Illustration with Rhythm and Soul on Procreate
Illustration with Rhythm and Soul on Procreate : Learn basic concepts in drawing, lighting, and color to create vibrant illustrations in your own style.
Music is often used as a means to express how we feel without the use of words. Illustrator Ataul takes this idea a step even further by capturing the essence of a song and representing it visually. Discover how to pay tribute to your idols by creating illustrations as harmonic as your favorite tune and filling them with color, texture, and shape in Procreate.
In this course, learn how to illustrate with Procreate using basic drawing concepts like geometry, anatomy, lighting, and color. Using your favorite artist or band as inspiration, see how to create a truly eye-catching composition. By the end of the course, you’ll be able to use Procreate like a pro and use it for your next big project.
Get to know Ataul’s work and experience, his connection to illustration, and his favorite interests and influences. Then, learn a bit more about what is taught in this course and see how to get started creating your final project.
Discover Procreate’s interface, focusing on Ataul’s favorite tools and actions. Learn the geometric construction method for building a human body and discover how to represent volume by understanding light, tonal values, and color.
Apply what you’ve learned to get started on your final project. Follow Ataul’s steps for getting your illustration off the ground and understanding the general ideas behind outline, shape, and color.
In the final unit, learn how to highlight different aspects of your illustrated composition by adding visual noise and color transitions for extra realism. Lastly, add the finishing touches to your project and export it to create a silkscreen print that can be applied to textiles, or used on paper to make a poster or sticker.
What is this course’s project?
Create an illustration inspired by your favorite music artist or band with Ataul’s step-by-step method.
Who is it for?
For those who love to draw, illustration enthusiasts, and music fans.
What you need
To take this course, no previous drawing experience is needed.
As for materials, you’ll need an iPad Pro with Procreate and an Apple Pencil.
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