iPad Art: Using Textures in Procreate | Nic Squirrell | Skillshare

iPad Art: Using Textures in Procreate

Nic Squirrell, Artist and illustrator

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12 Lessons (48m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Making Textures From Your Surroundings

    • 3. Making Painted Textures

    • 4. Making Textures in Procreate

    • 5. Using Textures: Layer Blends

    • 6. Using Textures: Selections

    • 7. Using Textures: Masks

    • 8. Using Textures: Clipping Mask

    • 9. Using Textures: Brushes - Make Seamless Textures

    • 10. Texture Brush Settings

    • 11. Using Texture Brushes

    • 12. Final Thoughts & Project

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About This Class


Adding texture to your images is a great way to give them interest and depth, and it can make your art really stand out, or make an image full of different parts more cohesive.  Textures can be bold and eyecatching, or subtle.

In this class we will be finding and making all sorts of interesting textures, and looking at a number of different ways of using them in Procreate.

I'll also show you a quick and simple way of making any texture seamless on the iPad.

You'll end up with plenty of new textures, brushes and techniques add dimension to your pictures and take them to the next level.

If you're new to Procreate, you might find it helpful to take my beginner class first: iPad Art: Create a Monster in Procreate.

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For this class you'll need an iPad, and the following apps:

Procreate App

Pixelmator App


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