Procreate Fundamentals: Beginner to Advanced

Learn The Fundamentals of Procreate

Procreate is an illustration, sketching, and painting app made exclusively for iPad.

What you’ll learn

  • Learn fundamentals of Procreate.
  • Learn the interface and Procreate tools.
  • How to recolor and adjust your artwork with effects,.
  • How to create custom brushes.
  • Transparency and blend modes.
  • Work with shapes and guides.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 1 lecture • 2min.
  • Tools –> 10 lectures • 39min.
  • Image and Color Adjustments –> 2 lectures • 8min.
  • Export and Share –> 2 lectures • 7min.
  • Procreate Advanced –> 2 lectures • 12min.
  • Conclusion –> 1 lecture • 1min.

Procreate Fundamentals: Beginner to Advanced

Requirements

  • No previous drawing experience is needed.

Procreate is an illustration, sketching, and painting app made exclusively for iPad.

In this course you will learn the fundamentals of Procreate. We’ll start the course off with exploring the Procreate interface.

We’ll then get into how to create custom brushes in the Brush Studio. Also learn to maximize your creativity and flexibility with layers, experiment with transparency and blend modes, and work with shapes and guides.

We also explain how to recolor and adjust your artwork with effects, and export it from Procreate for sharing. Plus, get tips on animating illustrations and so much more!

Procreate combines the tactile feel of traditional art – recreating tools such as pens, paint and pencils – with all the benefits of digital – from quick deletion to instant sharing. Offering hundreds of resources at your fingertips and unparalleled usability, it’s easy to see why it’s become a go-to creative tool.

Procreate is $9.99 to download. There’s no subscription or renewal fee. You pay for the app once and that’s it. It’s totally worth it though. Once you get a grip on everything that Procreate can do, you’ll open your art skills up to a whole new world of possibilities.

Procreate is used by professional artists and illustrators, especially freelancers and those who have more creative control over their work. Photoshop is still the industry standard for many companies looking to hire artists, but Procreate is increasingly being used in professional settings.

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