CARTOONIZE YOUR PET (KAWAII STYLE MADE EASY) (Affinity Designer or any other tool of your choice)

Isabel Aracama, "Every expert was once a beginner."

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9 Lessons (43m)
    • 1. Intro

    • 2. Picking a Good Reference

    • 3. Sketching the Head

    • 4. Sketching the Body

    • 5. Vectorising the Puppy

    • 6. Coloring the Head

    • 7. Coloring the Body

    • 8. Details & Fine-Tuning

    • 9. Conclusion

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About This Class

This class is aimed to anyone wanting to learn how to translate real life creatures into a fun cute kawaii style and interested in exploring the steps that will make you achieve it in a professional way.

No previous experience in this topic is needed, and, even though I target it to intermediate level, you might be also able to follow along if you are a newbie if you know how to use the basic tools, such as the pen tool.

I will be using Affinity Designer, but if you use any other vector software, I am sure it won’t be a problem for you to achieve the same results. This is not a course on how to use the software, but a course on how to achieve a given result. By the end of the class, you’ll be able to draw your pet, or any animal of your choice in a cute flat fresh style.

Maybe you want to create it just for the fun of it, or maybe you want to use it to create a T-shirt, or a sticker, or maybe to use it as an asset for a game. Well, you will have your drawing done in no time by following this super simple methods I will teach you in this class.

Be sure also to reach out should you have any doubts or questions. I love to see what students do and give feedbak! 

Skills you'll learn:

- How to choose a good reference

- How to translate it into a cartoon style sketch

- How to vectorise your sketch

- How to add color to your sketch

- Draw a cartoon puppy, pet or any other animal of your choice, just like this one!


Some of the ways you can use this kind of illustrations for are to create T-shirts, stickers, postcards and anything you can think ok.