Learn how to draw conversation hearts in Procreate. These conversation hearts are super easy to draw and are perfect practice for anyone who is new to illustrating in Procreate.
I use Procreate a ton for hand lettering but there is so so much more that you can do with the app. Lately, I’ve been wanting to incorporate illustrations into my lettering pieces so I’m starting with the basics because that is always the best place to start. Since it’s February, I chose candy hearts and today I’m going to show you how to draw conversation hearts in Procreate.
These instructions are assuming that you already know how to use Procreate so if you don’t, you’ll want to check out this intro to Procreate post first. I have a video tutorial at the end of this post if you learn better via video.
SUPPLIES YOU’LL NEED
- iPad Pro 12.9″
- Apple Pencil
- Procreate app
- Valentine Stamp Brushes
HOW TO DRAW CONVERSATION HEARTS IN PROCREATE
- Create a new square canvas and draw a heart.
- Duplicate the heart layer, fill it with a darker purple and move it down.
- Add some shading to the right side of the dark purple heart
- Add bright pink text to the heart
- Duplicate the text layer, rasterize it, and fill it will black. Move it to the right and reduce to opacity.
- Repeat the process for the two other hearts and position them as shown below
- Add depth by creating shadows using motion blur and the soft airbrush.
- Add confetti hearts to the background using my Valentine Stamps and reduce the opacity of the stamps.
CONVERSATION HEARTS IN PROCREATE VIDEO
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- How to Create Color Palettes in Procreate
- Two Ways to Overlay Lettering onto Photos using Procreate
- How to Draw 70s Style Lettering in Procreate
- How to Create SVG Files using Procreate
- How to Draw 3D Lettering in Procreate
- How to Create Blended Backgrounds in Procreate
- How to Install Brushes into Procreate
- How to Create Rainbow Lettering in Procreate
- How to Create Watercolor Brush Lettering in Procreate
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