You mean you can paint watercolors on your iPad?? Yes, and they actually look like real watercolor on paper! I developed a process that lets you create a realistic watercolor effect on your iPad in a few easy steps. The best part is you can do this anywhere — curled up on your couch in your pajamas, sitting on a park bench, or sipping a latte in a cafe!
I love making simple illustrations and coloring them with layers of watercolor. The effect is a muted illustration with an airy feel that looks just like real watercolor paint on paper.
When you watch any of my digital watercolor classes you get my free watercolor brushes for Procreate!
In this class I go through my favorite ways to create illustrations including drawing from memory, as well as tracing. Tracing is a great way to loosen up when you’re not sure what to draw, or don’t feel confident with your drawing skills.
As usual, the artists and designers who have already taken the class are blowing it out of the water with their unique illustrations.
Hand letterer Tabitha @_mommy_doodles_ used the process and brushes from the class to create this gorgeous botanical illustration with hand lettering:
Artist and crafter Anna Ritson created this airy pelican illustration. She made the process her own with muted colors and layered watercolors that make this truly look like real watercolor on paper!
Artist & Designer Shiela Roos combines her incredible illustration skills with the process and brushes from the class to create her travel journal illustrations that make me want to start a travel journal immediately!
And artist and Illustrator Herma Starreveld created this gorgeous piece of nostalgia with textured watercolors to create a reflection effect on aluminum and glass.
In this class I’ll show you how to turn a picture into an ink illustration, and how to color over it with my watercolor brushes. After you take the class, you’ll be able to turn any object into a gorgeous watercolor illustration in minutes!
Ready to take this class? Go to the class page to get started. If you don’t have a Skillshare membership, you can still watch the class for free and get the free downloable brushes. Just sign up for a 2 month free trial to get started. See you there!
In this class, you’ll learn how to create and fill your Society6 shop using your iPad. You’ll learn how to create and prepare work for Society6, and get tons of tips for maximizing the number of products you have for sale and minimizing the amount of time you spend uploading and resizing.
Learn three different ways to create modern folk style illustrations on your iPad in Procreate.
Learn how to create vintage style hand lettering layouts and decoration on your iPad in Procreate + get all of my vintage brushes and resources.
In this class, you’ll learn three ways to use metallic textures on your iPad in Procreate. When you watch the class you’ll get all of my metallic textures and brushes as free downloads. The set includes 50 glitter, shimmer, and gold foil textures, and 17 different brushstrokes, sprays, and splatters that we’ll use with the textures.
Learn how to use Affinity Designer to create surface pattern designs on your iPad. I’ll show you everything you need to start designing pixel perfect patterns in Affinity Designer, and share all of my vector assets with you as free downloads, so you can start designing patterns as soon as you get the app.
Learn how to create 3 different styles of botanical illustrations on your iPad in Procreate. When you watch this class, you’ll get all of the brushes and resources I use to create my botanical illustrations. The set includes 15 Procreate brushes and stamps, and over 150 reference photos of plants and flowers to get you started.
Learn how to create both digital and real paper cutouts designs on your iPad. We’ll create the designs in Procreate, then use them to create digital images, and printable images for cutting by hand or with a Cricut cutting machine. I’ll show you all three options, so you can choose what works best for your personal style!
Learn how to create unique and eye catching recipe illustrations on your iPad in Procreate. I’ll show you three different illustration styles, so you can explore which one works best for your personal style.
Learn how to use your iPad to create and decorate a digital planner with tabs, pre-cropped stickers, and tons of layers and textures. We’ll start with the planning process and go all the way through exporting your file and sharing it online.