Here’s what you’re going to get:
- Procreate training module videos with Tim Baron working on a poster illustration from start to finish.
- Drawing Fundamentals Bonus Course
- Tim’s Art Supply list
- Time lapse videos of Tim in action making epic monster illustrations
- Source Material Including sketches and final files
In this comprehensive Procreate course, you will follow Illustrator, Tim Baron through an entire “Astro Zombies” poster design from concept to finish.
Tim opens up his creative process and shows you an in depth, behind the scenes look at his entire workflow, for two and a half hours. This course is geared for those who want to take their Procreate skills to the next level, and especially for beginners who may be intimidated by the Procreate app.
This course will strengthen your Procreate Skills and show you how much you can do with some basic knowledge and a handful of brushes.
This course will also teach you how to brainstorm, plan, sketch, and build the illustration in your mind before you even open up Procreate.
Main Class: 90 Minutes
Bonus Material: 60 Minutes
(2,5 Hours Total)
You can save even more with this Procreate Brush Bundle Deal:
When you buy our Procreate Brush Bundle (163 Brushes) with this class from Tim Baron, you get an ADDITIONAL 25% OFF on the bundle.
Just use the code "PROCREATE" at checkout.
That's all of our 4 Procreate Brush Packs for only $40.5
About the designer
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Tim Baron is an artist, illustrator, and skateboarder living in the netherworld of Northeast Indiana. He’s designed action figures for SUPER7 and over a dozen skate decks for Creature Skateboards. He’s been active in the “art toy“ community for several years where he’s become known for his intense card art and his customs which have included the Star Wars Holiday special, “Lumpy,” the Krull Cyclops, Critters, Ghoulies, Leprechaun, and most recently, his “V” visitor action figure.
Tim creates in traditional and digital media. In 2019 he made the jump to the iPad Pro and Procreate where he spends much of his time creating. Tim‘s style can best be described as “fun-scary.” He continues to be inspired by the toys, monsters, nostalgic artifacts, and joyful memories of his childhood.
Toys and Skateboarding helped make Tim the artist he is today.