If you are one of the many mothers out there who is looking for information on how to blend on Procreate, then you have come to the right place. Here, I will share with you a few tips that I have been using to produce great baby boy skin every time. First of all, it is important that you learn how to use the smoothie tool inside the mixer to get the exact results that you want. There are actually four different tools inside the mixer – two for mixing, and one for wiping down the outer edge of the sponge. By learning how to use these four tools correctly, you will be able to create great looking boy t-shirts within a matter of minutes!
The easiest way to create your unique blend is to use the built-in smudging tool, which does all of the hard work for you. For now, lets discuss simple blending basics to aid make blending much easier. To blend the digital art, first select the blue channel on the left-hand side panel. Click on this little button to open up a new page in the mixer, and then select blend mode. Set the blending mode to anywhere between subtle to dramatic, depending on how you would like to achieve your final design.
Next, click on the little black arrow on the right-hand side of the mixer, which points to the blending brush. Select the big black brush on the left-hand side of the mixer, to access the blending brushes. Experiment with different size brushes to create different thicknesses of lines.
Now we are going to use our blend analogous colors tool to edit the digital art. To do this, click anywhere inside the clip mask image, then double-click the color you want to add. A pop-up window will appear with three selections – light gray, medium gray, and dark gray. Use the color picker to choose a color. Once you have done so, a clipping mask will appear where you can begin to edit your image.
To edit your image further, click inside the clipping mask to reveal the alpha mask. Again, double-click the color you are using, and select the alpha option from the clipping mask options. You will see that the color you had applied has now been replaced by your blended color. Notice how easily you can modify your image with the alpha mask tool.
That’s all there is to this how to blend on Procreate tip. With such an easy process, you will be able to make blending between digital art brushes so much easier! If you need more help, try browsing for digital art tutorials on YouTube or Google.