84 FLASH STAMPS + 2 TEMPLATES Featuring Chrysanthemum heads, leaves, bulbs, and complete flash designs for Procreate on the iPad
Designed by Wes Holland (@weshollandtattoo).
2 Chrysanthemum design templates
25 Flower heads
15 Single leaves
10 Leaf clusters
4 Stems + mums
10 Complete flash designs with Chrysanthemums and other popular Japanese tattoo subjects like a Daruma, Hannya, Kitsune, Clouds, Waves, and more
Since the beginning of his tattoo career, Wes Holland has been interested in the imagery and designs of traditional Japanese and neo-Japanese tattoos. Inspired by botanical studies, illustrative art and tattoos, and real-life kiku, Wes created this flash set of 84 chrysanthemum designs and 2 templates.The range and versatility of this set will suit nearly any tattoo scenario. You can start with the foundational components like individual bulbs and leaves, or use one of the more complete flash stamps for quick drafting. Several mum flower shapes are featured in this set, including incurved, spider, and quill, with rounded, pointed, and variations of curved petals.Learning to draw chrysanthemums is notoriously difficult and Wes considered this skill when creating the set. Use one of the two value-based templates to create your chrysanthemum, progressively arranging your petals with the correct depth, sequencing, and scale. By using the template, you can fit your chrysanthemum into any part of a composition and draw the petal shape that best suits the design.Wes also made 10 complete flash designs for the set to give you designs to use immediately and to inspire your own work. This flash features some of the most popular pairings with chrysanthemums in Japanese tattoos like a Draruma, Hannya, Kitsune, Clouds, Waves, and more.Like all Tattoo Smart flash stamp sets, these chrysanthemums for Procreate are designed to compliment the workflow of any artist and be useful for projects of all sizes. Check out the set and get started designing today!Tattoo Smart gives you the digital flash tools to speed up the process of conceptualizing and rendering time-consuming elements, allowing you to spend more time focusing on the composition of your tattoo design.