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Create a Stylised Portrait using Procreate - Digital Ilustration

teacher avatar Beach Life Studio, Illustration Artist

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14 Lessons (49m)
    • 1. Class Intro

    • 2. Warm up Practice

    • 3. Sketching Tools & Tips

    • 4. Drawing the Face Guide

    • 5. Class Exercise: Drawing Faces

    • 6. Emotions

    • 7. Hair & Accessories

    • 8. Class Exercise: Style

    • 9. Creating a Moodboard

    • 10. Creating a Colour Palette

    • 11. Adding Colour

    • 12. Eyes & Adjustments

    • 13. Adding Shadow & Final Details

    • 14. Speedpaint & Final Thoughts

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In this class you'll be creating your own stylised Portrait.

You will be taking part in a couple of class exercises which help you build confidence in drawing faces and start to develop unique style to your portraits. I'll be walking you through the whole process to complete a stylised portrait, exploring with different expressions, hairstyles and accessories.

I will be using Procreate for this class but feel free to use another drawing app or paper if you prefer.

This class is suited perfectly if you are beginner as I take you through all the steps you need, including my layers, brushes and share tips along the way.

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Beach Life Studio

Illustration Artist


Hi, I'm Carly!

The creator and owner of Beach Life Studio. I’m a British girl living in Australia, an artist and small business owner! You can find me drawing on the iPad or drinking my iced coffee. I enjoy sunny days filled with positive vibes.

I love creating uplifting designs to empower and inspire you to create your dream life! It’s never too late to start!

My journey started by sharing my art and creative process online. About one year in and I had slowly built up a freelance business, working with clients to illustrate their Children's book projects, portraits, logos and opening up my Etsy shop on the side.

Fast forward to the start of 2022, I have now created my own online store. Running it indepen... See full profile

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1. Class Intro: Hi, I'm Callie. I'm from the UK that live in Australia where I work now from my home studio as a freelance illustrator. I'm mostly known for my girl portraits and characters using Procreate. And in this class, I will be helping you to build confidence in drawing faces, gain more skills using the Procreate app and adding a unique style to you. I import traits. You will get lots of free downloads in this class, including one of my very own custom brushes that I've made. You will have all the knowledge and resources that you need to create your very own stylized poetry. I am teaching you this class is in the Procreate app, which is available on the iPad. I will be sharing a warm-up process that I use to help improve my Jordans and sketching tips. I have some fun class exercises that you can try, which will help build your confidence and skills. I cover an easy way to draw a face as emotions, hair, and accessories. I will then take you through the whole process, creating a mood board, picking colors, and adding final details to bring our final poetry together. I share all the brushes and layers that I use along the way. You can follow along with the same portray I do in this class, or come up with your own design. I will take you through all the steps you need so that by the end of this class, you will have your very own stylized poetry and you will feel confidential, creating even more going forward. You can come back to these lessons are anytime, so feel free to watch them again if you need to. So I hope you're excited to get started. I will see you in the first lesson. 2. Warm up Practice: One good exercise to make a habit of is warm-up sketches. I would usually head over to Pinterest for this and find a photo that inspires me that I would like to sketch from. I would try not to spend too long picking something here as it is only for a warm-up exercise. I do have folder on Pinterest bars saved different airport traits over time. And this way I can easily refer back and use one. If I'm struggling to find any photos from the main feed, I will leave a link to my folder in the class notes in case you would like to use any for yourself. Hi, I'm going to pick this goes photo here as I really like the simple look and post that she has. So to open up, Procreate, I'm just swiping up from the bottom of the iPad and then I can drag the app to the side. If you're not seeing procreate showing, you just need to have opened it up separately in the app beforehand. So brush I will be using is called Tara's Oval sketch brush. And I had downloaded this one separately to the app awhile ago, but I really love yeast in it. One of our other I used to love before that was the 6 B pencil. And you can find that under sketch in which is already available in the Procreate app. Given a warm-up sketches is a good habit to start your day with. It can be a relaxing thing today As you already have a reference, fights high and you're just sketching from what you say. It can help with fewer risks before going into actual illustration work. It can help build up your skills in drawing and build muscle memory. I find it really good. Two sets. It's high on my fine for about five or ten minutes and only draw within this time for each sketch the ID. This way, you don't have as much time worrying about the small details, but instead focusing on the larger shapes during this practice regularly will definitely help you improve. Your joins are lot faster. Sometimes these warm-up sketches end up in an idea that you can develop into something or feel i and stylize the image to make it unique. This is something that I will be covering more in depth throughout the clauses. But at this stage days and any pressure for these select good right now, we had just purchased in and having fun. Hello. 3. Sketching Tools & Tips: Now I want to share three tools that I like to make my sketches like better. I will use my warm-up sketches here to show you these examples. The first thing I j, is I will always flip the canvas to j. This I go to the wrench tool at the top left of Procreate and click Canvas. I come down the list, I will click Flip Canvas Horizontally. Now you might notice some parts of the drawings look a bit weird. This is because your brain gets used to see in an image One way that when you flip it over, any errors will jump out at you that you didn't see before. Another thing I like to use is the selection tool. For this, I will go up to the top left bar and click the S type icon. And I make sure it's selected to free hand down at the bottom. Once you selected an area, you can resize it by dragging out the corners. You can move it around or use the green spots are the top there to rotate it. Just saw is also good if you want a bit more freedom in moving the square. Lastly, I'm going to use the Liquify tool, which you'll find by going to adjustments, which is this wand icon at the top left, and down at the bottom of the list, you'll see liquefy. I usually have it on the push Option and adjust the size to what I need. Then I use it to push around areas of the sketch until I feel that it looks better. This is why it's good to play around at the sketch stage, as it doesn't matter how messy you make it. You won't ruin it by changing things around as it is just the sketch. It's better to get the sketch right before you go into finalizing it. As if you see an error later on down the line, it may be harder to change it. So I'm just going to flip my canvas back around and check again if anything looks off. You can reuse the tools again until you feel satisfied. Sometimes it can help to return to the Juran's a bit later in the day. So you can see them with fresh eyes. If this guy's still is unfailing, right? You can add a new layer on top, take the opacity down of the sketch layer underneath and then draw it again. With the first sketch underneath. You will have that guide and you will start to find each sketch looks better. This is also where your style consults take form. The first sketch may look close to the reference, but as you draw a new version, each time, you will start to add in your own details and style. This is something that I will be covering more in the next videos. So I will see you there. 4. Drawing the Face Guide: I want to share a simple guide to draw in the face. In this class. I'm only going to show you the front face feeds. Keep it simple, but I do have another class on Skillshare. If you'd like to learn more. In that class, I do cover the side view and free equal to VA, as well as my approach to drawing the eyes, nose, and mouth. So you do check it out after this class if you're interested. So you always start by drawing a circle for the face. Then draw two lines from the edge of the circle and connect it together to make the chin area. For the chin area, this shape hair or depends on the character you enjoin so you can change it up if you like. Next, I would make a cross shape right through the middle of the circle, bringing it free the chin area as well. In the bottom half of this circle is where the eyes would guide. The noise would sit on the line here and the mouth would be in this lower section here. Basically is generally or in line with the top of the eyes and finish at the bottom of the NYSE. To place the hair line are usually divide the top part of the circle into three sections by making two dash marks. And the hairline would follow, finishing out the a's. And the neck tends to start in line with the eyebrows. And then the eyebrows generally sits on the middle line, which I've forgotten to draw here. Don't worry if this is fairly a little bit overwhelming right now. This is only a general guide. And the more you practice faces, it will become a lot easier over time. So here is another example using the base guide, but stylizing their face to be a little bit more unique. This time I have made the chin section a lot shorter. And I am placing the eyes we've been the bottom of the circle, but bringing them a lot lower than the face features, draw it out. Still keeping the nose on the circle line and the lips in the same area. I haven't changed any of the base guide, but have just played around with a few elements to add in some more character. Let's move on now to the next class. Bye, I'm gonna take you for a really easy and fun exercise so we can practice drawing some different face styles and characters. So I will see you there. 5. Class Exercise: Drawing Faces: So let's practice some face storylines from the base guide that we created from the previous lesson. I have provided a download in the class resources belie, if he would like to use this face guide for practice. This is a fun exercise where I challenged you to create some fun and unique faces. This was definitely a challenge for me as if you follow my work, you would know the typical way that I draw faces. But I tried to push myself out of my comfort zone and come up with some unique characters, as well as using different emotions, which I will cover a bit more of in another lesson. I would encourage you to make each face a little different. Play around with the chin area and the face features. You can make different shapes, sizes, and you can move things around a little. Going out of the realistic face structure is what can help stylize a character and make it more interesting. Sometimes it's only little tweaks that make a massive difference. This challenge can take you out of your comfort zone and push you to explore new ways of drawing the face. You might even find something that you like that you wouldn't have thought about before. Feel free to post your faces in the project section below so that we can all see what you've come up with. These faces. Don't have to be perfect. Just have fun with it and be open to shiny things. 6. Emotions: Adding facial expressions and emotions can help bring a character to life and make them look more interesting. There are so many expressions sheets on Pinterest, which are great for learning. I will suggest creating a border on there and stop pin in them so you can refer back to if you need them. My favorite way of drawing expressions are pretty simple and subtle. It always depends on how you like your drawings to Lake. There are so many expressions to explore more than I ever even thought about since finding all of these photo references. I would encourage you to look for new animations that you hadn't really falls off before and see what else you can create. Let's draw four of the main face expressions. Happy, sad, angry, and shocked. There are three key areas which will make easy change for different emotions. These are the eyebrows, eyes, and mouth. For a happy face that is smiling. It is pretty neat, true. And the mouth would just turn up at the corners and make an a half circle. To make it more expressive than you could do an open mouth smiling, and where it would push the cheeks up. Sometimes making a curved line under the eyes can add to that. Sometimes the eyebrows can raise higher if the person is really happy, or this could be known as an excited expression T. Okay, so for the sad expression that peoples would usually look down on the Browse, 10 down at the edge. So mouth would just be the opposite to the happy expression. So an upside down smile. And to make it more expressive, you can add in the eyelids quite low over the eye, and you can move the mouth higher to really exaggerate the sad fill in. For the angry expression. You would turn the eye brows inwards and pointing down in the middle. As you can see, the eyebrows can really make a difference to each expression. We've just delay. So adjust in. The mouth is similar to the side expression, but it's a little less curved and more tense. You can bring the eyelids down a little, and I've been in the mouth, creates more information. Lastly, let's look at the shocked face by Jordan. The people's directly in the middle of the eyes gives that fearful or shops look. Then I am enjoying the mouth as around I evil. You can always judge how the eyes to longer able shapes and the mouth the same. Then because the face would be stretched out a lot more, It's good to make the chin area longer as well. I would suggest practicing emotions with simple lines and shapes to start with, and use references to practice. I ne, start with a few emissions at first and keep adding more. As you start to feel more confident. 7. Hair & Accessories: We can now add some hairstyles and accessories to the previous sketches we made from the face exercise. I'm going to lower the opacity of the layer a little bit and then make a new layer on top. Let's give this a headband to it. I also think I'll add some curly hair as well. For the hair, I'm just doing small curved shapes like the letters S and say, during small lines like this just gives it some more texture and move men, instead of doing one connecting line. I'm going to give this girl a side fringe and some braids. This is the way that I found best for him braids. I basically do a zigzag line and then I connect the corners with these C-type curves, as you can see here. For an accessory, I'm just going to add some flower earrings. For this one. I think WHO give her a hat to wear and o say add a little flower to give it a summary fail. Then I will make her hair long and wavy. This one looks quite young, so I think I'll add some key pigtails on a fringe. And then let's give her some key fractals as well. The last one I think I'll turn into a man. I personally choose not to draw men unless it's for a client. But I fu, our data is as another example. And I think I'll give him a bit as well. I'll just bring the opacity back up. And because their faces are on a different layout, I can now erase any lines that I pay underneath. So now we'll just be able to see the drawings a lot clearer. I might make this headband as a tie up one, which actually I think looks a bit better. And I think I'm gonna give them man, some blouses, some other accessories you could add, our hair obeys, or hair clips. Giving you a poetry. It's different hairstyles and accessories can bring three personality and help enhance the drawer. And it can also help create a story to the character just by adding these extras. And plus, it's fun today. 8. Class Exercise: Style: Now let's try another drawer and exercise to help us build our confidence to be more creative. We are faces. I have put together to reference sheets that you can start off with. The more you do, the better you will improve your drawings and style. In case you're not sure where to find these attachments, you just need to scroll below the video. Click to Projects and Resources, and you will see the attachments on the right-hand side. These ones are just from another class, so yours will look different. But once you have downloaded them, they should appear in your photos, which you can open straight into Procreate. Go to actions at the top left, and click, Insert a photo. The opacity of the photos are already lowered. So you just need to make a new layer on top and then you can start sketching. For the first row of friends. I would recommend tracing over the photo from what UC. Doing this exercise can improve muscle memory and help you observe how different faces look. So here I am just focus in on the shapes of the face as I draw. And notice in certain elements of the structure, we want to use what we learned from these flat shapes to help us understand proportions. It can help us see where to place certain elements, how to space them out and size them correctly. Maybe an Onto the next reference picture. This time I will play around with the sizes and placement of features. I am trying to make each face different, again, similar to our last exercise. This time we have the reference as a guide, which will help push us to create something different to what we see underneath. This one, I have made the eyes a lot bigger and a different shape. And I am playing around with the emissions and shapes again. I recommend adding accessories and change in the hairstyles to play around with each face and see what you come up with. Again, feel free to post any joins in the class project section below, I would really love to see what you come up with. And this young man. Hi. 9. Creating a Moodboard: So now we can start creating our chasing character. I'm going to use the SCO from the warm-up sketches we did. And the first step is creating a mood board. To find my reference pictures. I will be using Pinterest. I have already decided that I want her to wear a head band after we did our previous lesson on hair and accessories. As I feel that would look really key on her. Once I found one that I like, I can just click on the three dots and click download image. This will now be saved to my photos, which I can bring into procreate later. I really loved the floral pattern, but I will see if there is a different one that catches my eye instead. I then found is polka dot one. Say I downloaded that. So then I fall as I really loves the Caracalla, I wanted to find a color palette with this in. I went to my Pinterest folder that I've created over time, which actually shows I have pinned 132 color palette. So definitely a lot to choose from. After seeing the plants. I then for that Daisy earrings could be KID. So I searched for that, but instead I came across some bumblebee ones. I decided to download a reference picture, and then I fall. I would search more bumble bee earrings to see if any of us stood out to me. I then came across the keys is pair of earrings. So I definitely had to save this photo. Lastly, I fall, I might add her wearing a top. You wait and see much of it though. So I'm only focusing more on the neck line. As you can see, once you search one thing, it can lead us so many more ideas. I started with a headband, not knowing what else I wanted to add. That ended up with new ideas as I went along. So I have now bro, all of the phases into Procreate. And I'm going to create the mood board. I am just using the selection tool here. And we're on the rectangle option. I will click and drag around the head band. However, click on the arrow to select it. Swipe three fingers down the screen and click on Copy and Paste. Going into the layer, I will swipe across to the left and hits delay on the part that I don't need. I just think it's nice. It's a clean up some photos like this to focus on the pot you actually need. So then I just move around the fighters and place them where I see fit. And I will cut and paste a few of our photos as well if needed. You don't have to spend ages making your meat boards look perfect. Creating these can just be fun today, and it does really help to get a clearer idea for the finished result. After doing this, I decided I wanted a different color palette. So I typed in some in nature color palette. I then found this really lovely one here, so I downloaded it, I brought it into procreate, and then I just did the same and replaced it with the F1. Once I am happy, I will add colors into a new palette. Today this I can hold my finger on to the first column. And that has now selected air, which you can see in the top right-hand circle. Then I will click here on the circle, I'm going to color palettes at the bottom right. Next I will come to the top right and click on the Plus button to create a new color palette. Now I click into the gray box area and the Callaway previously selected will show up there. I will then hold my finger down on the next color and added the rest in. You can click untitled palette if you want to rename it. But for now I'm just going to leave it as it is. If you'd like to use the same mood board feel IN character, feel free to download in the resources section below. 10. Creating a Colour Palette: In this class, we're going to create our final colors for the poet trait. First, I will duplicate the sketch layer by swiping to the left and clicking on duplicate. I will use this selection tool to resize and move around the sketches. I have it selected to uniform at the bottom. And this will ensure that it stays as a square when resizing it. Once happy, I will pinch the layers together. So now they are on one layer and I will take the opacity down a little bit. I will now make a new layer, then click and hold the layers, drag it underneath the sketch. This way the sketch will shave free when we place the colors, go into my color palettes, I will first choose a skin color. I am just choosing one of my go-to game times from a palette I've already made before. I will keep all three skin colors the same to start with, and I'll be used in the 6 B pencil. It doesn't really matter what brush you use. This idea of rough placement. I could have placed this game colors as I did each color palette, but for some reason I've decided to put them on separate layers to start with. You can just do it either way. It doesn't really matter. So you're going back to the first collars layer. I will pick some colors from the palette we made previously and place them down. Not worried about being neat with lines here it is, I need to get a general idea of how the colors are working together. And I'm only focused in on the large areas. I will make sure to add the headband and earrings, as they were the extra accessories. I also just use small blobs on the headband to give me the effect of the daisies that I will draw. Once you're happy, then you can move on to the next layout and try something different. I quite like the orange hair, so I stuck with that. But full I would try a red headband to make a drawer in more effective and to make the selection prices Asia, I would aim for a limited color palette. Maybe I could cover more about colors. I, in another class. For the last one I fall, I would try pink hair, but I wanted to make the pink and this a bit more vibrant. So I clicked along the bottom, it's a classic. I can move freely, select a color that I like. So I'm just leaving the color a little higher here. Then I decided that the skin was clashing slightly, so it made the skin color a bit darker for more contrast. I did really like the two color, so I use that again. And I think it goes really nicely with the pink. I antiques the sketch layer and pinching the canvas to zoom out a bit. I really likes the top and bottom one. Couldn't decide. So I actually uploaded an Instagram story poll to see what you liked best. Thanks so much for inviting if you saw that. And you can join me in the next class where we will start applying the colors that you helped me vote for. 11. Adding Colour: So after a poll of hasty to Instagram, it will cyclase. But there were 55, it's more that went in for this one. So in this lesson I'll be placed in the colors as we start to finalize our poetry. I will start by making a new layer underneath the sketch. And this will be for the skin and for the brush. I'm going to use the shale brush. This is in My Favorites folder, but you can also find it under calligraphy, which is already in Procreate. Now I will insert our mood board that we previously made. So I'll go to the Wrench icon at the top left of Procreate. I will click on the Add button. And where you see inset fights I, instead of just clicking it, I will swipe to the left. And then you'll see in set a private photo. I recently found this out where you can still insert a photo as private. And if you save your process as a time-lapse afterwards, reference file type will not show in the time-lapse. So now make a new layer on top of the skin, which is for the hair. But I will only be doing the fringe section first as this part will go over the skin. And then I'll make a new layer for the rest of the head, which would be underneath the skin layer. Then I decided that I didn't like the fringe. So I just deleted the layer major new one and it again. So we're making a new layer above this now for the headband. And going into my reference picture, I can hold down my finger on the teal color to select it. You can see in the top right-hand circle to show that it has now selected the color. Feel free to sketch this beforehand by I'm just going straight in with the color. Yeah. For the top, I decided that the middle bit looked a little bit too high. So I use the selection tool on free hand. I selected the part that I need it, then adclicks the array toe to select it, and I moved it down slightly. Once I fix the colors, it did look much better. 12. Eyes & Adjustments: I'm going to make a new layer for the eyes fast and make sure this is on top of the skin. I'm going to use the classic color board here, which you can click on just at the bottom alone from palettes, I will choose an almost white color for this and put it into the blue times as I want to a cooler tone of y. And I'm going to use the hard airbrush, which is under airbrushing in Procreate because this has clean edges and no texture to it, which is what I prefer for the eyes. You can also draw a curved line. And if you keep the pens HACE in their Canvas and hole for a few seconds, it will snap into a perfect curve. Just in case you're a little bit wobbly on drawing the lines. This can make it in it. This can make it much easier for me. Before I move any further, I want to check that my drawing is looking okay, so I'm going to flip my canvas horizontally like we did in the lesson on sketch in tips. As I haven't stayed in the lines completely with the color is looking slightly off to me. So I'm going to use the liquefy tool to adjust this. And I'll have this be sped up as I did share this in the other lesson already. I just wanted to show you another thing that I like to do sometimes instead of during both eyes to get them both the same. So I'll just erase one of the eyes here quickly. And then I will use this selection tool to select the other one. And I will swipe three fingers down to copy. Or I can just go to the layer, swipe it to the left, and then I click Duplicate. Then I can flip the layer horizontal. And now both eyes look the exact same. This just saves a lot of time if you are struggling. I'll pinch the layers together. And now I will make a new one on top for the peoples. By clicking the layer again, it will bring up this list where I'll choose clipping mask. Now this layer is attached to the bone below. So whatever we draw will not go outside of the color of what's beneath. Sorry, I'm going to draw a circle, but before I lift the pen off the canvas, I will hold for a few seconds until it snaps into a circle. But before you lift off the pen, use your other finger to tap anywhere on the screen and that it should snap into a perfect circle. Now for the lips, I'll select the color I have in the color palettes. And I will make another new layer on top. And I'll be using the hard airbrush again for this. I decided the color wasn't working for me. So if you go to the layer, tap it once, it will bring up this list where I choose, Select. Now the layer is selected. Down at the bottom, I will tap on color fill. From here, bring the colors or a pen again. And now as I move the cursor around, the lip color changes. I love using this tool because I can see straight away which color works best. And it's faster than changing it manually each time. So I'm just selecting the hair color for the eyebrows and I'm making a new layer on top of everything. For the brows, I will use the dry ink brush, which you can find under inking up, bring the layer underneath the fringe so it's easiest to apply without going over the hair. Then just using the color fill tool again, I select the layer and then dark in the eyebrow color a bit more. Next for the eyelashes I chase and almost black color. I like a little lighter, just so it doesn't look too harsh. I'm actually using a custom brush I created a little while a guy, which I've loved Jesus in flushes. And it really gives that perfect flick for taking this class today, I'm actually giving you my custom brush for free, which you can download in the resources section below. At the moment, this brush is only free for you to watch in this class as it is not available to purchase anywhere. I would really love to hear your thoughts about it. So feel free to comment. You'll feed back or even tag me if you share videos of v's in it. So if the bottom lashes, I could have done this together with the top ones and then duplicated the layer in one. But I forgot to do that. So I am just using the selection tool to copy and paste the bottom ones. I'm Eva. I'm just adjust in the People's a bit by using the selection tool on distort. And then that's it for this lesson. So I'll see you in the next one. 13. Adding Shadow & Final Details: In this video, I will be adding finals hotkeys to bring this all together. Our first be adding some line work to the drawing to help separate the colors. And I will be using the dry ink brush for this. This is one of my go-to brushes, and you can also find this under inking. So I'll just add in lines anywhere that I want to separate the color. For example, where the chin and the neck divide. So when we remove the sketch, this will be easier to see what the chorion is. And I'll just continue to do this for the headband, top skin, and lips. Next I will make a new layer on top of the head band and add ins and daisies. I will say set this to keep your mosque. Say that the daisies attach onto the headband color overlay. For the brush. I'm gonna be using the script pen. And you can find this under calligraphy. So I have made a new layer for the bumblebee earrings. And just using my reference picture, I will draw those in using the script pen again. I am just brightening up the yellow here just so that they stand out a lot more. And I'm making a new layer on top for the wings separately because I'm just going to take the opacity down on them a little bit. So now I will add some shadows to help define the Jordan. I always set my shadows layer to multiply. And then I select the color and I take the color down a little bit, Sarkar. And then I usually use the dry ink brush for this. I add blushed to a new layer above the skin. And I said that's a clipping mask. I use the soft brush for this which is found on the air brushing. So I'm just finishing off, add in some more shadows to the people's. I also then add highlights. And I use the dry ink brush for that. And I set the layer to overlay. And then I will just add some, I highlight and finish off all the details to bring it together. You can see a more detailed process of this in my other class on creating a character in Procreate, I actually break down these steps and look more in that class. Sorry, am I in process and tips as I say, be sure to check that out after this one if you like. The 14. Speedpaint & Final Thoughts : I really hope you've enjoyed taking this class today and that you've learned something. Please let me know what you thought about it in the comments section below. And also let me know if there's any other classes you'd like to see for me next. So it's a wrap-up this class, I would definitely recommend to try and sketch every day, even if it's just for five or ten minutes. So just like the warm-up sketches lesson that we did, I think that's a good practice to try and set yourself on a regular basis. It can really help improve your drawings. Just keep practicing and you will get better over time. You might not always see improvement as you go. So it's a good thing to look back or older joins you've done and you can really see a difference. It's hard because we can judge out too much and full life we're not good enough. Especially in this world where it's easy to compare ourselves to others. Just stick to what you again, stay in your lane and just draw what you love and focus on just being a bit better than you were yesterday. You were only in competition with yourself, no one else. So don't forget, you can share your sketches or final illustration you made from this cause in the project section below, I'd really love to see what you came up with. And also, you can follow me here on Skillshare so that you can get notified when I do post my next class. Okay, well, that's it for now, so I will see you next time.