How to get a Paper Cut Effect in Procreate

How to get a Paper Cut Effect in Procreate - student project

I just published the second course of this series! How to Create a Paper Cut Light Box in Procreate: From Sketch to Final Piece

This time is all about to create a digital paper-cut Light Box Illustration and Animation in Procreate.  

How to get a Paper Cut Effect in Procreate - image 1 - student project

 

The class is live!!! Yay!!! How to Create Paper Art in Procreate: From Sketch to Final Piece

I’ve included in the “Projects&Resources" section all the brushes, color palette, sketches, drawing studies, images and templates for you to follow along the class and create your class project easily.

I’ve changed the cover a little and this is the final version:

How to get a Paper Cut Effect in Procreate - image 2 - student project

If you watch it, please, let me now what you think!

Can’t wait to see your paper cut style illustration! :)

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I am going to make a step by step class in which I will show the students how I create my paper cut portraits using Procreate.

I was going to create a much more complex class but I’ve learned a lot from Andrea (Skillshare Team) on how to focus a class and get the most of my ideas. So, I will focus this class on creating a portrait.

I will start explaining the students the different ways they can get a paper texture in Procreate and how to create the shadows to make the illustration look like actual paper cut illustrations.

Then I will show them, step by step how I create a custom portrait.

The class project will be to create a custom portrait following the steps I will explain in the class.

I am not sure about the title so, any suggestions will be very welcome (about the title or any other aspect of the class). Thank you!

 

Lettie Blue
Architect & Digital Illustrator
Teacher