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Procreate vs Photoshop – Best Digital Painting Software for Beginners

November 2, 2019

You know that Procreate and Photoshop are the best digital painting softwares out there in this video we are going to compare both and I’m going to tell you what are the advantages and disadvantages of each one of them What’s up guys Lucas here I’m a professional concept artist and illustrator working for the video game industry and if you’re new to the channel welcome here we talk about all sorts of art related content so if that’s something that you like subscribe let’s start the comparison with one of the most important things the price a few years back Photoshop used to be a one-time payment software around $800 but since the CC versions Adobe decided that it was time to change into a subscription mode the price of that subscription is around 10 dollars per month but for a lot of people that make their living using the software it didn’t sound quite like a good idea the reason being of course that if you subscribe to the software and you plan to use it for your entire life you will end up paying Adobe way more than the $800 right on the other side you can get procreate in the App Store for 10 bucks so in the price category it really it’s a no-brainer procreate absolutely wins second point usage in the industry Photoshop has been the industry standard for years and years so if you plan to do this thing professionally you will find that in every scenario Photoshop is the tool to go is the standard in the studio it is the standard in the company does that mean that professionals do not use procreate not at all like a lot of my coworkers use procreate in their personal use but not any of them that I know use Procreate for their professional work so in the industry standard definitely Photoshop is the winner comparison point number three versatility Photoshop has always been meant to be a photography software and of course you can see it in the name right Photoshop now of course a lot of time has passed and the Photoshop has a lot of tools dedicated to artists but still you can see that you have all the bulk of tools for photography photo manipulation and and even animation like a million things more right instead you have procreate on the other side that you can imagine it as kind of stripped out version of Photoshop that doesn’t have anything else than the painting tool so if we are talking about versatility in Photoshop you can do a thousand more things that you can do in procreate point goes to Photoshop point number four let’s talk about the hardware to be able to use Photoshop you need a reliable machine it’s not like you need the latest graphics car then like thirty two gigabytes of RAM but you need a decent computer that unfortunately gets you only half way there because after that you need a graphic tablet that is a Wacom or any of the other brands that are out there that combo costs a lot more money than you would think on the other hand if you want to start using procreate what you need is an iPad but also you need the Apple pencil those two things together will cost you less than what a good computer with a graphic tablet costs so all of this means that if you already have a good computer maybe you will be better if you invest only on a Wacom or another tablet on the other hand if you do not have a reliable computer yet then maybe you are better getting yourself an iPad with an Apple pencil that are cheaper together so in hardware the decision is yours to be honest because it really depends on what you are looking for what what works for you the best let’s talk about point number five that is innovation let’s be honest here Adobe is a gigantic company with probably tens of thousands of employees that means that changes innovations or improvements take a long time to happen on the other side savage the creators of procreate are our company that really consists of only a handful of people that really pay attention to everything the community says and the community asks that means that updates happen superfast and in every single one you can see massive improvements sewing innovation the point goes to procreate let’s talk about point number six brushes Photoshop has always had some problems to store your brushes that’s the reason why I use tool presets instead of brush presets but that’s me brushes in procreate on the other hand are super nicely organized I love how procreate organizes their brushes the problem is that it doesn’t matter which one has the most beautiful display of the brushes the truth of the matter is that Photoshop has been out for so many years that the amount of brush packages and brush possibilities that you have for Photoshop is just infinite instead in procreate even though if that selection is growing fast you’re you’re still very limited so you are pretty much on your own to make your brushes or stick with the default ones another disadvantage of procreate in the in the brushes is that most probably you are already a Photoshop user right because Photoshop is the industry standard so everyone uses Photoshop and that means that you probably have euro brushes your own brush selection that you use every single day the problem is that you cannot import Photoshop brushes into procreate so that means that you are stuck without your trusty brush collection that you use in Photoshop so in brushes it is a close one but the point goes to photoshop point number seven let’s talk about the productivity I have being a Photoshop user for more than a decade now that means that by now I am pretty much used to the tools in Photoshop so for me personally there is no question I am way faster in Photoshop that I am in procreate one of the main reasons for that is that I can use the keyboard in Photoshop and you can use a keyboard also in procreate but the problem is that you cannot bind the keys you have to get used to another key bindings now that is just my personal opinion because a lot of other artists I know say that the gestures are way faster than trying to navigate menus so we’ll say that this one is also a draw none of them gets the point because if you start using Photoshop you will be faster in Photoshop if you start using procreate you will be faster in great point number eight horsepower you know that Photoshop is going to win this one look it really doesn’t matter what ipad you get this one is the biggest one that they sell and still is way smaller than your average monitor another one is the platform in procreate you’re limited to the iPad of course so that means that you have to use iOS instead if you use Photoshop you can use a full-fledged Mac a full-fledged Windows and that gives a lot more possibilities right using procreate you are limited to a battery dependent device that means that you’re going to to be stuck to a wall 16 hours a day drawing in this thing so yes in horse power of course Photoshop wins and point number 9 accessibility Photoshop is overwhelming I remember still the first time that I got inside of the of the software and that thing was scary as fuck I don’t know if you felt like that but I remember seeing the men use the tools and it was just like so much so much information and so many options that I really did I know where to go or where to start it just doesn’t feel artist friendly you know what I mean on the other hand procreate is made to be simple is amazing that UI is super clean super friendly you have like zero options all the options are hidden beneath other options so that you are not confused it is very artists friendly so in accessibility of course the winner is procreate so that gives us three points for procreate and four points for Photoshop so for me Photoshop is the winner but for you it may be different some of the of the reasons that I mentioned above Colby could be heavier for you than they are for other people for example let’s say that your traditional artist art is really just your hobby and you want to try digital painting then most probably I would go with procreate because it would be a cheaper option and also way more accessible than trying to learn the whole Photoshop program right if you cannot pay that $20 every single month instead you can just pay $10 and procreate is for eases yours forever of course you’re going to prefer procreate than Photoshop so yes it really it really depends on who you are and what you’re looking for but I hope that this this comparison helped you make the decision question guys which one is your favorite procreate or Photoshop I told you already that mine is Photoshop but yeah I would love to hear from you guys why which one and why is your favorite that’s it for me guys thank you very much for watching this video till the end please leave me a like if it was useful and of course subscribe for more art related content and I’ll see you guys on the next video bye


  • Reply 狐墨Vulpinks February 20, 2019 at 8:53 pm

    Great vid! I have both but love using my iPad way more than my other tablet – buuuuuut I’m really looking forward to photoshop being available for the iPad 🙂

  • Reply Claudio Hervian February 20, 2019 at 9:00 pm

    😀 i use medibang, is free and really easy to learn i also use photoshop but only the cs4 :v

  • Reply P A P February 20, 2019 at 9:04 pm

    I´m still getting into digital art and I bought a wacom, so I don´t have anything left for programs.
    Can you review some free programs?

  • Reply Bruna K. Tivo February 20, 2019 at 9:33 pm

    I love Photoshop and I'd love to get an iPad and try procreate out, but now I'd recommend you check out corel painter, is one of the best softwares for painting, even though it doesn't get the proper attention it deserves, you can mimic precisely traditional paintings with it due to its brush engine! And it's been used by many professionals out there

  • Reply idk February 20, 2019 at 9:41 pm

    Love your channel!!

    From a YouTuber named Lander Towne she shows how Clip Studio Paint is worth it rather than photoshop. In case you struggle with financial issues and you’re looking for a program as good as photoshop use Clip Studio Paint.

    I personally don’t use any of these programs I just wanted to put this out there for people who are looking for other programs rather than photoshop.

    (Hope I was of help!)

  • Reply PixieStyx February 20, 2019 at 11:31 pm

    I do a lot of lined artwork and have trouble with photoshop because it doesn't have a line stabilizer built in. I'm not sure if Procreate does either, since I don't have it. I use Paint Tool SAI 2 and love it!

  • Reply ThonyOreSama February 20, 2019 at 11:35 pm

    I’ll go for Clip Studio Paint, I have it both on the Ipad and my PC, so it’s really easy to go between them and the cloud service it’s really useful for that. And well I got really used to that, I have Procreate and Photoshop too, I use photoshop for editing some photos, and procreate I don’t really use it that much

  • Reply nelson cancio February 20, 2019 at 11:48 pm

    For me, both of them are super great! I use photoshop for my work and procreate for my hobby.

  • Reply Queen Freddie February 21, 2019 at 12:47 am

    Your videos are actually really helpful and professional, love it. You deserve more subscribers

  • Reply Daniella13 R. February 21, 2019 at 1:24 am

    It's not clip studio paint? Ok…. ( ; __ ; ) Anyways, thanks for the video, I'll consider buying procreate because CSP is a monthly subscription on the ipad and procreate is a one time buy. 🙂

  • Reply janna February 21, 2019 at 3:26 am

    i prefer photoshop just because this is what is more available to me but i dream having an ipad and apple pencil. i imagine it to be more easier to draw there rather than assembling your laptop and your tablet 🙁

  • Reply Kuda Sibanda February 21, 2019 at 5:01 am

    clip studio paint

  • Reply Belinda Ward February 21, 2019 at 11:35 am

    I’m all about my PS cs4. I’m lucky to have both, but PS is my workhorse. I can draw extremely high res on a large screen and not have to worry about layer limits, lag and a small screen. I do like that I can do my smaller scale art on Procreate when I can’t be at the pc, or can take it to a park or the beach to draw digitally 🙂
    Great video as always!

  • Reply VanaHeyls February 21, 2019 at 11:57 am

    I've seen soooo many videos about Procreate, the IpadPro and the apple pencil when I first thought about buying one. The truth is… I paint digitally since a few years and I barely used PS at all, I didn't like the lines, didn't like the interface, and quickly I jumped in SAI / Clip studio bcs they are more "artist friendly". So when I got my Ipad and Procreate I got the same feeling on SAI (which doesn't have many brushes etc) and it felt reaaaalllly easy to switch from one to the other ! Def more point to procreate in my case =P (even if sometimes I miss PS's versability, especially with animation). Thanks for your video, I like your content more and more every day =)

  • Reply Ape Regina February 21, 2019 at 12:27 pm

    I use medibang 'cause I'm broke. Lol. The software doesn't make you a better artist they just help you achieve the result. Look up Jyundee on YT. Anyway I really enjoy your content!

  • Reply nebula north February 21, 2019 at 12:42 pm

    I dont like procreate cause of the streamline feature. I wish they would change it to a regular stabilizer like the one on clip studio paint or paint tool Sai

  • Reply Alyazya Abubaker February 21, 2019 at 2:02 pm

    “That you’re going to be stuck to a wall 16 hours a day” •-• correct me if I’m wrong but I’m pretty sure a computer has a lesser chance of moving from a wall too..

  • Reply Kian F February 21, 2019 at 2:11 pm

    I like your videos a lot

  • Reply Bamkyre February 21, 2019 at 2:34 pm

    Lucas, there is this artist working on MTG who is now working on procreate exclusively to do her paintings.

  • Reply Non Copyright February 21, 2019 at 4:34 pm

    Nice vid!

  • Reply Amandu February 22, 2019 at 12:15 am

    This video was extremely interés and very useful

  • Reply ApolloIsBurning February 22, 2019 at 5:53 am

    I started digitally painting on PS with a Wacom tablet and always found the UI clunky. I tend to do most of my art 90% on Procreate on an iPad Pro and only use PS for those final color editing moments. I like the portability, I have also gotten really used to the gestures, and I found I improved a lot more but that could be the transition from drawing tablet to an actual screen. I’m interested to see what’ll happen when PS comes to the iPad without the need for astropad.

  • Reply GOT TO PAINT THEM ALL! February 22, 2019 at 5:41 pm

    Great vid Lucas…….I love both equally lol but so looking forward to photoshop on the iPad I think this will be such a game changer for all……hope all is well my friend? Have a Boss day! Peace!

  • Reply Saad Drawings February 23, 2019 at 8:01 am

    Hey Lucas I’m a new subscriber to your channel and I love your contents a lot

    I am new to digital art and art in general having started my journey two years ago on an iPad Pro and procreate so I can be biased here

    I love how I am in an emerging trend with mobility and productivity and having such a device that will be supported by Adobe this year might change my mind about procreate and until then. Procreate will be my main art tool forever

    Also have you tried Artstudio Pro? Borodante has been using it more than procreate and considers it a photoshop replacement for the iPad. Let me know what are your thoughts

    Again I’m enjoying your content and I hope to see more.

  • Reply fredhno February 23, 2019 at 6:03 pm

    What do you think of Artstudio Pro on ipad? I want to use Procreate, but it's lacking a few core features from Artstudio Pro.

  • Reply Mohan Pugaz February 23, 2019 at 6:54 pm

    Prototyping – procreate
    Final work – photoshop

  • Reply Fist Cube February 24, 2019 at 4:52 am

    This is why I am one of your subscribers. You are good at what you do!!!

  • Reply 6maria94 February 24, 2019 at 9:54 pm

    The only reason why I don't like photoshop is because the linearts are much harder… Idk, I've only tried photoshop and paint tool sai, and in paint tool sai they have the line stabilizer, so when I do a line, the line is exactly as I want it, unlinke in photoshop… I've heard that paint tool sai has a feature that intelligently cleans your lines according to your movement, something like that.

    I wonder if people that draw directly on a screen have this problem with photoshop too… I have, with an intuos 🙁

    For everything else, Photoshop is a win, mainly for the environment brushes and all the adjustments you can do later on

  • Reply Jerry García February 25, 2019 at 5:25 am

    Photoshop vs affinity or Painter 2019 or Clip Studio

  • Reply Skepsys D February 25, 2019 at 12:59 pm

    I agree with your sentiment on opening Photoshop for the first time and staring at like your trying to read a foreign language. I did not grow up using Photo Shop like a lot of people and so I felt put off from it. Now after using many different programs over the years I don't feel intimidated by it, but still don't use it. I have gotten very comfortable using Krita for my digital art. Thank you for your views on these two software's.

  • Reply Marco Fabro February 26, 2019 at 6:53 am

    Check out ArtStudio Pro on the Ipad. It's a perfect blend of procreate and PS. You can manipulate files just like PS , import/export PS brushes and even the menus are almost identical. I use it over procreate on my Ipad. Also you can still screen record with it just like Procreate.

  • Reply Trappy HAM February 26, 2019 at 9:32 am

    You should have had a category for portability which would definitely have gone to Procreate making it a tie

  • Reply Juan Santizo February 26, 2019 at 11:07 am

    a photoshop perpetual license cost almost $800 that is true… IF you wanted to upgrade to the latest version you would have to pay almost $200 every year and a half for the upgrade but it was up to you whether you wanted to or not, you weren't being forced to do so. The Creative Cloud allows you to have all the updates and upgrades available as soon as they are released so you don't have to pay and upgrade charge… regardless I wouldn't compare ProCreate to Photoshop, instead I would compare Photoshop to something like Affinity Photo, they both have the same tools and can paint, illustrate and retouch photos and Affinity photo is a one time perpetual license with FREE far as I know, we have to wait and see in version 2.0 of affinity photo. BTW the Adobe Master Collection used to cost $3000 and it would bring all of the Adobe softwares like After Effects, Premiere, Photoshop, illustrator to name a few and every year and a half you would have to upgrade it for the low cost of $1600, see why the subscription method actually works out? I use all those softwares and I pay $636 a year in subscription and I have every upgrade and update available the moment is released.

  • Reply SophieJu Drawing February 26, 2019 at 1:00 pm

    Amazing video 🙂

  • Reply artofaauditor February 26, 2019 at 10:19 pm

    Good video my guy!!

    I once used Procreate (the limited version) on the iPad Pro at the Apple Store, and it was such a beautiful and fluid experience. I switched from SAI to Photoshop during my early phase of digital art, but in around late 2016/early 2017, I moved back to SAI..then went to FireAlpaca, to SAI, sometimes Krita, then Clip Studio Paint, and sometimes SAI. So many much fun..

  • Reply artofaauditor February 26, 2019 at 10:28 pm

    Also, please check out an artist named Awanqi! They are such a huge inspiration, and they use SAI v1 for their artworks!!

    They used to use Photoshop for their older arts, but they moved to SAI. It's an interesting move from a heavy duty program to a lightweight program. But I do prefer SAI because it feels better to paint in it than in Photoshop

  • Reply uma February 27, 2019 at 6:07 am

    I use photoshop by mouse to do digital @umacolors instagram i like the photoshop but i am unable to buy wacom… When comes to drawing tablet which is best Wacom or XP-Pen???

  • Reply kaya zoldek February 28, 2019 at 4:46 pm

    I am still stuck with medibang cuz my laptop is not strong but it works for me for now.

  • Reply Rossi Morey March 1, 2019 at 6:38 am

    Photoshop because the tool options are my favs & I'm more familiar

  • Reply Zora March 1, 2019 at 11:22 am

    What are your thoughts on Clip Studio Paint?

  • Reply Nurse Nicky is Learning to Draw March 1, 2019 at 9:03 pm

    I use Krita. It has the best price: Free

  • Reply Miguel Perry March 2, 2019 at 12:24 am

    I love the direction this channel is heading in

  • Reply SONER AVCI March 2, 2019 at 12:38 pm

    my favorit windows paint because free

  • Reply annt hill March 4, 2019 at 7:35 am

    Sorry I may finish video later, but first you need to include PSe. It cost way less and does just as much and has most feature (some are "hidden" short keys) but is pretty much PS for a fraction. My illustration are with PSe not PS.

  • Reply Varg Pack WAVSIII March 4, 2019 at 1:24 pm

    Gimp & Krita!!

  • Reply Anohana /Kimi no na wa March 4, 2019 at 8:48 pm

    Autodesk sketchbook

  • Reply Michelle Gier March 5, 2019 at 9:31 am

    photoshopppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppp <3

  • Reply evilmarc March 5, 2019 at 3:55 pm

    The old versions of Photoshop work fine? Weird comparison

  • Reply RayddenPrimeTV March 5, 2019 at 5:45 pm

    I love procreate , its my first app for digital art…i do wanna get into photoshop too but haven’t had the chance yet..i am still amateur artist so ..i’d stick to procreate for now while refining my skills…when i reach somehow of a professional level ..i’d for sure get into photoshop…I think procreate is planning a desktop version ..maybe when that happens it would make a good comparison video. I wish they made a bigger ipad pro tho..12.9 still feels a bit small to me personally. And the apple pencil is a bit not comfortable either…definitely like the wacom pen better after holding one

  • Reply Katharina March 6, 2019 at 10:54 am

    I like clip studio paint and MediBang paint best

  • Reply Jean-Paul Germain March 6, 2019 at 4:18 pm

    Procreate is my favorite.

  • Reply patricia coveney March 7, 2019 at 9:39 am

    Sorry if this has already been mentioned but I understand photoshop are introducing an iPad version in 2019. I won’t buy it if it is rental. Thanks for the video.

  • Reply Tuki Navarro March 10, 2019 at 1:55 am

    I'm a tradicional artist and I prefer Ps, maybe because I work with realism, and Ps is in my opinion more complete for more detail.

  • Reply Embi March 11, 2019 at 12:52 pm

    I use PaintTool Sai and Photoshop

    Sai was simply one of my first programs for drawing and I really, really love their stabilizer since even after years of drawing im unable to make smooth lines lol
    90% of my work is done in Sai and the last little things are done in PS

    But I am going to buy an iPad very soon, for chilled drawings on the couch and easy little commissions 🙂

  • Reply Jonas Lucas March 11, 2019 at 9:42 pm

    In all topics that u mentioned,except in usage in industry,clip studio paint is best than both

  • Reply Flan90 March 27, 2019 at 4:26 am

    After CREATIVE CLOUD $#it i'm going to Procreate!

  • Reply Rafael Munoz March 27, 2019 at 5:13 am

    You forgot portability

  • Reply had suk April 2, 2019 at 6:10 am

    My favorite is Autodesk skecthbook pro i don't use bot of two because , on PC is Verry complicated when you wanna draw but you in outside , i don't use procreate because i use Android

  • Reply blackbonexxx April 4, 2019 at 10:34 pm

    You should try paintstorm studio. It works the same way on the pc or iPad and the brush engine is far more advanced than both. And its cheap 😀

  • Reply Kpop World April 9, 2019 at 12:21 am

    I use both of them
    procreate but in my iPhone
    and photoshop in my computer
    so, when i'm outside I use procreate, and when i'm home I use my computer XD

  • Reply Bearded Bro April 12, 2019 at 8:05 am

    You could use for example a Dell xps 2 in 1, comes with a pen and can convert to tablet, so you get photoshop with the portability of an iPad and a larger higher resolution display.

  • Reply Kenny Van Bosbeke April 14, 2019 at 3:31 am

    7:38 .. Photoshop is overwhelming.. Laughs in Zbrush xD

  • Reply D Cabral April 23, 2019 at 2:22 am

    Well, I think is an unfair comparison. Procreate is simply not in the same league as Photoshop, and that is just fact. However, just the idea of comparing Procreate to the Mammoth that is Photoshop, establishes that Procreate deserves to be looked into. Talented artists will create exquisite work on either platform, or even both of them!!

  • Reply miyabi timelapse April 29, 2019 at 2:45 pm

    its irony that adobe has less innovation because they have a lot of peoople in the team

  • Reply DragonOkwaho May 7, 2019 at 5:28 pm

    Battery “dependant”… or capable…? Have you ben able to unplug your desktop n go to draw in the park?

  • Reply A.Frank Blunt May 8, 2019 at 3:41 am

    Ignorant and biased lol

  • Reply Gamze M. May 20, 2019 at 2:14 am

    There are lots of brushes for procreate nowadays, PS is industry standard yes but the thing is that it's subscription based and you can't basically run it without a problem in an old PC (you need a decent PC still) without any crashes or any other problems makes procreate a winner in my view. Plus, even if you get a decent PC and a graphic tablet, it's not the same with ipad pro, cause you need a pen display, not a graphic tablet in order to have the same efficiency and Wacom Cintiq costs 2000 usd alone, even if you go for huion it costs around 500 usd, and with monthly subscription for PS (120 usd for a year), a decent PC (which would cost you around 2000 usd ) and a pen display like cintiq, it would still cost you a lot more than an İpad and procreate.
    Do the math. Procreate is the winner imo.

  • Reply Jos González May 22, 2019 at 5:03 pm

    Procreate to sketch things quickly or things that you don’t really care about control of versions, Photoshop more for studio and constant change work since it can be less destructive and can have more bit depth and larger files.

  • Reply Jack Vasvary May 23, 2019 at 2:07 pm

    I know I said this in another of your videos, but thanks for doing these videos.

  • Reply Jack Vasvary May 23, 2019 at 2:13 pm

    Also, I recommend having both Procreate and Photoshop if you can afford them. Especially if you travel a lot or set up for comicons. It's not very reasonable to lug your desktop and tablet to shows or wherever you are going. But, taking your iPad and Pencil on the go is perfect. That way, you can get work done when you're not at home. And I love the compatibility of both. Just drop your file in the Creative Cloud.

  • Reply MapleWind June 6, 2019 at 3:14 am

    Photoshop you can get a whole laptop for it. I have a laptop that turns into a tablet and all I use it for is photoshop. Plus the storage is great. Pro create literary is an app on an iPad. Oh yeah you are also drawing on glass. Who wants to draw on glass.

  • Reply Adelaine June 8, 2019 at 9:04 am

    I am sorry but I think that He forgot on the one main reason. I used to work with my desktop computer, photoshop and some oldschool tablet without display but I wasn't home all the time to do that. The main reason I purchased Ipad Pro and procreate is mobility. I can take it wherever I want. If it sunny outside I can take some food, drink, blanket and just go with it outside. I can draw in train, bus, on vacation. With photoshop and comuter You still get just one single place Where you can draw and nothing else. Also with tablet I am usually lying in my bed and drawing. With computer, you still have to only sit in front of your computer. So I think that another main reason is mobility. I am beginner and I prefer to sketch everything what is around me first. 🙂 Just saying. 🙂 (Sorry for my bad Englist, I am from Czech Republic) 🙂

  • Reply ElizabethMarta 12 June 15, 2019 at 9:02 pm

    The thing is…. photoshop is expensive😓😓

  • Reply Ragna Rock June 18, 2019 at 9:01 pm

    you are total moron

  • Reply Doris Latimore Johnson June 30, 2019 at 3:44 pm

    Procreate? Apple's and oranges comparison.
    I've seen nothing that advertises it as a photo editing software. It's a paint program. A competitor is Serif's Affinity Photo.

    On the other hand, if advising newbie, yes, Adobe Photoshop is an industry standard for game industry.

  • Reply Henry Chamberlain July 6, 2019 at 6:45 pm

    I have an old Photoshop CS5 and I'm happy using that on an iMac. And I have an old Wacom tablet. I've created my artwork by hand and then used digital as needed. Currently, I'm trying to color my 200-page graphic novel but I'm not very fast on a Wacom. I'm actually thinking that an iPadPro would be a great way to get things moving for me. Later, I may want to get a Cintqu. Does that make sense? I think so. I'd appreciate any feedback you might have.

  • Reply Ladybot06 July 7, 2019 at 5:45 am

    I like that you welcomed new comers, I don’t know why that is the reason I subbed.

  • Reply Chubbtacular July 14, 2019 at 7:11 pm

    Using gestures is a godsend

  • Reply RobertsDigital July 23, 2019 at 9:08 am

    I am new to photoshop….As an artist I wanted to go really professional. The software is definitely scary.

  • Reply Stellart 7 July 24, 2019 at 1:41 am

    I've been using procreate for a while now and it is really user friendly and simple to use. My only issue has been with the apple pencil, not the actual software but it may be because i have an older apple pencil.

  • Reply Róuka July 24, 2019 at 2:58 pm

    Procreate is a cheaper option… 8:51 An IPad Pro is 600 euro… "Cheaper"

  • Reply Grégory Cogels July 27, 2019 at 12:31 pm

    i love procreate, and i think it will be better in a few year because it's so user friendly ! and you can find everything you need for illustration and you can learn it pretty fast !

  • Reply BD King July 30, 2019 at 11:55 am

    3:20 no they dont 😀

  • Reply Jay_Myst N.B. August 4, 2019 at 11:33 am

    You can actually use Procreate without an Apple Pen because I do. The Apple Pen only gives you access to Pressure sensitivity, which is something i do like to use a bit, however I grew too much in the no-pressure sensitivity mechanism in my use of Procreate, so I’m okay with it.

    However, I do like the options Photoshop gives, but I barely use it due to me using it only on a computer that was owned by my school, and we used a mouse. Though, that doesn’t mean I hate it. (That was also 2-3 years ago)

    I’ve used Procreate for a year or 2 now. Still love it because I can go anywhere with it, and it can fit inside my bag just fine without being too heavy. So, of course, personally, I love Procreate.

  • Reply Shaker MK August 11, 2019 at 7:45 pm

    Procreate don’t support real blend so i use art studio pro

  • Reply Rapter Rider August 17, 2019 at 8:51 am

    I uss Photoshop always i love it😍

  • Reply Shannan Bunch August 24, 2019 at 11:40 pm

    Excellent! Thanks for the heads-up aaall the way around!

  • Reply Eric Payne August 27, 2019 at 12:41 am

    I wish they had procreate for android

  • Reply Patee Gutee September 1, 2019 at 7:31 pm

    For me, none of these apps is cheap. To use Procreate , I have to buy iPad as well. And while I don't have to buy PC / laptop to use Photoshop since I already have one, still the subscription based scheme is what pushes me away to find cheaper alternatives.

  • Reply Animatamatic September 6, 2019 at 6:49 am

    I am a professional illustrator. I am still using PS by cintiq and mac mini. You can work multiply pages, do much more things and do make different brushes on PS.

  • Reply KatieePandaa September 12, 2019 at 12:51 am

    I'm used to photoshop and would rather continue paying for their behance and my portfolio programs but since my surface broke I've been really on the fence about procreate and an iPad. I think after this video I'm going to stick with what I know and get a her surface. I did make an illustration on my friends iPad pro 2019 and it was a fiddle to get used to it, when it comes down to it I'm not a fan of Apple's interface either

  • Reply Gacha Ally Draws September 23, 2019 at 8:38 pm

    Im not paying so…


  • Reply Ehsan hely September 24, 2019 at 4:45 pm

    thanks for the video , it was usefulll , But i have a question : what is that color box and color slider on your photoshop in minute 7 ?! and where can i find it?

  • Reply Keiny Lai September 26, 2019 at 1:21 am

    The industry standard renders any doubt pretty much redundant.
    There's absolutely no way around it: If you're going to take it seriously and hope to work someplace professionally, you're gonna have to work with Photoshop.

    Try showing up at an agency or studio with nothing but an iPad below your ams, a dorky face and no Photoshop knowledge: they gonna kick you out the door before you even enter it.

  • Reply Kytsune-Izzie September 26, 2019 at 6:04 am

    watching this before procreate 5 launches later this year,so excited to import photoshop brushes into procreate 😀

  • Reply artifex_X October 1, 2019 at 5:23 am

    The main reason PS is still the industry standard is because everyone keeps saying it's the industry standard. So everyone in the industry keeps using it because everyone keeps saying Ps is the industry standard, PS is the industry standard,

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  • Reply Pau C October 7, 2019 at 12:51 pm

    Was expecting Photoshop to win by a landslide… it still won but you actually raised some good comparison points between the two.

  • Reply Jorge Barros October 8, 2019 at 11:42 pm

    I use Photoshop on my Microsoft Surface, best combination ever. Versatile and powerful. Forget about any Apple device.

  • Reply Maddie October 18, 2019 at 7:16 am

    procreate is better Photoshop is overwhelming..

  • Reply swas basas October 30, 2019 at 10:36 am

    am I the only one who cracks photoshop?

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