Simple Artwork Mockups in Procreate | Theodora Gould | Skillshare

Simple Artwork Mockups in Procreate

Theodora Gould, The Carpenter's Wife.

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4 Lessons (38m)
    • 1. Simple art mockups

    • 2. Getting your images

    • 3. Using the Mask

    • 4. Final Thoughts


About This Class


Learn how to use Procreate to make simple and quick, photo mock ups of your artworks.

It's a simple process which enables you to create visually appealing images that are perfect for sharing on social media or websites. 

I'll take you step by step through the processes needed to download royalty free images from the internet, or create your own, which you can then use as templates for your own artworks. Then we'll use the masking tool in Procreate to create a transparent space ready to drop your artwork into. Once the shadows are in place you should have a realistic looking mock up, which you can use over and over again.

This is ideal if like me, your house is a little too cluttered for photographs, your printer isn't up to scratch, or you just need a way to showcase your art without hiring an interior designer or paying for expensive photoshoots.

You'll need an Ipad, stylus, the procreate app and a piece of artwork which you've either created digitally, or have scanned and saved to your computer/dropbox or preferred storage method.

You don't need to be a whizz at photoshop or procreate, so it's ideal for beginners or those just getting into digital artwork. 

It’s something I started doing out of necessity, and I use it all the time, so I hope you find it a useful tool.