Nikko takes you behind the scenes of how he works, with the iPad as his sketchbook. He guides you step-by-step, revealing how to get the most out of this powerful art tool.
Note: This course is structured for students with a basic knowledge of Procreate. A simple understanding of the interface and tools is recommended.
Starting with a blank canvas, Nikko builds up the image of a creepy character and his alien photograph. He will also be showcasing some of the powerful new features of this first release version of Procreate 4. The entire course is filmed live, so you get to see how he works, brush stroke by brush stroke.
He also reveals tips and tricks that you can use to get more out of your artwork.
Highlights from the course include:
- Follow Nikko from start to finish creating the “Alien Photo” artwork
- Tool tips and techniques you can use immediately in your own artwork
- 7 exclusive downloadable brushes created by Nikko and used in this course
- The full resolution, finished artwork as a download
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This course is held by one of the world’s leading iPad Artists – Nikolai Lockertsen.
Nikolai works as an Art director, Concept Artist and Matte Painter in the movie and TV industry. He has an impressive career behind him, having worked on such movies as “Troll Hunter”, Oscar-nominated “Kon Tiki”, “Max Manus” and “The Mortal Instruments”, to name but a few.
He regularly works with Hollywood Director Harald Zwart and continues to develop his art to stunning new levels. He is often travelling between movie locations and international film studios, and his iPad always travels with him.
In this video from Savage Interactive (the makers of Procreate), he talks about why he enjoys using Procreate for iPad so much:
Here is the list of items you will need:
- iPad 3 or newer
- ProCreate iPad app (iTunes)
- Touch-screen pen for the iPad, (pressure sensitivity optional)
Course downloads become automatically available once the course is purchased.
Exclusive to this course are the brushes Nikko created and used. You will be able to import them to Procreate from your iPad here:
Images from the course:
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