Sketches Import your sketch into Procreate 2. Create different layers to work more comfortably To make your job easier, the best thing to do next is to separate your two comic pages into two layers for easy manipulation. To do this, select the left page and click Duplicate Content in the Layers menu. Now delete the original layer. You will now have the two separate pages, each on a different layer. Adjust the layers to the size of the template and lower their opacity to be able to work on the sketch, being able to see your digital traces as well. Lock the layers when they are adjusted to your liking. Now create a new layer and in the
Actions menu turn on the Drawing Guide to bring up a grid that will help you when creating your vignettes. By clicking on the new layer in the Layers menu, you can raster to vector conversion activate the drawing aid, which will allow you to draw completely straight lines using the grid guides. Procreate Tutorial: How to Digitize Your Comic Sketches 5 Adjust the layers to the size of the template and lower their opacity Procreate Tutorial: How to Digitize Your Comic 6 Sketches Turn on the Drawing Guide to bring up a grid 3. Sketch using Procreate brushes Draw the frames of the panels first, taking advantage of the grid guides and using the Stylus tool.
Draw the ones on the left page on one layer and the ones on the right on another (remember that you can easily create new layers by choosing parts of the image and going to the Layers menu). Once you have the frames drawn, it's time to get to work on the sketch itself, using Procreate's Pencil tool. Creating a new layer, start working on the sketch on the left page, laying out where the shapes of the characters and other objects in the panels are going to go. You can adjust your digital sketches at the position or size level; working each of the vignettes on a different layer will help you to have everything more