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    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 […]

    Dual Color Greenery Ideas


    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 […]

    Make a Digital Mixed Media Collage

    Mixed Media Collage on a Dark Background

    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 […]

    Flower Curtain

    Digital Flower Curtain tutorial

    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 […]

    Embellish a Letter with Pressed Flowers


    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 […]

    New! Pressed Flowers brushes for Procreate


    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” […]

    Acrylic Pour Butterfly

    Acrylic Pour Butterfly

    Today I wanted to explore a question that I get a lot – the difference between alpha lock and clipping mask in the Procreate digital art app, and how to do each one. The functionality is similar, but there are pros and cons to consider. Alpha Lock Apply alpha lock to a layer by swiping […]

    What’s the difference between Alpha Lock and a Clipping Mask?


    Today I will be showing how to draw a very simple, lush green hillside scene in Procreate including a tree and lots of grasses and ferns, to demonstrate more ways to use my new Greenery brush set for Procreate, and hopefully help to spark some ideas for how to use them in your artwork. We […]

    Draw a Green Hillside


    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, […]

    Create a Realistic Greenery Wreath


    I’ve made a new brush set! This one has been years in the making. These brushes are made from real plants, personally collected from across England and Wales, carefully pressed and then scanned at high resolution. Amazingly, the brushes are NOT stamps – they dynamically respond to pressure and direction for aunique result every time. […]

    Greenery Brushes – Complete Walkthrough and Tutorial


    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, […]

    Colorful Alcohol Ink with Metallics

    A tutorial video about how to create digital alcohol ink on an ipad

    In today’s tutorial, we will create an abstract digital collage landscape. First we will use a photo from Unsplash to find the basic shapes and colors of the landscape, and then take it off the rails by using paper textures, ephemera stamps, stitching and paint to create a very fanciful and abstract mixed media landscape […]

    Digital Collage Landscape


    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 […]

    Whimsical Abstract Forest


    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 […]

    Watercolor Moon