Speed Doodling in Procreate


Seeing other artists create speed paintings has peeked my interest enough that I have been wanting to figure out how to create my own. There are moments where I know I have a lot to do, but I just want to take a moment to create something for myself. This time I wanted to figure out how to do a quick video of a digital illustration that I could do on my iPad. I already had the Procreate app on there and what is wonderful is it already records every action as a frame of video.

To export the video, you can go to your Actions menu while on the canvas, tap Share, and tap Export Video. Mine took a little while at first so be patient! I chose to email it to myself since I wanted to pop it into iMovie to add music. The music was already an option to use in iMovie, and I thought about adding info about me to the video but I was impatient.

One thing I noticed right away after creating the movie, the colors appeared a bit different on my computer screen from what I chose on the iPad. Be aware this could happen! Of course, since I did the doodle rather fast, every time I look at it I feel I could make it a little brighter and give it higher contrast. Artist’s work is never done right? 🙂

Click here to see the speed painting video on YouTube of the drawing you see below!

Speed Doodling in Procreate

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2 thoughts on “Speed Doodling in Procreate

  1. lovelaughwithme

    Jaimeeeee!!! You’re using Procreate app too? Do you love it? I freaking love it. I don’t remember how I uploaded the speed painting vid from Procreate to Vimeo cause I don’t think I went through the iMovie. Great job! //Eilla

  2. @lovelaughwithme YES, I am! It is similar to Sketchbook that I used to use on my iPhone. I have had Procreate on my iPad and haven’t messed with it a ton, but I do really like it. Pretty awesome to be able to export a video too! 🙂 Thank you!

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