How I Use Procreate | Part 2 Coloring and Shading by Holly Pixels
If you have ever wonder how I use Procreate to create my artwork I’m going to show you! This is Part 2 in my series where I will take you on the journey of how I color and do shading in Procreate.
In Part 3, I will walk you through the process of how I actually vector my artwork. I prefer to vector all of my artwork if I’m going to take it further like in surface pattern designs or an enamel pin.
I prefer to sketch and ink out my first ideas using Procreate, similar to a sketch book. I never use Procreate for my finals. Procreate has pixelation issues when you rotate or resize things. I see this complaint all of the time on the Procreate community forums. So, like a sketchbook, I draw out my ideas and then send it to my computer to finalize and tweak.
Supplies Used in How I Use Procreate Video Part 2
This video was created in 2018. Procreate app has gone through some updates so there may be a few changes since this video was made originally.
- iPad Pro 12.9″ Second Gen
- Apple Pencil
- Procreate App for iPad Pro
- Apple Pencil Grip
- Colo Mono Brush from Colorado Set
My Reviews on Screen Protectors
At the time of this blog post I am still testing this protector. Please note that I ended up NOT liking it and took it off. I do not use a screen protector on my iPad at all. I don’t like how it makes my iPad Pro retina screen have weird coloring like a rainbow effect. I prefer to not use one at all.
Watch How I Use Procreate | Part 2 Coloring and Shading by Holly Pixels
I’ll walk you through my step by step of how I color and shade in Procreate.
Complete the Series
Watch the other two videos in this series: