Procreate Essentials: Paint a Blue Dart Frog
What you'll learn
- Learn the basics of digital painting in Procreate
- How to paint a naturalistic illustration
- Apple Pencil (or similar)
In this course you will learn how to paint a Blue Dart Frog, which is a poisonous frog, so be very careful!
You’ll become confident in the full process of creating an illustration from scratch, using a variety of brushes and techniques.
The course is mainly designed for beginners and intermediate level students, that are looking to improve their painting skills and get familiar with Procreate.
We’ll start by understanding the basics of Procreate
Then, we'll block out the volumes and define the dark and light areas
We’ll add a series of additional details in order to create an intricate skin texture
Lastly, we’ll create an abstract background
If you already know how to draw, or maybe you just want to focus on the painting process, the drawing is available to download!
Resources available to download (1 psd file):
By the end of the course you will have the knowledge to paint using a variety of brushes, and to take that next step on your career path.
The painter in you is about to be awakened! Let's get started!
Who this course is for:
- The course is designed for beginners and intermediate users wanting to learn how to paint in Procreate
- Anyone in love with Procreate and wish to get better at painting
Maurizio De Angelis was born in Rome and grew up surrounded by some of Europe’s most celebrated art and architecture.
It is little wonder that he went on to study Fine Art, specialising in traditional painting, at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Rome and in Florence.
Living in London (UK) since 2004, he works as a 3D modeller and scientific illustrator, creating digital contents for the media and publishing industries.
His work has appeared in films, TV commercials, books and journals for a wide range of clients.
Alongside his career as an illustrator, Maurizio continues to paint, taking private commissions for portraits using oil paint on wood supports.