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Create Sketchy Doodles in Procreate

Brenda Bakker

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10 Lessons (1h 28m) View My Notes
    • 1. Intro

    • 2. Downloading the canvas and brushset

    • 3. Practise strokes and a warm up round

    • 4. Candles

    • 5. Vase and Plant

    • 6. Stove

    • 7. Mixer

    • 8. Christmas Tree

    • 9. Santa Gnome

    • 10. Some more examples and tips

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About This Class


Hi and welome to my new Skillshare Class  on how to Create Sketchy Doodles in Procreate,

I just love to draw in procreate, but I also love the authentic look of a real painting. So why not combine those two?

In this class I will teach you my way of creating some doodles in a fun, energetic and sketchy way. For me it's a mix of sketching and doodling but instead of the urbansketching you see a lot lately I just like to take it into our houses. There are lot's of fun things inside the house that we can create fun drawings from. In this class I will teach you some fun drawings that take about 15 minutes from beginning to end. And therefor they are ideal to ease the mind after a long day of work. Just let go of perfectionism and just have fun. Sit on your couch, take your Ipad and look for something simple to draw and relax. After this class You will see fun paintings in everything. Be warned because it’s highly addictive. 

I will provide a special watercolorcanvas which is realy important to get a realistic and non digital feel and also I share a very small brushset. You can find them in the class project section. Make sure you are in your browser to download them and not in the skillshare app.

You also will be needing an Ipad with procreate and a pressure sensitive stylus.

So join me in this class and let's have some fun!


1. Intro: Yes. Hi there and welcome to my new skill share gloss. My name is Pennebaker and I'm from the Netherlands. I will take new in this class step-by-step in how to do these kind of drawings. It's a mixture between doodling and some energetic sketching. And I do also little bit of watercolor just to create a lovely and vibrant drawing. Mostly pig. Thinks about my surroundings like some candles I'd stand on the table or something I saw in my kitchen. Just turning your every day live into some magical paintings with a lot of fun and with a lot of movement. I hope you will be joining me into this class and recreate a lot of funds, things just like this. I got a lot of questions online on how to do these kinds of paintings. So I created a few of you and you can draw with me, joined, joined in this class and we will be drawing together step-by-step, always in real time, just as easy. And you can create a picture like this in about 15 minutes, so just a quarter of an hour. And you have some fun, so fun and easy classes. And just to make you see there's magic in everything, you'd, you only have to see it and paint it. So see you in class. 2. Downloading the canvas and brushset: So, but first we're going to start with importing the brushes and the Canvas. You will need it for this class. So you have to do this in your browser and not in discussion. So go to your browser, might meet Safari. And when you see the projects and resources underneath the class, you tap on projects and resources. On the right side, you will find the resources. You see only the brushes, but c, this c More button, you have to press it and the rest will show up if it doesn't already. I also had them here but I managed to get the mirror before because that'll be more clear to any of you, I thought. And now we're going to tap on the sketchy dueling brush it, tap on it, downloads. And here you see the little arrow, and now it's been downloaded. And you click on the downloads and you will tap it. It's a zip file. You can find it in iCloud Drive search for downloads. And here you see sketchy dueling brush it. Once you tap on it, it will import right away into your procreates. And you can find it all the way on top of your brush library because it's in a new set. So it's a whole set, just a few, but you don't be needing anything more for this class. So now we have to go to do the same thing with the canvas. Again. Go to your browser and go to the class, import the watercolor canvas. Tip on it. It will download. You'll see it will take a little bit longer because it's procreate file, click Download, tip on the watercolor canvas. And it will import right away. And you will be finding it all the way here on the left upper corner of your procreate gallery. So now you can draw on it a fun and let's go to class. 3. Practise strokes and a warm up round: So let's start up with a warm up. We're going to make some practicing strokes for practicing longlines and sketchy lines. And while you're doing that, you're sitting up straight. And my my back of the hand is resting slightly on the screen, but it's not totally resting is just touching it. So let's go to the dry ink brush and slightly with little pressure, you making long strokes down their work from your shoulder. Don't make this because you're going to make little bands in it just work all the way up, down. And they don't have to be perfectly straight. That's just the fun part about this class. So and also do this horizontally with long strokes. Just make some practice and make as many as you want. And when you manage that, we're going to use some little pressure in it because it's a pressure sensitive brush. Now I slit flip to white. Just make a little more pressure with the same size brush later more so press a little harder and you see you get thicker lines. Work fast and these kind of accidents happen. And that's just okay because I even liked it better when it's in a drawing. So let it happen, let it feel, let it slip. Form part of doing these sketchy strokes. I'm holding my finger one too long on it. So when you manage debt, just also practice them a little horizontally. Making false movements. This is Nothing is real time what I'm doing here, so just have fun with it. And when you're getting the hang of it, just practice. We sum a pressure sensitivity, so make a downstroke and just push harder, lighter, hard, are lighter, harder, lighter. And then you go into practice all the way through. Just managed to get some difference in your lining. And that's what makes the drawing so interesting to look at. So pressure, pressure, push, push lived Bush lift, Bush, Bush, lift, push lived Bush. So then you get a lovely feeling about the strokes and some movement in the drawing. And from there on we go into practice with some shapes. Just make a square, for instance. So down side. So this is a very energetic shape of a square right now. And just let Latin Cross don't make such a nice square because it's very boring to see and hear you see when it overlaps, it's got a little action and more movement in it. Well, actually, I like the composition of this already, so let's keep it there. It's all about what is existing in your sketch because it's a sketch. And then we're going to make doodles of it. So it's sketchy. Do link. That's why it's called this way. So that's fun. So let's mix this now with another layer, may create another layer on top, and let's mix it with the fine tip so we can make some extra movements. Like so. This is fun. And just one here, it's going the wrong direction. So I think my Sometimes you do just what you like, get a field. That's why the two fingertip is fun. And I'm just going to create some little spanish about its. Well, we have the dots also. So let's putting, I always do this, those kind of things in a new layer. So let's make, make it more fun and interesting to look at. Well, I think this one has a nice composition and I'm going to merge these all together and make it a little more in the center of the canvas. Well, it's just a warm-up, right? So why don't we just make a new layer and let's practice or with the watercolor scribble brush. That's what I mostly do my watercolor in for classes. It's a fun brush. I made it out of their Hirsch brush from procreate itself. And let's create some gray, grayish color because I always, I'm mostly working in gray when I have no inspiration of what I'm going to create. So great, grey and black. Are there colors that I'm attempt to work too? So let's do a little. Yeah. Now I must think where my sunlight is coming from, I have thicker strokes on this side than on this side and here also. And maybe I can make them even thicker. So let's pretend my son is coming from this side. So my darker color of the water corner will be around here somewhere. So let's create some color and I'm on the new layer underneath this. So let's create some cold. I think I went too big. A little more to size ten. Yeah. Thicker colors here. Right? I splashing around, go to my smudge tool, tip it with a pen and hold it down so it selects the same brush. And now we're going to smash this a little. I'm going to tap and depth. If you did some of my former clauses, you'll see I do this all the time because I want to keep it with a little bit of texture in it. And I'm going to smudge the colors a little bit and blend them a little bit. Don't bother because it's not real paper. We can always erase what is outside of the drawing. I'm going to erase this part. Make it a little clean up. Also in here. So, and I think it's lovely and perhaps I am going to create a new layer on top of the paint, but underneath all the lines. And I'm going to create some highlights. So I choose my pure whites and go back to my dry inking. And so when the sun is coming from here and make some lovely sound catchy and maybe some rim light over here to make it just a little bit more interesting. But these are going to be thinner than these ones because I want these more noticeable one can make it even thicker if I want. But just make it a fun stroke and not to clean. And perhaps some white dots also. Well, let me check. We can always undo it if it's not funny. Yeah, I like it. So just get rid of this part because I don't like that. Painting. Just cuts. And now I think we have lovely painting. I like it like this. So this is just a practicing our warmup. So I think, and I hope you like it. Lets go and draw some real paintings. 4. Candles: So for the first one, we're going to make some candles, are making three candles on. Understand. And it's very easy. I hadn't in front of me when I was looking on TV and they were standing on the on the table and it's just like three candles on the stand. So this is my stand where they stood on. And I have a larger one in the back and a smaller one hair and an even more smaller ROM hair. And then XM loose flames. And that's the sketch. Easy and fun and not precise. And that's what I want from this one. So now we're going to make it even more. So I want this one to touch the ground floor where it stands on because now it's floating, so we have to make adjustments to that. The other one is in the back so you can't see them it a lot. And just make this one even lower here. So that's what we're going to make some adjustments for. And also these are not seeable because they're standing behind all of it, so I'm going to erase it right now. What pencil do I have here? Make a little bigger. Just made it with my sketch showing brush, right? So and even going to remove this one because it makes me confuse when I'm going to draw it. So this one is going to be removed. Now, let me see if somewhere the same size I want to have it and it's in the middle. So just about like like snapping it. So when you see your golden lines here, so it's approximately in the middle. And, and I wanted a bit higher, but maybe I want to write something down here for Christmas or something, so I'm going to make a little bit higher even. That's okay. I can always make replacements afterwards. So now I'm going to make this less visible. And let's go to the fun part of sketchy doodling. I'm going to my dry ink brush and I have it about the same size. Well, 18-19 percent. And I already have to think about where my son is coming from, so well, let me check. My son is coming from this one. So make sure you're doing your sketch on a new layer. So make a new layer and then go start sketching. So my son is coming from this side and I am going to draw thicker lines on these sides of the painting. So this one has shadow, this one has showed out this one I shall now this one has shadow down lines having shadow, so those all must be thicker lines. Well, let's make some drawing first. So I'm going a little bit slowly. But making the pressures when we practice for the lines that are a bit like this. So. Make it a little bit kooky, thick or thin play with it and just wiggle a little bit. So that's what we're going to do now. So let's push lifts, push lift, bush. That's fun. Going to do this at a here also and just start a little bit above it. So it's not precise. I like it when it's well, I think it must not be precise. Also the same Polish lived Porsche near also push lift bush. And for these ones we can make small, sketchy ones and one longer but thinner, so almost no pushing here. And it doesn't and need to touch because we can do that with our pain later. So these are the candles, Maybe some burning. How do you call it? I don't know what it's called in English. But the flames I do know. And these also are going to have a seeker strokes on my left side. So push down, push down. And I don't want to have them all the same size, so I have to make this one from this one. So and the other side's thinner, so less pressure. So well, this isn't so hard, you have to break it down into small pieces. So and perhaps I do that. Stand on another layer because I don't know why, but maybe it will be easy because maybe I want to change them later. I don't know, but mostly I do all different parts on different layers. So this one is a lighter one, not too straight. So like this, a harder one hair. I need to make this harder won. So software, one, like so. I think this is already fun, right? So this is now my sketch. But I'm going to use this sketch and the other sketch I can move away from, so make it not feasible. I think this looks quite nice already. It already has a lot of movement, but we want to do some sketchy lines in between. So it makes the MOOC, makes it look more interesting and more vibrant. So I'm going to a new layer on top of that and do some sinner lines with the fine tips. And just make some lovely strokes about approximately the same kind of where you want to go. Let the lines to go, so make it more vibrant and fun. And even gonna do some jiggling lines if you want. I think it's fun. And perhaps some dots also on the new layer. So let's make it fun and do some fine dots. So I think this look nice. And let me choose some warm winter color. So perhaps some tea leash blue, greenish colors. So keep in mind that this paper will dock in your call us because it has a color burning it. So and I'm going to color it underneath dose lines. So I'm going to make a new layer. Take it all the way down. Yeah, you could take it all the way to the bottom. Here's my sketch, but it's off, so mostly down. And then let's do some watercolor scribble brush drawing. And these are my dark side. So I'm going to lay down some paint here. And from their own, I'm going to do with a little lighter pressure. And then I'm going to blend it with the same brush. Don't bother if you go outside the lines it's allowed in this class. So make it more fun. Scribble and devil. So you keep, keep their structure and texture brushes, so make it fun. You don't get a precise exactly the same like I do and I don't get it all the same also. But I think this is nice. And if I think I went to heart, I can always erase a little bit. But it's no harm if there is something outside there because it's supposed to be fun and energetic drawing. I think, I guess much, little bit here. So these, I don't mind. Well, let's go to the next candle. And I'm going to make another new layer. And i'm taking color data is a little bit beside this color, so Mike a little bit more greenish. Let me check if I like it. Let's look at one in the back. Yeah, that's a fun one. And I'm not going to make it lighter because I have enough paint to smudge. Dropped enough inks. Just tap and Deb. Yeah, I think it's fun like this. And also it has to be, have to be a little bit shadow down here. So I'm going to create little bit darkness in here. And just blended. Also. Going to erase some parts that annoy me and I'm going to erase with the drying. Think that's prettier. And the other one. Yep. I like that one and I want now have some bluish. So I go over to the blue side. Yes, about here. And I think it would be fun to have it here, this one. So I'm making a new layer above that for the other candle. I think that will be nice. Smudge it. Hear me scribbling and dribbling, so tapping and dabbing. Just mixing a little bit, but make sure you leave some textures behind. And again, it's allowed to go into the other colors because that is what it does on real color also. Make it smooth lines, so just let it bleed a little bit in it. So it's more to realistic watercolor. I think this is fun. And what she would choose for this colour, perhaps some orange colors like this. Because orange and blue are like orange and blue. And I think it will be nice to green also when I make it a little bit more. Yeah, let's take the opposite of of of green and blue. The opposite is right here about here somewhere. Let me see. I think this is lovely color scheme. Let's make sure to create your own colors if you would like. So make sure because these are colors that are on the opposite of each other. Yeah, complimentary colors. Don't blend them in with these colors. They won't get a nice color out of it. So I think this is nicely blend. And now we're going to create the flames. And that's just little bit yellow and some whites. And we're going to the yellow part somewhere around here. Use your watercolor scribble brush, make a little bit smaller. And just coloring the left side and stretch it a bit. Just to beta. You might have to make sure you can see the color difference here. And on top of that, I'm going to do a little wide. But because a watercolor is a see-through color, I'm going to use my drying brush on top of this and blend this again with just the watercolor scribbled breast cell. Just nicely, a little bit lighter here. Just tapping and diving. Not too much. I want to still have it feasible when it's zoomed out again. And perhaps now for some fun, we're going to make some highlights again. And also in whites and a dry ink. It's still on the dry ink so we can create a little highlights here. And there. Even highlights in flames while it's art, right? No rules for art. So just some quick fun things. And when these are the highlighted areas because the sun is here, we can make this a little bit more exciting by creating some small lines. So no, no heart pressure, just a little bit line here, so There's something happening again. Otherwise it will be boring and I don't like boring. So just little bit here also. And perhaps some white dots also create every time for everything you're doing it all new layer, some white dots. Just to make it more bright and shiny and cheerful. I think we just created our first doodle drawing, sketching in the house. So I hope you like this one. And then we're going to create the next class. See you in the next class. 5. Vase and Plant: I think the best way to start is start symbol. So let's create a face with only one flower. Just make a scratch. We only go into do is two-dimensional. So no three-dimensional pictures just create a lovely shape of a face, did you like? So like this. And this, I think that's OK, but I don't have room for a flower now, so I'm going to make it a little bit smaller and it's just a simple face. Yeah. So let's create it a little better. So like so just making large movements, some sketchy things. That's okay. And now I'm going to make it cleaner sketch and then mess up again. So just to keep things simple, do this lesson opacity. So it's not right in my face for the, just to mention it. Just create the outer lines of this one. So I'm going to my inking brush, dry drying brush with branches, pressure sensitivity, it's about 20%. And let's think that Sonesh from this site create a new layer because I'm going to remove this later. So, and shadows are here. So I'm going to create thicker lines here. So these aren't going to be thinner. So just make thicker lines here. Thin hair, thick here, and thin here. That's great already because it's already a fun dueling Face. But maybe we can make it more exciting when there are differences in the thickness of the stroke. So let's undo this one. And let's make it more slowly and then keep changing your pressure sensitivity of the brush show pool and lift and pool, pool and lift. So you're going to make these kind of movements so you have thicker and thinner lines, but just make it one stroke. You see what I did here? What do you want to see? So this is push, lift, push, lift, push. So push y, o or higher the pencil to fled. So push, Make it a stroke, but I wanted more energetic. So push, straight, pump. There's dense than I did create a spot here. So then we go into, make a smooth line again here. And it doesn't have to close it all the way down. It's sketchy, sketchy doodling, so it's not supposed to be perfect. And this one is also have to be a smaller one. So not as much pressure as you would like perhaps. So this is, let's make it more interesting by creating some fine lines with the fine tip brush. So let's exaggerate this bit. So like, so perhaps something like this. And here's the shadow. So maybe we can create something like this. This is fun already, so I think I can get rid of the first sketch layer to make it easier for the mind. I think this is fun, it's energetic. I can work with this. So this. I'm going to make a new layer and I'm going to color it. And the coloring I do on, on the bottom, below the layers you see here. So let's gray create a color like yeah, I'm lately into the bluish teal color show. Blue petrol. Yeah, I think this is a fun color. Let's let me see. I'll go to my watercolor brush. Too dark so I make it less opaque. I can brighten it up a bit and make it more happy color. Yeah, I think I like that color. And let's make some college pleasures in this. It's like real water coloring. Sal, you wet the area in here and just you leave some color, some color fall into this area. So just tapping and tapping some color hair. If he did my watercolor whale clause and my lemon cello, bottle loss. You already noticed from me. So just let the color float in here. Go to your smudge tool with the same tool and just drag it a little bit out of there. So it's like the water. The ink is mixing with water and floats into this area. Don't bother if it goes outside the lines. You can always erase that part. Now I think this part is way too dark, so I'm going to pull in some wide from the canvas. Did this cannot be done in real watercolor. But let me get some white back in here. And then blended again. Just until I like it. Let these places exist and please let them be because that's way too much fun. Little bit more dark here. And so much it again, zoom out. Yeah, I think that it's very colorful and energetic colors. I don't like how much is getting outside of the lines, but I think a little bit is okay. So I'm going to erase with the same brush and let it play a little bit. So it's fun to have some late or colors outside of it. Sometimes I do that on purpose. Let's create some lovely blend in its. So with a black inking brush, new layer. Going to create it behind device or the POP, because I'm going to make it blend. So just make some scribbling, dueling plans. I did the shadow wrong. So I have to start here, up, thick, thin up, sit down. And it is fun, right? So let's take this a little bit more into. The pop and create some greenish. Greenish, greenish. What color do I like? I think this will be phi. Let me turn out a little bit grayish. So let me check because my canvas is making this darker in color. So let's go to my scribble tool and creates a lovely sketchy doodling planned out of this much and colors, a little tapping and dubbing. And do this to your own liking, right? I'm going to erase this part we should, because we shouldn't be able to see this. And also erase a little bit here. And there like this. It has a little bit white here. And it's got what I'm going to create also with some highlights in white and new layer. But below the black layer, I'm going to create some extra highlights with my inking rush at how fun is that. It's creating lovely diversity in flowers. Oh yeah, I like it like this. And now what we need is some more fun with these fine dots. So, oh, not in white and black. On new layer. All always do everything on a new layer. So let it happen. Maybe some white dots also. But I have to do it on top of the pot because of the vase or the flowerpot because we can see it otherwise. Happy dueling sketch. I like it. This one is ready. Get rid of my arrow. Perhaps some shadow. Let me see. Some grey water color, scribble, brush, create a new layer below. And some oh yeah, I like it. I hope you like it to make it to your own liking and have fun. Or perhaps you can create some little lines also on top of did, let me see, always make new layer so can, you can easily get rid of it. Just go to your fine tip again. Perhaps create some extra movement around this strokes. Well, just to your own liking or let me get rid of it. Some funny parts. Yeah, I like this one. So let's have fun and you can create whatever you want. Just look around in your house. You don't have to go outside. Just see what you have in your house and then create some fun painting of it. So I hope you like this one. It's supposed to be starting out easy. You see, when you're drawing, my mind always goes away and creating more. So that's how sometimes paintings will exist. So I hope you liked this class and see you in the next chapter. 6. Stove: So now that you have warmed up and getting to know the brushes, I will take you to the next level. I'm going to take you with me to my kitchen. I have a very small kitchen and so I don't own a stove. I only ever combi microwave oven. So I hated i'm sorry for that. But I took a picture out of Internet and go to your wrench tool. Click on references, click on image. And there you can import images. And so I imported in images of an image of a stove. Which one? I think it's very nice. It's, you can see the picture is a three-dimensional, but we're only going to do a Draw, a flood drawing of this one. So we only go into make the front page, front side of it. So slightly we can see its little rectangle. Not too much is almost square, but little bit higher to the top. So let's create that one with 6B pencil on the first layer. So we're going to sketch quickly, sketch a little rectangle shape. And it doesn't have to be precise, just little bit like this. And this one doesn't have any legs underneath, but I want mine to have little legs because I like that in an old fashion stove. You can draw this to your own liking, right? So that creates write once. But you can, you can make whatever you like. I used to have one like this in my old kitchen, in my former house. And then you have some on screw so you can make it level. So it was a very old one, but a familiar like this. And then we can see it has a top layer with the buttons. So like about here, it doesn't have to be precise. It's got to be funny. Small, one for the oven and two for the burner. And here also two for the burners. And here it's got a little on and off switch for the oven. So it already is looking like a novel than we can see a handle in which we can draw the open oven, open and some little window here. Now, just draw here. Let me start with that first, then some little handle and some windows so we can see our lovely apple cakes we can bake. In the Netherlands. The Dutch are famous for Apple cakes, apple, apple pies. So cinema and raisins and Apple. So I think this is fun already. And then we have to burnish on top plus we, cause we can only see the front of it. So this one, and I like a very large can of soup. No air to soup, pea soup, I don't like what are called p p's. So a lid on it, so like this. And then dots. It's supposed to be fun, right? So just create whatever you like and some kettle. You call it a kettle to boil water in for your TV. So like so. And then it's about this and it has some fluid on it. So I like that. Then wonder water beause, it's going to scream like hell. And so like this. So I think this is funny. It's already a quick sketch and just a reference picture. And then we go on from here. We click this goodbye. So it's not an away anymore. And we're going to use this one. And I'm going to make this less visible. And then we'll go into draw on a new layer on top of it. Go to your inking brush. Which one do we? Yeah, I think I'm going to do my shadow from the side here because I want some highlights on this. I'd like that. I don't know why, but sometimes idea, I create what I want and Let's go to the new layer and creates the backlight here. So I'm going to start with my six strokes, inking, brush, brush heart, and make it quick lines. So am press hard and mix them with slider pressure. So it's just a fun drawings are quick to seconds 12. And also for this one. And this is going to be slider strokes or less pressure. And just make it wobbly. Don't go in there. When you go all the way out of line, you have to go in there and redo that. But when it's just a little bit grouped, it's even more funnier, so it has to be fun. So this is okay for me to draw a little line here, little line, just make it go out of shape. Then we go into draw. This one. Creating it like this. This one slightly pressure, slightly pressure. And I think it may be crooks and a little bit strange. And as long as you make the thick strokes onto the right side and maybe even the bottom. So you can make this a little bit bigger, thicker than it will be, okay. And it's got to be a little bit wobbly. That's the fun part of it. So these ones, I'm going to make a thinner on the upside scenario on its way out of line. And slightly more pressure to the bottom one. Yeah, I think it's funny. This I'm going to color in all the way black, almost. Just leave some white dots if it doesn't get it in one time, please leave it like that because it's making exciting all the way. Black is so, so harshest, so boring. And I'm going to create a little window, just some. Quick shapes like this don't go any further because it tends to be a sketch like this also, top, top, top. These are fun equip drawings and I want you to have fun and drawing quickly and when you're going in too deep, and when you're going in even more, even more, even more, it's going to be clean and tidy and we don't want this for this kind of drawing. So make hard lines. Quick, quick, quick, thinner, thinner. Just put little nets and a button. Just color it in, but not all the way through some handles. Quick and easy while everybody can see that you can cook in it. And that's the part of the drawing. You have to see what it is, but not too precise. And also for this one, make funny lines and a thicker handle on it. That will be nice. I think I already like it like this. So let's go to the next part of this drawing. And let's color in with some watercolor underneath the painting. We get, going to get rid of the sketch. We don't need it anymore because I like it already like how it is. Now. Let's go to some watercolor and going to take a gray, Well, medium grey, my watercolor scribble brush. And remember this is my shadow side, so I'm going to lay in some color here and even more in the corner. So and then I'm going to smudge it yes. With a slight pressure and just don't smash it too much and just a little bit scribbling and dribbling because I want to see some texture in it. Not all the way flat coloring it like this. I don't mind if it's going outside of the lines. I think it's funny, but when you think it's too much, just take the same brush by holding it if you're underwrite brush, otherwise choose your watercolor scribble brush, lower the opacity and just smooth it out a bit, but don't get rid of it all because it's just way too much fun to leave it there. So I think this is fun. And also we're going to make some silver. So a little bit less gray, lighter gray. And we going to do the pots also like this. Pen supports cattle. So and let's much, there's also a little bit, so leave some wines whites behind. I think this is fun. And now let's create some more shadow and movement here. So let's create some width. We go into the fine tip on a new layer, new layer. I am going to do this on top of the stove and chose a black. And let's create some more fun. So this one, we can exaggerate this one. There's one. Just make some phone lines and creates lovely strokes around this. And this will be fun, some extra lines. This one is too much. And just, when you have a neat, hey, when you begin a line or ended, just leave it like that because it's, it's what makes your sketch unique, your sketchy style. And then we can drop in some color drops on a newly layered. So with when you're working with only black, you can make it more funny-looking. With this. It's going to be an energetic looking right now already. And then perhaps we can choose a fun background color. Purplish lavender, one. Like this, cool, cool Lebanon War. And I've got a background ink splash made for you. So let's create something larger. Well, we can oh, I did it, I did. I didn't I know we don't want new layer. So who's a teacher Hara? So create a new layer and bring it all the way down to the background. So just create fam splashes and you can play with it. Make him bigger, make them smaller, twist them. So I think this is fun and we can all make distortions, distortions with it. So get the motto really out of shape. So every shape is different. And now I'm going to create some splitter on this side in the same color. Go to my fine dots. Even here. And yet we can make some lighter Lightman. It's also all the way on top but not, not, not, not let me remind me. Stay always underneath the sketching layer. So not all the way on top. There's on your collars on top of your colours, but underneath the sketching part, we go to you're white and you're inking brush and create some fun highlights. So here we can have a highlight in the oven. We can create some highlights here. And maybe it's not all the way feasible because it's also in the lighter part of the colour, but we can see it's still create a, oh, yeah, there's one exception because I want to highlight also here. I have to go all the way on top of the sketch. But normally I don't do that. But it makes it more fun and vibrance. So let's do this. And also here on the lid. And I also want to make a scratchy one on top of the oven color with, I think the fine tip will do fine. So let's give it a glassy look. It's like glass. So a shimmer can also have it here. And then we can also with the fine tip choose for black. And we create some hatches to make some extra shadow. If you want. I think that's funny. Yeah, I think it's this one is finished. Well, it's a very short clause. It's a very expressive painting. Just about something you have in the house. Everybody except me has something like this in the house. And well, let's, let's draw your own one. So I hope you like this and see you in the next chapter. 7. Mixer: So thank you for hanging in there. And if you're not bored of me yet, we're going to draw some other via one. For this one, I'm going to use also a reference picture. I'm going to my a wrench to Canvas Select reference. I'm going to my Images and there I have a picture taken of a blender, of a mixer. Yeah. And let's take this one is about something I have in my own kitchen, but it's way older. So I took this one as a reference picture. So when I look at the overall shape, it's almost like a square. So start, start sketching from a square. So we take a square, It's approximately in the middle of the canvas. Yeah. Remember, do not make it precisely. Then we can make something like this shape here. It's a rectangle, so something about here. And then this shape and make it a little bit more crooks because that's what alike. And maybe it's that how I am myself. And then here we have to have the bottom part. And it's a little bit more outside of this one, so little bit further than this one. And here we have our mixer area where your hook is coming from. We have button like here or something like that. And then I'm going to create a bowl on the needed. So this approximately I think it might be bigger and a little bit more around. I think it's fun. We can use some cup around here if you like. But you don't have to do that. Do I like it? Yes, I like it. And I think we sketched our blender in our mixture in way less time. We just look at the shapes and then we draw it and then make it less opaque. And let's have fun with this one. So creating a nice sketch. I think this is the part where light is coming from this time because of the ball, it's my idea of getting lightness from. So let me check an arrow, create a new one, and let's start drawing. So my thicker lines will be within brush on a new layer. Yes, I've got it correct. My thick lines will be the ones that are in the shadow, so all the right ones, and this one is also instead of this one is ensured. How does this all downstrokes on the right side and strokes that are on the bottom part of it. So let's start with this, that one with Quicksort shapes. So maybe thicker. I'm on the right. Yes, I'm on the right one. I think I've got to go to o. This is in a way, 20%, I think 2020, I think 20 will be okay. So I'm going to leave this here because of the, the lightning. So that's the highlights. That's what I want to draw later on. So I'm going to keep it there. So this one is going to be thicker and thicker. Thinner here. Thin. Just let them overlap a little bit. So a thicker won, a thinner one, speaker, one thin, thin, thick. And you can make it a little bit rounder if you want. So we can make its sum like this because it's around mixture also. I think this one has to be smaller. So I think this will be fun already. And is one sketching little bits. Just mix your thicker lines which are thinner lines and it will be okay. Thin line, thicker line, thinner line, thick line, thin, thin thing. Just make it grouped and hooked. And also for this one we did with the stove, just these upper lines here on the left side can be thinner and this one can be cigar. So saying Bush, Bush and thinner again, make it fun. So that's why we have are and our main sketch lines. And now we're going to take with the senior lines, we're going to create some extra lines. So go to the fine tip. And let's exaggerate these lines a little bit. So let's go in there and make some drawings. Just give him some more energy. These aren't seeable. So here, just make them go outside the lines. It's very fun just to do this. I like it. It's so much fun. So now I have to sketch ready, I'm going get rid of my layer four, the sketch with the first sketch we did, and now we go into make some color. We make a new color underneath the thick lines we just created. And we're going to choose a gray because of our canvas, which has already a darkening function in it because of the color burn. So and we go to our scribble brush, watercolor scribble brush, and we lay down some colors in this painting. Very slightly pressure and on the right side we create, again with scribbling and doubling more pressure. So just mix in some slightly color blends. No pressure at all. Just let it sit and then creates a little more color on the right side because that will be a shadow sides. And we go into mix it again and blend it. Just make it a tap and depth that leaves some textures behind, so not smudge it all the way through to keep some fun and some movement in your paintings. Like this, script and devil make it like this. And yeah, now I see I erased almost every darkness here, so I'm going to fold it in again. And I think I like what I am going to see right now. So yes, this part is done. And I'm going to a new layer, and i'm going to do the disbarred and the button here going to take a slightly lighter gray and just going to emerge that in here like this. And I think that's enough, enough, enough of it's slightly different here. And as much it just a slight, slight touch. And I'm going to do the same color, maybe slightly different, slightly lighter also in the bowl and mixing bowl. Just coloring here, very low pressure. Almost none. Just let it slide and don't colored in all the way. I just want that you have some areas where there is no any color at all. And then we can make it darker around here, just like you to picture. So it goes all the way down here also. And then we're going to tap and Deb, I'm blended a little bit in. Just leave some texture here, so it will be fun. And now I spoiled here and I want to get rid of that. So I'm going to erase this part. Normally I don't mind, but too much is too much. And I think we're getting there already. And we got the we're going to have to play with some highlights again. Let me see. I'm going to on top of this layer, but I'm going to stay underneath the layer we sketch. So I'm going to create a new layer on top of the areas. I did the color in and go into my pure whites with my dry ink. And I am going to check where I want my highlights and then I'm going to think about some other highlights. So here are the highlights here, here, and here. So I'm going to create that with some firm stripes. Different pressure to, so start with no pressure and give it more pressure. It's going to be much more energetic like this. And it's gone also here. And I think this is too boring if I don't do this. So just to your own liking, do whatever you like. So I'm going to give it some rim light here. And maybe some slightly here. Also, here, some lighter and here slide one. More or less. Just to make it interesting to look at like this. And I think this is a lighter area so we can get a thicker stroke here. Maybe a thicker part, it's fun. And slightly down here. Maybe also here. And I think we're done, right, this. And now I'm going to get rid of this arrow because it's annoying. It's not making my composition look okay. And perhaps we can do some splintering behind all that. So we go to the top of the bottom layer and getting some gray, go to my background Inc. And just give some splashes. Well, that's what you get when you put on your mixture and you didn't get a lid on it. So I have that once with powdered sugar. That's not funny, I can tell you. So if you like it, you can do it like this. You can make it less opaque if you don't want it to be that in your face. And we can create some fine dots around. So it will be, well, let's do it on new layer. I did it on the same layer. So let's get rid of that. Make a new layer on top of it. I think this last one is not okay. I think I'm going to get rid of that one. I'll just do it to your own liking. Maybe, perhaps on a new layer, some white also, just to make it more fun. And I have to do with this on top of the column. The Black Sea make a see-through but the wide Ange. So I'm going to do that on top. And here you have a fun kitchen blender, so I like it. I hope you do too. So have fun. 8. Christmas Tree: So we're almost near the holiday season and Christmas is coming. And I think maybe you would like to draw some Christmas tree, perhaps use it on a Christmas card for anything like that. First of all, I want an energetic Christmas tree is like in the wind. It has to be careful, so I'm going to create a movement line. So my Christmas tree will be like something like, Well, this about cheerful and yet here I am. So from this point on, I'm going to draw my Christmas tree shape. So it's fun and some stamp on it. So yeah, that would be a lovely Christmas tree already. But it's energetic. It's, it's funny, it's flowing and therefore, this is my sketch. Wow, it's only underneath one minutes I think. So I'm going to light not to scratch, make it less visible, create a new layer on top of that and go to my dry ink brush right away. I'm going to make exactly some sketchy energetic lines in black. Gave it some colour, honey. So let's make a quick line. Maybe it's too thick. So here I am. Or do I want it to be like this? Yeah, I wanted to be cheerful. Tree. It's got to be smiling. And I like it like this. And then do some sketchy lines on top of deaths with fun and energetic lines. I'm going to take the fine tip, move it up a bit to say 17% houses, Buddha like it. I don't know, sometimes I think I do them too thin, so I am going to thicken it up again. So just make some notes to thickness per, into the other lines. They have to be way thinner than the lines you see here. So maybe perhaps a little bit thinner, too big. I think it's got to be fun. And I have to add something to it. Get rid of my first sketch layer. Yes, I like it like this already. So some extra lines. And what I like to do is when I put them a little bit up higher. So I'm going to create some vine surrounded what's cheerful and energetic. So I think this will be my Christmas tree already, perhaps creating a little star on top of it. Do it on a new layer so I can make adjustments to my liking. So 1.1 leg. That's, so does this fun. And now it's time for some coloring. Go to a new layer, make it below all drawing layers. My sketching layers off. So all the way on the bottom I have my layer for my coloring. And what color do I want? I want some bluish greenish look. And I got to take it very slight, more to light because my canvas is darkening my color. Let me see. Do I like this color null because it's in the wrong pencil? I'm going to my watercolor scribble brush right now. Yes, I think this will be lovely color, maybe a little bit lighter. For my Christmas cards? Yes, I think I like this little blue icon decided, it's all to your own feeling. Not too bluish. I think the color for that was better. So now I'm ready. Sometimes the head of an artist, Wow, it's sometimes very weird. So let's go to scribble brush and let's color in between those sicker lines. Those are the main law lines. And if you don't like what you see right now, you can get rid of all the lines so it's more visible to you what lines you will be using. Like this and just blend in. All arrest, toughened up scribble and they've also don't lose her way too much texture. And now I've almost lost it all. So I'm going to create a little bit more in it and scribble and DEVO. So I think this is fun and going to get rid of a bit of the extras. So erase that a little bit too much here. And you see I don't have it's filled all the way with color and that's fine. I like it like that because it has to be fun and real watercolor looking like. So that's how we do this. Is again, go into the next layer on top of that and choose a little brownish color for the stem. And make it a little bit smaller to dark. And I'll go over it here because of the shadow on top of it, because the, the branches of the tree are hanging over it. So then blend it a little bit also with a smaller brush. Just tapping in dubbing and making it fun to look at. And now lets choose all the layers back again. Well, this is looking funny already. And let's create a golden star. So choose a golden orange, like so I think. And so I wanna bits very small. And also tap and up and create some color differentiation differences in your star when you zoom out, this has more color and more fun, and you're almost already done with your Christmas tree. So let's create some funny dots and do it also on a new layer again. And well, you have to create to your own liking, make it more fun and happy and cheerful. And perhaps some white dots also. And you can mix and sketch even more with the fine tip if you like. So perhaps some dueling here and some scribbling here at the bottom. And I think it's funny. I think we can make it much more bigger because it's too small for the painting, for the paper for your canvas. So I'm going to select all these layers by swiping then a little to the right, not the other n1 underneath because it's sketch, we don't do anything with it. And now you can group them all together. And we patch on this new group so you can remove by the arrow tool, you can remove the whole group at once. Well, at least as u has got it on uniform. So I think this will be a nice Christmas cards, you think. And for this one, well, you can write your own own letters. I made stamps out of it for another class I made to, well, it didn't become a class. Christmas. And here I've got no yet. And Noel is French for my Christmas. Put it underneath there. So then you have a fun Christmas card. And it's very energetic and fun and very quickly made, made. And I hope you like it and you can also write it with your own pencil. I put in my messy brush pen. And there you can write Merry Christmas with brush lettering if I've also very small beginnings brush letting class. So we create, if you want to do this new layer, create a flatline, hold it to snap, and then put your finger so it's got a perfectly shaped edge. And then you can create another layer on top of it. And right, Merry Christmas with thick strokes and very thin downstroke. So lift, push, push, push, push, push, push lifts, push, lift, lift, lift, push, lift, push, push, push. I have to think. Push with adults and lift, push, push, lift, push and lift. Have to think in English, it's very hard to think and write and talking. Push, push, push, push lifts, push, lived, push, push, lift. And then you can delete your layer here and center it and make it to your size. You want little smaller, perhaps. Center it all the way here. So also very funny. So I hope you like it. 9. Santa Gnome: Well, okay, I want to share another one with you. It's my Christmas Santa unknown. It's way too much fun to not share it with you how I drew it. So let's get on to it. We're going to start with taking our 6B pencil again. And for this one, I'm going to do a different approach. For this one, I'm going to create my movement also like within the Christmas tree. I'll do just a movement from this one. And this will be my center and the movement of the center. Now, from here on, I'm going to draw a little drop, which is very thick, very blotchy. And you can make it smaller and you can make it more of a belly. So just to do it to your own liking. So if you want a bigger one, like so, or you can create one which has a big belly and a small Top. I think this one is lovely. And perhaps I can make some adjustments with my liquefied push and make sure the distortion and the momentum are off and make it a bigger one. Because I think it can be a little bit more round shaped in here, like so. And now thing, I think this one is perfect. And this will be my overall sent out gnome. Somewhere in the middle. I'm going to give him a nose. A big nose, which is approximately half the size of the of the width of the drop. And there he will have a big white fur of pets and also a little one down here. And he has to have some arms, approximately the same highs and some mittens to keep its hands soft and warm. I think these one can be a little bit more bigger and lobby or two feet? Two feet? Yeah. And a beard. He must have a beard, so don't think too hard of it. But here you have your sent out note. Well, that's easy, right? So we're going to make sure this sketch is not as much visible. It will distract us and recreate a new layer on top. And we go to black and a dry ink pencil again. And I think my lights are coming from this way, so my shadow will be here and also the thick lines will be here. So just take it easy. We're not going to do hard straight lines yet because we have to follow. So make the shape about 17%. Will she be a little bit harder on this side? We don't want to get here because I wanted to fire off its head to be there. So lift it and go all the way around. Lighter, lighter pressure. So you get a thinner stroke here. Like so. And I also went over the, over the hands and that's not what we want, but I'm going to make adjustments to it later. Just make sure you do the hands on a different layer. So I hope I can remind myself. From there on, I am going to do the firm its head. So the, the part that's beneath it, I'm going to make sicker strokes and saner strokes in the upper part of it. And so and his nose thin, push thin again because the upper part is small and his beard has to have shed out from this side. So I'm going to start here with thick downstrokes and slider up strokes, like so. And then I'm going to create his arm, but not is admittance. And I went over. So I'm going to do this again and like so. And is feed can also be here but lifts, push, lift again, lift, push, lift again. And we can do this one also push lifts. And for his mittens, I'm going to do it on a layer on top. Push, lift, fen and thin, push thin. And I'm going to do a thinner part here. And now I'm going to just get this one a little less vague. And I've gone to check on the hands. So now I'm going to zoom in and out. You can see what part I have to erase for this one and have to erase it on the layer beneath it because and yes, this is what I want. So you can see I erase part of this line. Also have Bard here. Yes. It wasn't too much, but I think it looks better now. And we go into, do this again. And I think our drawing is already a finished, so we can get rid of the sketch layer and then we going to color it in. So go to the bottom, create a new layer, and go to your kind of red, reddish color and choose your watercolor scribble brush. And because this is our darker sides on the rights, we're going to flatten our colors in there. So just a little bit harder on the right side, next to his beard. Bush, slightly. Lighter on the left side, so you can see two color variation in it. And also on a sleeve, a little more pressure here. You can even tap and debit, so make it darker again. Slightly pressure here. Don't color it all the way in. And some slightly pressure in the right side of his arm because there will be some shadow. And now we can blend it a bit in the same tool as we have banned it. Don't make it to heart. Don't blend all away, all your few color or texture. Just leave it emits like real watercolor. Yes, play along slightly touching it. I think this is already so much fun. And now, because this must be whites, I'm going to erase the parts that I, I missed. A little bit smaller. A little bit. It's like so. And then we have slightly shadow in the beards. The beard is all wide, but he has a shadow in it. So go to almost whites and then slightly to the grey a little bit. And let me see what it does. And I'm going to New Layer for that because when I go outside of the lines, I can erase an easily. Yeah, I think there's this nice color for this. So the bottom part and slightly derived part of the beard, but also we have some shadow underneath his nose. He will be having some shadow and honest admittance here. And also on the shoes. And we can blend them a bit and make it small. Yes. A little bit, not too much. Make sure you leave the gestures visible. Just up and up. Just enough so you can see some shadow and some highlights. Letting go of all your perfectionism here. That's great for all those little perfectionist in us. I go into this much a bit here and a C, I spoiled a bit here. So I'm going to erase that. Well, that's fun and easy one, right? And now I have two colors knows. And for that, I taking a little bit of a preachy, preachy, orangey, orangey look. Also doing it on a new layer. And let me see, I like this color. So make sure you leave some spots that you have not colored in. So it will look very playful. Create a double and then make it some darker and blended in a little bit, just a little bit, make sure you leave some textures behind. And here we go with our gnome, But we could add a little sum. We can add some little more movement to it. So let's go and choose black again and go to a fine tip. And we go all the way on top. And there we're going to create some smooth lines. What thickness is this? I think that will be okay and it's about 20% if, and let's create some movement like so, hair. And perhaps here some sketchy lines. Make it about a funny, create some inner lines. Perhaps something like this. I don't want it to be touching the first side of his head. And I want some roundness around this. And then we're going to make this new squirrel. Sure. And I'm going to do is on top. So we know I don't like it. I stopped too early and this one is too far off. So I like this one. And now we're going to make some cheerful dots again. So yea, he's almost, almost ready for his Christmas. It looks a little bit like he has way too much chocolate and cookies and milk and everything. And we going to make him more cheerful with some highlights in it. For that, I go to a new layer, choose drying, and create some lovely textures. And under new layer, I want to be underneath all the sketchy lines. So all the way up to here. So I have all the sketchy lines on top of it. And I'm going to create some highlights. You see like it's below all the sketchy lines. And I want some glimmer on his nose and on his sleeve here, and also within one here because It's not a highlight, its rim light and I want to have something happening here also. So it makes it more fun to look at, not as boring as flat coloring. So on the light, at the bright side, the highlights can be bigger. And on the dark side, just some few little room lights will be lovely. So I think are sent on them, is ready. Just in a few minutes you have a lovely, lovely painting of a, of a happy sent on DOM. So I hope you enjoyed my class and I hope I have taught you some new things. I hope you can let go of your perfect perfectionism and also perhaps helping you in there about anything you can draw. You just have to see the magic of it and make it loose and sketchy Doodle out of it. So thank you for watching again. I hope you enjoyed this class and please show me your results in the projects area of this class and leave me some reviews. And you can also tag me on Instagram. I would love to see what you all created out of it. Thank you for watching and see you in my next class. Bye bye. 10. Some more examples and tips: So now you have finished this class. I think you can draw almost anything you see. Just have a good look of what you see. Look for shapes and draw in a few easy steps and doped forget. It's all about having fun. Drawing is supposed to be fun. Here you will see some other examples of me. And like, have you ever looked in your kitchen for some mixed martial blender or coffee machine? Or what about what's in front of you right now? Perhaps you can draw an iPad or a laptop. Or what about desk lamp? You can also draw a cupboard or chair. Just look and see what is in front of you. I hope I have given you lots of inspiration to draw. Thank you for watching this class and I hope to see you again in my next class. Bye bye for now.