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You Can Draw This BUTTERFLY in PROCREATE | how to draw an easy beautiful butterfly step by step


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You Can Draw This! Anyone can draw this butterfly following this Procreate drawing tutorial for beginners. I will walk you through the steps of drawing a butterfly in Procreate. You can draw this butterfly using the free Procreate brushes that are already in the app! I'll guide you through all the steps in this how to draw a butterfly tutorial and remember, if things are going too fast, just pause the video and take your time.

n this digital art tutorial you will be learning by doing! I will show you different techniques you can use in Procreate, like the symmetry tool, alpha lock, layer masks and more! Be sure to share your results! Maybe next time you will see your artwork in a 'You Can Draw This' video tutorial!

Be sure to check out my other Procreate easy drawing tutorials as well. In those real time drawing tutorials you will draw things like a foil balloon, an iris, a snowy landscape, a tropical scene, an owl and more using the free brushes that come with Procreate:

You want to see more beginner tutorials for Procreate? Let me know in the comments and leave a thumbs up so I will know that you like it. I'd be happy to make more step by step drawing tutorials!




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