Whether you’re already familiar with Procreate or opening it for the first time, we’ll be looking at our top 7 features and gestures to help you move around the Procreate interface like a pro!
Commercial art is forever at the mercy of the axiom “Fast, Cheap, Good: Pick Two.” That is to say, if you want it fast and cheap, you’re going to sacrifice quality. If you want it cheap and good, it’s going to take a while—and if you want it good and fast, you’re going to pay through the nose.
Learn how to simulate retro artwork in this three-part series dedicated to the history of printing methods and how to recreate them digitally. In part two of the series, we’ll explore the history of color in printing including lithography, four-color printing, and more.
Learn the secrets of simulating vintage artwork in this three-part series. These articles are a must-read for digital artists, illustrators, comic book creators, and print designers looking to bring retro touches to their work.
Learn how to use clipping masks, layer masks, and alpha lock in this easy to understand tutorial for Procreate. Discover the difference between each type of mask and the pros and cons of each type of mask. This article includes plenty of visual examples and animated GIFS to demonstrate concepts.
Learn how to make a retro space pistol illustration in Photoshop. This video tutorial takes an illustrative approach to making the design using shapes and texture for authentic retro design.
Learn how to draw a Hanna-Barbera-inspired grave robber illustration in Procreate with this professional tutorial. Take our hand and we'll walk you all the way from inspiration and sketching to a creepy finished grave robbin' fiend.
In this tutorial, we'll show you how to create a screen print of your Procreate artwork using ColorLab. We give you a brief overview of the screen printing process with some tips on how to get the best results including prepping your Procreate artwork for print, color separation, setting your supplies up to print and more.
We've always been fans of Little Golden Books, Mary Blair, and the classic mid-century illustration painting aesthetic. In this video, our good friend Brad Woodard of Brave the Woods is going to show us how to create a cozy winter landscape with mid-century warmth.