Food

Apple – The Flo Method

Heya Flocreators! Let me introduce the Flo Method! An easy way to remember the steps you can follow to draw any subject. I’ll explain the method while we draw this simple and stylized apple in Procreate. So you won’t just learn a fun drawing method, but you’ll also learn about the features in Procreate. It’s a win-win!

Brushes used:

  • 6B Pencil
  • Monoline Brush
  • Script Brush
  • Acrylic Brush

Canvas Size:

  • 2500 x 2500 pixels

Skills Learned:

  • Observation: Fundamental in drawing, observing the form and lighting of your subject is crucial
  • Sketching: The initial step in the drawing process involves using the 6B Pencil to explore and establish the basic shapes of your subject, which, in this case, is an apple
  • Line Art Creation: After sketching, we proceed to refine our drawing with crisp lines using the Monoline Brush, a step that’s especially useful for stylized illustrations
  • Color Blocking: The tutorial highlights the importance of laying down base colors for different parts of the drawing without worrying about details, using layers beneath the line art for organization
  • Lighting and Shading: Introducing soft global light and form shadows enriches the drawing, providing depth and dimension
  • Final Touches: Adjusting line art colors to blend with the base and adding secondary light sources or rim lights bring the artwork to life, making it pop
Food

Cup of Love

Valentine’s Day is around the corner, so I thought it would be fun to create something love themed. This cup of love is perfect as a small gift for Valentine’s Day, but also for Mother’s Day for instance. During this tutorial we’ll use hatching techniques to create the shading.

The color I’ll be using is #211111

Brushes used:

  • Basic Sketcher
  • Fineliner Brush
  • Flat Marker

Canvas Size:

  • 2500 x 2500 pixels

Skills Learned:

  • Sketching Techniques: You’ll start with a basic sketch, using an oval to outline the top of the cup and adding dimension to create a realistic 3D effect. This step is crucial in establishing the shape and perspective of your cup
  • Refining Sketches: You’ll learn to refine your initial sketch by lowering the opacity of your rough layer and sketching a more detailed version on a new layer. This technique helps in cleaning up the design and preparing it for inking
  • Inking and Line Work: The fineliner brush will be used to create clean outlines and add intricate details to the illustration. You’ll practice varying the line weight to add depth and dimension, especially around the marshmallows and the cup’s edges
  • Hatching and Shading: This tutorial will introduce you to the art of hatching and cross-hatching for shading, teaching you how to create texture and volume
Food

Realistic Egg

In this easy and fun tutorial I will guide you through the steps of creating this realistic looking cracked egg. And I promise you, it’s easy! After following this Procreate tutorial you will have a result that you’ll be proud of.

Brushes used:

  • Monoline Brush
  • Soft Brush
  • Dry Fine Liner Brush
  • Light Shader
  • Dark Shader
  • Dibby Dabby Brush
  • Spackle It Brush

Canvas Size:

  • 2300 x 3000 pixels

Skills Learned:

  • Creating Basic Shapes: Learn to draw and adjust basic shapes like ovals for the egg using the Monoline Brush and liquify tool
  • Layering and Masking: Discover the use of layer duplication, masking, and selection tools for creating and controlling cracks in the eggshell
  • Shading and Texturing: Master the art of adding shadows, highlights, and textures to give your egg realism. This includes using different brushes and layer blending modes like multiply
Food

Ice Cream Shop

Ready to create a charming little ice cream shop in Procreate? This tutorial is perfect for both beginners and seasoned Procreate users. You’ll discover how to utilize Procreate’s fundamental tools like the Selection, Move and Transform, Symmetry tools, Alpha Lock, and Layer Masks. By the end of this fun tutorial, not only will you have a cute ice cream shop illustration but also a boost in your Procreate skills and confidence.

Brushes used:

  • Monoline Brush
  • Soft Brush
  • Spackle it Brush
  • Fineliner Brush
  • Script Brush

Canvas Size:

  • 2300 x 3000 pixels

Skills Learned:

  • Creating Basic Shapes: Learn to make various shapes like rectangles and circles using the Selection tool and filling them with color
  • Using Symmetry: Utilize the Symmetry tool for even and mirrored designs
  • Layer Management: Gain proficiency in creating new layers, using Alpha Lock for non-destructive editing, and using Clipping Masks for detailed work
  • Shading and Texturing: Enhance your artwork with shadows, highlights, and textures using different brushes and blending modes
Food

Kawaii Veggies

Always eat ehhh.. draw your veggies! Let’s create this kawaii trio together ­čśâ This tutorial is perfect for anyone looking to add cuteness and character to their digital illustrations. You’ll learn how to create simple yet expressive characters, manipulate layers effectively, and apply colors and details to make your art pop. Ready to create your own Kawaii veggies? Let’s get to it, and don’t forget to share your adorable vegetable friends!

Brushes used:

  • Basic Sketcher
  • Smooth Lines
  • Tapered Lines

Canvas Size:

  • 3500 x 3500 pixels

Skills Learned:

  • Basic Character Sketching: Learn to sketch simple, appealing characters using fundamental shapes. This tutorial shows you how to break down a character into basic circles and leaf shapes, creating a foundation for more detailed work
  • Line Art Techniques: Develop your skills in creating smooth, clean line art
  • Color Application and Clipping Masks: Gain proficiency in applying flat colors and using clipping masks for adding shadows and highlights
  • Adding Final Details and Background Design: Learn to add finishing touches, including shadows under characters and engaging background elements
Food

Realistic Apple

Ready to create a stunningly realistic apple with water droplets in Procreate? I will guide you through all the steps. And believe me, it’s pretty easy actually!

Brushes used:

  • Basic Flo Brush
  • Monoline Brush
  • Soft Brush
  • Hatchy Brush
  • Barky Brush
  • Dark Shader
  • Basic Sketcher
  • Lighten Line Brush
  • Scratchy Mixer

Canvas Size:

  • 3000 x 4000 pixels

Skills Learned:

  • Creating Basic Shapes and Textures: Learn to draw a perfect circle for the apple base, using the monoline brush and liquify tool for shaping. Add depth with shadowing techniques and Gaussian blur for a realistic edge
  • Texture Detailing: Master the art of adding texture using various brushes, including Hatchy and Barky brushes, to give your apple a realistic feel
  • Highlight and Shadow Play: Enhance realism by strategically adding highlights and shadows. Understand how to use different brushes to create subtle light effects and deepen the color intensity
  • Water Droplets: The highlight of this tutorial is learning to draw, shade, and highlight water droplets, making them look incredibly realistic
Food

Watercolor Cake

Let’s have some fun with watercolors again! During this tutorial we will create this strawberry cake together. I have attached the color palette and a small brush pack with all the brushes we’ll use.

Brushes used:

  • Watercolor Sketcher
  • Round Watery Brush
  • Layering Brush
  • Wet Mixer Brush
  • Small Detail Brush

Canvas Size:

  • 3500 x 3500 pixels

Skills Learned:

  • Layering Techniques: Understanding how to strategically use multiple layers and layer masks to build up the watercolor effect, enhancing the realism of the cake and its toppings
  • Brush Control: Mastering the opacity and size adjustments of different brushes to create a variety of textures
  • Color Blending: Learning to blend colors directly on the canvas by carefully controlling the pressure and movement of the pen without lifting it too often
  • Detailing with Layer Masks: Utilizing layer masks to add highlights and refine edges, giving the illustration depth and dimension while maintaining a cohesive watercolor look
Food

Kawaii Food

Craft your own Kawaii food doodle in Procreate with this beginner-friendly tutorial. From simple shapes to expressive faces, shading, and highlights, you’ll end with a piece you’re proud to share!

Brushes used:

  • Monoline Brush
  • Dark Noise Brush
  • Fineliner Brush
  • Round Chalk Brush

Canvas Size:

  • 2500 x 2500 pixels

Skills Learned:

  • Creating Simple Shapes: Learn to start with basic shapes to form the foundation of your Kawaii doodle
  • Adding Cute Faces: Discover how to bring your doodles to life with simple yet expressive faces, adding character and charm
  • Utilizing Symmetry and Reference Layers: Master the use of Procreate’s Symmetry tool and reference layers for efficient and precise doodling
  • Applying Shading and Highlights: Gain insight into using multiply layers for shading and screen layers for highlights, adding depth and dimension
Food

Pumpkin Pie

In this fun Procreate tutorial, I will walk you through the process of creating a mobile game icon-style illustration of a pumpkin pie. This style is noted for its simplified shapes, bright and saturated colors, and appealing rounded edges, which make the icons recognizable even at small sizes, typical of mobile game interfaces.

Brushes used:

  • Flotastic Sketcher
  • Smooth Lines Brush
  • Round Chalk Brush
  • Medium Brush.
  • Flo Darka Brush
  • Flo Lighta Brush

Canvas Size:

  • 3500 x 3500 pixels

Skills Learned:

  • Sketching and refining: The tutorial begins with sketching the basic shape of a pumpkin pie slice, emphasizing the importance of capturing the essence of the subject with simple lines
  • Layering and base coloring: You learn to create separate layers for different elements of the pie, using clipping masks for efficient coloring
  • Adding details and textures: Using the round chalk brush to add air holes introduces texture, making the pie look fluffy and more realistic
  • Shading for volume: The tutorial covers the application of shadows and highlights to give the illustration depth and volume