How to create a floral bouquet using clipping masks in Procreate

How to create a floral bouquet using clipping masks in Procreate

July 22, 2020

Beginner. Some Procreate knowledge is helpful but not necessary to follow along.

In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create a floral bouquet in multiple color ways using clipping masks and my free Procreate color palette. You'll learn about art composition, layers, and how to add realistic texture to your digital artwork.

This art tutorial is completely free!



I'm so excited to share with you my very first Procreate tutorial!

This tutorial will show you the exact process I used to create my Wild Florals art collection. I truly love this workflow because it saves so much time!

When I started creating art and surface designs, I was so intimidated by learning Adobe Illustrator. I watched so many tutorials on making repeat patterns and vectorizing your artwork. This doesn't even cover the constant frustration over not knowing what every button did in Illustrator.

I had just about given up when I realized there are a lot of tools in Procreate that can help you create artwork and illustrations with the flexibility and ease that apps like Illustrator and Photoshop give you.

So, in this video, I'll show you how I use features like Layers and Clipping Masks to recolor artwork. I'll start by giving you my tips for creating a balanced artwork then we'll hop into how to create layers, clipping masks, color and recolor your work, and how to add realistic textures to make it feel like a truly handmade piece.

What did you think of this tutorial?

Tell me your comments and questions below. And don't forget to tag me on Instagram (@curateddrygoods) so I can see your beautiful bouquets!

- Kristine



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