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Drawing School Supplies in Procreate | Week 2 Coloring and Shading

This week I'm showing you how I drew my school supplies piece on Instagram via the coloring and shading process I follow. Stay tuned next week when I show you how I vector my final in Adobe Illustrator.

Drawing School Supplies in Procreate | Week 2 Coloring and Shading

If you missed last week’s video, click here and I’ll show you how I sketch and draw/ink out my drawings in Procreate.

This week I’m showing you how I drew my school supplies piece on Instagram via the coloring and shading process I follow. Stay tuned next week when I show you how I vector my final in Adobe Illustrator.

Supplies Used in This Video

My Reviews on Screen Protectors

PaperLike – at the time of this blog post I am still testing this protector.

Tech Armor

Watch Drawing School Supplies in Procreate | Week 2 Coloring and Shading

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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

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

3 Comments

  1. Brannan Lawson on October 3, 2018 at 3:06 am

    When filling in color, for example the paint cap, your inked lines were not covered up. How do you keep you ink lines with in the object to stay and not color over them?

    • Holly McCaig on October 3, 2018 at 10:20 am

      If you watch the video you will see that I mention that I do my colors on new layers. I place them below the outline/ink layer.

  2. Brannan Lawson on October 5, 2018 at 4:59 pm

    Yes, I figured it out finally. Thank you for your reply.

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