How to Blend On Procreate
How to blend on Procreate is one of the most important and helpful videos I have seen on the web today. This is the video that has changed many a woman’s reproductive-rights journey. It discusses how to use an anatomy chart to help pinpoint where the spots on your abdomen are located so you can use these points when trying to get pregnant. It also explains how to use fertility symbols to aid in the process of pinpointing these spots.
If you want to know how to blend on Procreate, it’s pretty simple. The video starts with the basics and then goes into how to create a digital art masterpiece of sorts by using the anatomy chart and the Smudge tool. The body part being discussed is the ovary, and what is revealed is how to use the digital art tool to go around and get all the spots you want on your ovary. If you really think about it, you will be able to blend on Procreate just as easily without using any symbols at all. Just make sure to use the proper mapping software.
Once you have your graphics loaded up in the software, you need to select which ones you wish to blend with the Procreate canvas. Select” Brushes” from the toolbar on the left-hand side of the screen and click on the “New” button. In the new window, click on the “PNG Brushes” tab. Here you will see all the possible brushes you can select from, and what kinds of color settings those brushes offer.
One important note about using the brushes in this video: please kindly use caution when doing so. When selecting the appropriate size and color settings for the canvas, do so with extreme caution. Also, please kindly take care not to make your artwork look too busy. Please try to get the most out of the crisp quality of the images you produce with your computer program, but please always keep that quality in mind. A good rule of thumb: the softer the brush the better it will appear.
If you would like to know how to blend on Procreate with no smudge tools, you may use one of two special effects I have found online. The first of these techniques requires that you have the blender’s alpha lock feature enabled. The alpha-lock feature will prevent you from accidentally altering or destroying parts of an image with your brushes. Using the alpha-lock feature while you are in the middle of blending will ensure that everything is well blended. However, if you would like to remove any smudges, or adjust the level of light or darkening in any image, you can simply click on the “edit” icon at the bottom right corner of the screen. Again, please use extreme caution while doing so.
The second technique involves selecting a smaller version of the image you would like to use as the background for the mask. Then, find and select the mask tool in the graphic editing program. You will notice that the size of the mask you have drawn is composed of a series of squares that begin at (blank), move to (white), continue going down (sepia) until you reach (black). Simply use the mouse to make minor changes to the squares while holding down the “alt” button on your keyboard to erase any unwanted squares or lines.