This one and a half hr video is an in-depth look at how I do my grey-paper technique from start to finish. Geared towards beginning artists as well as working professional, I explain my approach to character design, anatomy, value, and composition. The media I demonstrate in this drawing consists of Prismacolor pencils, graphite and white Gouache.
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .VTT | Duration: 1.5 hours | Size: 782 MB
A great brand is the culmination of strategic thought, experience, and a little magic. It all results in a story that creates brand fans. A logo, a name and identity are starting points, but by themselves don’t create successful brands. Learn what it takes to build a lasting and meaningful brand in Branding Essentials for Designers with Stanley Hainsworth.
Artwork created in Adobe Illustrator has a sought-after and distinct style – the vector files Illustrator generates are small, clean, and look polished. In Drawing with Illustrator: Vector Graphics, Stewart Scott-Curran will teach you how to create graphics using Illustrator, from start to finish.
Good color choices are crucial for polishing off your designs – learn how to make the right choice in Drawing with Illustrator: Color and Texture with Stewart Scott-Curran.
The Recolor tool in Adobe Illustrator is one of the most powerful and versatile tools for illustrators and pattern designers. In this class we’ll be creating a simple fruit motif and harnessing the power of the Recolor tool to make a super fun Pop art inspired four panel wall art print in minutes! This class is perfect for beginners, but students will need to know enough about Adobe Illustrator to be able to draw their art for recoloring in the program.
In this class, I'll share my approach to creating a repeat seamless pattern using my line drawings and doodles in Adobe Illustration. I'll offer some ideas on how you can apply your unique patterns to multiple digital formats, and then demonstrate one of those suggestions to create a Pinterest graphic.
I suggest some basic illustrator knowledge (not required!) to enjoy this class. If you need to brush up quickly on some illustrator basics, I also teach an Illustrator Crash Course on Skillshare.
Practice makes progress, right? Right! You've seen lettering worksheets all over the internet, but maybe you have a specific font you want to study. Or maybe you just like the DIY approach. I'll show you how to quickly create a template to make your own worksheets using any font you want! You'll be able to make traceable worksheets and also guideline worksheets so you can really solidify your learning.
Procreate is a mighty art and illustration tool! I'm falling in love with more and more. It has such a rich set of features. And recently they've added basic animation support. Which is crazy. The fact that you can create amazing illustrations and animations using one or two apps on your iPad is mind-blowing. It makes the iPad-only workflow even more possible. It means you don't need a Mac or PC anymore. And I love this.
Beginner level Watercolor Course- Male Figure painting in Watercolor
Hi, this is Supriyo, and in this tutorial, I've shown the complete process of a male figure drawing and it's coloring. Hope this tutorial will help you learn a lot.
I'm sharing my process for digitizing my lettering and bonus!! simple illustrations, using my preferred program, Adobe Illustrator. I'll walk you through how to use lettering on paper or from Procreate or a similar iPad drawing app.
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 8.5 hours | Size: 3.79 GB
This class will teach you the use of some basic tools used when creating digital illustrations on adobe illustrator. What you will need for this class is the Adobe Illustrator program and a drawing tablet
Remember how Matilda could move objects with her mind? In this course you will learn how you can have that power too with the use of stop motion animation. You'll be animating two (or more) objects becoming one.
A logo is a visual representation of a brand. And when you are relying on one single physical identifier to encapsulate a brand - the stakes are high. Find out what you should know in Logo Design 101 with Tim Frame.
Combine your journaling and drawing practices into a great creative exercise for any level! Illustrated journaling, or "illoging" as I like to call it, is something anyone can benefit from.
I'll show you my full process and how to make it work for you!
As graphic designers, after you learn the fundamentals of Adobe Illustrator, the next step is to learn how to work efficiently and get FAST! This means you have to think about your workflow differently.
Switching your medium from paper to pixels doesn’t mean you’re giving up the highly tactile, artsy, eclectic nature of scrapbooking. Bringing your scrapbooking into the digital age lends the artform even more versatility and vibrance than it already has. You can add personal objects to digital pages, and once you’ve digitized your objects, you can reuse or pull from finished pieces as often as you want. Save money, time and satisfy your drive to create unique art on digital platforms.
Logo Design Theory is essential for anyone interested in creating strong logos that stand the test of time.
This logo Design theory class guides you through basic logo anatomy and terms. We will review all the different logo categories and show stellar examples of each.
When a beginner start their User Experience Design process, they get confused about where to start the UX Design Process. There are hundreds of things involved in a UX Design process and each design firm uses their own version of this User Experience Process.
In this class we will look at creative ways to combine our art materials to produce captivating and vibrant artwork and to best convey our subjects’ color, texture and lighting. In step-by-step demos I will paint humans, animals and flowers using water soluble paints like watercolor and gouache. I will combine them with various pencils, markers and pastels. This class is meant for beginners who are learning and trying new things, as well as for more advanced artists in search of inspiration and new ideas.
This is a course for all you who loves the vintage & ornamental styled illustrations and pattern designs!
It’s about one of the most commonly used motifs in art, design and architecture - the Acanthus.
Which is the most depicted plant in history - ever since the ancient greeks and romans started to use it for adorning their temples and buildings.