Are you ready to learn how to draw, paint, and hand letter on your iPad in the iPad app Procreate? I love helping hobbyists, artists, and designers develop their creative style through short and sweet tutorials!
Every class I create is broken down into bite sized pieces so you can learn how to draw and design on your iPad by learning one little step at a time. I design projects that anyone can create, and give tips that will help you develop your own style and process.
In each class, I give away tons of brushes and downloads like these to help get you started with Procreate:
How much do the classes cost?
You can watch all of my classes FREE if you already have a Skillshare membership. Click here to pick up a free 2 month Skillshare trial and watch all my classes free!
What will I learn?
You’ll learn everything from creating simple sketches to designing your own patterns and brushes. I’ll take you through my whole process for each project, so you can follow along and create your own project from start to finish.
Here are a few project examples:
What if it’s too hard?
It’s so much easier than it looks! Once you learn the basic steps, you’ll be creating with ease in no time. Plus, I’m here to help! I can answer any questions you have after you watch the classes, and love to help problem solve any design or technical issues.
Where should I start?
If you have some experience with Procreate, this is a great class to start with:
Learn how to create unique and eye catching recipe illustrations on your iPad in Procreate. I’ll show you three different illustration styles, so you can explore which one works best for your personal style.
If you’re a total beginner, you may want to start with something a little easier like this class:
Learn how to create Modern Floral illustrations on your iPad in Procreate. I’ll show you three different techniques, so you can choose the methods that work best for your personal style. Modern florals are super easy to make, plus they are easy to use for tons of different projects like greeting cards, lettering projects, seamless repeats, and so much more!
If you’re into surface design, you could get started with making some repeat patterns on your iPad:
Learn how to create a seamless repeat pattern on your iPad. With this process you can easily create a repeat pattern on your iPad, without using the computer at all! You can even upload your patterns directly to print on demand sites from your iPad. I’ll show you every step of the process of building a repeat pattern, and take you through my process for designing repeat patterns that don’t have an obvious repeat block.
Do I need an Apple Pencil?
No, but they ARE super fun to use. You can complete these projects with a regular stylus, but the Apple Pencil is pressure sensitive, so the drawing effects will be slightly less realistic with a regular stylus.
What can I do with my iPad art and designs?
Many of my students use their designs for commercial uses like print on demand sites, art prints, and Etsy shops. Others use the designs for social media posts and personal projects for friends and family.
Questions? Contact me here!
You may also like some of my other classes:
Learn how to use your iPad to create and decorate a digital planner with tabs, pre-cropped stickers, and tons of layers and textures. We’ll start with the planning process and go all the way through exporting your file and sharing it online.
Learn three different methods for creating illustrated maps on your iPad in Procreate. When you take this class you’ll get all of the brushes I made to create my maps as free downloads, including texture brushes and a set of illustrated location marker stamps.
Learn how to create soft pastel drawings on your iPad in Procreate. When you watch this class, you’ll get all of the pastel brushes I created plus a blending brush, paper texture brushes, and some drawing templates.
Learn how to create unique custom fonts using your iPad. We’ll cover the step by step process for creating three different styles of fonts, so that you can create any font style you can dream up. You don’t have to have good handwriting or be good at hand lettering to create a fonts using this process!