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Drawing Harry Potter, Snape and Ron Weasley in Anime Style

Tutorial to create an anime style drawing of Harry Potter, Snape and Ron Weasley using procreate.

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This tutorial will introduce you step-by-step how to make a digital sketch line art and drawing of Severus Snape, Harry Potter and Ron Weasley.  Snape is one of the most highly-debated characters in the “Harry Potter” franchise. On one hand, he was a vindictive bully. But on the other, he was living a secret double life as both a Death Eater and a member of the Order of the Phoenix.

Little-known facts about Severus Snape that ‘Harry Potter’ fans probably don’t know

  • Severus Snape is one of the most divisive characters in the entire “Harry Potter” series.
  • He was a double agent, so many character details were kept a secret, and little is known about his life outside of Hogwarts.
  • However, it is known that his mother was a witch and his father was a Muggle, which led to the moniker “The Half-Blood Prince.”
  • Snape’s first and last names also have significant meanings for the character. 

Severus Snape is one of the most highly-debated characters in the “Harry Potter” franchise. On one hand, he was a vindictive bully. But on the other, he was living a secret double life as both a Death Eater and a member of the Order of the Phoenix. The name Severus translates to “strict” or “stern” in Latin, which seems to match the professor’s demeanor quite well. 

According to the official Wizarding World site, his last name is based on the Old Norse word “sneypa” meaning “to outrage, disgrace or dishonor.” Seeing as he was a double agent, this also fits.  But his surname also holds ancestral significance in England, where it’s tied to families who lived near the snæp (boggy land) in North Yorkshire, the Lowlands, and Suffolk. Snape was a half-blood, born to a Muggle father named Tobias Snape and a witch mother named Eileen Prince. His father was neglectful and sometimes abusive, which may have contributed to Snape’s disdain for Muggles. At some point during his school years, he decided to reject his father’s name entirely, giving himself the moniker “The Half-Blood Prince” with his mother’s maiden name instead. The films give the impression that Snape grew up alongside Lily and her sister, Petunia. Although both families did live in the fictional English town of Cokeworth, they resided in two different neighborhoods.

Snape’s family lived on Spinner’s End, which is shown as a run-down street in “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince,” insinuating that Snape’s family wasn’t very wealthy. Snape was a Slytherin when he was at Hogwarts, and like many students in that house, he excelled at Potions, the Dark Arts, and Charms. Snape’s death is one of the most emotional moments in the series. In the film, as Harry is holding a dying Snape in his arms, the professor uses his final words to repeat a line we’ve heard from several other characters throughout the series: “You have your mother’s eyes.”

By the end of this course, you`ll know how to set up  and use the fur effect, brushes, understand how layers works, colors, shadings etc.. This guide shows you how to create a new level skills in drawing blending skin filling effects. This quick start guide shows you the basic, and step-by-step from the sketching to the drawing, filling to get the realistic effect.

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The Benefits Of Using Procreate

Procreate makes it easy to organize your artwork in a gallery format familiar to Photoshop users; import files from other devices and locations; use hand gestures to zoom in and out of your artwork and undo changes to work. You can also perform professional-level compositing and adjustment of layers and generally create and develop your artwork at a speed that can keep up with your imagination.

Perhaps most important to many seasoned professionals, Procreate offers easy integration with existing workflows — you can move back and forth between other apps and platforms as required by your preferred methods, your clients, or the needs of a specific project. There are other professional-grade digital art apps available, but at the moment none match the power, flexibility, and complete functionality and feature-set of Procreate.

The latest version of the Procreate for iPad app is 4.2.1, and it requires an iPad running iOS 11.1 or newer. That means the latest version of Procreate can run on all five of the iPad models currently on sale from Apple: iPad Pro (12.9-in., 11-in., and 10.5-in. models), iPad (6th Generation, 2018) and iPad Mini 4. Previous iPad models capable of running the latest version of Procreate are iPad Pro 9.7-in., iPad 5th Generation (2017), iPad Air, iPad Air 2, and iPad Mini 2 and 3. Older versions of Procreate run on many older iPad models. To get the full, up-to-date Procreate experience, you’ll want to have one of the two iPad models that arrived in November 2018: the 12.9-in. or 11-in. iPad Pro. These two models are the only devices compatible with the new Apple Pencil.

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