This month’s Create with Intuition prompt is “Transformation”, a powerful concept found in both nature and our personal journeys, offering a rich source of inspiration for artists. As we transition into the month of May, we witness nature’s transformation in the form of blooming flowers, buzzing bees, and the emergence of new life. These changes can be […]
In today’s tutorial we will digitally stitch an elaborate floral arrangement inside of an embroidery hoop, using my new Fiber Art brush set.
In a previous tutorial, I showed how to paint a moon in Procreate with my watercolor brush set. Today, I’ll show how to digitally add pressed flower embellishments to the watercolor painting for a dreamy and delicate collage result.
Today, I wanted to show you how to do 12 different kinds of greenery with my Dual Color brushes for Procreate, which enable you to paint with two colors in the same stroke digitally. You can also use these same techniques for flower petals, and they are only a few of the very many different […]
I’ve noticed a decor trend where people will hang dried flowers upside down, attached end to end and hanging in lines, so that they are looking kind of like a curtain. I really like how this looks so I wanted to try out the concept with my new pressed flower brushes, and at the same […]
Today, we are adding pressed flowers as embellishments to a letter in the Procreate app. This is not a plant that would grow anywhere in nature, but instead we are building it up as a collage – I like to imagine that I have a box of pressed flowers next to me and I’m choosing […]
I’ve made a new brush set! These brushes were made from real flowers, personally collected and purchased from across England and Wales for the past several years, carefully pressed and then scanned at high resolution. Including a combination of both stamps and dynamic brushes which respond to pressure and direction for a unique result every […]
Today’s tutorial is a very quick and easy wreath with a focal point on one side. In my opinion, a wreath is beautiful no matter what season and can be very versatile and used with lots of different types of greenery. We will cover how to create each element of greenery in a new layer, […]
In today’s tutorial, we are painting a Lily with dual color dynamic brushes, using white as a secondary color and using a non-white background for contrast. I would love to see what you come up with! You’re very welcome to tag me on Instagram @alainajensen, use #alainajensenbrushes or share your work in our free facebook group. […]
Join me for a very quick and easy tutorial for painting a potted snake plant in Procreate using the angled brushes from my new Dual Color brush set. The brushes I’m using are from my Dual Color brushes for Procreate, which is available for sale at the following link: Dual Color Brushes. Canvas Dimensions: 8×10″ […]
In today’s tutorial, we are painting a Rose with dual color dynamic brushes, using two colors in the same brush. I would love to see what you come up with! You’re very welcome to tag me on Instagram @alainajensen, use #alainajensenbrushes or share your work in our free facebook group. If you have any questions please […]
I wanted to do a special tutorial today in honor of the strong and brave people of Ukraine who are currently fighting for their lives, their families, and their homes. The brush, canvas and palette used in this tutorial are available to you at the links below. These materials are freely given because I wanted […]
Today we will explore the “Flower Head” collage trend and how to make one in the Procreate iPad app using vintage flower, bird and butterfly stamp brushes. The stamp brushes and palette I’m using are from my Mixed Media bundle for Procreate. You can use this technique to create whimsical portraits for clients, friends, family, or […]
Today, I wanted to show you how to paint a watercolor tulip in procreate. This tutorial was inspired by some gorgeous tulips that I bought the other day (featured in the video) – I love how the red seeps into the yellow, and I just had to try to recreate it! I’ve included some details […]