Bouquet Maker Brush Set for Procreate
This is the Standard License for the Bouquet Maker Procreate Brush Set and grants you (the purchaser) ongoing permission to use the Item to create end products that are not intended to be sold or used for business purposes. For full Standard License rights and prohibitions, please visit https://every-tuesday.com/license/
For uses of the Bouquet Maker Procreate Brush Set that are intended for sale or used for business purposes, please see the Extended License, available here: https://every-tuesday.com/bouquet-maker-extended
Create beautiful floral compositions directly in Procreate!
This custom set of 217 Bouquet Maker Procreate brushes includes a combination of inking and stamp brushes organized within 5 categories:
- In the Flat Extras (5 drawing brushes) category, you'll find pressure variable inking brushes, so you can add character to your line work with dense brushes designed specifically for working with solid color.
- The Flat Hero (63 stamp brushes) category includes attention grabbing, oftentimes complex 'hero' florals meant to be the primary subject within your compositions.
- In the Flat Supporting (67 stamp brushes) category, you'll find simpler florals, many times in groups or on stems created to support the hero florals within arrangements.
- The Flat Filler (48 stamp brushes) category contains a variety of foliage and 'filler' elements - greens that fill out bouquets and arrangements for a supported, balanced appearance.
- The Flat Composition (34 stamp brushes) category includes layout options for your arrangements and bouquets. Use these stamps as a base to build in your floral and foliage elements for a balanced structure with less work. All were created based on real bouquets. Filled in shapes represent floral elements.
**Please note: All stamp brushes must be stamped in using your finger to guarantee full opacity**
How to Use
- Navigate to the Flat Composition category and choose a composition stamp
- Stamp your composition in with your finger and reposition as needed. Reduce the opacity down to 15-30%
- Large filled in areas on the composition stamp represent hero florals and small filled in areas represent supporting florals. Stamp in desired hero and supporting florals on separate layers. Erase or use a layer mask to remove overlaps. Add in desired foliage over the corresponding areas following the same process as the florals.
- Turn off the visibility of the composition stamp's layer. You should now have your bouquet 'base' with all of your floral and foliage stamps. I recommend grouping these 'outline' layers together to stay organized.
- On new layers above the base, use the inking brushes found in the Flat Extras category to draw over the base with desired colors, flat shadows and simplifying shapes to add unique-to-you details. Layer the colored layers as you would like them to appear: hero florals towards the top and foliage beneath the florals.
- Once the colored layers are complete, turn off the visibility of your base. Fill in any gaps and add any final details. Done!
Get these brushes for free! The extended license of the full set of these brushes is included when you enroll in my online course, Flat Florals in Procreate: https://every-tuesday.com/flat-florals
To see more Procreate artwork using these brushes, find me on Instagram! https://instagram.com/everytuesday
You can also find hundreds of my free Procreate tutorials on YouTube: https://youtube.com/everytuesday
If you’re new to Procreate, check out my free course, Procreate for Beginners! https://every-tuesday.com/5x
• iPad that supports pressure sensitivity (see this list: every-tuesday.com/ipads)
• Apple Pencil or comparable stylus
• Procreate (v.5.2.6 or newer)
These brushes were designed specifically for use in Procreate (not Illustrator or Photoshop), so they are only compatible with Procreate. An Apple Pencil was used to create and test all of the brushes. For this reason, I’m unable to guarantee the same results with other 3rd party styluses. If you’d like to test some of my free brushes for compatibility, they can be found at http://TuesdayMakers.com
5 .brushset files totaling 217 custom Procreate inking and stamp brushes