Date(s) – 04/09/2022
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Instructor: Tricia Hampo
Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
One Day Workshop (M) $30(NM) $35 (students bring their own supplies)
Max of 10 students
There are a number of Apps on the marker (available for free or for a small one time fee) that can be used by the artist as tools to planning, developing, and problem-solving in your paintings, collages, drawings etc… This workshop will mostly revolve around the Procreate App for your iPad. Therefore, you will want to have an iPad and an Apple pencil. Please see below for more information. In this workshop, I will introduce you to a few apps that I find useful in my art practice, and I will demonstrate and take you through some basics in using Procreate as a tool for your art. This app costs $10, but what it can do is amazing. We will jest be learning the basics in this workshop, but you could even use this app to be a digital artist. Well worth every penny and fairly user friendly.
What’s the best iPad for 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.
Using Apple Pencil with Procreate
Apple Pencil (2nd Generation) is essential equipment for using Procreate on the two new iPad Pros. Apple Pencil 2 will not pair with any iPads other than the two new Pro models. The original Apple Pencil can be used exclusively with older iPad Pros and the 2018 iPad (6th Generation).