iPad Art: Introduction to Procreate

iPad Art: Introduction to Procreate

$225.00 inc. GST

Lecturer: Alex Beckinsale
Mon 8 Jul – Wed 10 Jul
9.30am – 12.30pm
Level – Beginners to Intermediate

 

Are you looking to take your iPad art to the next level? Join our upcoming Winter School course with Alex Beckinsale and start creating unique and exciting digital drawings.

 

This course is designed to help beginners in digital art develop their skills. Alex will guide you through a range of digital techniques and tools to help you create dynamic and unique artwork.

 

Please ensure that your iPad is fully charged before the start of each day. (Personal iPad chargers will not be permitted for use in class.)

 

Please note: This course is designed for participants with some previous drawing experience.
The focus in this course will be on how to best utilise digital software for drawing, rather than an introductory course on drawing itself. If you do not have any previous drawing experience, and are wanting to learn more about how to draw, we recommend taking one of our Drawing Fundamentals courses in Term 3.

 

Materials required:

  • iPad with Procreate installed (Or other similar drawing software such as Autodesk Sketchbook)
  • Apple Pencil or other stylus

 

Alex Beckinsale is an early career artist whose work is inspired by strange narratives, folklore, and popular culture. She graduated from Adelaide Central School of Art with a Bachelor of Visual Art (Honours) in 2016. She focuses on figurative art and portraiture, often constructing otherworldly and mysterious situations in her work.

alexbeckinsale.com

@alex.beckinsale

 

Please read the Terms and Conditions before completing your enrolment.

Categories:Winter SchoolShort Courses
Discipline:Digital Drawing
Experience Level:BeginnerIntermediate

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