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iPad Art: Create a Monster in Procreate

Nic Squirrell, Artist and illustrator.

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8 Videos (27m)
    • Class introduction Procreate Monsters

      1:02
    • A fun way of picking colours

      1:13
    • Setting up your document and making your palette

      4:06
    • Designing and sketching your monster

      6:35
    • Start to paint your monster

      6:55
    • Add colour and texture

      5:28
    • Exporting the finished art

      1:35
    • Final Thoughts

      0:34

About This Class

Join me in making a cute and quirky monster using the Procreate app on your iPad.  

In this 26 minute class you'll be taken step by step through my process from initial sketches to finished art.

I will show you how I comes up with a colour palette, things to think of when designing the character, how to use the Procreate app to sketch, draw and paint the monster, and how to export the finished art ready to use on products.

You will end up with a fabulous monster in your own style.

This class is suitable for everyone from experienced artists to creative doodlers.  No previous experience with Procreate is needed. 

Don’t forget to follow me to be kept up to date with my new classes.

Let's unleash some monsters!  Mwahahahaha...

(No monsters were harmed in the making of these videos)

263 of 264 students recommendSee All

Love the simplicity of the class! Thank you for your videos, can't wait to unleash my own little monsters!
I enjoyed this class very much. I'm new at using Procreate and this was a fun way to lean the application!
Lisa Kubenez

Designs by Lisa K

Awesome class! So fun! I learned so much about procreate thank you!
Deana D

Graphic designer

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Nic Squirrell

Artist and illustrator.

Nic is an artist and illustrator living in Kent, England.

She studied Creative Visual Art & 3D Design at the University of Greenwich and loved every minute of it.

Her illustrations are on many products from prints to suitcases and everything in between.

She loves drawing on her iPad as well as using traditional media, particularly watercolour.

If anything stays still long enough, Nic will draw on it.

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