fill our bottles and jars with different products and feel free to fill them with whatever you like to. So in this one, I make some... We can also use the symmetry tool later on and make some thyme that are in oil, for, to make salad dressing. Maybe. Okay. It's enough for the sketch. And this might be a good one for some oil with garlic and also thyme and pepper. And this one, I'd like to make a little love potion. Make a heart on the top. This is perfect for some honey. And maybe this one for some mushrooms, mystic mushrooms. So it might be a little witches kitchen. Who knows? And these two on the top. Maybe here. Let's make another oil. Maybe this time with lemon and also some pepper and chili. A slice of lemon. I will delete from the cupboard these little that are overlapping. It looks nice. And here is one empty. And this one, I'd like to fill with some Nasturtium in schnaps. That is never missing in my personal, witches kitchen. And the leaves, they are overlapping. Okay, fine. And at the back, we have our patterned tiles to create this vintage vibe. Fine. Let's meet in the next class to fill this sketching with color and refine all. 13. Ink the Room: Okay, We have done our sketching and now we can refine our illustration and ink the elements. I have provided you with different color palettes. And you can choose from one of that or take your own colors if you like them more. First, merge our sketched elements together on one layer and reduce the opacity. And I'd like to lock it. And I always leave this layer, the sketching layer on the top, so I can see all of my sketching. I choose the bohemian summer color palette for my illustration. And I select this light lilac for my background color. Let's select a brush for inking. I always like to choose under calligraphy, the monoline brush. I select this white color from my wall. Make a perfect straight line by tapping with the finger on the screen and fill in the color. Create another layer that is direct above your background layer. And there we can fill in our patterned tiles. So let's choose one of our two brushes and draw over the lilac rectangle. Let's turn off the sketching layer for a moment. And I think it's quite pretty. One thing I'd like to change is make this white rectangle, the wall a little smaller. So we can see all of the top titles row. It's much nicer now. Turn on the sketching layer again and create a new layer for our cupboard. And I select this red color for the cupboard and create the outer shape of the cupboard. And later we will fill in, Whoops, select the monoline brush. Start again and create the outer shape and fill in the color. And later we will draw in all the details. Okay, I can't see my sketching now. So let's unlock the sketching layer. Unlock. And then swipe with two fingers to the right to make it alpha lock. And then we select a black color all the way down here. And then we can fill the layer. So we have it black now and we can see it much better. Reduce the opacity again. And lock it. I choose this brown color now to make all my axis and the lines of the board. So I make another layer and clip it to the board. But first, I like to refine my board, especially the corners. And then I'd draw in all these lines. I speed this up for you. And then make this back axis first. So we have a continued line. And then we can erase these parts that are overlapping over the board. And then I'd draw in all these lines. Let's make a kind of decorative strip here on the top. For my further inking process, I choose the studio pen under inking. And I'd like to make some bows, round shapes. Erase these overlapping parts. And decorate them with lines. Let's meet in the next video to ink all that is in the cupboard. 14. Fill the Bottles: Let's draw our bottles out next on a separate layer. Let's choose this white color and the studio pen and then line the bottles out. Okay, Let's reduce the opacity of this layer to make the bottles a bit transparent. So around 30 percent. And on another layer, make all the caps. Okay, let's fill the bottles now. And I make one layer for the liquid and a separate layer for all the fillings in one bottle. I make the liquid in this one, light green. And on a separate layer, I fill in all the fruits and herbs. The first one is done. Let's make the next one. And I group these two layers together and create a separate layer for the next bottle. I make the oil, the liquid yellow. And for the thyme we can work with a little trick. So we can turn on the symmetry tool for the thyme. So take this little wrench icon, Canvas, edit drawing guide. And here you can turn on the symmetry and take this axis to the center of your bottle. So this is the mirror axis. If it's not working correct, you can check your layers menu. And if on your layer, the drawing assist is active. And now you can draw the thyme in perfect symmetry. I'd like to add some blossoms on the end of each sprig. The second bottle is finished. And I group these two layers together and go on to the next bottle. I make an extra layer for the leaves. Group three layers together and go over to the next bottle. Group the two layers. And make the honey. Make a nice label. Oops, I forgot to create a separate layer. I'm not really good in hand lettering, but I try my best. Okay, and we make more details in the next video. Let's go over to the love potion. There is only one bottle left. And on the separate layer make the mushroom. I add in little dots. In the next video, let's ink the cat and the top of our room set. 15. Ink the Rest: Let's draw the cat now. But first, let's group these two mushroom layers together. And on a separate layer, draw the body of the cat. And on another layer, the head of the cat. And on the third layer, you can fill in the eyes and the nose and the beard of the cat. We are done with filling the cupboard. And now let's move to the top. And first, we can draw this little vase with the flowery shape in it. And for that, we can also use the symmetry tool. Go to the little wrench icon on the top edit drawing guide, and then move the mirror axis to the center of your vase. Group the cat layers together, and then activate the drawing assist on your layer for the vase. I choose this light green for my plant. And make the brush a little bigger. Whoops. Oh, what happened? This layer with the wall is on the top of my layers and I move it to the end. And now it works. Draw a symmetrical plant that you like. You can add some leaves and blossoms. Nice, I like it. Now let's go over to this hooks board and make the inking. I select the mono line brush for this geometric shape of the board. Let's make the hooks in this cream color. Better on a separate layer so we can copy it later for the second rook. Okay, let's duplicate this layer and move it to the left. And now we can merge these two hooks together on one layer. I match the complete board together and make a new layer for my drying herbs. I choose this dark green for that. I go back to my studio pen. Here on the top, I make a little ribbon that holds the sprigs together and hooks it on the hook. Because I've merged the hooks with the board, I have to be carefully now with the ribbon. Okay, Done. And for the last one, I take on my symmetry tool, again. Activate the Drawing Assist on the layer and go further. I think we can turn off our sketching layer now. Turn off the Drawing Guide. Now, turn off the Drawing Assist on this layer so we can make the ribbon. And we have done all the inking. Let's meet in the next class for adding some details for more interest. 16. Add Details Top: Okay, let's make the details in this rosemary. And I choose this inkbleed brush under inking, make it a bit smaller, more. And then I turn on my drawing assist again and turn on the Drawing Guide again. And then make this little veins in every part of this Rosemary. Turn off the assisted drawing and the drawing guide. And then let's talk about the hook. I'd like to draw in this detailed shape on the white ellipse. So it's kind of a shadow or the detail of the hook. I go back to my studio pen. Okay, let's make the veins in the sage next. Okay. And for this flower, I'd like to choose this dark green and make the layer in alpha lock. So swipe with two fingers on the layer to the right. And then I choose the inkbleed brush under inking, make it bigger and then draw out a vein. No, draw out half of the leaf in this to get a bit more contrast to the patterned tiles in the background. Yeah, I think that's fine. And for the blooms, I'd like to choose this white color and make some dots in the middle of each flower. And then I take this lilac and make some stripes on each petal. I think that's nice. Let's decorate the vase. And in the next video, we add the details in the cupboard. 17. Add Details Board: Let's go over to the board now. And I'd like to start with the cat, go to the body of the cat and make the layer alpha lock. And then choose a black color, and this medium nozzle brush, and create a subtitle shadow under the head. You can also play around with this brush on the full body of the cat. Cat. Check. Okay, then I go back to my bottles layer. And refine all of these bumpy edges. Okay, and now I go to the caps layer and refine all my caps. And then I make a small stripe on the top of the cap to define it better. And the same here under the bottleneck. Then imagine there is a light source on the top of the room. So we can make some little stripes on the top of the bottles to reflect that light a bit and generate some more interest. And do this with all the others too. And now, let's choose this first bottle with the lemons and the layer with the fruits in it and the chili. And now let's add some details here in. For example, you can make some lights on the top of the pepper. And in this basil leaves, you can integrate the veins. I take the eraser for this. And here's some lights on the chili. Just simple stripes and dots here and there. And then I alpha lock my layer and then choose this brown and medium nozzle and create some shadow on the chili. I make it a bit smaller. Only subtle. Here and there. Yeah, it looks nicer. And also on the leaves, add shadow. And for the lemons you can also create some shadow on the bottom. And in the lemon, we can add some texture with this red and then take under sketching, try out the peppermint under sketching. Reduce the size and make some stripes here and there. Only press slightly with your pencil. So there are only subtle textures in it. And I think it looks nice. Okay, we are done with the first bottle. Now let's go to the thyme and let's see what we can do here. And I suggest erasing some little veins in the leaves. Let's go over to this nasturtium bottle now. And here is the layer and I take the bloom, blooms layer and I take this brown color and create a circle, kind of circle in the middle of the flower. I take the peppermint brush and make some slightly veins. Some slightly stripes in the leaves, in the petals. And in the center, I like to integrate some yellow. Try the peppermint here. Yeah, I think that's okay. Draw over it. Then go back to my brown and go further with this little stripes. Okay, And I take this yellow again and make this circle in the middle a bit bigger by pressing only slightly with my pencil. Okay, let's go to the leaves and I take my eraser again and erase some veins. Let's go over to our garlic oil now. Let's see. We can erase a part of the garlic on the top. Maybe some stripes. No, I don't like. And in the Rosemarie, we can go back to our peppermint pencil and make some stripes in this little leaves. And on the pepper, go back to the studio pen and make some little dots. And the next is the honey. I take this layer with the lettering and my red color. And I like to draw a little flower on this label. A simple flower, only a simple shape. And the yellow in the center. Maybe this green, and make some leaves. Nice. Then I go back to my yellow and make a simple bee. I add some stripes on the corner of the label. That's nice. Okay, done with the honey. And let's go over to our love potion. And there's not so much to do in here, but maybe erase some stripes in the heart. So for more interest, I think that's nice. I refine the heart a bit. And we are done with filling the cupboard, and I think it's a nice room set. There's just one thing left and I'd like to add some shadow in the back of the cupboard for more 3D effect. And I take the red color and shift the color dot a little to the right and down to make a darker version of the red. And then take my nice medium nozzle brush. And here's the layer of the cupboard and I create a layer that's above and clip it. And then I make with my medium nozzle brush a kind of shadow in the background. So around all the bottles and glasses. And later we play around with the blending modes. So it doesn't matter too much how it looks like now. And then go to the layer and this little N, you can check the blending modes. And I usually like the linear burn or the color burn very much for that, reduce the opacity. And I think that looks nice. Check out the color burn. And the multiply. Can play around with these blending modes a bit till you find a version you really like. And you can also blend this axis layer. And I think I like that version. And now we can create a layer that's above this axis layer and create some little shadows under the glasses. And I take this peppermint brush for that and draw some shadows. Congrats. You have finished your project, you have finished your vintage room set. 18. Thank You!: You've done it. You've created your own stamps and brushes and your own vintage room set. I'm so proud of you for sticking with me this whole way. I hope you had fun and that you're inspired now to create your own rooms sets or pattern brushes. I'm so looking forward to see your creations in the gallery. Please share them with the class. Thank you so much for taking this class. And hopefully I'll see you again next time. Bye.