Candy Shoppe Color Palette. Grab this free color palette to use with my Rainbow Drop Shadow Procreate Tutorial!
CANDY SHOPPE Color Palette
I used this color palette in the “Yay!” lettering artwork I posted on Instagram not long ago.
The “Yay!” Rainbow Drop Shadow Procreate Tutorial is up on the blog today as well.
After you download the color palette, head over to follow along with the tutorial!
RAINBOW DROP SHADOW Artwork Details
- I created this lettering primarily using two of my Procreate Brush Sets:
- As mentioned, you can follow along with the video tutorial in this post for more specifics on how to re-create this style!
Using the COLOR SHOPPE Color Palette
- Right-click or screenshot the photos in the blog post to save the color palette.
- Learn How to set up Custom Color Palettes in Procreate here. Procreate can auto-create color palettes not, but I prefer the control of doing it this way still.
- Use the color palette in design programs such as Photoshop and Illustrator.
- Match your physical art supplies (markers, color pencils, watercolors, etc.) to the palette and work the old school way!
Insta-Inspo + Procreate Tips
- On my Instagram, many of my posts include a “Swipe to watch the process video,” which shows you how I take things from a sketch to a final piece.
- You can check out my iPad Lettering in Procreate tips over on this page on the blog. I used many of the tutorials I’ve shared on that page in many of my lettering pieces.
- I create my lettering with a wide variety of my Procreate Brushes + Stamps. For creating layouts, I also love to use grid stamps from the Lettering + Grid Builder Bundle. All are available over in my Lettering Shop.
- Noteworthy: Copying for practice is okay, but it’s best to create something original. If you’re posting your work on social media, it’s always nice to give inspiration credit as needed (and it’s ALWAYS needed if you copy something exactly or re-post someone else’s work!) Credit should always be given in the main caption of your post. Simply tagging someone isn’t the proper way to give credit per general etiquette rules. 🙂
Have fun creating with the Daffodil Garden Color Palette!