Digital Illustration: Learn to Use Procreate



Love digital illustration? Learn how to use Procreate, the award-winning painting app, for your best work yet!


Become a Procreate master and learn a whole new approach to illustration in this fun, accessible class. Taught by illustrator Nguyen Thi Xiem, you’ll learn how to use Procreate on your iPad to create digital artwork like never before. Whether you’re new to digital art or are a seasoned illustrator, you’ll unlock a whole new way to make your ideas a reality.

Key lessons include:

  • Setting up your first canvas
  • Using the select tool, brushes, and erasers
  • Creating and organizing your layers
  • Adding color, texture, and effects

Plus, Xiem shares his favorite shortcuts, tips, and tricks throughout the class, leaving you with an arsenal of tools you can start using right away. With this new tool at your disposal, you’ll be able to create new work wherever you are, unlocking your ability to make the art you’ve always imagined.




  • Introduction
  • Getting Started with Procreate
  • Using Brushes to Draw Thumbnails
  • Sketching on a New Layer
  • Using the Selection Tool
  • Adding Color, Shadow, & Texture
  • Making the Background
  • Final Effects & Tweaks
  • Exporting & Final Thoughts
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