I’ve got a 3 part ‘love series’ leading up to Valentine’s Day this year and today is tutorial no. 1! These will all be beginner/intermediate skill levels, so if you’re a more advanced user, there’s plenty of opportunity to take the designs in any direction that you’d like. This week, we’re getting things started with a little coffee date ☕️

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Love Series Kick Off! Doodle Style Coffee Mugs in Procreate

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Here’s a written overview of how to make doodle style coffee mugs in Procreate:
  • Apply your background color and then paint in your mugs. Grab the inky edge pro brush and paint in a cup shape. Put a handle on the side and then repeat with the other mug. Center the mugs on your canvas and then turn off the drawing guide.
  • Add a pattern to both of the cups by creating a new layer and draw in any pattern you’d like.
  • Change the brush to the watercolor pro brush and paint in the coffee. Add an outline to the cups with the inky edge pro brush.
  • Add a new layer to the bottom of your layers and switch back to the watercolor pro brush. Paint in some ovals to anchor the mugs. ‘
  • Create a new layer and switch to the streaky paint pro brush. Change the blend mode to multiply. Draw in some steam to create a heart. To make it more of a sketchy style, switch back to the inky edge pro brush and add in some jittery lines by holding your hand towards the top of your apple pencil.
  • Add in some doodle hearts around the mugs.
  • Write in your lettering with the drawing guide back on, using the mono pencil pro brush.
  • Done!

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  • Hi Teela-

    New to Procreate… adore, greatly appreciate your hard work and style! Inspiration for a non-artistic individual gives me hope, so thank you!!!

  • Hey Teela,
    I’m total beginner with ProCreate. Your tutorial was really great to follow along, even though I used brushes and colors that are standard in ProCreate. This won’t be the last tutorial I’m following from you 🙂


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