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Draw like DISNEY (+ Free face template!)




Want to turn yourself into a Disney character?


Today's tutorial covers all the steps you need to learn how to draw a face like Disney, from sketching to shading AND there's even a free template* you can use if you want to make it extra easy 🤍


Check out the tutorial on YouTube: https://youtu.be/-efw9jlwcME

Not feeling like sketching?


Jump ahead by using my free template! Installation instructions below.


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Step 0: Get the template onto your iPad


  • If you already have your Procreate Jump-Start Kit, the template will automatically be added to the "template"s section of your download hub. Simply log in using your password, no need to subscribe again!

  • If you don't have a Procreate Jump-Start Kit, you can grab one for free here: https://bit.ly/jumpstartprocreate

The goal here is to get the paper image onto your iPad. Here are a few common ways to do this:

  • You can download the file straight from my website directly onto your iPad

  • You can email the file to yourself if you initially got it on a different device

  • You can AirDrop the file to your iPad from another Apple device

Step 1: Locate the file in your iPad's downloads


Depending on the method you used to download the image, the file will either end up...

  • In your camera roll, with all the other pictures on your iPad

  • In the Files app (blue folder icon) that comes with your iPad, which looks like this:


Step 2: Add the template to your Procreate canvas

  • From the wrench icon menu, in the Add sub-menu, select either Insert a file (if the image was saved in your Files app) or Insert a photo (if the image was saved in your Camera roll)

  • Locate the image and tap on it


Step 3: Rename the template layer

  • In the layer panel, tap on the layer once

  • Select Rename

  • Type in Template


Step 4: Lower the layer opacity

  • In the layer panel, tap on the small letter next to the layer's visibility check mark

  • Lower the opacity slider to 33%


Step 5: Lock the layer

  • In the layer panel, swipe your layer towards the left with one finger

  • Select Lock. This will ensure you won't accidentally draw on the template!



Step 6: Draw!

Use the template to follow along with the rest of the Disney character tutorial!




 

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