Geometric Design On The IPAD - Mandalas in Procreate

Jane Snedden Peever, Illustrator and Digital Artist

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13 Videos (53m)
    • Geometric Design Trailer

      1:09
    • Supplies & Brush Import

      3:41
    • Setting Up The Canvas

      1:51
    • The First Framework

      5:43
    • Adjusting The Framework

      1:44
    • Start With Shapes

      8:05
    • Transform & Rotate

      3:16
    • Layers of Detail

      5:53
    • A Second Framework

      3:04
    • Starting from the Center

      5:16
    • Working With Layers

      3:21
    • The Outer Ring

      6:15
    • Getting Creative

      3:12

About This Class

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Have you wanted to try drawing on the ipad but didn't know where to start?

Are you looking for a fun and easy way to draw and create beautiful geometric style designs?  

In this class I will show you my method of creating fun and simple mandalas on the ipad.  We will explore how to draw symmetrical designs using the tools within the Procreate app.   I will also share some of my favorite brushes I use to create my mandalas.  By the end of this class you will be turning your simple hand drawn designs into gorgeous symmetrical mandalas.

 The class project will be to draw a mandala by following along with the techniques I share with you.

All you need for this class is an Ipad, the Procreate app and a grid and brushes I provide for you in the project section.

Come on in and join the fun!

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Excellent classes, thank you.
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On a creative journey!

Fantastic and informative
Amazing! So happy I watched this class!!

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Jane Snedden Peever

Illustrator and Digital Artist

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- 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 mo...

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