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Create A Dimensional Layered Pumpkin Pie In Procreate

Discussion in 'Others Tutorials' started by voska89, Jan 25, 2023.

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    voska89 Well-Known Member

    Jun 25, 2017
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    Published 1/2023
    MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
    Language: English | Size: 986.77 MB | Duration: 0h 47m
    Use Gaussian Blur, Selections and Gouache Brushes Included to Create an Idyllic Flat Lay Scene​

    What you'll learn
    Learn tips for creating interesting compositions.
    Learn methods for using Gaussian Blur to create natural shadows and light.
    Learn about creating and adjusting pattern brushes.
    Learn methods for keeping the art fully editable for later adjustments and recoloring.
    Procreate experience is an asset.
    Creating a flat lay scene in Procreate is fun and easy with these techniques we will review in class today. We will create a pumpkin pie augmented with texture and dimension created with realistic shadows and highlights.This new class, Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie in Procreate, will show you some of my illustration methodology, and ways to use practical filters like Gaussian Blur to create beautiful dimension. In the class, I take you from start to finish in creating the pie, complete with a cut slice and the platter it sits on. And, I have techniques to help you create a complementary pattern for a tablecloth. We will use many methods to create this idyllic scene. There are many ways you can make it your own and I offer many suggestions along the way.In this class I'll walk you through:my step-by-step method for building the illustrationtips for creating compositionsusing Gaussian Blur to create natural shadows and lightmy workflow for use of layers and other features like snapping for perfecting the illustrationcreating and adjusting pattern brushesusing Gaussian blur to help complete our illustration very realisticallymethods for keeping the art fully editable for later adjustments and recoloringIf you're an aspiring pattern designer with a good basic knowledge of Procreate, you'll be able to go through all the steps. This class will benefit anyone who wishes to learn how to create a flat lay illustration from start to finish and methods to improve efficiency.The key concepts I will include:review of my brush alterations and adjustmentslayering to improve efficiencythe use of clipping masks and alpha lock to work expertly and adeptlya look at Procreate brushes, blending modes and filters, and their adjustmentsapproaches you can take in your creative workIllustration work is a huge part of the design trade, so it is ideal for you to see how it is done by a professional illustrator. Learning new Procreate workflows is always desirable and you will see me go through the process step-by-step. I guarantee you will create something really appealing, and it's so much beneficial to learn how to create dimension, especially in flat lays!Intro to Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie in ProcreateThis video is the intro to Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie Flat Lay in Procreate.Lesson 1: Laying the Foundation with Basic ShapesIn this lesson, I will show you the objectives for class and explain the merits of the technique I use. I walk you through the beginning of planning.Lesson 2: Creating the Whipped Cream and Adding More DimensionIn this lesson, I will break down the complete process of creating the whipped cream garnishes. I show you custom brushes and methods to add dimension I have a fun technique with liquify that makes a dollop of whipped cream look realistic and dimension and very like a can of whipped cream is dispensed to create grooves in the dollop.Lesson 3: Creating a 3-Dimensional WedgeIn this lesson, I will explain how I created the wedge. I will show you some of the key techniques I use and explain every step of the way. By the end of the lesson, you will have created and isolated the wedge using a unique selection method. You will also learn how to add dimensionality even though this is a flat lay.Lesson 4: Adding a Platter and Other DetailsThis is the lesson in which I teach you about creating dimension using Gaussian blur. I show you a bunch more adjustments for brushes as well as we work our way through this lesson.Lesson 5: Creating a Patterned TableclothIn this lesson, we start adding finishing touches to the final artwork. You will see me use several different techniques to add interest and detail. We will experiment with creating a quick pattern for the tablecloth. I show you the pattern brushes I have created, and I explain the settings. Throughout the process you learn much more about brushes.Lesson 6: Finishing TouchesIn this lesson we will explore techniques to add realistic lighting and we will work on the shadows to give it that final punch of reality.Lesson 7: Closing Thoughts and Wrap UpWe will conclude everything in this lesson. I show you a couple of quick mock-ups with the pattern and we end with a chat about next steps.Concepts covered:Concepts covered include but are not limited to Procreate pattern design, Procreate repeat Patterns with brushes, layering, transparency, filters like Gaussian blur and liquify, Procreate brush stamps, Procreate canvas settings, Procreate snapping and guides, selections, Procreate pattern brush creation, the Brush Studio in Procreate, adjusting Procreate brushes, sizing of documents and brushes, using the streamline setting in the brush studio, compositions with pattern brushes, adding texture, procreate brushes for adding interest, workflow best practices, painting best practice, Procreate composites, techniques with paints and blending, and much more.You will get.46 minutes of direction from an instructor who has been in graphic design business and education for over 40 yearsknowledge of multiple ways to solve each design challengeProject DescriptionChallenge yourself today and download and install the Procreate brushes provided to get started on your pumpkin pie flat-lay. Work through each of the lessons, applying the concepts as I teach them. Wherever possible, add your own touches. This can be done with the colors and finishes and by using alternate brushes like those found in the charcoal set from Procreate. Try to create at least one brush, and experiment with changing settings on the brushes provided.
    Section 1: Introduction
    Lecture 1 Laying the Foundation with Basic Shapes
    Lecture 2 Creating the Whipped Cream and Adding More Dimension
    Lecture 3 Creating a 3-Dimensional Wedge
    Lecture 4 Adding a Platter and Other Details
    Lecture 5 Creating a Patterned Tablecloth
    Lecture 6 Finishing Touches
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