"Painterly" Oil and Acrylic Brushes for Procreate - Complete Walkthrough and Brush Demos

"Painterly" Oil and Acrylic Brushes for Procreate - Complete Walkthrough and Brush Demos

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hey guys it's elena and i'm so excited today that  i can introduce you to my brand new set of brushes   for procreate and it's called painterly i've  chosen this term because this this brush set is   full of brushes that basically have visible  visible brush strokes in them and it's all   about the texture and the color so i'm really  excited to dive right in this brush this video   is for anyone who has bought the brush set um  anyone who is interested in just browsing to find   out what's in the brush set as well so i will go  ahead and start by showing you how to load brushes   and procreate and i do have a much more detailed  video about this that i will link to up in the top   right corner if you need more help with that but  just briefly once you have downloaded the files   from wherever you have bought them  from creative market gumroad etsy etc   they will be on your icloud drive downloads and  if you've downloaded from dropbox which will be  
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those of you who have bought from etsy it  could go into the on my ipad folder as well   but generally it will go into your icloud drive  downloads folder and you'll see that it's a zip   file and now that ios 13 and 14 they support zip  files we don't need any of the third-party apps   anymore so if your zip file is opening up in a  third-party app you just want to go ahead and   delete that app because you don't need it anymore  and it could cause a lot of errors so you want to   just do this within the files app and the zip  file here you just tap on it and then it gets   unzipped so then tap on that folder and you'll  see that within this folder there are two   brush set files there's the canvas and texture  and the painterly brush set and then all the rest   of these are swatches and i've i've got a lot  of swatches included that are based on classic   painters like monet and renoir and van gogh and to  open these in procreate you should just be able to  
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tap them and get that little import button and  then the swatches will go into your palettes   and then you you just scroll  down and they should be at the   they should be at the bottom actually  they'll go straight to the bottom   so when you load brushes they go to the top  when you go load swatches they go to the bottom   so anyway that's how to load the  swatches this is the one i just loaded   so i'm going to go back to my files and show you  how to load the brush set i'll just go ahead and   tap on the painterly you might get a little bit  of a waiting thing there especially if you have   a slower older ipad but just give it time and it  should load and then just scroll down on the brush   list and then it should be there at the top and  i've actually got two because i already had this   loaded so i'm gonna go and delete that okay so the  two different brush sets included are the canvas   and texture and the painterly and the canvas and  texture is just it's not ones that you paint with   these are pattern brushes so that's why i've  separated them to make it a bit more clear   and easy to get to the brushes that you want  within the other set so what you do with the  
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canvas we've just got a couple different varieties  of canvas i really like the clay board and that's   actually what i really like that one it's got a  really nice texture but then we've also got some some different kinds of canvas this is the linen  canvas so the way that you would apply this   is that you apply it on a new layer and most  people make this layer above everything in their   their procreate document in this one i've actually  made the canvas layer in between some some of the   painting is down here some of it's up here um i'll  actually show you why here and turn that one off   okay so so this one has got for instance right  here you can see the canvas is over top and right   here it's the painting that's over top so it's  kind of up to you if you want your your brush   strokes to just really stand out on top of the  canvas or if you want them to sort of have the   canvas marks on it already so that's completely  up to you but i'll show you how to apply a canvas  
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okay so i've got this new layer that i've made  and tapping on the n you can go up and change the   blend mode to multiply and you can also change the  opacity but we'll look at that in just a minute   after i put the canvas texture on and actually  let me just yep those are turned off okay so we   have no canvas texture right now so i'm gonna  go ahead and show you the standard canvas and   just so you know i do have a large version of most  of these and this is just depending on what size   your document is so if you're making a really big  you know 16 by 20 inch piece of artwork that is   going to print out at that size you'll want to use  large but for for smaller pieces like this one is   3000 by 2000 by 2000 pixels just standard is  fine so i'm going to choose the standard canvas   i have black selected in my color palette very  important if you choose like a white then nothing  
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at all shows up really so double tap here for  black and then just cover that whole screen and   i've got this turned all the way up and so you  can see i've got this nice canvas texture in here   and you might want to leave it like that or if  that's a bit too harsh you can go and tap the   m here change the opacity so that it's not quite  as visible so you can see that's barely there so   that is the canvas texture and below all of  these different canvas textures i've got some   rather special ones i've got primed canvas one  and two and then i've got add stroke texture   and then a large version of that and then add  swirl texture and these primed canvas ones are   i'll show you what they look like here  i want to go ahead and clear that one   and i'll go ahead and put this in here  just so you can see what it looks like   okay so this puts in a texture that looks  like it's sort of been painted on already  
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and and i call it primed canvas because it's  like if you have spread the canvas with gesso or   made it ready with some texture and there's two  different versions of that i can show you another   piece that i've made to show you how it looks on  a piece so here's where i've put one of my primed   canvas textures on here and you can see that it's  got a little bit of canvas texture to it it's also   just looks kind of like gloopy paint this is how  it looks without it and that's how it looks with   okay and so that's the primed canvas and then  i'll show you actually the other ones on this   piece here um so you can see this flower here has  got some nice texture to it and i've added that   let me go ahead and turn it off so that's how  it looks without and i've added that texture   with the add swirl texture down here so i'll just  show you how i did that and just make a new layer multiply and i've got black chosen and oops make  the brush kind of small so i can control it a bit  
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more you can just add a bit of texture on here if  you want it to look particularly textured you can   do this with any specific areas on your canvas  where you want to have a bit more of a focus or   you just want to have a bit more texture and i  think for me that looks a bit harsh so just like   with the canvas layers you can tap this m and then  take the opacity down until you're happy with how   it looks so that just gives this a bit of extra  texture however the brushes do have quite a lot   of texture built in so let's go ahead and move on  to the brushes so that was the canvas and texture   and now we're moving on to the painterly brush set  and i'll go ahead and turn off these other layers   and make a new layer so that we can sort of  experiment with these so the first five brushes   are the impressionist brushes and these have a  natural color changing ability to them if you're   familiar with my my alcohol ink brushes then you  will be familiar with this concept but basically  
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what you can do with these they have a lot of  color built into them like there's a natural   variation when you just make a stroke with them  you can see that there's a color variation here   but you can also do a secondary color so i've got  a blue and a red chosen and in order to choose   a different secondary color you can just go i'm  going to go ahead and choose this here this is my   van gogh flowers and these are all based on actual  paintings by the way actual classic paintings okay   so let's try it with this gold golden color here  and a blue so you can you can just choose your   different colors by tapping here and then tapping  a color okay so what you can do with the secondary   color on all of the impressionist brushes is if  you are if you have your pen just in the normal   way then the the primary color comes out but if  you tilt it then the secondary color comes out so let me just show you  with a red and a darker blue you can have a lot of fun with this if you  want to have a really impressionist looking
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painting and the tilt a lot of people have  asked me about this and what it means by   tilt is basically if you have your pen  like this or like this this is just   the primary color that comes out but  if you really really tilt it so it's   nearly parallel with the screen that's  when the secondary color comes out okay so that was impressed  that was master impressionist   and swirly impressionist is very similar  it has a texture in built into it like that   and choppy strokes is a little bit different  because these two have sort of uh blurry edges   so that you can blend them with other brushes  fairly easily the choppy strokes looks better i   feel when it's clean so it's just got these nice  these nice oil sort of strokes to them and that   one has some clean some clean edges instead but  you can still do the tilt thing with this as well so and after that we've got impressionist  multi-stroke one and two and these ones are  
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they come out with different colors   quite a lot of different colors already built  in and you can still do the tilt thing as well and these are really good for you can do them  big and it just looks like you have a lot of   nice paint strokes on there or you can do  them small and really use them for like a   an accent or something that just looks looks very  impressionist and you can you can get the blending   brushes i'll go into that in a minute but you  can use the blend this the smudge tool with any   of the brushes and then just have a lot of fun  sort of mixing these colors in with each other   i'll show you that in a minute but just to show  you a little bit of how you can use these brushes   you can see up close on this piece here i've used  the multi-stroke impressionist brushes quite a   lot here just to add some little areas and they  don't really look from from a distance it's just   like with impressionism from a distance it doesn't  really look like individual strokes and colors but   when you get up close it is so that's why i've  called it impressionist multi-stroke so there's  
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there's two of those and actually number two is my  favorite i think but they both work the same way   and then i've also got one called soft  impressionist which is just blending in   the colors blend in a little more with each other  they don't have such defined um boundaries okay   so that's the impressionist brushes moving on from  that we have the oil brushes so there are there   are five of these as well and the thick flat  oil and the thick round oil are very similar   but they're just one of them is flat and one  of them is round and let me just actually tell   you about the terminology that i'm using in the  rest of these brushes so when i say thick i mean   something that is really 3d like really fat paint  um and then when i say soft what i mean by that   is that it blends with other colors and it's not  going to have edges that stand out so i'll show   you what i mean in a minute but basically this  is how the the flat oil works it um it doesn't  
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really blend you can put it over top of other of  other strokes and it will still be defined as its   own stroke it can sometimes have some fun little  colors on the edges and look sort of wet and oily   and the round brush is just the same in fact  the round brush is really probably my favorite   brush in this entire set basically i  just really love how it looks it's very   you know streaky and 3d to me and a lot of fun  those are the the uh the flat and round oil   the soft oil is not as 3d but it's great for  mixing so i'll just show you how the mixing   works here it's really nice for just if you  lay down some texture with with these ones for   instance then you can you can have some fun with  the soft oil mixing along the edges a little bit and the same thing with the dry oil it's just  a bit streakier even streakier than soft oil
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so you can have a lot of fat fun with these ones  these are really good for blending effects okay so those are the oil brushes and i'm just  really happy with these brushes honestly   um they they are probably my favorites in this  whole set so go ahead and have a look and see what   you think and so after the oil brushes we have  the acrylic brushes and let me just pick a color   okay so this is just the same very similar to the  thick flat oil and thick round oil we've got thick   flat acrylic thick round acrylic and these also  are 3d meant to be streaky poofy looking fat paint and they work very similar  they have defined edges you can   you can put different colors over top  of each other and they will not blend and it works the same way with the   round acrylic except it just has a lot  more variation of size and rounded edges
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so the soft round acrylic is   similar but it's softer it doesn't have a 3d  quality to it and it's really good for blending and it still has some streakiness to  it the soft flat acrylic the same thing   some streakiness not as 3d great for blending  and so that leads us to the gesso i've named   these two brushes gesso because they are a bit  creamier and a bit chalkier looking than the   rest of of these brushes and so that's that's what  gesso is it's a lot more textured so let me just   pick a color i've got a round version and you can  see how creamy that is these are really good for   for smudging with but i'll show you that  in just a minute and there's the flat very similar i really love these  ones as well that's really big so then after that we've got the detail brush and  the super dry and for specifically i haven't  
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said oil or acrylic because these could really  work with either and honestly you could mix   just because these say oil and they say acrylic  you can mix them with each other there's no rule   against that so be sure and experiment with that  and and just see what works best for your process   but the detail brush is just more about making  details so if you have to you know draw something   really small and detailed but you still want it  to look like paint that's what this brush is for and then the super dry is just kind of a fun one  really dry looking paint that comes out of this okay and now comes the palette knives so the palette knives we've got all the way down  to here we've got a couple uh several different   varieties and um it's not as much about the shape  it's more about the quality of each one that's why   i have so many different varieties so this first  one called a palette knife it is just a very basic  
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laying down of solid 3d looking  color so you can see it's got   it's really good with these like short  strokes like this laying down different colors and it's solid it doesn't blend it's  just good for laying down color like this   and the soft palette knife is similar but it  does blend so you can see that it picks up color   from where it starts off and it blends it  outward so this one is really fun if you   just want to have a lot of color blending going on  and you don't want to change your color that much   so it's gotten quite a bit muddy there  actually but um you know if you want   to have some color blending in specific areas  that's the one to do the streaky palette knife   is similar but it's streaky and the same  thing with the soft streaky palette knife it has more blending it's picking  up color from where it starts out  
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got a lot of different colors going on  within this the same stroke and then the   so the soft pointed palette palette knife  is very similar but it's more blendy so anyway you can have a lot of fun with those  just experiment and see what you like about them   but the last two on this list are the metallic  paint and metallic strokes and if you're familiar   with my other brush sets you'll know that the  the rest of these are great all in the same layer   they blend with each other they interact with  each other you want to keep if you want them to   interact with each other just keep them all  on the same layer but the metallics do need   their own new layer because they will interact  strangely with what's on the layer already if you   put them on the same layer so this is a nice  empty layer right now so i'll just show you   how this looks this is my metallic paint it's  fairly similar to one of the brushes in my gold  
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rush set but it's just a bit more streaky and  if you want a really really nice solid gold   you can go to the renoir river and choose  the second to the last golden color over here   and then you've got a really nice gold  coming out and the metallic strokes is   just some fun stroke paint stroke texture i'll  actually put this back on so i can show you this   is here over in the corner so you can have kind  of a fun some fun painty effects with this brush so um something that i wanted to cover as  well is that you can use the smudge tool   with most of these brushes particularly the  acrylics and the palette knives and the gesso   so not so much the oil it looks a little bit  funny some of it because it has some special   blend modes in it um but you can to use it all you  need to do is just go to the smudge tool instead  
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of the brush tool tap that and then make sure that  you're on the right brush set right here and then   you can just choose a brush and smudge with that  brush and so what that means is that you you just   move around whatever's on the layer that you're  working on rather than putting anything new on   the layer and if you're familiar with my alcohol  ink brush set i've actually made some specific   blending brushes that go with that set i have not  done that in this set because they work great with   the smudge tool so i'll just show you one of  my favorites with the smudge tool is the flat   gesso and i'm just going to go to one of  my art layers and just kind of show you   how it works you can have a lot of fun with this  brush and just drag all the colors so it's a   really fun way to have these streaks come out in  different colors depending on where you start with   you can have a lot of different colors in  that streak if you're using the smudge tool and that was the flat gesso you can also  do this it looks really great with the  
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acrylic the flat acrylic the round  acrylic oops that was really big and come out really fun get some nice nice  juicy brush strokes out of that as well   so this one is a lot of fun it's it's it's really  fun to just sort of mix around you can see i've   done a lot of mixing here with this and this is  really where that impressionist multicolored look   can come through so one more thing i wanted  to show you is that you can actually create   a drop shadow if you want to on some of  these brushes so specifically the oops the um   the thick acrylic or the palette knives i don't  think it really looks good on any of the rest   of it and it's not really necessary because  i have built-in shadows on these brushes you   can see the darkened edge so these are all  meant to look like they have shadows already   and to already have that dimensional quality to  them but if you wanted to go ahead and put an  
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extra shadow on it so for instance let's say this  this part right here we want that to have a bit of   extra shadow duplicate that layer and then go to  the one below it tap it again and tap alpha lock   and then you need to have black selected over  here but go ahead and if as long as you have   black selected go ahead and tap it again and  then tap fill layer so now basically you have a   black version of what was above here right below  it and then you can zoom out press your arrow   here and then tap probably about two taps on the  on the side whichever side you want the shadow so   i'm just gonna go like that two taps and then if  you zoom in you can see there is a very very faint   shadow behind behind these these brush strokes and  this is kind of similar to what you will get on   artrage for instance and i don't think it's  really necessary but if you want it to really   stand out then this is what you can do so i'm  just going to go ahead and delete that again  
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so that was my painterly brush set and i hope  that you enjoy it and be sure let me know if   you have any questions or any suggestions for  tutorials you want to see with this brush set   i would be very happy to do that i know i  have a lot of sort of classical painting   tutorials planned like i would love to do a van  gogh version of the starry night something like   that inspired by that um let me know if you have  any ideas or you have any requests and i would   love to hear from you but i hope you like it and i  hope that this was helpful thank you for watching

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