Creating 3D Art Effects in Procreate on the iPad Pro | Jane Snedden Peever | Skillshare

Creating 3D Art Effects in Procreate on the iPad Pro

Jane Snedden Peever, Illustrator and Digital Artist

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14 Videos (1h 20m)
    • Intro to 3D Art

      2:00
    • Let's Get Setup

      3:32
    • Shadow & Light

      1:45
    • The Basic Steps - Simple Shape

      10:09
    • Using Your Art - Multiple Shapes

      6:11
    • 3D Mandala Part 1- Complex Shapes

      8:02
    • 3D Mandala Part 2 - Adding Texture

      6:12
    • Glass Etching - Power of the Drop Shadow

      5:14
    • Glitter - Texture with Blend Modes

      4:03
    • Painted Outlines - Working With Line Art

      8:20
    • Embossing - Monochromatic Techniques

      7:11
    • Copper Patina - Reference Photo

      7:25
    • Silver and Steel - Advanced Techniques

      7:37
    • Let's Get Inspired - Share Your Project

      2:15
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About This Class

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The iPad has changed the way we create art.  It offers both the experience of drawing and painting, anywhere, anytime, with all the brushes and pens we could imagine as well as a wide array of tools to create fun digital art effects. 

So how do we go about taking our art to the next level and creating some fun 3D art effects?

In this class I will show you how I use the tools in the Procreate App to create the illusion of light and shadows and give your artwork depth and dimension.  Then we will explore how textures and blend modes can work together for photo realistic looks. 

There is something for everyone in this class:

  1. Starting simple, we explore the concept of how light and shadows play on a shape, and then use a simple circle to create our first 3D object. 
  2. Building on these techniques, we use them to create more complex designs with each lesson.
  3. Finishing off,  we explore some advanced ideas and examples to inspire you to continue exploring these ideas on your own. 

Along the way I will share lots of tips and tricks that I use in Procreate, as well as examples of finished pieces to inspire you in your art process.

What you will learn in this class:

~  The basics of light and shadow

~  Applying these ideas to simple shapes

~  How multiple shapes work

~  Setting up a complex shape

~  Using clipping masks to add texture

~  How blend modes work with textures and layers

~  Using a reference photo to achieve a desired texture

~  Exploring lettering as well as shapes

~  Creating monochromatic art pieces

~  We will also explore the following textures:

  • Etched Glass
  • Silver Glitter
  • Raised Paint Outlines
  • Embossing
  • Copper Patina
  • Silver and Steel Metals

What you will need:

  • iPad Pro
  • Apple Pencil
  • Procreate App

This class was created using the iPad Pro first generation with Apple Pencil and Procreate ver 4.2

If you are interested in learning more about how to colour your line art and create separate filled sections check out the first video in this series 
COLOURING YOUR LINE ART AND USING MASKS

If you would like to learn more about blend modes and how to use them with texture check out the second video in this series
MAGICAL ART - TEXTURE AND BLEND MODES

Looking forward to seeing you in class,

Jane

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Jane Snedden Peever

Illustrator and Digital Artist

- The most beautiful designs start with the simplest ideas. -

I believe the first step to accomplishing your goals and dreams is to just start. Jump in and learn as you go. Allow yourself to make mistakes for those are the best lessons. Don't judge your work, just do and then do it again and do it some more. Watch it evolve and look back with awe in how far you have come because you chose to just start!

My goal in my classes is to break the process down into simple techn...

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