Get professional results for your digital drawings with this iPad app
In the more than 15 years that Óscar Lloréns has been working as an illustrator, he has been able to see his work in all kinds of publications and advertising projects; Among his clients are El País Semanal, Vanity Fair, Skoda and he has even made a mural for the confessional of Big Brother. But for Óscar, professional and personal projects are just as important, since they allow him to define his style as an illustrator and explore new techniques and tools and in this sense Procreate, an iPad drawing app, has become one of his favorites when it comes to making professional orders from start to finish, since it allows you to carry out orders quickly with exceptional quality.
In this course you will learn how to take your first steps in Procreate, discovering some of the most interesting tools of the app. This will allow you to make illustrations from the initial sketch to the final file in high resolution to send the client using only an iPad. You will discover the potential of this app to draw with iPad so intuitive and easy to use that it allows you to work in commissions of drawing and digital painting with specific tools and multilayer files saving you a lot of time and work.
What's included in this course?
You will start discovering some of the works that Óscar has done with Procreate and it will show you how other artists make use of this app to carry out their projects.
Next you will discover the interface of the app and will explain its different tools.
Óscar will show you which gestures are most used by him, to help you work with Procreate more quickly and smoothly. In addition, it will teach you to work with a fundamental tool of Procreate: the brushes.
Then you will get into the project of the course. You will first make the sketch and just then you will start with the color application. You will add lights and shadows that will add depth to your illustration and make some corrections. All this using only Procreate.
Finally Oscar will talk about the different export modes offered by the app.
What is this course project about?
You will make the illustration of a character trying to take advantage of the tools offered by the Procreate app.
Who is it for?
To illustrators, illustrators, designers and anyone interested in learning to illustrate digitally with Procreate.
No previous knowledge is necessary, since Óscar will teach you how to use the app from scratch.
With respect to the materials you will need an iPad Pro or a normal next-generation iPad, the Apple Pencil and the Procreate app.
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Óscar Lloréns is an illustrator and designer. In the almost two decades that have been devoted to it professionally has worked for the best advertising agencies in Spain, the US, Canada, France and the United Kingdom. His illustrations have been protagonists of campaigns for important brands such as Coca-Cola, Fiat, Red Bull, Vodafone, Movistar or Cepsa, among many others and have also filled the pages of publications such as El País Semanal or Vanity Fair. In addition, millions of viewers have observed their crowded illustrations in one of the most important places in the house of Big Brother: the confessional.