In this class, you will learn:
- How to break the nose down into basic geometric shapes
- How to draw the nose from various angles and in a variety of shapes
- How to anatomically connect the nose to the rest of the head
- How to draw the nose in different styles
This class is for anyone who wants to learn to create artistic, sophisticated and life like illustrations to use for different purposes - like art prints, greeting cards, stationery, pattern designs or illustrations for books, websites and magazines. With the help of an easy step-by-step process you will learn to draw your illustration by hand, from a real object or image/images and turn the drawing into a monochromatic and vectorized illustration. You can be a total beginner when it comes to drawing!
If you love to draw and tell stories, a diary comic is a great way to use your art skills to reflect on daily life. With a few basic steps and a little structure, you'll be on your way to creating comics about the otherwise lost moments in your day to day.
I’m a New York based UX / UI designer with more than 8 years of design experience working on product teams for growing startups and major brands like Nike, Artsy, and Skillshare. Throughout my career I’ve made improving my design process a major focus for working better with teams, better with clients, and producing consistently higher quality work in less time.
Want your pencils to produce a beautiful matt black finish? Then look no further, this is the class for you!
I will be demonstrating how to use black carbon pencils and will illustrate a complete sketch using 4 different grades: 2B, 4B, 6B and 8B.
You will learn the pros and cons as well as how to create texture and shading.
Join Lettering Artist and Graphic Designer Luke Lucas for a fun, 40-minute class on his unique, trademark folding ribbon lettering style. Luke walks you through a step-by-step process for styling your favorite word — sketching, defining letter proportions and connections using a ribbon as your letterform guide, and finalizing your word in Illustrator with some cool effects. Perfect for a portfolio piece, fun print headline, or even just for fun, you'll not only master this technique, but you'll be able to add all kinds of finishing touches to create a custom script of your own!
Join letterer and acclaimed Skillshare teacher Mary Kate McDevitt as she explores vintage inspirations in this 30-minute, project-based class. As you watch her step-by-step process for redesigning a vintage package, you'll learn the crucial skill of how to interpret reference material without copying, while also practicing and growing your own concepting, sketching, lettering, coloring, and layout skills.
After winning Project Runway season 10 and building my own fashion label, I know first hand how powerful of a skill it is to create cohesive, innovative, and sought after collections. I always start a new garment or season by researching for inspiration first, and I look forward to sharing this process with you in order to elevate your own fashion endeavors.
Join fashion designer LaQuan Smith for a concise class on identifying and sketching a signature piece of clothing that represents you — a fun illustration prompt that's ideal for creative enthusiasts and aspiring designers alike.
A signature piece is clothing item you create that makes people remember you, your brand, and your aesthetic. In entertaining and concise lessons, you'll hone in on your sartorial style and represent it in one item!
In this class we will start by choosing a place to sketch which means something to you, and either go there, or do a bit of armchair travel via Google Street View. We will take a walk around and do a bit of detective work to discover all the things which give it a real sense of place.
In this tutorial we we learn to draw hands in several gestures
This Skillshare class if about creating your own unique digital illustrations from a hand sketch, whether you are drawing freehand or tracing your photographs. Each student will learn how to go from a black and white pen drawing to a vector illustration using trace paper, black pens, a smartphone or camera, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator. The class will break down each lesson into very small pieces to easily follow along and apply the techniques to your own designs. Final products will be a digital illustration students can print as posters, frame them, or simply add them to an online portfolio.
This class is for beginners in drawing. When you start to draw by yourself, sometimes a kind of embarrassment appears that can prevent you even from doing the first lines. The essence of it is a short question: what to start with? how to start?
Getting Started With Watercolor - The Essential Techniques
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When observational drawings dont look right, it is often because we dont watch in an appropriate seeing mode. In the everyday mode, most people are not able to see, what is really there in front of them, and this shows in their drawings. This class is about seeing modes and how to tune into a suitable mode for drawing on location. I show four effective and easy warming up exercises for observational drawing. The last exercise is also a technique for "real" urban sketches or travel sketches - a quick approach to draw everything you see.
Get quick tips to increase your efficiency and the quality of training you create in Camtasia. This course is a collection of short videos to help you get the most value from this popular screen capture program. There are over 25 tips on topics from streamlining workflows to leveraging hidden features like slow motion and custom watermarks. Corbin Anderson also helps you make your training more engaging with custom animation and artwork, become more efficient by reusing content from PowerPoint, and make Camtasia even easier to use by adjusting the settings to suit your instructional design workflow. Plus, learn how to save valuable time using hotkey shortcuts.
Learn how to take your PowerPoint decks to the next level. In this course, presentation guru Jole Simmons reveals the slide design techniques used by pro-level presentation designers at cutting-edge Silicon Valley companies. Jole begins with a primer on the essential elements of a strong presentation, as well as an explanation of why presentation design is so popular in big tech. Next, he launches into a number of different techniques you can use to create eye-catching, compelling slides. Learn how to craft custom shapes in PowerPoint, create a scrolling feed, use the PowerPoint Morph feature to create continuity through an intro sequence; add cool animations; and more.
Learn the ins and outs of conducting user research and the strategies that will allow you to create the best possible human-centered digital interfaces.
In Creating Interactive PDFs Using InDesign, I will walk you through how to create a basic document using Adobe InDesign and then turn that document into an interactive PDF using Adobe Acrobat. These programs are commonly used in the design industry to produce internal company documents such as employee evaluation forms, product order forms, and basic PDFs.
Many people want to become designers but don't know the basic fundamentals of design at all.
It can take years to piece together different ideas to truly begin to understand how it even works.
but it doesn't have to be like that.
By understanding the foundations of color, typography, layout, composition, branding, and other fields of study in the graphic design realm, you can propel yourself from a beginner to an expert, just by having the right education.
In this class you will learn Affinity Designer in the most practical of ways - by designing actual flat design artwork.
You will create
- flat design sky and moon
- flat design mountains and trees
- flat design tent and backpack
- flat design stove and fire
- flat design camper
Pen and Ink is a versatile and convenient medium of sketching, which can produce jaw dropping results for you. This class introduces this medium along with some real fun exercises and easy to follow style.
Whether you are a regular sketcher or a newbie, whether you are a seasoned artist or have never sketched in last few years, this class is for you. All you need is a paper, a pen and loads of enthusiasm for art!
Often when sketching there is very little time to get detail down, be it because the subject is moving or because you are keeping your friends waiting! Either way it is important to master the art of fast drawing.
One of the most important skills in getting good at this is learning to not care or be precious about your work. This is why I use brush and ink and why I advise my students to also. It's exceptionally hard to achieve a high level of detail in a short amount of time with this medium.
The heartbeat of all great design is empathy—and understanding the process of gender-neutral product design is a crucial skill for all designers!
At a time when technology connects us more than ever, prioritizing inclusivity in your product design approach is crucial. You want your products to be accessible, usable, and inspirational to all users. This is the core of great design.