Five of My Most Popular Procreate Tutorials
Procreate is an amazing tool. And, they just keep making it better and better. Soon we will have Procreate 5 and the app will continue to be the hottest tool for lettering and drawing.
Since I am traveling, I thought I would compile a post sharing five of my most popular Procreate tutorials. Maybe you missed them the first time around.
I want to get your eyes on them and see if they can challenge you to do more – I also have talked about changes/updates to the app in each post. The videos may be from an older version of Procreate, so that should help you.
1. How to Add Textures Like Glitter in Procreate
This tutorial was an updated video from when I did the one How to Add Gold Foil Textures to Brush Lettering in Procreate. And, even since I re-did the video, Procreate came out with Clipping Masks.
Clipping Masks make life so much easier than before!
- Simply letter on one layer.
- Add your texture as an image above the lettering layer on a new layer.
- Then, tap on the texture layer for the fly-out menu and choose Clipping Mask.
Voila! See how much Procreate has changed just over the past couple of years! Love that.
2. Create an Instagram Worthy Quote in Procreate
When I put this tutorial together I wanted to incorporate both lettering and illustration together. I did take the color palette down from the vault though because I had to make room for new things. But you can screenshot the final image in the post and sample them in Procreate!
This quote uses the grid builder from Ian Barnard (grab it in the post link) – Watch this fun tutorial!
3. Procreate Love Wallpaper Using Letter Builder Toolkit
I loved working with Ian’s Toolkit for this project. I wanted to show you how easy it was to create a simple wallpaper you could use on your iPad and how easy it was to use the toolkit to do it.
4. How to Effectively Use the Reference Feature in Procreate for Filling Colors
Learn how to use the Reference feature in Procreate so you can fill in colors super fast and easily! This one is a time saver for artists.
5. How to Cartoon Yourself in Procreate
And this one – this is one of my most popular tutorials. If you can’t draw, this makes it so you can! I told you that everyone has a creative side!
So which of these tutorials are your favorite? Or perhaps you have another favorite? Leave me a comment and let me know!