Who knew you could fake a watercolor? This course will show you how! My other “Fake a Watercolor” courses in Illustrator on the desktop has 2 parts: Part 1 in Illustrator, where you learn all about creating Illustrator brushes. You then used these brushes to produce an amazing composition. Next you take this composition into Photoshop, in Part 2, where you apply all the finishing touches to make it look like a real watercolor! But this new iPad version of the class is so much easier!
Whether you're into art licensing or not, you can learn this process to help produce artworks in bulk or a series, in a fraction of the time compared to natural media. This course is explained in a step-by-step way that any graphic designer can follow. The skills you learn will reinforce all you know about Illustrator on the iPad and Procreate, while giving you a unique and practical purpose. Take a deep dive into the fine art world and produce a fabulous artwork in the process!
Concepts covered include brushes in Illustrator for iPad, the shapebuilder tool, the eraser tool, the pencil tool, the pen tool, blob brush, the lasso tool, the remove anchor points function, the smooth tool, the layer’s palette, creating foreground, middle ground and background, simplifying, crystallize in Procreate, Illustrator export and airdrop, layer adjustments, clipping mask layers, alternate backgrounds, color, importing and organizing brushes in Procreate, watercolour brushes in Procreate, production workflow best practices, and much more.