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February 2020

While my heart will always be tied especially close to traditional art supplies, I love the possibilities Procreate now provides. I love being able to experiment with new brushes and paint in a way that can feel so realistic…digitally! I have a bonus section of my Watercolor Lettering in Procreate course that goes over the basics of watercolor leaves and florals in Procreate. If you haven’t checked the course out yet, I wanted to give you a little sneak peek this week with a winter watercolor bouquet in Procreate! I hope this will inspire you to create your own versions and play around with either the default water brushes or this set – read on to see how!

Welcome to episode 4 of Style Studies! Style Studies is my monthly series where I walk you through a popular hand lettering style and provide free printable and Procreate practice sheets so you can follow along! This month, we’re diving into decorative serif lettering in 4 easy steps with a style I’m calling Party Slab. This style is a heavy slab serif, that lends itself well to extra decoration, like inline details and creative shadows. It’s best used in headlines, set in all caps and has a festive and fun feeling. Read on to grab the practice sheets and create it yourself!

If you’ve been here before, you already know I’m crazy about watercolor – traditional or digital. A couple years back, I shared how to vectorize watercolor textures, so today I want to share the process I use to vectorize watercolor lettering. We’ll start by creating our watercolor lettering traditionally using Arteza watercolor brush pens. Next, we’ll scan it into the computer, then finish it up by vectorizing in Illustrator. Read on for the full supply list + tutorial!

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