Skillshare Class: Digital Paper Collage in Procreate: Embracing the Perfectly Imperfect

Downloads for the Class

Welcome to the class, “Digital Paper Collage in Procreate: Embracing the Perfectly Imperfect.” So happy to have you join me!

I will be going over how to import the brushes and palettes in the class as well as how to easily pull the reference photos in for use with your illustration. See you in class!


Download the Procreate Paper Collage Brush Pack

Color Palettes:

Download Eggplant, Mushroom, Garlic, Onion Palette

Download Tomato, Golden Beet, Peas, Carrot Palette

Download Purple Beet, Broccoli, Turnip Palette

Digital Papers:

These are high resolution files. I recommend saving them to a Cloud file that you can access from your iPad and only pull in those you need. I will show you my process during the class.

Download Digital Collage Papers

Please note: Because these files are so large, in the class I am going to show you how to insert them one at a time. You can also select multiple files at once by using Split Screen. Just be careful how many large files you import all at once as you can potentially freeze or crash your app. Below is a screencast I did of the Split Screen process.

Additional Resources:

Tracey’s Paper Collage Inspiration Board on Pinterest

Vegetable Reference Photographs on Unsplash

Vegetable Reference Photographs on Pixabay

Vegetable Reference Images on Flickr Commons

Why Digital Paper Collage?

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