Creating digital art on a foil texture can be a fun and unique technique to experiment with. In this tutorial, we’ll take you through the steps of painting on top of a foil texture using Procreate. From choosing a foil texture to adding color and dimension with various brushes, you can create a beautiful and original artwork that incorporates the shine and texture of foil.
Today, I’m excited to be sharing a digital art process video with you, showcasing the incredible capabilities of Procreate and my custom Fiber Art brush set. I’ll demonstrate how to create beautiful artwork with neutral colors and lots of texture. My process begins with diagonal lines created using the felting brushes. From there, I add florals, pieces of cloth, stitching and embellishments to give the piece depth and interest. I hope this video will inspire you to create something today and to explore the endless possibilities of digital art!
In my new Create with Intuition series, I provide two art prompts every month – an intuitive prompt in the form of a word or phrase to explore, and a visual prompt. Intuitive Prompt: “Pets” Maybe you have a pet or a childhood pet that comes to mind when you think about this prompt. Or […]
In my new Create with Intuition series, I provide two art prompts every month – an intuitive prompt in the form of a word or phrase to explore, and a visual prompt. Intuitive Prompt: “Should” This word brings up different things for different people, especially in December when there are usually a lot of things […]
For today’s video I’m sharing the process of doodling and playing, not really expressing anything deep or groundbreaking, but making something just to be creative. I wanted to share in order to encourage you to keep creating and sharing as well! Canvas Dimensions: 3000×2000 pixels Supplies
In my new Create with Intuition series, I provide two art prompts every month – an intuitive prompt in the form of a word or phrase to explore, and a visual prompt. Intuitive Prompt: “Gratitude” When you think about what you’re grateful for, what comes to mind? Maybe a million different ideas immediately pop up, […]
Today I wanted to take you along with me while creating a very messy digital mixed media collage on a dark background. We will experiment with adding bits of paper, stitching, doodles and paint using my Mixed Media brush set for Procreate. Canvas Dimensions: 10 x 8″ at 300 DPI Set the background color Go […]
This video was requested by Deb from the community – a wispy abstract butterfly made from digital acrylic pour painting and lined with messy black ink. I tried a few different versions and ultimately decided to trace a butterfly outline from an image from unsplash, to use as a template. Then I filled the “wings” […]
Today I wanted to do a very simple and colorful digital alcohol ink piece in Procreate that includes a lot of metallics and very cheerful colors, perfect for June! Canvas Dimensions: 3000×2000 pixels at 300 DPI I would love to see what you come up with! You’re very welcome to tag me on Instagram @alainajensen, […]
For today’s tutorial we will be making a forest out of digital alcohol ink which is very abstract and looks a bit like it might belong in a Dr. Suess book! It’s a bit silly and whimsical, and a lot of fun to make. The technique is inspired (with permission) by an artist named Bea […]
Today we are using one of my favourite techniques for boosting creativity – completely removing color as a variable by using only one color (black in this case). This forces us to focus on other variables instead to make the art more interesting, like texture details. Painting a full moon seemed like a perfect, minimalist […]
Sometimes with abstract art, a blank page can be really intimidating because of the wide open realm of possibility it represents. You can do any shapes, colors, techniques, patterns etc – the possibilities are limitless! This can be really scary and sometimes result in giving up before even getting started. That is why, in this […]
In today’s tutorial is inspired by the Japanese concept of Kintsugi, which means “golden joinery” – the art of putting broken pieces of pottery back together using gold. This art form celebrates the broken pieces as a beautiful part of the history of the object, rather trying to hide the flaws. I love this concept […]
The only parts about today’s piece that I planned ahead are the brushes and the colors! The rest will be totally spontaneous. Join me as we create intuitively together! I’m feeling very drawn to blues, purples and pinks today. I start out by making a few blobs on the paper, choosing colors that I think […]