How to Create Realistic Rose Petals in Procreate
How to create realistic rose petals in Procreate.
|Artistic||Tarraleah||Background + petal shading|
|Painting||Oriental Brush||Petal edge|
Here is a breakdown of each drawing layer:
|3) Using the Tarraleah brush in the artistic section of Procreate, color a green background. Sketch using the HB Pencil from the sketching section; create a petal outline with a bent petal tip.
4) On a new layer on the layers panel, outline the sketch with the Monoline brush. On a new layer, outline the bent petal tip as it's own layer + shape.
3) You should now have 2 separate petal layers. Fill in those petal layers with white.
||3) Swipe two fingers to the right to fill in the larger petal layer. Shade a gray color to the upper left using the Tarraleah brush. Shade the right of the petal with a pink color.
|3) Swipe 2 fingers to the right on the smaller petal layer. Shade the edge of the petal tip with a burgundy/wine color using the Tarraleah brush on the lowest size setting, if you want a cleaner edge, use the oriental brush to color the petal tip edge.
||3) Check the view layer box on the layer panel for both petals to view them together. You should now have a complete petal!
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