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Bullet Journal Doodling in Procreate How to Draw a Pencil

Learn how to doodle in procreate with me. I’ll show you how I draw this super cute little pencil in the Procreate app and how to export the file as a digital sticker you can use in your digital planner or digital bullet journal.

Bullet Journal Doodling in Procreate How to Draw a Pencil

Learn how to doodle in procreate with me. I’ll show you how I draw this super cute little pencil in the Procreate app and how to export the file as a digital sticker you can use in your digital planner or digital bullet journal.

Watch How to Doodle a Pencil in Procreate

Tools I Use in this Video

  • iPad Pro Gen 3
  • Apple Pencil Gen 2
  • My Pencil Grip*
  • GoodNotes App
  • Procreate App

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Holly McCaig

About Holly McCaig

Holly McCaig is a 20 year veteran of the design world. With her mark being made in scrapbooking and photography, Holly now educates eager artists how to do lettering in procreate on the iPad Pro. She resides in Denver, Colorado with her two dogs, Lola and Daisy. Visit Holly: Instagram | Pinterest | Facebook | Shoppe

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2 Comments

  1. Gloria Mondragon on September 3, 2019 at 1:57 pm

    Hi Holly, someone from Marie Forle’s B-School recommended I reach out to you. I need some guidance or let me tell you what I’m looking for and you can tell me where I could start or perhaps begin to look with you or if I need to look somewhere else. So, I’m thinking of CREATING a CALENDAR (*not a planner, *not a baby book) but a calendar specifically on maternity & placenta previa for expectant mothers to jot down the progress of a pregnancy. their due date, appointment reminders, Doc visits, baby’s 1st kick, notes, etc. I still don’t know if it would be a hard-copy or a digital download/printable etc. because I’m still doing research on that. Now, if I were interested in going digital is this something that you would be able to help me out with as a service? I’m quickly reaching out so I hope my request makes sense but i wasn’t sure where exactly to reach out to you or your team.

    • Holly McCaig on September 3, 2019 at 2:14 pm

      Hi Gloria, I don’t do any commissions/custom work, so I wouldn’t be able to help you there. But I love digital because it’s portable and not as bulky! If you did design something all you do is design it, make it a PDF with hyperlinks and then import it into a note taking app like GoodNotes. I do have a course on building a digital planner if you need that type of training. It’s here: https://hollypixels.com/courses/building-a-digital-planner-with-adobe/ . But I do know that either way if you aren’t sure how to do it and you’re wanting to hire out, you may want to hire a graphic designer to do all of that design work for you. You can always make it printable and digital. Options are aways nice!

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