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HOW TO PAINT an iris in PROCREATE using FREE BRUSHES only


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Using Free Brushes in Procreate to draw an iris In this video I will be drawing an iris in Procreate using free brushes only, for example; I'll be using a soft airbrush and Acrylic brushes in Procreate. If you have Procreate you can follow along this digital art tutorial. We will be painting an iris step by step.

I'll be using some of the best free Procreate brushes, the painting brushes that are the default brushes in Procreate. Even though I always prefer my custom Procreate brushes, you CAN make a painting with the standard Procreate brushes. If you tweak the standard brushes a bit, you can make the default Procreate brushes even better.

Have fun drawing an iris in Procreate!




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