PROCREATE ADVANCED TUTORIALS

Do you want to go further than the Procreate beginner and intermediate tutorials? You want to take a deep dive and watch challenging Procreate tutorials. Then you will probably like these advanced Procreate tutorials. We will cover a wide variety of subjects, but the videos don’t have step by step instructions. I will walk you through my thought process and show you my digital painting techniques. The tutorials always come with brushes and color palettes for patrons. You can also check my working file to take a closer look at my work.

Rather watch free content? Then you might want to start with my You Can Draw This series. If you want to learn about the basics and improve your sketching techniques, then you’ll want to watch my Learn to Sketch classes.

Patrons pick a reference photo each month to paint in a tutorial. In July they picked this street with neon signs! In this 2+ hour video you will see the process of this painting, fully narrated of course. The video comes with a color palette, working file and all the brushes are available to patrons of course.

In this 2+ hour video I will walk you through the process of painting this owl in an autumn scene.

We’ll create a colorful parrot in this advanced Procreate tutorial!

In this 3 hour long video you’ll see the painting process of this city scene. Let me note that this is not a step by step tutorial, but an insight into my thought/painting process. It’s quite messy and I have made some turns and changed some things during the process.

In this 4,5+ hour video you will see the full process of painting this portrait in Procreate.

In this 75 min video I will show you the process of painting a realistic eye in Procreate.

In this 75 min video tutorial, I walk you through my process of painting this black & white portrait. I’ll show you how I like to add texture to the skin. Painting portraits in black and white is a great practice, since it allows you to focus on values and edges without getting distracted by color.

In this Procreate tutorial we’ll create this magical spring forest. I will show you how I approach painting a scene like this in Procreate.

In this 2 hour video I will show you the process of painting this rainy street scene, mostly using the chalk pencil. I will demonstrate how you can use the perspective guide and how you can use the selection tool to create crisp edges in this scene. We’ll also be using a color dogde brush to add light in this scene.

A full process video (narrated of course!) of a black and white portrait. I will show you how you can paint old skin in Procreate.

Here’s a 2 hour+ video in which I will walk you through my process of painting this space landscape. Starting out with a thumbnail sketch, adding values, experimenting with color and then adding more and more details to the painting. 

Learn how to create soft long fur in this cat painting tutorial.

In this 1 hour and 45 minute video tutorial I will talk you through the process of painting this underwater scene with a turtle. For the sketch I used the Sketch it! brush from the Illustration brush set and the rest was painted using the Basic Flo brush set.

Learn how to use hair brushes to create this messy hairstyle in Procreate.

We’ll create this realistic looking eye with make up in Procreate. I will show you how you can use special brushes to create a glossy, shiny effect in your digital painting.

In this 1,5 hour video I will show you the process of painting a snake in Procreate. The level is intermediate to advanced. I will show you how you can add depth of field and add interest to your painting by varying the amount of detail.

Let’s create a realistic dog portrait in this advanced tutorial. You’ll learn how to paint short dark fur.

We’ll create a beautiful landscape with a waterfall in Procreate in this advanced tutorial.

In this video I will guide you through the steps of painting a tiger. I will show you how I build up fur and what brushes you can use for it. I will also show you a nice trick to work on your shadows and lights in the final stages, using a multiply and screen layer.

In this Procreate tutorial I will show you how you can create a realistic looking ‘magic’ bottle.