Painting with Procreate

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PAINTING WITH PROCREATE


Painting with Procreate Live Lesson Series

This lesson series includes:
2 HD videos • 2 hours of instruction


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DESCRIPTION:

Join us as we take a look at the drawing and painting app "Procreate" on the iPad Pro. Using the Apple Pencil, we develop a painting of an apple using one of the brushes available in the app along with the smudge tool.

MATERIALS FOR THIS SERIES:

  • iPad Pro
  • Apple Pencil
  • Procreate App


Comments

Painting with Procreate — 13 Comments

  1. Hi Andy,

    Thanks for your comment. One of the goals of the website is to share a variety of different art making mediums. Obviously, not all of the mediums that we cover or subjects will appeal to everyone. But this doesn’t mean that they should be ignored. Just because this lesson series is not for you, doesn’t mean that others will not benefit from it. There are materials required for every medium that we cover. Some of the materials are more expensive than others. Any art making endeavor requires some investment in materials and surfaces. If digital art is not something that you are not personally interested in or if the expense is too much for you, then that is understandable. However, others are interested and many have requested a series such as this.

    • Hi Jonathan,

      Thanks for your question. You can screen record iOS devices on an Apple computer by plugging them in and by running a “Movie Recording” using Quicktime. You may have to click on the small arrow next to record button to choose the iOS device plugged in. You also have to have iTunes open but minimized. You can record using Quicktime directly or you can use any broadcasting software to capture that specific window to broadcast.

      • Thank you for the personal reply Matt. My life time goal is to build a seriously financially significant art business. The description you’ve given above is to help share my creative process, not compete with your service. I am so glad I found your website via google search and will always refer people to you to learn the fundamentals of art. Thanks again!

  2. Thanks for doing ProCreate Tutorial. I do this as a hobby and take my iPad pro while travelling to keep me busy. I would love to see some portrait drawing on Procreate in future. When you use the smudge brush, it is the same smudge brush that you used for drawing ?

  3. I was quite excited for this Live Lesson topic. I look forward to the next part. Very interesting. Checked out Kyle Lambert as you suggested. Amazing!!

  4. Thank you so much for this class! I’ve been traditional paper and pencil artist for many years but wanted to learn digital as well. I got myself an iPad for Christmas, installed Procreate and tried to teach myself, but all those buttons and layers just intimidated me so much that I rarely opened it. You’ve made it so easy!

  5. Thanks so much for these lessons. I ordered iPad Pro last week and was hoping for Lessons on Procreate. Thanks so much again. I am so excited to have these live lessons to get me going when it gets here.

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