Creating 3D Art Effects on iPad Pro - Procreate Painting Series 3 | Jane Snedden Peever | Skillshare

Creating 3D Art Effects on iPad Pro - Procreate Painting Series 3

Jane Snedden Peever, Illustrator and Digital Artist

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

      2:00
    • 2. Let's Get Setup

      3:32
    • 3. Shadow & Light

      1:45
    • 4. The Basic Steps - Simple Shape

      10:09
    • 5. Using Your Art - Multiple Shapes

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

      8:02
    • 7. 3D Mandala Part 2 - Adding Texture

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

      5:14
    • 9. Glitter - Texture with Blend Modes

      4:03
    • 10. Painted Outlines - Working With Line Art

      8:20
    • 11. Embossing - Monochromatic Techniques

      7:11
    • 12. Copper Patina - Reference Photo

      7:25
    • 13. Silver and Steel - Advanced Techniques

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

      2:15

Project Description

Your project is to share your experience with us through progress pictures and finished variations.   

Choose any one of the techniques in the class and try your hand at it using either one of the provided PNG images or better yet, one of your own pieces of art.  

Post images of your progress and your final results. 

Share with us how you are using your new 3D art in your home or as gifts.

As with all my art classes I encourage you to practice, practice, and practice.  The best way to understand new techniques is to play around with them.  Enjoy the process, this type of art takes time to feel comfortable.  Over time you will make it your own.  The more you play with it the more you will amaze yourself with the beautiful pieces you come up with. 

There is no such thing as bad art, just alot of fun creations while you learn! 

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Student Projects

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Joyce Gary
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Gabriela Spi
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Kathy Patterson
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Mandala
Ling A Khaw
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Rebecca Densing
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