The Quickstart guide to Procreate
Everything you need to know to get up and creating using Procreate in a little over an hour
Tired of unboxing a program and having to spend 3 weeks to figure out how to use the thing……we were too.
People learn faster when they have a project, and so we developed the quick start guide to Procreate, so whether you are brand new to digital art, or just trying to figure out where the transformation tool is in this program…we have created a course that gets you up and creating through creating 2 projects .
Following this course you will be able to
- Import and export in Procreate
- Apply the principles to generate 2 pieces of portfolio art
- Open adjust and select various layers
- Generate non-destructive workflows
- Create your own custom brushes
- Learn to work between the ipad and PC if you are a PC user
- Transform your art work to match your desired style
- Identify and utilize 3 different sources of colors to improve your art right off the bat
Project based application is the key to quicker learning because
- The projects force application for stronger recall
- You spend more time working instead of searching for endless youtube tutorials all over everywhere
and the best part is IT IS TOTALLY FREE.
In this course you get
- 18 videos……over 1.5 hours of content
- All the downloadable files
This is not an advanced mastery course, or the type of course that has you spending 3 hours watching them demonstrate one technique….this is actionable technique for a creation based world
With over 8,000 students on the digital platform 7th Season Studios has mastered the art of online knowledge transfer and we are excited to share this new platform for our system.
Let’s hear what our students have to say
- "Very helpful. Loving the course!"
- "Nice. I love that you take the extra moment to explain the sub-steps or draw my focus to something that isn't obvious"
- "Best teacher ever:))"
"With over 20 years in tattooing it was a natural progression into the world fo digital art for me, and 7th Season Studios was a way to bring my love of art to a place where I can be of value.I have always been an entrepreneur and running a graphic arts based business has allowed me to help more people than I could in any other venue. We teach people the skills to take real actionable steps that allow them to take their vision and create real change."
"As founder of 7th Season Studios it has been a natural place to teach and practice entrepreneurship .7th Season Studios is all about 1 key concept that makes us different than any other service out there....we focus on 1 fundamental concept when we design courses and build products
Application Through Creation
All of our courses teach the concepts through creating a portfolio pieces....some are fun, some are silly, but some are serious and intense when we create them......but each course has you as the CREATIVE actually CREATING I firmly believe the future of value is knowledge work , and in the digital age we are in a prime position to develop these skills early on"
With courses in photography, illustration and cinematography and motion graphics 7th season studio has been wildly successful in a variety of platforms including Udemy and skillshare
StartUnboxing and Basic Navigation (6:31)
StartWhat Procreate is and what it is not (4:57)
StartOpening a new canvas (3:38)
StartFile management in procreate (5:41)
StartHow to import from your PC to ipad using dropbox (3:28)
StartMaking your procreate platform (5:06)
StartAssignment submission link for the Procreate Platform
StartBasics of Layers in Procreate (7:03)
StartBasics of brushes (6:36)
StartBasics of Color (8:16)
StartBasics of Transformation (5:55)
Startbasics of Selection- Automatic Selection (10:58)
StartBasics of Masking- Alpha Lock (4:33)
StartCut Copy and Paste in Procreate (2:45)
StartBasic gestures in Procreate (4:52)
StartExporting back to PC from ipad using dropbox (2:27)
StartIntroductory lesson to the bowling ball project (1:26)
StartAssignment submission link for Bowling ball
StartBowling ball project solution (12:37)