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Have you ever wondered what it would take to create sticker sheets that are based on the doodles of your imagination? Follow me as I go through the steps necessary to take your creative drawings to the next level while keeping the doodle art style forefront of your mind.

The main objective of this course is to give a different look to the type of unique sticker sheet you can incorporate in your art shop or for your personal use. I will take you through the methods and processes I go through as a stationery shop owner at Crafting By The Pound and freelance illustrator and graphic designer.

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Leona Woolfolk

Illustrator, Graphic Designer, & Blogger


I am a St. Louis digital illustrator and creative influencer currently. My early work was influenced a lot by the doodles of my imagination that I later turned into sticker designs.

Unbeknownst to me, I tapped into a hidden passion and talent.

Lately, I’ve become very aware and curious about how far I could take my passion for digital illustration. Plus, the direction my art style seems to be going in has begun to bleed over into traditional art. So, I don’t know what’s in store for the future of my creative endeavors.

Since I’ve just recently begun to take my passion for digital illustration seriously I’ve progressed into several drawing styles. Instead of switching between each one, I seem to be on a journey seeking the art style that... See full profile

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1. INTRODUCTION: DIY DOODLE STICKER SHEET IN PROCREATE: Have you ever wondered what it would take to create a sticker sheet that's based on the duties of your imagination. If sel following, follow me as I go through this def necessarily take your creative drives to the next level while keeping the doodled art style flow for any Your mind. Hi, my name is Yana wolf. Ok, thank you so much for joining me for my sixth Skill Share course. Dry Duetto sticker sheet in procreate. My main objective for this course is to give a different look to the type of unique sticker sheet you can incorporate in your shop or for your personal use. I wanna take you through the methods and processes I go through as a stationary shop owner, aircraft and buy the and a freelance illustrator and graphic designer, the Yana wolf, OK. dot com. I do encourage you to take all of what you learned from this course and apply it to lessons of crafting your own Duetto sticker sheet in procreate or any other graphic design software that works for you. So if this sounds like a course that you want to take, continue on a par one as I go through the steps that are necessary to craft a sticker sheet like this. See you there. 2. PRELIMINARY DETAILS: DIY DOODLE STICKER SHEET IN PROCREATE: Hi, and thank you so much for joining me for part one to my DIY doodle, sticky mushy in procreate class. This is part one which will be the preliminary details which will entail going over the materials needed, the software needed, the expert level in a brief overview or a brief explanation of why this particular class, why this particular sticker sheet. So let's get right into it. If you have attended my previous procreate class, which is create an agent numeric or arm brains sticker sheet. Then you already have probably heard of these materials. For example, you've probably already heard that you'd need an iPad Pro, an Apple Pencil. But since this is more of an updating a course, not off of the material from that class, but just an updated is 2021. New course. Things have changed. Since then, technology has updated itself once again. So you don't necessarily need an iPad Pro. For this course. You can purchase an iPad compatible with procreate. I do believe it is the 2019 or 2020 iPad that works with an Apple pencil. So you can purchase that one. But what I use and what I have use for us now is my iPad Pro, 10.5 inch. Haven't needed to upgrade. It works. Great too what I need it for. But that's just something if you don't want to shell out money for an iPad Pro, there are alternate options. If you don't want to purchase an Apple pencil, there are compatible stylus is you can purchase. I'm not sure if they work with procreate, but I'm just like with anything I say, play around with it, see if it works. I'm not encouraging people to go out to buy thousands of dollars worth of products. But these are just what I use and what has helped me to create my own DIY Duetto sticker sheet. In addition to that, I do recommend a photo printer. If you look on the slide, the printed that is shown is a Canon mix 922. That is the photo printer that I use for all of my sticker sheets. And it prints a great quality. I'm almost I feel like is getting written down me. I've had it for almost 30 years. It is a heavy duty printer. I can use it for all of my crafting needs. So this is a print I do recommend or some were something within its product family. I will recommend the sticker cutter or dicot machine. They are considered barcode machines. I do recommend a portrait or a cameo which falls under the silhouette company. I personally use a portrait. I've been using a portrait now for going on almost five years is my same old portrait. And yes, I do use this to put out all my products. And I also have a cricket machine. I think I have one of the first. First of their new design, cricket machines is a cricket explore air, or know a cricket Explorer. And I use that for some of our bigger projects. Like I use my portrait for my sticker sheets and I use my cricket for dye cutting. I use it for scrapbooking, I use it for a lot of the bigger projects that doesn't necessarily need a lot of intricate detail. So those are the two die cutting machines you kid look into. Also, if you don't, if you're not comfortable doing digital art, if you're not comfortable hand-drawn your stuff on a digital screen or on a tablet. Paper and pencil works just great. When I first started this, where I started, I didn't do well because I couldn't I couldn't stay in the erasing and the ink smears butt out. It was a great start to actually let me just see that I can do some drawing, I can do a design. And so these are the materials that I recommend and I say needed simply because it's a great foundation to start with that if you can at least get some of what's on that list, you'll have, you'll be off to a great start. Now we're over to software needed, and this is somewhat of a comprehensive part, are going to really dig deep into this because it's kind of self-explanatory. You will need a procreate app, which I'm not exactly sure how much it costs. Now I can't check just to be on the safe side so that I'm not giving you any misinformation because there are two different apps that you can purchase. If you are an iPhone user, you can purchase the procreate pocket, which I believe is the 499 version, and the procreate app which comes with that comes only for the iPad Pro, I believe the new iPad Pros, I'm not exactly sure. Ipad procreates are procreate. The full application goes for 999, which you can purchases a onetime part, which is you don't have to do with subscription. You don't have there isn't an add on costs is a one c and they see it has a lifetime updates. You don't really have to do anything else because everything else that you, you can purchase brushes. They're other artists out there, other illustrators and designers out there who do create their own brushes. But you don't necessarily have to purchase that. You could just use what you have and manipulate the brushes that are, are already preloaded into the software. Once you downloaded the procreate pocket, which comes for the iPhone, is still has, you can still draw. This is where you could probably use a compatible stylus. It goes for 499. So I just wanted to give that information to you. Well, glad I looked at as to the graphic design software, anything that we do on procreate, if you're not willing, if you're not ready or willing to purchase an iPad yet, or purchase procreate right now. Or you just wanted to get a feel of if this is something that you want to do, I would recommend. Given a free trial for Photoshop or Illustrator or even downloading the Free Application is an open source application called GIMP. And I would recommend you try to utilize what you learn in this course in those applications just to see if this is something that you want to do. There's nothing wrong with trial and error. And no cost to you. There is nothing wrong with this. So I do recommend that if you're not ready to take the plunge, if you're not ready to fully go for creating doodle sticker sheets, there's nothing wrong with it. So guess anything we're doing in procreate and everything I'm teaching in this course, you can take it over to Photoshop, GIMP, Illustrator, any other graphic design software? Silhouette studio has its own software as well, which takes me to the third. You will need the dye cutting machine software. So if you decide to go the cricket route or the silhouette route, you will need to download their software, which once you purchase your machine, they have, they do a good job of explaining to you what you need to do in where you need to go. And there are countless amount of videos on YouTube and skill share there will help you navigate all of the, I even have classes dealing with both of those platforms. But silhouettes Studio can also work as a graphic designing software. You can design from beginning to end, your sticker sheets, you're stickers, everything. It can do, all of that. Cricket design space is the same, but it has a learning curve that to this day, a lot of the experienced artist and illustrators that I follow, they run into problems as well. So we'll have to just play around with the different softwares and figure out where you fit in. Now let's speak of expert level. With every class that I do, I really tried to incorporate all the feedback that I received from previous courses. So I do believe them our previous sticker sheet creation courses ranged from beginner to intermediate. And that's so much expert level because I don't consider myself an expert yet. I'm a fast learner, but I'm not, I don't know because I have, I feel like I have more to learn and continue to have more than learn. That doesn't necessarily mean me make me an expert, that just makes me a continual learner. So I tried to make these classes as comprehensive as possible. So for my DIY doodle sticker sheet and procreate course, I do believe the expert level does some word borderline between beginners and intermediate. But it definitely depends on how intricate You want to give with your designs and your sticker sheet. I do believe if you follow along with everything I present to you in this course, the beginner could very well pick up on what our speaking of, and I do believe and intermediate or even the expert level person might be able to. Brush-up on their skills a little bit more or tweak some of the parts of their creations a little bit better. Now you're probably wondering, out of all the figure she types out there why a doodle sticker sheep. And my only response to you is that not everybody wants a Polish rigidly structured sticker sheet. I don't see anything wrong with those because I've done those. I've done the heavily drawn or very doodle like very, somewhat, I mean, can be considered unattractive. Sticker sheets are done once they look like IGES grabbed a piece of paper, drew something now and then, boom, you know, put it in my shop. I've done all the different variations, I believe a sticker sheet type out there. But for me, it's, I always come back to the doodle style and crazy as it is. There are not. I mean, I'm pretty sure there are a lot of artists out there. There are not a lot of mainstream or a lot of popular sticker shops out there that have this type of style. So if I can impart my knowledge or my experience with this type of sticker sheets or somebody who is wanting to have a unique approach to oversaturated market. I don't have a problem sharing that knowledge or experience. I myself enjoy the doodle look of stickers or sticker sheets because it takes me back to my childhood when I used to be seriously sticker crazy. I never really understood planners but our undershoots stickers because you can stick them on anything. And I just liked how there was nothing like and you don't see those type of stickers nowadays? Like for me, Lisa Frank, I wasn't part of the Lisa franc craze, but I enjoyed the methodology behind those type of stickers. I was type they will go to the store and I would just buy the dollar stickers and play with those. I do believe that this type of sticker sheet allows for the artists are created to just have fun with the process. To just put ideas and illustrations and creative thoughts out on a paper out on actual finished product. And just draw what comes to mind, whether it's within the theme or whether it's just something you just want to get out. So what all that being said, you have made it to the end of part one of my DIY Bhutto sticker sheet and procreate course. Preliminary details though, or preliminary details as the topic. So I hope this particular part gets you excited or ready to jump into the actual meat and bones of this course, which is where we actually start to drawing and the duty Lin and the crafting and the designing. So I will see you all in part to see you there. Bye. 3. DOODLE HEADER, pt 1: DIY DOODLE STICKER SHEET IN PROCREATE: Hi and welcome to part two of my DIY. Do those sticker sheet and procreate course. Part two entails actually crafting, designing the doodle header of our sticker sheet in procreate. Now what a preface and say the designs or the drawing or brushes or anything that I do in this video or in this particular part, you do not have to duplicate. You do not have to replicate. You can take it, use it as inspiration to craft your own header. Because essentially hopefully guild take these skills and take these pretty sips to crafting your own branded doodle header. I mean, you don't even have to have it doesn't even have to be a doodle header. You can use anything does not handcraft. You can do whatever you want, the TetR, but it's always good before you even start your sticker sheet to have their foundation laid of what it is you want at the top, the SAT or the bottom of your sticker sheets. And so that's what we'll do in this course. I will be very detailed. I will go through the brushes. I use a canvas size. I'll explain everything of what I do throughout this process. And so I hope I can answer some questions before their human eggs. I hope I can flush out some confusion and just be able to give you a well-rounded experience, a tutorial of how to go about crafting the first part of a doodle sticker sheet and procreate. Let's get into it. This is my library of my procreate app. Sorry for the glare of my life. I hope it doesn't bother you all them much. What my goal is for this part of the course is to create a header for my doodle sticker sheet there will be creating today. I was wrapping my head around or, you know, running ideas to my head of how I wanted my doodles sticker sheet header to look. So what you'll need to do in order to be able to transfer that over into an actual sticker sheet, is you would need to actually create your header in a separate, on the separate canvas to then transitioning over into your sticker sheet how whatever size dimension you choose for your sticker sheet. So what I would do is I have a I have a canvas preset and my procreate, and the dimensions are 1200 by 600. Now you can edit this and change it how ever you want. You can also change the color profile, all of that. And so what I'm gonna do, because this is an experimentation for myself as well, is I want to change the color profile to CMYK. Because in my research, because even though I teach you all, I'm learning as well for myself. I've heard and it's been told to me this scene where k is the standard for printing your designs on as a finished product. And even though I've use RGB for years, pretty much stickers, I wanted to test out and see was seeing where k is all about. So I've changed that. Mr. banners in my GSA is 1200 by 600 pixels. So I'll go ahead and click on there. I already have a logo, I already have a created logo that I is per my brand and I thought about bringing that into my actual sticker sheet. But I also have this idea of more of a doodle like sticker header because where I now must ticker headers are not doodle Lee is going into 2021 are where they want to change up things. So what I'm gonna do is I'm going to my sketch brush, which is a 6B pencil brush, but it is modified. I went into the actual sketching, which comes with your brush library. I have that purchased brushes. I've been meaning to, I want to, but I feel like is better for me just because of the type of illustrator and creator I am to try my hand at doing modifying things myself. So I just took the 6B pencil which is here, and I modified it to my own specification. And this is, this is the brush that I've come up with. A sketch is eye color with is just my 6B color and brush. I made it. I made that one a little bit bigger than my 6B pencil brush. So I have them brush elected. And the reason I selected this brush of the reason why I gravitate towards this brush for almost all of my illustrations and designs is because I loved the doodle live look. I love the hand-drawn sketch look. And the 6B pencil gives me that is hard enough that I don't actually see the lines. It's crayon anime cartoon. I don't even know if this word is crayon. Look enough that I feel that I still get the enjoyment of it. I don't I don't mind polish. Polish to look to my designs, but I choose to have somewhat of a, somewhat of a looser look. Now, what I will do is most of the time I will use a 6B pencil brush to do my lines and then I will use my paintbrush or my wallet, could've bush whatever brush I think will look best in actual color and in the inside of the lines like almost like a crayon me a coloring book. So though this pretty much explanation where I gravitate towards a 6B pencils or the 6B brushes. So now that also like the most is 6B brush. I am going to select the black color. So I have the black brush. I mean, I have the black color selected. I have my blink layer. Now since I am left-handed, I will be turning the canvas. R will be turned on my iPad this way. And also for specification purposes, my iPad Pro is the 2018 version. It is a 10.5 inch. And I thought about upgrading, but I honestly don't see the need to, although there are some modifications, some upgrades that are probably will benefit from. It does now broke. This iPad Pro works very for me. I don't see the need to move on to something else. So this iPad Pro works very for me. I still have the original pencil. I just, it doesn't make sense to transition. So I've kind of explained in my canvas a little bit. And my idea was, I'm a, I'm a bring down my brush size. My idea was to have like a like a cloud base thing going on. But the thing is that even though Cloud-based, I'll want it straight. So what I will do is I will go to my canvas and I will go to my drawing guide. In my drawing guide, which I can modify. I can change the color, whatever color will boost Dana to me the most. I can change that. I can change how I want it. And I think in doing that, I will be able to better gauge. There we go, better gauge the line. So I'm gonna clear this layer again and I'm going to try to, I don't want it too far down because even though this is my canvas size, and I can also change my canvas size. Let's say I don't want it this way. I don't want it this far down. I want to kinda wider, but I wanted thinner. So in procreate, you can change how you want your Canvas to look, which is part of the new upgrade of procreate. That's why I love procreate. You purchase it one time and you continue to get lifetime updates of love it. I hope they never go to a subscription-based hope in part. So now that my canvas is and skinnier, I went to go and I want to look at my canvas information. So now my canvas is 10000467 pixels by 364 pixels. I'm still at 300 DPI. It works for me. I am I am okay with it. So if I ever needed change it, I can always go back and resize or crop my canvas. 4. DOODLE HEADER, pt 2: DIY DOODLE STICKER SHEET IN PROCREATE: So if I ever need to change it, I can always go back and resize our crop, my canvas. So with that said, I'm going to try my hand again at. Now what I can do is if you're not good at squiggly lines because I, as you can see, I'm having a hard time. You could do perpetual circles and different layers and make them as small as you want them to. And just keep going across and then erase what you don't need. Zhong Once you get the look that you want. But that's not what I'm gonna do because to be honest, I guess half-a-day, I am going to just give it a look. And then I'm going to go to my eraser, which my eraser is on my paint brush setting, which makes it just a it makes him over a blob. It makes him more of a string line. Look, and it doesn't have any of the jagged edge anything. And is just is easier to manipulate. So now I'm looking at this. I have my squiggly lines as I call them in. I'm noticing that I like this particular portion better, unlike in this area over here. So what I can do is you go over here and you hit your select tool and you circle worry it is exactly that you're wanting to manipulate. And so now that I've circled said I'm go down here and make sure say a free handing and we'll go and copy and paste it. And so what they do to defeat created entirely different layer with what are selected. And so now that I am on the different layer, what I'm gonna do is on-the-go and I'm erase the parts that I'm not too fond of. And so now my select the layer that we just duplicated and I am gone to. I am going to move it over. And I do like dead. But what I'm also gonna do because with transitioning anything, you're going to run into some flaws, which nothing wrong with it. And then I'm a duplicate this again. And as you're gonna see with I have my when I'm moving it, when I hit the Select tool, I have it on uniform and also have it on snapping now was snapping it makes it makes it makes it can have a magnetic arc and make it magnetic or can make it snapping and snack and we'll keep it. Would would, you know, will let me know exactly where I'm it with it. Want it. Mm-hm. Mm-hm. Actually. Okay. Okay. So is not perfect. Is not meant to be, but what I wanna do now is to make a more cohesive, oops, I want to make an actual block of it. Because this way, when I export it, I will actually have a shape instead of, I don't know, instead of I'm not exactly sure what I'm looking for. We'll have an actual shape instead of a design. I think that's what I was trying to say. And so I'm just going to clean things up a little bit. And I know this is this is supposed to be a sketch, but this is usually what I do when I am using this pencil. My sketches usually come out as more finished product. And so what I'll says I liked the way it looks and I don't want to try my hand at trying to replicated or I don't know, making it better what it says. Since the first layer or the layer that I drew originally is so faint, like you can. It's not bold enough. I wanted to be bold. So what you do is you can duplicate it. And every time we duplicate it, it makes a bolder and bolder to the point where it now looks like drawn line legacy marker has done it. So with that said, I want to change my editor layer and I want to change my brush to my paintbrush. And i explained about the paintbrush earlier in this part of the course. This part three course is that the paintbrush is, works as a marker, is fled has no texture to it. It is is is fluid, is just fluid. There are no gaps. I don't have to worry about any type of texture. So I do want to change my color to one of our branded colors. And as you're gonna see is a complete miss here. And I want to select the yellow. And what I'm gonna do is I'm going to, I'm going to change my size. And I'm going to put this layer under my, my the framework of my banner. And I am just going to color now not so much worried about if our color out of the lines because that's what an erasers for what I want to at least try to make sure I don't leave any spaces available for whitespace. So now that I have an app that I've outlined, the banner. Or the header, I'm going to drag my color, which is weird. So I'm gonna drag it and drop it. So now the entire banner is part of the color in which I selected. Now like I said, with the erase, you can just erase outside the lines. If it bothers you. And with a banner like this, once I show how you should export it, you can use this and still a way you can use this and procreate Amino in Photoshop. You can use this in cricket design space is so you can take it anywhere. You can put it on a website, is pretty much now as you create it and procreate, you could take it anywhere. And now this isn't a vector image. I am currently learning how to do vector images outside of illustrator because I simply don't like subscription-based software, so I am learning, I wanna learn Inkscape. But that's a topic for another day. So now I have my banner is colored. I think pretty much is perfect. So with these two finish and will turn off my background, my background color because it's kinda is kind of messing with him because I keep thinking, okay, you still have to keep in mind a muscle. You're going to export this as P and G. You don't have to worry about it. So what I'm gonna do now is that I select it. I added another layer by hitting the plus button, I'm going to go to my handwriting brush. This handwriting brush, if I remember correctly, started off from a monoline brush, which comes with your procreate software when you parched it do the Apple Store or the App Store is. So it started off as a model line, but I have modified it to my own because I don't my hand writing style is not like any I've ever seen. So I modified it to me and it works perfect. I can, it is a matches almost my natural handwriting, which works for me. So I thought about using the darker color of my brain and colors, but I don't wanna do that. I want to stick to black or wise when I'm doing my lettering. So I do select the black colour. I have my extra layer open. And so I'm just gonna play around with how I want to have my logo here because also almost sticker sheet, I want to have somewhere for my SKU. And my SKU is my product cold or your inventory code in. So I want to have a space either here, over here for that. So depending on where I put my logo, which might be an abbreviated version of your main logo. I have different variations of my logo for different settings. I have a variation for my social media, have a variation for my website, I have a variation for my social media brand, banners. I have different variations, but the same logo of them makes sense across the board. So this particular one is my what I'm mainly use on my website or on my newsletter. This is one I use mostly on social media. I also use this one for social media. This one I play around with in other factions in different ways. This one are also used for my website or for my banners and most shops, or in C or on Facebook or Twitter. 5. DOODLE HEADER, pt 3: DIY DOODLE STICKER SHEET IN PROCREATE: This book or Twitter. So there's also a way in which I assign my art. So any illustrations that I've ever done, whether their portraits or just illustrations are done on a whim. I mostly sign it like this. Streamlines to strong choosy how I sign it. And I've thought about why not put that on my actual sticker sheet? I do like the idea. I really honestly do. Okay. Allies fit. I think I'll leave it just like that. I like that a lot. I like that a lot. Ok. So I'm gonna leave it just like that. But what I'm also do is and, you know, those are my Logos is crafted by the panel. That is my low. Glad I need to do much at all, need to do. I don't need to use to have my entire name there, but are kind of just like it like did. I don't know, the sheik is nice edges like this. So what I'm gonna do is I am, I created another layer. And I am going to get my white color and I'm going to go to my line brush. Fun fact, my line brush also started from the monoline. No, wrong, sorry. My line brush started from the standard pin brush paintbrush. So my paintbrush came from see if I can find it. Came from the round brush that you get automatically with procreate. I modified the brush so much, so much. Even just get this. It's been MANOVA so much. But with the line bridge are also modified as so much of the where I can create shapes and is so strain line that it helps me to keep it, keep my shapes tie in together. So I'm gonna use the line brush. And I wanted to create somewhat of a bubble or a bubble. Look. Let's see. Now I'm looking at the white and I think it's too. I think it's is to light. So I'm going to try and that's too dark. Starting to regret the yellow. But then I'm also thinking why do why do squigglies again? So what? I'm going to change my size down again and I'm a fall along these lines I have here. And I'm a press and hold and then I'll put my finger down to keep the size perfect. Okay, alpha, lucky because I want to char artist wanted everyone to play with some colors first to see if that's the color I want it to be. Because I do want all the colors of the wouldn't hurt to have all of my logo colors on the actual This was found work. Okay, so what I did was so with the first layer that are colored pink, you touch it and you make it alpha lucky. That means that you're only manipulating what it, what is actually on the canvas at that time. And I duplicated it because I kinda wanted to shadow, I kinda wanted something to a back drop drop box or a drop shadow, so are duplicated and I used the darker color of my locals as that part. Is it a drop shadow? So I'm Turn off the alpha laugh because I want to use dual Gaussian Blur. And instead of using the pencil, you're gonna hit layer. And our colleges, I just want to give some type of depth to it that I like. So I'm gonna select both layers and I'm a kind of swing it that way. That works. I'm going to turn off my drawing, guys. Yes, that works. That works. I like that. I like that a lot. I also want to add a, a color situation behind the actual craft and by the pound decision over here. And what I'm using is an outline brush. This is based off of the the air brush, the medium brush right here. I modified that, went to my own specifications and made it more string line. I am going to change this also into skinning one. And I'm just going to outline is just to give it some color of yellow. So this is my logo. And then bringing it back. So we are going to export it as a PNG. And we're going to send it to my, my device. So since I explored the last banner that we were creating together and lives time or rho times. I tell such affinity. I found that I wasn't too thrilled about how it looks. So what you're seeing now is me go through some modifications, some additional edits, additions. Even with all of that, as you'll see in part three. I don't stick with this banner either. And I hate to portray something or give something or show something to you all and then renewed on it myself. But I guess I'd tried to use this Br I did. Maybe it would just to doodle Lee for me. But with that said, I have proud of modified that a little bit more to my specifications and they try to use as banner, uh, didn't use it. You'll see in Part three the banner than I actually end up using, which is somewhat of a doodle because does have my brand, it does have my logo, which is a logo I add doodle. So I kept with the same thing. Side isn't one to have a full transparency for disclosure and just let you all know that. But yeah, you can use what we did in this particular part to carry you in creating your own doodle header for your sticker. She talked to you all in Part three. 6. DOODLE DESIGNS: DIY DOODLE STICKER SHEET IN PROCREATE: Hello and welcome to part three of my DRY doodle sticker. She and procreate class. For part three. We're actually working on the doodle designs and procreate. Which means that you'll see me sketching out designs, working through ideas of what exactly I wanted to put in my sticker sheet. And now that jazz, I do want to put a disclaimer that I am sorry that part three was broken. Part two was broken up into three parts, but I had to do that necessary for the back end. Oh, skill share. So that's why it's kind of hope is not too choppy, but that's why has three parts to part two. So for part three, I'll be going through sketches and I'll be going through the brushes that are used. The Canvas says all of their, this'll be just agree, help to actually get you all acclimated to how I go through the designing process of crafting my doodles for my sticker sheets. So with that being said, we'll go right ahead and start with my actual rough sketches. So what you're seeing is a time-lapse slowdown of my many different canvasses and project files that I do and procreate. I've made many a sticker sheet from these designs of volume. I don't really like when I start to create a, when I start, when I sit down and start sketching out stuff, I don't have a real idea of what it is that I want to do is use that I have an innate desire to create. Saw sit down with my Apple pencil on my iPad and I just start sketching what comes to mind. And eventually a theme accumulates and eventually I started to think of the long-term. And so you'll see little David's like this in between of me with my character Bob the blob just shown you certain information that you won't be able to see in the actual time-lapse. So the canvas size that I use for my sketches predominantly is 1800 by 1800 pixels. And that is a pure square canvas. I use them mostly because from what I've learned, if the larger your canvas is in doing your designs, the easier those designs are to scale down. So if I use an 1800 by 1800 square, I can scale it down to a sticker sheet size that's smaller. And I don't lose any of my intricate designs or intricate details of my doodle. So I do sometimes because I've explained in a previous part of this course, when I do use my 6B pencil to sketch out, are usually almost always leave the sketch. Look almost always tried to keep the integrity of what the schedule looks like because I like the look. And as you can see, I tried to put as much detail in the rough sketches so that when I do a finished sketch, I don't have to pull anything from my mind further. And so like I said, these David's will be popping up. So Bob, the blob is telling us right now one of the bushes argues, is a modified 6B pencil, modified six be colored pencil. Now I say modified because I have gone through and I have taken the, the basic 6B pencil that comes with your procreate software. And I have modified it to my own specifications. I have made it to where it's perfect for me to handle letter, to doodle, to sketch, and to even color in any of my designs without me feeling as if I have to go to another pencil. I also use another brush that will be popping up in a minute with information that is also modified. And that brush is the round brush. I consider it a paintbrush, but it is around brush destine name of it in the procreate app. Once you purchased it is a generic brush, but I have modified it to make it more opaque and to also make it to where it is, is literally just a marker. It's like a paintbrush is a solid, hard paintbrush and I can just color in without any type of strokes apparent in my coloring. So this, these time lapses is a compilation of sketches, rough sketches, especially in, given a color scheme in mind. So when you're thinking of your doodle sticker sheets and procreate, I caution you to have a color palette in mind or color scheme in mind because what I'll always, the problem always run into is figuring out how I want to color my sticker sheet. Because like I say, when I sit down to draw or do I have an idea and mind, it comes to me as I go. So when I'm finished his sketched and when I've done the fin actually finished touches on the sketch, the problem or the roadblock I always run into is, what is the color scheme I want for the stickers or for these designs? If I were to put them sticker sheet on a t-shirt, on a poster on our print my what is the color scheme? So I'm usually winging it. And when I went, I don't always hit the mark. And they usually come in, they usually happens and I UGC their result when I have more stickers, sticker sheets, the sail more than others or, you know, I get confusion like I gave feedback on okay, with this color scheme that you have doesn't go with anything else. So I understand that and I'm working on trying to be better at that, but my caution to use to have a color palette in mind. So that's in part three. I'll see you all in Part four. 7. DOODLE STICKER SHEET: DIY DOODLE STICKER SHEET IN PROCREATE: Hi and welcome to part four of my DRY dues to cushy and procreate course here our skill share. We're almost done. This course is almost finished. And right now we're getting to the actual completion of this entire course somewhat. We're now getting ready to put all that we've learned from parts one through three into a finished product or getting ready to do our Doodle sticker sheet and procreate. I will say that this is probably one of the most enjoyable parts of creating stickers and procreate or creating sticker sheets and procreate. Because you get to play around and visualize where everything is going to go, How was gonna look, and, you know, there whatever you're putting together eventually will become a sticker sheet. So what I've done is that in the next few slides over the next few parts of this video, you'll see that I give my canvas as is that I do use for my sticker sheets. And you also see the brushes that I use. I have given the explanation for the brushes in part three and I think in part four. But I'll just do a brief overview. So when I do my sticker sheets, you would think that I would need to do anything extra or write anything extra, but also in conjunction with having my stickers or my designs imported into this canvas. As I also like to give a little something extra. Either usually put my logo like in a corner or at the bottom, or at the top, or also sometimes write the name of what a sticker sheet is. So you'll see that in one of the portions in its video, which will be a time lapse of almost all the sticker sheets I've done and procreate so far. Now what you won't see it, the designs that I showed you in part three, you won't see them. In this. You will see some of them, but you won't see all of them in this time-lapse. Because in this time-lapse, the designs that I created came from other canvases, came from other projects that I just imported in, but that's what was so important about Part three was me showing you the actual sketch process and the actual coloring and final designs of the actual doodles. And so as you're seeing on the, on the video now is that I do use a big size canvas. So are usually either use a landscape canvas which is 11 by 8.5, or I will use the portrait canvas, which is 8.5 by 11. And the reason I use such a large canvas is because like I talked about in Part three, if you have large canvas when you import it to, let's say if you don't want to automatically export GISTIC a xi into cricket and go that route. Instead I want to import it into silhouette. I want to be able to scale it down without losing its intricate details. Or it's it's oh, what am I looking for? Or it's a warm round blank. I don't want it to lose is I don't want to lose its resolution. I guess is what I'm looking for. And so with that being said, I do use a large, larger size canvas. And that has also helped me with spacing because if I use a landscape Canvas, I know I have a horizontal sticker sheet. And that doesn't bother me because depending on how I choose to use it, I can manipulate that higher. Mao wanted to. If I use a portrait, if I use a portrait landscape, that means that I am like you're sitting in now. This is a portrait landscape. I can have more stuff vertically than it could have horizontally. So it helps. It depends on the on the doodles that I want to actually create into onto a sticker sheet or put on a sticker sheet. It helps me to be able to deal with spacing. Spacing is huge. Sometimes when you do oddly shaped doodles like say for a rainbow, you know, Rambo is curved. It it has clouds at the bottom. Sometimes those sometimes hard to space out because they take up a lot of space because of their odd shapes. If you're looking at the sticker, she now that I'm crafting, I have a lot of different objects. I have glasses, bookcases in books and launched chair and book bookmarks. Those are oddly shaped things. Maybe that would have worked better and doing it on a landscape way instead of a portrait way. But, you know, maybe that wasn't what I was thinking at the time. And so there's many different things you can do with your imagination. And that's why I always say just play around with things, see how it feels to you in the moment. And don't try to have in your mind, how will your audience responds to this when you're crafting, when you're creating, because there can always be a deterrent to actually finishing what it is that you're trying to craft and what you're trying to create. Another thing is when you're crafting your own doodle sheet. Try to be individual, stick to what you want. Focus on your final vision of this sticker sheet from the concepts of design to its final project. And just work from there. Because if you don't like it, how are you going to then mark it to other people? How are you then going to shared with other people and expect them to like what it is you created. So just keep that in mind. And with that being said, I hope that I have been able to help you all with crafting your own sticker sheet. I mean, this is, I enjoy this process so very much because it's such a thrill. So yeah. If you want to continue on with Part five with me, the party just be like the finishing details in that'll be me saying goodbye for now. I'll talk to you then. Bye. 8. FINISHING DETAILS: DIY DOODLE STICKER SHEET IN PROCREATE: It has been a wild ride, but I would love to welcome you all to part file to my DRY Duetto sticker she and procreate cores. This particular part would just be expound on the finishing details of what we've gone through from introduction all the way to now. The one thing I want to stress and I don't think I suggested enough in the other parts is individuality. I know I have a problem with what is it called imposter syndrome, where you feel as if you have to do it like somebody else. And I had to learn to that is that you can be inspired by other people, but do not try to emulate them. Because that's where you'll fall short every time and you'll kind of lose what makes you unique in the process. So look for your individuality and your creativity. If you like to make wonky characters walk you doodle character, stick with it. Do that. If you'd like to make hand lettered or hand-drawn sayings or quotes. Do that. Sign what you love and stick with it because I guarantee you there's nobody out there can do it like you. Another thing that I want to stress, and I hope our stress it a little bit in explaining this software and the necessities of this course is get a system that works for you. And what I mean by that is once you get a workflow and I hope my classes help you establish these. Once you get a workflow going, once you understand what tools help you be the best at what you can do, stick with it if you have to write it down like a process of how you go about not only making a sticker sheets, but how you go about drawing your designs or how you go about creating a theme in your designs. Write it down if you have to, just so you can remember in those times are those seasons of doubt or those seasons of imposter syndrome that you can go back and be like, oh, that's how I got to that point of S, how I got to that idea or that creator project. Sometimes writing it down, or even just saying it to yourself while you're doing it or doing it enough times that it becomes muscle memory is something huge. My goal is to create a system that works for me. Although mass systems change all the time, there's nothing wrong with that either. But I am striving towards a goal that work system that I can rely upon, that I can always fall back on when I'm either learning something new and I'm just filling kinda lost. So that is the one thing that I urge you all to figure out. And I hope my classes, not just this one, but all my classes and all of my YouTube videos and all of the content I share on the many avenues I have on the interwebs. I hope they all help you be able to achieve whatever creative goal you have. Also, with that being said, With that being said, I urge you all to take what you've learned and expound upon it, make it your own. This entire class do not take what I've done. Don't, don't try to emulate me, don't try to do it like me. Don't try to replicate me. But take what it is that you've learned from these classes or from me in these courses and apply it to who you are, modified to you and do what only you can do best because nobody can do you like you. So just take what it is that you learn whether you take notes or whether you're just listening or just watching, just again, a little nugget of something. Take what it is that you think you've learned and make it your own. Because who knows? I may be watching you teach me something later down the line. Who knows? But just keep that in mind and I just wanted to leave you all with these finishing details. And I hope that this class helps you a hope that it expounds all my previous procreate class. And I hope that I've answered questions that are might've popped up from there first-class or even from other sticker she courses. And if there's any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to comment below. Contact me. I have all my information on my profile. I just want to leave that open door policy for everyone who's watching, who's listening, or who's taken my courses. With that being said, thank you so much for attending and I'll see you in another class. Bye.