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How to draw a digital cover of The Grinch illustration using procreate

This tutorial introduce you to learn how to sketch and draw a digital illustration of the Grinch using procreate app.

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This tutorial shows you and introduce you to learn step-by-step of how to make a digital illustration using procreate of The Grinch from the film produced by Universal Pictures, based on children’s story by Theodore “Dr. Seuss” Geisel written in rhymed verse with illustrations by the author. The Grinch is a grouchy, cave-dwelling creature, who hates Christmas; his only companion is his unloved but loyal dog, Max. He resides on the snowy Mount Crumpit, located north of the town of Whoville, home of the warm-hearted Whos.

From his cave, the Grinch can hear the noisy Christmas festivities that take place in Whoville. Continually annoyed, he devises a wicked scheme to steal their presents, trees, and Christmas food. Crudely disguised as Santa Claus and with Max as a reindeer, the Grinch rides a sleigh down the mountain to Whoville, where he begins to steal the Whos’ Christmas presents, Christmas trees and decorations, and food. When briefly interrupted by Cindy Lou Who, the Grinch concocts a crafty lie to effect his escape. He then does the same thing to all the other houses in the village, filling his sleigh.

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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.

Video Tutorial

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Download warm-ups exercises

Warm-up exercises are a critical component of the art process. In sports, professional athletes know that in order to achieve peak performance from their muscles it’s necessary to gradually work up to the demands that are placed on them. Art is no different, save in one respect. Muscle control is certainly a factor but the real benefit of warm-up drawing exercises is the way they engage your mind.

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Tutorial- Grinch
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Handbook

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Learn Isometric Guide

Learn Isometric Guide: Isometric Guides give you the power to add a third dimension to your creations, ideal for engineering, architecture, and other technical graphics.

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Learn Drawing Assist

Drawing Assist: Create technically accurate drawings while Procreate does the heavy lifting. Drawing Assist matches your strokes to the Drawing Guide you’ve chosen so your work flows faster. Drawing Assist aligns your strokes to your Drawing Guide, acting like an invisible ruler.

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Learn Symmetry Guide

Symmetry Guide: Symmetry guides mirror your art across multiple planes for mind-bending effects.

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Learn Basic Gestures

Gestures :The controls will never get in the way of your art again with these intuitive gestures.

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Learn Perspective Guide

Learn Perspective Guide: Perspective Guides offer adjustable vanishing points. Use these to construct realistic objects and backgrounds in your artwork.

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Interface Basic Layout

Interface and Gestures: Every part of Procreate is designed to make your workflow faster. A minimal interface keeps your art in focus, and natural multitouch gestures give you effortless control over your creations.

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Interface Copy/Paste Menu

Copy Paste Menu Options: Access the handy Copy Paste menu with a single gesture.

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Interface Keyboard Shortcuts

Keyboard Shortcuts: Access an array of advanced features instantly by pairing ​any compatible keyboard.

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Interface for Apple Pencil

Apple Pencil: Unlock the full potential of Procreate with the exceptional sensitivity, speed, and precision of Apple Pencil.

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.
Essential Hardware For Using ProcreateThe 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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