Learn more about it in our first post:
Then join us to #VisualizeIT and check off that New Year resolution to learn a new skill!
The workshop happens Dec 5, 2020 at 1pm EST. It is free and online - register here to get the event link and be notified of resources and recordings after the fact.
This session will introduce you to the basics of Procreate, a drawing app for the Apple iPad. We will go through different brushes and tools, basic drawing techniques, how to use layers, and some animation basics. No prior experience is necessary but you will need an iPad with Procreate if you want to follow along (an Apple pencil would be helpful as well).
Watch the recording here:
Gu is an iOS programmer and illustrator. She works on providing open access to education. For illustrating, she makes comics exploring family relationships and self reflection. In her spare time she enjoys dancing and making things with her hands!
- Find her on [Twitter][@_gubean)
- Read her blog to learn about her other intiatives.
- See her art on Instagram
She also created all the speaker cards artwork for this series (see the banner image for an example) - and we are forever grateful
Check out these sketchnotes and tweets from the event:
Nitya Narasimhan🚨 An hour away!
🗓 Dec 5, 2020 (TODAY)
🕐 1-2pm EST
📣 Live Link: aka.ms/SketchnoteSeri…
ℹ️ Blog Post: dev.to/azure/visualiz…
Join @_gubean as we kick off the first #VisualizeIT visual storytelling workshop series with @MSFTReactor @letssketchtech @azureadvocates
✨ ✨✨✨ twitter.com/nitya/status/1…16:56 PM - 05 Dec 2020Nitya Narasimhan @nitya📣 PSA: The multi-talented @_gubean kicks off #VisualizeIT tomorrow. She made all speaker cards below so I can't wait to learn how do more with @Procreate!! 🚨Join @MSFTReactor & @letssketchtech When: Dec 5 | 1pm EST Where: https://t.co/K2IrMQ9QCX What: https://t.co/K2IrMQ9QCX https://t.co/1UAZhDv82r
Gu did an earlier version of this workshop at the LetsSketchTech in May 2020 that gives you an idea of what you might learn.
If you liked this series, follow @letssketchtech on Twitter and right here on dev.to.