YOU Can Draw This LANDSCAPE in PROCREATE | easy landscape drawing tutorial with free brushes

You Can Draw This!
In this Procreate drawing tutorial for beginners I will walk you through the steps of drawing a starry night scene in Procreate. Anyone can draw this landscape using the free Procreate brushes that are already in the app!

Get the color palette that I used in this drawing tutorial:

In this easy landscape drawing tutorial you will be learning by doing! I will show you different techniques you can use in Procreate, like using the Gaussian blur, Layer Clipping masks, Layer blending modes and more! Be sure to share your results! Maybe next time you will see your artwork in a ‘You Can Draw This’ video tutorial!

I work with a (pretty old) iPad Pro 12.9 inch 128GB from 2017. You can find a newer version through this link:
I also use an Apple Pencil ( older iPads work with the 1st generation pencil I’m using here. For the newer models you’ll need the 2nd generation Apple Pencil:
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★★★Copyright notice: My tutorials are meant for practice purposes, feel free to share your results on social media and tag me. You are not allowed to use direct copies of my artwork for commercial purposes, like selling prints. You should create your own original artworks. Of course you can use my tutorials as a base/start though.★★★

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 planet, a diamond, an iris, a bubble, a snowy landscape, a tropical scene 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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Thanks so much for watching! See you next time ❤

– Flo –

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Art with Flo is all about having fun making digital art! It doesn’t matter if you just got started making digital art or if you already have a bit more experience. I make Procreate video tutorials that are easy to follow and I will guide you through all the steps. You will be learning while doing! I’m sure we’ll have a lot of fun together.
Find art inspiration everywhere around you and get motivated to draw! Anyone can learn how to draw, as long as you stay focused, be patient and practice a lot. Oh.. and watch the Art with Flo tutorial videos of course!

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23 Comments to “YOU Can Draw This LANDSCAPE in PROCREATE | easy landscape drawing tutorial with free brushes”

  1. Because of you, I really can do that! Hehehe thanks for the best tutorial, I can able to do and uploads my I can do this version in my channel.. Love your tutorials… Of course I can but your the best!! Thumbs up!!

  2. Wow. Such an amazing drawing. I have done some of your other ones but I didn't think I could do this one. And it turned out amazing!! Thank you for putting my Ipad and Apple Pencil to use, and I will probably be watching one of your other tutorials soon. Thank you!! You are amazing, and thanks again!

  3. Thank you SO much for all these tutorials. They have really helped me. Where do I go for the physical height and width? I don't see it on the "new canvas" page – only the pixel width and height is on that on that page?


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