So you're in Procreate and you want to make your own color palette. Or even easier, you want to import a color palette from a cool site like design-seeds.com. To summarize, you'll import your design-seeds palette, then use the eyedropper tool to create a palette. Here are those instructions in-depth if you need more help.
I've been working on this for a while, and now I'm happy to report that my ebook, Getting Started with Brush Lettering, is now available via print!
It took a few rounds of editing the proofs, but all is good now. Grab your print copy of Getting Started with Brush Lettering here.
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In my newest tutorial I walk you through how to create a color palette quickly using a photo. Learn how to find the best colors of a photo, then pull those colors into a downloadable Photoshop template that will automatically calculate beautiful tints (lighter colors) of the colors you choose.
It's super easy and so fun to create your own coloring book page! I just launched this course on Skillshare: make sure to check it out and enroll in my newest Skillshare class. This can be whatever you want it to be. For my coloring book page, I started by hand lettering my newborn son's name with block lettering. All I used to do this was a Sharpie marker and printer paper. Then I began to add illustrative and doodle-y details with the sharpie. Next up is digitizing, vectorizing, printing, and finally coloring!
There are so many things you can do with watercolor backgrounds: hand letter on top of them, cut them out and make some mixed media art, digitize them and use them as watercolor textures, and more. In this video I'll show you a few methods to create easy watercolor backgrounds for your projects, using simple tools that you may already have lying around your house.
300DPI? 72DPI? JPEG? PNG? CMYK? RGB? Inches? Pixels? The possibilities are overwhelming. I've gotten a lot of questions on best practices for creating and saving digital and print files for graphic design. If you're not sure how to save your files for print or digital, this post is for you!
There are lots of happy accidents when it comes to creative work! I'm not sure how I did this, but one day I had my inking Pentel Aquash water brushes out and I also had watercolor out, and I decided to dip the tip of my ink brush into the watercolor. I loved the results and wanted to share with you how I achieve this effect!
Welcome to the second part of my brush pen demo! These pens are less traditional; not all of them were made for brush calligraphy. In fact, most of them are used for illustration, watercolor, or crafts. However, they make up some of my favorite pens to use all the time!
I'm doing something a little different today and sharing how I record and edit videos for Instagram and YouTube. I've gotten a few requests and wanted to show you my setup in case it would help you record fine art videos for your Instagram, YouTube, Periscope and more. Check out the video at the bottom for a demo of the tripod and an overview of my setup; otherwise all of the important info is below!
In today's post and video, I'll demonstrate 9 pens that are more traditional, meaning they were specifically made for brush lettering. Most of these pens only come in black ink, and they range in size from super fine to fine.