It can be very tricky for women as they approach their monthlies, wondering how to learn how to blend on Procreate. You may have already figured out that you have an egg scheduled for conception, but you also may not know how to tell when it’s about to happen. There is a lot that you need to know to help make this happen, and blending your period is just one small aspect of those details. One of the things that you need to learn is how to properly express yourself through your period, if you don’t already do so. Learning how to express yourself is important in order to have a fulfilling, enjoyable pregnancy.
The reproductive organ being discussed here is the vagina, and what’s revealed here is how to utilize the powerful visual art tool called Photoshop to go around and access all the places you need on your vagina to blend in perfectly. You might think that blending colours… and other elements of your life on Photoshop would be a little tricky… but you’re absolutely wrong! As long as you know how to use these tools, there isn’t any reason that you can’t get the results you want and need from your Procreate images. As long as you use the correct settings, there really is no reason that these creations can’t look exactly like they did on your monitor screen.
The first thing you need to do when learning how to blend on Procreate is to open up the Photoshop program. Once you’ve done so, you should notice that there is a new option on the main menu called “pex”. This is a quick drop-down menu located at the bottom right corner of the screen. Select it and you will find several different options that are related to your colour palette.
One of these options is called the “pex Smudge Tool”, which allows you to drag and drop different objects and effects around on your chosen background image. With the px values set to their equivalent pixels on your monitor’s desktop, Photoshop should pick out your smudge tool automatically. Using the appropriate icon on the screen, select the smudge tool and drag around all of the items on your chosen background, allowing them to overlap one another.
You can choose between various kinds of brush shapes and sizes with the px values corresponding directly to the size and width of the brush. Now let’s take a look at how to blend on Procreate with these two new brushes. Click the” Brushes” icon in the toolbar and click “New” before selecting “Brushes”. There are actually several ways that you can do this, but please kindly remember that you can only change one at a time with these brushes.
The final step is to create an interesting effect with the blending of your smudges and your alpha lock. Click on the “Alpha Transparency” icon, then click the “New” button. A new pull down menu will appear where you should choose “Blend”. Click on the appropriate tick mark and drag over your image, dragging any of the shapes you created with the px brushes. Keep dragging and changing shapes until you are happy with your new blend.