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Digital Patchy portraits with Procreate

teacher avatar Cécile Yadro, Digital & Traditional Artist

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Lessons in This Class

12 Lessons (1h 7m)
    • 1. Introduction

      0:56
    • 2. Your project

      1:34
    • 3. Drawing the large shapes

      8:24
    • 4. Drawing the features

      8:54
    • 5. Refining sketch

      4:40
    • 6. Painting shadows

      7:42
    • 7. Painting light

      4:51
    • 8. Details of the face

      7:12
    • 9. Painting hair

      7:35
    • 10. Highlights and background

      7:43
    • 11. Final details

      6:51
    • 12. Outro

      0:26
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About This Class

Welcome to this digital patchy portraits class!

This class is accessible to all levels, no drawing skills required, as you can simply use the ready made sketch, or trace over the photo. 

I'll teach you how to make a portrait with Procreate, using layers of colored patches to achieve a stylized portrait.

I provide the reference photo by Terricks Noah in the resource section. This is a copyright free image that you can use in your art. 

I will show you a technique to make an accurate sketch, drawing from large to small shapes. As we are working digitally, we'll be able to check the accuracy of our sketch and fix our mistakes. This is a good way to learn how to sketch a portrait, looking at our own mistakes.

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If needed, I provide my own sketch so you can easily jump in the color part, unless you prefer tracing over the photo.

Then the fun part: adding layers of colors, playing with different hues, blending modes, transparencies, to achieve a rich and complex portrait, featuring all shadows and highlights of the face. I provide my palette as well, if you need a basis to work from.

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At the end of the class, you'll be able to take any photo and turn it into a stylized portrait, using only geometric shapes and a variety of colors.

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Cécile Yadro

Digital & Traditional Artist

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Bonjour and welcome to my Skillshare page !

I’m so happy you found me! I’m a French artist, both digital and traditional. I love drawing and painting portraits, landscapes, still life... art is an endless journey, I hope to help you with my beginners friendly classes.

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I post a class per month, more or less:

- Procreate classes

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1. Introduction: Hello. I'm so happy to see you again. And here we are for another project class with procreate. We will need or stylus, of course, an iPad. And this is the portrait we will be painting together today. This is technique, was a lot of layers and we will have different patches of colors. And we will mix blending modes, and we will have transparencies and new colors appearing. This is a really fun, really love it. So this class is meant for all levels. I will show you how to draw the sketch this time, but if you want, you're welcome to trace. So time to go and have fun. 2. Your project: Your project will be to paint Apache portrait. I don't know if the word is accurate, but this is what came to my mind when I was trying to find a title for the class. So you can go very bright, very bold, very brave, and have very geometric shapes in the background. You can also add a colored background. You can go with muted colors, may be a bit more realistic. You can go very light. And this is maybe a tricky kind of photo to work from because the skin tones are really subtle and you have to really be careful with the use to achieve the beautiful Luke. Or you can go very dark. It really depends on your reference photo. And this is the one we will be using in class. You have the photo attached in the resource section. So you can work from this one or from personal photo or from copyright-free image that I provide in the Pinterest board. And you'll find the link of the Pinterest board, the project and resource description of the class. So don't forget to post your art in the resource section so we can all see what you're coming with. And this is really helping the class to be discovered by other students. So it's time to go for the drawing now. 3. Drawing the large shapes: In my last classes have been tracing over photos. And you can do this if you want. That's okay. But for this class, I want to show you a simple technique if you want to learn how to sketch your own portraits. This is one of the many different techniques that you can use to draw accurately a sketch for a portrait or for something else. It works perfectly fine as well. So let me show you this. So let's create a Canvas. We will be needing about maybe, I don't know, 40, 50 layers. So it's something that a lot of layers. So you want to be as large as possible. And it's really depending on the type of iPad you have. I have iPad Pro, second Jen. And I can go with maybe to 2500 width by 3,200 hate and it makes 63 layers, 300 DPI. It's way, way more than I need, but I'd rather go this way. So let's create this. Assuming that you're working on portrait size. If you're working on landscapes size, adjust accordingly. So I think now it's time to learn how to draw both traits. So far you can still trace on the photo. But this time I want to learn maybe one technique I'm using to draw a portrait. So for this, I will place my reference photo just on the left here. Though this is a photo I chose. I have cropped it just until it fits. Maybe my my need because I don't want to see too much of the best. All right, so I will be using the 6 B pencil in black and it's about 40 percent size. Never mind, this is just a sketch. So you have a ton of different ways to do this. And as we are working digitally, it's really cool because we can go back and forth and there's no pressure with a white page because this is not blank page anymore. Okay, so my goal is to go from large to details. So let's place the main features. And what I mean by this is really where are the boundaries of my image. So for now I'm really not looking at any kind of accuracy. This is just me trying to see. Maybe this is this way. Okay, So I'm exaggerating the shapes. And that's okay. You can also maybe kind of measure. So this is really kind of, you see this part is not almost research, but not quite. So let's play some marks. This is giving a nice angles. So let's go through this. See, there is this one about this. Okay, So this will be my shoulder. And now you have this. Let's go for the face. And the face here is maybe about a third. Here. There is quite a large part of hair. You see? There is quite a large part here. So depending on what you're looking for, is it just a hair line or is it the second hairline? And I call this really, you have the first one here. You have the bound here. This is quite confusing, so I will get the first one. And I'm trying to fix size of the face still was really big shapes. Okay. And no pressure, really no pressure at all because it's digital. So what's the problem anyway? All right. And she has quite an angle, slight angle, really. Not much, but it's not straight. You can see that she's a bit tweak like this. So the child should be in the right angle as well. And also, I can't see an angle here. Maybe it's a bit too much. I'm placing line, really. It's kind of random. Just not to forget my angle. And so much face is looking a bit o words. So let's arrays of it. I'm using medium brush for my eraser. Just because at this stage don't want to be fancy. So maybe I could do the shirts that would help. 1212. So I'm designing the edge of the color is here. Really decision. Now you can go a bit more accurate maybe. And this is something you have to decide at some point. Because when you made the decision to, I see the button here so I can tell the neck line is just here. And so the color is here. So once you have placed some lines, it's getting easier and easier. Because you can take kind of measurements even if it's not the crop word. So the chin is just at the edge of the color and maybe it's a bit hidden here. My advice would be to erase the wrong lines as you go to hair. Which sure, there is a bit of neck here if benefits hardly visible. And the bottom at the ER, I would say about here. So I know we don't see the top of the year, but it will help me to place the other features. And so the clot as the hairline, sorry, it's a bit like this. 4. Drawing the features: And so there is a nice trend here, right? So I'm, I'm getting too much in details. Let's place the inside of the face. So I have some points that I can't tell. Maybe should be correct. We will check this later. So I have a chin. This one I'm quite sure of it. I have the air. And if this is the bottom of my air, this should be like the bottom of my nose. So the nose ball should be about here. Alright, let me enlarge this. So I'm trying to get this angle and I know this is the lowest parts. Let's go this way. Maybe a bit too large. This is a problem at this stage. You don't want to go too small. Okay, so let's say this is the top right place for my nose is undefined. Think bowl is a bit by here. So I can go and make this nice curve and see this is kind of one of the pits. So this gives me the eyebrow. Oh, okay. And there is this angles. So the second eyebrows should be about here. So let's try to take there is a cap here, this dimension here. I will place the really overall shape of the mouth, so on, still using this angled lines. Okay, well, we'll fix that later. And what about some measurements? So the edge of the nostril here, this is an important measurements. So you see this one, it's the beginning of the eye. So I'm still using my angle. Not not going into details yet. And so the corner of the mouth yeah, should be about here. And also there is this line that is connecting the nose to the mouth. And second, I will resume beginning of the eye. It's somewhere here. And the, and try to make the two lies the same size. It's better. It's a bit stylized. Fix that later. So the map, big smile, big T, big everything. Big difficulty as well. I guess it's time to spice up the bits. So, so far, no details yet. And I'm not even sure I will draw the t is just making a large shape. This seems strange. Times a bit more like this. Seems a bit more rounded. Maybe my band here. Okay, and now the fun. You take your folio and you place it here. Place it below your drawing and lower the opacity. I don't know, maybe 40% and enlarge it until you find the size of your drawing approximately. So decide what is correct. Is it the mouse? Here? Everything is 20 angle. You see, my image is really tied, but I'm okay with it. Who cares anyway? Okay, So let's decide. We don't know the overall size of the head. Okay, So not bad, but not perfect either. So you have two decision to take right now. Can you live with your drawing as it is, or do you want to fix it with the photo below? I think I will fix it a bit. Specially for the shape of the face, which is, I would say important part. So select everything. All you know, I'm quite happy with it. Some mistakes, but really nothing to. I like to enlarge a bit the eyes because I think it's better. Take my nose could be. Here. Mouse should be. So this is a really cool to have a digital tool to do this, because it can do this with pen and paper ballots. Not the same. You see, my proportions were quite good. So this will be fun to paint. My shirt is too wrong, really wrong. Yeah, better like this. So you see I'm using my existing drawing and correcting things that are really, really, really wrong. So maybe your thinking, what is the point to draw if you trace at the end? And this is a good question. I think this is a good way to learn, really good way to learn. And sometimes when you just trace your drawing since weird. Okay. So let's hide this. How is she? Yeah, I kind of liked her. So let's refine the scales. 5. Refining sketch: Place layer on top of your existing sketch and lower the opacity about maybe I don't know, 25 percent. And to be sure I'm not mixing up with the bottom layer, I will change my color. I will go for a dark red. Why not? So you have to make decisions. Are you looking for realism or are you looking for stylization? Difficult to say. I don't know. I will go for something, I think between both because we will be using patches of color on top of this. And I'm exaggerating a bit the cheek. And remember, we won't be seeing the sketch in the end. It's just a guide for patches. So I don't want to bother too much with the hair, which is obviously a big part here. Just drawing. This is a small detail, but this is really what closes the hair. So it's important to do it. We'll get the effect of rarely smile is when you are smiling, all the muscles are going up. And you have this little bump here under the eye. And you see the bottom part of the eye is going this way, not this way. This is what shows a muscle pushing the lower lid. So it's a bit stylized, I would say. And what I will do is give you this catch. So if you want to work from this sketch, that's perfectly fine for me. So I'm exaggerating the shapes. Just because it was patches you have to work from really strong and bold shapes. Don't forget the wrinkle here is not coming from this part, but just here. And here there's one this way and another one here. Like to place the corner first. You have to show that tension. And the lip. This is really stretched. It's not a relaxed lip. And noticed that the bottom lip is not coming from the exact coronary, coming a bit inside. Let's remove this, maybe a bit too large. I liked her this way. So let's have fun now with the colors. 6. Painting shadows: Now the sketches done, either your drone it or you traced it. And now we will begin with the color, which is really the most fun part. This is what I prefer. And maybe it's okay for you if I give you my color palettes, if it's a basis where you can work from it. But if you don't need it, that's cool. We'll go ahead and be brave. Although I'm trying to stay realistic here, I'm not going in crazy colors like I did in my pop art portrait class present. So we'll go for the color. We will be using a ton of layers. So I won't bother to rename each and every layer. The only one I named as a sketch. That's all and everything else. Well, it will be a mess. But let's embrace the mess. Sometimes creativity is really messy and that's okay for us. So let's lower the opacity of the sketch, maybe 50 percent or whatever. Now, everything will be done below the sketch. So let's other layer, and I need to have my reference photo. And I think it's interesting if we use a reference feature because we can import an image. And the Got saying was this. As you have two different and interesting things with this, is you can press here and take a color. And second, you are using less battery than splitting the screen with camera roll on the side. I have noticed this and let me, let me tell you this is important when you are painting for ours. Important thing. So the ID of everything as making patches and purchase. We'll be done with lasso tool on free hand. And you will tap on color fill. So you have the little bucket here, it's coming blue, meaning that I have this brownish here. So whatever shape and make, once I close the shape, it's filled with brown ventricle. So we are building layers on top of each other. Was a bit of transparency, was a bit of layer modes. Let me explain everything. First thing to do as working on the face and make, I would say you the background layer for the face. So let's take a brownish whatever you want. Maybe take you here. Doesn't really matter. Alum. My style is to make tap, tap, tap. So coming from here. And just try to follow my line. But with straight lines. Let's go until the complete hairline. Another way is to draw, sorry. Another way is to draw with your select tool and you can have really organic shape. But for this time, I think it's better because we will be layering everything. So this is my base layer and it should be opaque, completely opaque was maximum capacity. This is everything we are building on top of this. So let's place the layer below and make the neck. And the neck can already be a bit darker, as well as the ear. And I'm below the face. So let's go directly here. And when you are still on the lasso tool, you can make other shapes. Quite cool. Great. Hair will be on top of it and I might. Okay, so let's begin with the darkest parts, with the shadows. So let's place a layer on top of the face, set it to multiply and lower the opacity about 75 percent. And the thing is, we are going to mix the color or spreading, go back and forth. We all see different colors. I would say, I see, I want a purple. You have maybe to make some tests, some tries because multiply is getting the color darker. So don't go too dark. Let me show you if I take this purple and I make a shape, it's really dark. So maybe I can get a lighter purple, maybe less intense. And make patch with the shadow. Been looking at the photo and I see kind of triangle here. This is what shows the cheekbone. And overlapping. Everything you see. Overlapping. Maybe it's too much overlap. The ER because it's already very dark. I'm making kind of hair that is here. There is some thing here. So it's really fast because everything is filled. As you go. I see a really huge shadow under the nose. Tap, tap, tap. I said that Don't bother too much at this stage. Just pure fun. And out here. Okay, so press on the lasso tool again. Every single field. 7. Painting light: Let's place another layer on top of this one. Make some more shadows, but with a different color. So maybe something pinkish something. And saying, multiply 70 percent. Make another another set of layer. Yeah, going well. And the thing is you want to overlap on the existing color. You see me show you. So when my red meat, my purple, it makes a third, third color. Very cool technique. So you can really create very interesting stuff. For now, we are not too detailed. Will come later. Another one and say multiply 70 percent. And now we will go for I cannot khaki, I don't know why. Let's try anyway. Once it's selected, you see you can move around and change the color. Here, maybe something like a yellow. It's always a mystery. What will be the color and what will be the mix with the existing color. All right, so maybe well we can do is group all the multiply and rename this shadows. And let's place a layer on top of it. And let's make some lights a bit because we need to balance the contrast. So layer, Let's go to overlay about 75 percent. This is always the same. So other way. Again, this purple, a bit lighter. Let's make some tries. Something blue, maybe. It's a really making strange colors. I love it. You see? It's kind of a cool color. And I begin with this. Making really cool colors. Here. Don't forget from time to time to do something else and come back with fresh eyes. Now I see that the base color is really boring. So let's tweak it a bit. So Magic Wand, Hue, Saturation, Brightness layer. And let's see how it goes. Blue, greenish, greenish, blue. And I'm not sure. You tap outside of the canvas and you have this little menu and so you can preview. So going to the initial image and you'll see I've gone for something really warmer. And it's really different, but it's a bit too warm. Apply. 8. Details of the face: So let's make the details of the face. So for the T sub, I will get an opaque layer, the color on the volume and see how it goes a bit too blue. This is true. Really, really light. Yeah, I'll go for something a bit warmer. In the yellow and cerebral arteries are not washed. And let's take the same color and make a bit of the sclera here. She's feeling better. Right now. We have to work on my highlights really more. So on top of this, Let's get kind of a dark, dark, dark brown eyes. So you want to go very detailed. You need to enlarge your drawing. Opaque will be good. And remove the sketch from time to time. Yeah. Looks like a male right now. That's okay. And for the eyebrows, I will get my same color, but place a layer and the shadows. Place it on the multiply and lower the opacity. I think you know that by now. None quite sure. Paris part here. Let's make the lips lips have to be on top of the t's. If I wanted to cover it up a bit this red. So I will make all the lip with one color with more shadows. Doesn't take much to make it a woman. Okay. I have this red somewhere. No, I will leave it with an opaque color, full capacity. So there is this question, always, where do you put your layers? I need my shadows to be on top because I want to make the shadows for the lips. So multiply. 70%. And I can still get the same color because if I use the exact same color with multiply, it will be darker by it's boring. And we don't want to get bored. So I will just change a bit my color or go to the purple and see how it goes. Difference vector here. And I will overlap the shape of the mouth just to integrate it in the background. Because if you still keep on the edge of the mouth, it will look strange. Maybe lower. Better. Time to make this wrinkle. Wrinkle, you need to enlarge blots. So you can make very, very thin lines. I think I will begin to make some patches for the hair. Time to go for the hair and hair I will do the face and make an opaque layer just as a base for my hair. So I would go for a dark blue. So decide how you want to make your pearls. Do you want to make them very detail? I think I'll go for something like this array. And behind the face so it can go straight. So you go outside of the canvas and it will join it again. Yep. So if you think this is trench to come, go back on top of it, place another shape. There is this trend here that is really bothering me. So we'll just choose same color from the background and close a bit. My edge here over OSEP is good. And let's place the shirts on top of this too. I can still make green from here. I'm not sure we'll keep that green. Let's see that. One stay green. I'm sure it's smooth this right now. Go for a blue for now and see after. 9. Painting hair: Let's finish the eyes. It's better. I are here and I will get this color that is opaque to make the lashes back remove the sketch because it's a bit bothering me. Ya hard to work on the shadows here. With this lay for the moments and we'll see later. So let's place another layer strike at that purple. Maybe. The number of colors is rarely depending on the reference photo you have. Sometimes amusing, I don't know, 40 layers. I want to preserve the highlight right here. So I'm not covering it with my purple. And here I know it's a bit darker. Yeah, she's beginning to pop up. Maybe this is a bit too open. So it's this one. And I will use the liquify tool. Just want to close a bit the eye. So I have to close a bit the other one as well. There is a shadow here that is missing, you'll see on the edge. So time to change a bit in line, color. My shadows. Shadows are my opinion. Very important. Highlights are maybe like the cherry on the cake. So what I've been using, yellow, red, purple, multiply 70. And let's get this true cause and see what it's doing. So keep it selected and move your slider on the color wheel. And look at the photo as it seem. One, does it seem cool? I sell shares. Warm with cool shadows, cool hair. So it's better if I keep my color in the Cool Ranch. Not sure about the efforts. Maybe this blue. The idea is to have the different patches showing making interesting new colors. Maybe a bit on the eye as well. I'm not sure it's blue, it's maybe more yellowish. Let's remove this one. I like this blue really some, you know what, I see my arrow anymore. Because my layer as on top, that is how the air is back and neck can be a bit darker. Quite sure some blue could be here. Just to show the shadow and there is a t here. But I'm okay with leaving the skin tone and touched back to my blue layer. As I said, it's back and forth. And I can go inside the hair itself. Oh, yeah, blue, blue, blue, blue, very cool, very cool. Blue. I just found out I'm working without the sketch. And that's cool. Just showing me that I have enough details now. Okay, so go back to the shirts. I'm still in the layer where I haven't mixed different colors. I don't care, really want to define a bit the different shapes. So if you made it safe and you want to change the layer, whereas the shape, because you see my blue shade of the shirt, is in the same layer as here. But if I want to tweak the color of my shirt, it will be a mess. So I want this one to be on a separate layer. So take your lasso tool and just circle it. But don't close the shape by tapping on the gray circle because it will fill everything. Instead, just tap on the arrow. And now you have selected us your shape. So swipe down three fingers. Not so easy to do. You will cut and paste. And now it's a separate layer. And the thing is, procreates when you do this, by default, the layer is going back to normal, so go back to multiply and lower the opacity again. Now I can go on this shape, on this layer, sorry, and make my shadows. 10. Highlights and background : Bit more highlights, highlights. Let's place this overlay. Then we will maybe tweak a bit sayings. I want some, I don't know, pinkish. See that. I like this technique because as well, it shows you how important are the highlights in a painting, in a drawing. I think this is the lightest parts and it's pink, but this one is yellow. So we'll take this one. Just as I showed you this one, I will maybe fill it with another color. And don't forget it placed it back to normal. The bound. I want to have h in a contrasting color, maybe like the shirt. Same layer as the shirt on top of the hair. Okay, so I don't need my sketch anymore. I think. What is it here? It's kind of a layer somewhere. I think it's this one. Yep. You see if I remove just one layer, slide it up or down, it's okay. So there is more work to do because I want to define more my shapes. It's a bit too straight here and there is a lack of light here. I don't like this edge. There is light here that shouldn't be there. I like the highlights on the shirts as well. Of course, I like the hair, the details of the hair. But before doing this, what I want to do is give a color to the background. So I'm sure I can have an overall view of everything because colors are not separate to each other. They relate to each other. They talk to each other. And let me show you that. So what about the background color? So far? I have I would say another blue color. So I don't want to place a blue in the background. Peeking with an orange. Anyway, place a strong and bold color and go to. Hue saturation, brightness and move your slider. And you can move your saturation this pink. I think when you place a pink in the background, the highlights here, sorry, the shadows in purple are really popping out. So if I get a blue, It's almost disappearing. And this one pink is quite cool. And you see this one is giving more importance to the yellow and the skin tone. Good question. So I don't want to go to pop art. I wanna go something that is maybe more sub2. So kind of a light bends like this. Yeah. This will be my color. Let's work with it on the hair. Because As a huge part of this painting, because blue is law. That good. So I will stay below the face, the base of the face here to be sure that everything is integrating. Layer. Multiply 707475. Who cares? So I'm taking the original color and now I will be tweaking it. So this part is really in the shadow. I'm below the face. And you want to overlap a bit because it will soften the edge. Overlay. Color, brights, strong color. Maybe ADH. Adh is cool. Anyway, consuming my highlights. Move. The problem was added when you another color. I don't know if I need to go this detailed. I'm really not sure about that. This is an add overlay. At maximum as better rising. It's more subtle. Still I don't like this edge. Since my base layer and I want to solve to narrative it. 11. Final details: Well, this wasn't a lot of renewables about colors. But if this is obviously the most important part, now, it's time for final details. Really, the little detail that will everything pop out, highlights in the eyes. My favorite part. I think now it's time for the final details, zones fixing the little mistakes. I may have your own there. And I will like to add a bit more light. And this is bothering me because it makes like a circle. I want to try to fix this. Well, that's fine. Make yep. Better. And do you see I slightly overlap on the hair just to integrate a bit my colors for all the mess. And now some final details that will really make the difference, like the highlights and we will take the teas color and I'm on just regular mode. Making diamond. The ER, making a small, small, small, small highlights. Don't mean much to bring life. She doesn't have one. Here, but I will try if it's okay with it. Yeah, I like her with a second highlight. Also. I want to give some negative space in the hair. So I will select the background color. And I will add some holes. Just too. I don't know, light on a bit. Just some random shapes. She has Brown Berets, blown, hair, stuff mixed, but I didn't make them because I am afraid it will get the image to be less readable. So I'd rather leave it this way. Quite happy with everything. Just a bit more highlight. And let me show you how I do. I will get pure white. And I will make it really in the lightest part. So let's place this on overlay and go to the magic wand. And you have Blum. Blum is diffusing the Pexels outside of the shape. So you have wrestled on top here, so slight write about seven persons. So not much is happening. Now. Let me go outside. You see it is this is diffusing the light. Maybe about 20 percent because there will lower bits. You want it to be too visible, but just a bit. I'm not sure you need to draw the t's, really, it's maybe I see here there is shadow that should not be here. So I go on top with the skin color. Can fix some little details like this. Maybe this color is a bit too strong. This one says really tweaking. Now that I have everything, just want to have kind of a normally 12. Outro: So we did it. Thank you so much for following the class with me. I hope you liked it and let me know if you want to learn something specific, maybe I can help and make a class about this because I have a tunnel ideas, but I just want to be sure that this is useful for you. See you soon for another class.