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Real artists use Procreate! Online short course

Where
Online
Online
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When

Tuesdays, 9:30am to 12:30pm Tuesday 8 February 2022 to Tuesday 29 March 2022

Cost

Adult: $425Concession: $405

Unlock a whole new way to make your creative ideas a reality using Procreate – an iPad program for anyone who wants to create art in an incredibly versatile way.

Would you like to use the Procreate software for fine art creation rather than graphic commercial art styles? Rose Morrison teaches you to navigate the interface and choose the specific digital tools to create life-like drawings and paintings, specifically for the fine artist, and mix the digital colour palette for unlimited colour choices.

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