From Watercolor & Pencil Graphics to Logo Design & Abstract Painting

Karina Eibatova, Use a pencil as a magic wand

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4 Videos (26m)
    • Introduction

      2:31
    • Watercolor Painting

      10:54
    • Detailed Pencil Drawing

      8:06
    • Abstract Painting

      4:13

About This Class

Would you like to get some inspiration or just need a creative boost? Welcome to the second class of an artist Karina Eibatova. Karina has been fortunate enough to make her living solely from  her artworks and now she would like to share her creative process and reveal some of her favorite tips.  Finally, you will be able to see how she makes her remarkable minerals so crisp and shiny and her pencil drawings so detailed and precise!

What You'll Learn:

  • Basic watercolor techniques.
  • Detailed pencil graphics.
  • Post-production in photoshop.

173 of 181 students recommendSee All

The work is pretty inspiring indeed. However, here and there I found it a bit too fast or say I was hoping for more details or insight on the "whys" and "hows"...
I like that it was a short summary of this artist process, it was simple and understandable. There are some issues with the audio that distracted me, but overall i enjoyed watching this process.
Very creative class!
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Karina Eibatova

Use a pencil as a magic wand

Karina Eibatova is an illustrator and fine-artist born in St.Petersburg, Russia. She lives a nomadic lifestyle and works as a freelancer. Karina has been fortunate enough to make her living solely from  her artworks and she shares the creative process and reveal some of her favorite tips on Skillshare.  The artist specializes in drawing, illustration, murals, video, calligraphy and typography. Her portfolio reveals a versatile artist equally adept at colorful surrealist explorations as well as more traditional approaches. Karina's work is connected to the notions of nature, peace and love. Influenced by Earth and space, she delicately transforms floral motives into her own surreal, psychedelic scenes, rebelling against the remorseless actions of society and the continual destruction of the environment.