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Hand-Drawn T-Shirt Design with ProCreate

teacher avatar Derrick Mitchell, Designer | Teacher | Artist | Innovator

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Lessons in This Class

7 Lessons (33m)
    • 1. Introduction and File Setup

      2:10
    • 2. Masking Basics

      6:06
    • 3. Brushes

      4:42
    • 4. Adding and Manipulating Text

      9:28
    • 5. Masking Text

      3:07
    • 6. Exporting Your Design

      4:14
    • 7. Bonus: How to Mockup a T Shirt

      3:07
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About This Class

Learn how to create artwork for t-shirt and apparel design using an iPad and Procreate!

By the end of this course, you'll feel confident creating new documents in Procreate with the exact dimensions you need to turn your artwork into files that printers can use to produce t-shirts and other apparel.

You'll also learn the basics of working with layers, brushes, and fonts, and how to export everything so it can be used on real projects (or shared with the class in our class project area) when you're all done. 

Follow along and create your own apparel design to share with the class! 

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Derrick Mitchell

Designer | Teacher | Artist | Innovator

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Hello! My name is Derrick, and I’m so stoked to be teaching here on Skillshare!

Are you interested in making a living in the creative arts industry as a graphic designer, freelancer, videographer, photographer, or web developer?

If yes, then be sure to join me in these courses here on Skillshare as I show you what it’s like to be a graphic designer and make a living doing something that you love!

I will help you master the skills you need to become successful. I’ll show all of my processes so you can accelerate your success, while also learning from my mistakes so you don’t have to repeat them yourself and fall into the same traps that I did.

I have spent my entire career in the creative arts and market... See full profile

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1. Introduction and File Setup: All right, guys, in this course, we're going to be creating a T shirt for a class project. And if you wanted to, you could even go so far as to use a service like print ful to print this thing when it's all said and done. So we're gonna take some inspiration from the shirt that I'm wearing, just a simple circular design with the orange fading into kind of a yellowish color. Some text across the top that's gonna be super cool. So for us to dive Indo for this project, we need to know what the file sizes and how do you even go about doing so What I did before we started this course, I actually went to the print full website, and if we see on my iPad here, you can see I have a template that I got straight from them. And they say that for the specific shirt that I picked out. The template is 12 inches wide by 16 just haul, so you're gonna need to go there and figure out what you want to print. Maybe it's a coffee mug. Maybe it's backpack. They have lots of great products. There's actually lots of other companies that do the same thing. So maybe it's somebody totally different, not even printable. But the point is, they all have templates, and they tell you the exact file size you need to get going. So what we're gonna do is actually create this document. I could just build over the top of this kind of already set it up, but to show you how we do it, I'm gonna go back into gallery. Click on the top right where it says Plus, to start a new fire, we're gonna click on this new canvas button. I'm gonna change my dimensions. Two inches. We're gonna go 12 inches wide tapping the height for 16 inches tall. Right? So we've got that set up in the deep EI on their website. For this product, they said it is to be at least 150 dp I If I have it at 150 you'll notice I could do up to 120 layers. If I were to bump this up to 300 to make it a really high quality image, you'll notice that now I can only do 27 layers just pay attention to that before you started. I'm gonna go ahead and clear this out, and we're gonna set this to 150 because that should be plenty. Maybe they're illustrates one more time. There were 150. I'm gonna go ahead and click, Create. And now I'm all set up and ready to start designing a T shirt in procreate. 2. Masking Basics: and this lesson, we're gonna start designing our T shirt. So as we look at the iPad here and we look at the screen, you'll notice that because of the camera, I've got my iPad. This way, it looks good. But if you were really drawing this, you would probably pick it up and go and hold it for a second toe. Let all of your tools adjust, and then just pinch and drag and resize this. So now you're drawing. You have much more space to work with and just a little bit easier. And we're gonna go that way, make her life a little bit difficult. But that's all right. All right, so now that I've got where we wanted to go, what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna click on his layers tab here, and I can see that I've got my background and then I have a layer sitting right on top. So because I'm inspired by this T shirt that I'm wearing and I'm gonna do something kind of like that, let's go and grab an orange color down here. And we noticed one thing we can do with our colors open. Go ahead and click across the bottom here and you'll notice we have some different ways to select our color. So just to make sure you and I are looking at the same thing. I'm just gonna tap on the word disc down here and again. We've got lots of different options. Definitely check them out. Yeah, we'll use disk. We're gonna do it that way. All right. So I'm gonna go ahead and grab an orange ish color, modify our saturation here, and then I was going to click, right? Appearance a little circle that goes away and click and drag right onto my stranded again. There we go. Click and drag right under my layer. And now it has filled my layer with that solid color. All right. And now what I want to do is get a yellow color. So we're gonna come over here and sample some yellow this time. I'm gonna get my brush tool up here, and there are a Thanh of Brushes. We're going to get into that in just a second. But we want to just dive right into this thing, so I'll go to painting. And honestly, it doesn't really matter what you choose because of what we're going to do next. But let me just show you where we're going with this. So I'm gonna come over here on this left hand side. I'm gonna scrub the size of my brush up pretty large, and let's just see how big that is. I don't that work. So again, looking at the shirt, we've got some orange lighter, almost a yellow on the top, and then kind of fades to a darker orange color. All right, so that's kind of we're going for. So I'm just gonna kind of scribble a part way down. We're still working on the same layer. It's a hot mess. But here's what we're gonna do with it up here at the top, we're gonna tap on adjustments. They're gonna come down to Gazi and blur Gaussian Blur. I've heard him both on. We're gonna just tap on the screen and scrub towards the right and you'll notice across the top of Got a blue line. Very, very subtle. But you'll see I'm applying a 12 13 15% bowler and I can let go and then tap and drag again . And I can really scrub this blur up you'll notice what it's doing to our work. Obviously, it's blurring it. But what's cool? What I'm going for here is kind of a subtle Grady into effect. Okay? So as I scrubbed with right, I get a really cool, radiant effect. All right, Now, let's come back into our layer and we're going to jump into. We're just gonna immediately jump right into some advanced techniques. But I I think you can came with me here. So what we're gonna do, we're going to create a mask, all right? And all a mask does Is it just hide stuff down below? So to make a mascot we're going to do is tap on the layer panel, run a tap on the layer we want to mask, and I come down here and click on the word mask. I'm saying click. I mean, tap or whatever. Whatever you do with the pen in your finger, I don't know. All right, so now I have a mask above the shape layer. Well, currently, the whole mask layer is white, so it's not masking anything. If I come back over here to my let's see, there's a couple ways we can do it. I can either tap on the word or tap on my layer mask, and I can click on Phil Layer. But you notice it did hardly anything. Well, why is that? Because my color on the top right is actually set to basically white. Now. If I were to drop it down to a dark value, let's say black will go all the way down to black. Come back to my mask, tap on it and I'll click Phil Layer. Or I could just tap on this color swatch up here and then click and drag and throw it right on top. We'll go back to my layers. You notice it filled that mask with black. So in most design software like photo Shop, for example, or, in this case, procreate when you're working with the mask, anything black on your mask is going to hide what's below it. What it's masking anything white or lighter values will reveal. Okay, so if we want to reveal back this layer down below, we're gonna be drawing on our layer mask with a brush. Let me just change my size. Over here A little bit was click and drag this down and I gotta change from a black color back toe white because we want to reveal now what's down below. So making sure I'm still drawing on this layer mask, okay? And now, as I draw whatever I draw, you'll see that it reveals what's down below. But what's really cool about this is it's not just like you're racing away from a white piece of paper, you're actually Onley revealing those pixels in that mask. What I mean by that, if I jumped back into my layers and turn off his background color, you can see that this shape is actually on top of a transparent grid. So where this gets really cool, then, as you can use this artwork all over the place and that color from below will shine through . So what we're gonna do now? I hope that makes sense. We're gonna pause this video, and what I want you to do is go ahead and create a new document. If you haven't already, we're gonna create a layer, and I want you to bring two colors and rights. We filled it with a solid color to be brushed over part of it. We went to our adjustment layer and added a blur. And then we went to that later and added a mask. Okay, so don't forget, you can rewind this video replay. How I did that mask. I know it's an advanced technique, but hopefully we went slow enough that you can get there. So take a minute. Go and set up a file and get this far. Okay, Get to where we have a mask layer that we can start painting with. 3. Brushes: All right, guys. Welcome back. I truly hope you're following along. You're working on your class project with me. If you haven't, please start that document. Jump in. Let's do this together. All right, So what we're gonna do now where you're going to jump back into our layer mask, and I want Teoh. Go ahead and undo what I did. So there's a couple ways we could do this. Honestly, the best way is probably to take two fingers and tap on the screen. And that is your undo. So I can keep tapping with two fingers until I'm back to where I want to start drawing again. All right, so let's go ahead and explore brushes a little bit here. So what? I want to show you in our brush library. There are hundreds of default brushes that you can work with, so perhaps we should start there. What we're gonna do is go ahead and just scroll through and you can see if you tap on any one of these names right next to it, you're gonna have a whole bunch of brushes to choose from. All right, so in this case, I'm kind of looking for something a little more solid, but with some character to it. So again, there's a lot of different ways we can play with this. And the cool thing is, it's all digital. So if you make a mistake, just hit the undo button or double tap with two fingers and you start all over. So what we're gonna do here I am under the painting brush and again, there are tons of really cool brushes. You should spend a lot of time here playing. We're under painting. I'm going over to turpentine. Actually, yeah, we'll do turpentine. We'll click on that one. It's a fun brush. And if you cook again, it's going to open up your brush studio. So this is where you can experiment over here on the drawing pad with how your brush is gonna work. So from there we can come down and select. There are again a lot of different settings that honestly, I think your best bet is just to play with it. Just come through and experiment with each one of these settings and how they affect your brush. But again, what we're gonna do is just jump right in here. I'm gonna brush studio right at the top. I can I can mess with some of the size and capacity and the dynamics here. There's so much in here that just take a minute to play with that. But once you get that where you were, you want your setting set, We're gonna click on Done. We're gonna come back over into our document, and I always just double check before I get started to make sure on the right layer. So I'm going to be drawing or painting on this layer mask, Zoom in a little bit. Here, take my brush size. This is do a quick circle to see how that looks. That's all right. I actually probably want to drop it down a little bit more, and I think it's a little bit too textured. The more I look at this, I feel like I'm not gonna be is happy with this. So we're in a double tap with two fingers. Step back. Come back into the brushes and, uh, let's try another brushes to see what we got here. I think he might be a good one. Let's jump down to that brush here. That's cool. This has some potential. All right, How about syrup? That sounds like a good one. I think this one might give me the best results for what I'm looking for. All right, Now we're gonna go ahead and dive in and just start drawing. So, uh, where you would see? Let me just like the shirt again in the camera. See how it's looking. Alright, Alright. Alright. So we're just going to kind of just kind of goofing around a little bit here, so we're kind of doing kind of a circular design. You have some mountains. Obviously. This is a loose interpretation, very loose. I'm tryingto trying to show you this without taking a lot of time to achieve the look that we're going for here. So this is where we'll probably speed up the video. Okay, Clearly, I'm not trying to copy the shirt. Exactly. I'm more so showing you the techniques. So here we have. You know, we're getting pretty close to something that's almost like this shirt. All right, guys, hopefully I'm inspiring you to just dive in and make your own artwork, right? This is You don't have to be perfect with this guy's It's fun. So We're just going to kind of wrap this up real quick and and you get the point of what we're doing here, all right? That is brutal. I probably don't want to print because, you know, already have the shirt, but, uh, what we're going to do now is we want to add some text into this as well. So how do you add text? 4. Adding and Manipulating Text: Let's go ahead and add some type to our design. So much like the shirt that I'm wearing, We've got some texts. Here we go. That's arched around it. So there's not really a the time of this recording at least an easy way to do that. But there is an easy way to add text, so let's just start there. We're gonna jump in up here on the very top left. One click on our actions Tab will come down here to add and then down to add text. So from here, we're going to go ahead and click on the little keyboard icon. And let's just type in something like the mountains. Oh, are calling. All right Now click over here on edit style and let's go ahead and change our size will scrub this down a little bit. I'm gonna toggle on the all caps. Ta go. All right, maybe let's make this a little bit smaller, so I have room to curren this out. Okay, so that's going the right direction here. Well, you get what you want when you get it the way you want it. After playing with some of the design styles and the fonts that are available. Go ahead and click. Done. And now you can see in our layers we actually have an edit, herbal fonts or type player. Okay, so what that means is, I could click on this, and then it gives me the option to either cancel or rast arise. Basically, basically meaning flatten it, turning it into a shape or a graphic. So it's no longer a font or inevitable type players. A flat graphic. That's what Rast arising means by doing that, it will. Alatas Doosan different distorting. And we could work with it in some creative ways, or we'll click on edit text and change the text. All right, so I'm gonna go and click done, but because we're gonna work with some destructive methods here. We're in a click on the layers panel. I'm gonna swipe it from right to the left and we'll click on Duplicate. So I've got two versions of the same thing. If I click on my move tool over here and move this one down. You can see I've got two different layers. All right, so now we're gonna do is just turn off this backup player and then I'm gonna go ahead and tap once on this layer and I'm gonna go down and click on Rast Arise. And what that does is you can see in this layer it no longer has this letter a on the thumbnail. It's telling me that it's now just a flat shape that we can't edit as a Fonterra's a type layer anymore. All right, so we've got that. Let's go ahead and start looking at what I've found so far are two different ways we can start to bend this text around in an arch shape. So the first really is not that easy. Actually, neither one of these methods is very easy, but, um, this 1st 1 is probably is a lot more difficult, but it does produce some cool results. So we're gonna do is come down here with our move tool selected. This arrow tool at the top will click down here in warp, and they're gonna click on Advanced Mash. Okay, what this does for us, let me zoom in. Actually should zoom in first. So we're gonna tap out of here. Try this again. Click on the arrow tool down to warp and then down to advanced mesh. All right, so now what I can do is it gives me all these different anchored points or nodes, whatever you wanna call him, and you can bend this, and so you could get some really exciting and really cool effects with this. You can do this on graphics as well. Not just in this case. It looks like type, but remember, we rast arised it. So that's just a shape you could use with anything. You could bring in a photo and do this, uh, toe whatever you want. So what's cool is you could take the time, and it would take a lot of time to make it look right without making the fonts really distorted. But you could grab these anchor points, right? And you could start bending them around the shape that you want them to be went around so you can see where we're going to this, and you can also see this is gonna take a lot of time. So, in the spirit of showing you different methods and letting you play with the app, we're gonna go ahead and kind of stop here, but you get the point at how far you can push this and nudge it around a kind of massage it into place. So once you're happy with that, I was gonna tap up here on the air O Toole again. And obviously this looks terrible, but it's a way that you could probably achieve this Look. All right, so the next way we're gonna do we gonna come back over into our layers, I'm gonna turn off this one that we just did. We'll turn back on our edible type player. We're in a swipe and click on Duplicate will turn off our clone. We'll go and Rast arise this one as well. But this time we're gonna do something a little bit different. So before we get down to much further here, we're gonna make a new layer. I'll grab. My brush will come up, Teoh. We'll just grab it. Doesn't really matter. We're just looking for something pretty thin, so this procreate pencil is probably fine. I'm just trying to make a guide that I can build around with circle. So we're gonna do is we're gonna start drawing a circle and we're gonna hold for a second, and procreate is gonna snap this into a shape. So it created an ellipse. But you noticed It's not a perfect circle. So now I'm gonna do is tap with two fingers and I haven't let go yet. And now I have a perfect circle so I can get it kind of close to the size I want. That's good enough. No notice That's on its own layer right now. We'll grab our move, tool the arrow here, and we're just gonna want to mesh warp. So we got we've got our settings from what we were just using. So we're gonna come down here to uniform, okay? The other thing that I found to it's really easy to make the mistake. That's come back over here. A war Advanced mesh. If you click in the middle, you're gonna mess things up. Right? But if you click off to the side, you should be able depending house. I'm going to do it. Depending on the settings, you can click on outside of the shape to move it around. All right. So hopefully that makes sense. But we're gonna go ahead and get this close here right now. I'm using the uniform scaling method here. All right, Let's, uh, would see here. We're gonna want to put our type on top of the line, but I want to kind of fall in place, but the rest of shapes, so that gets us close. All right, we're gonna click back up here, keep saying click. I mean, tap, because it's a pattern. We don't click it right Anyway, All right, back to our new type player that we just made. We'll grab this arrow tool, and we're gonna move it down into place, and I'm gonna get it close to center. So where this green note is is the center of this text. The shape It's a shape now. So long text. Okay, so I'm gonna make this is close to center to my design. It's possible. All right, Now we're going to do is work together between the selection tool on the move tool or the Air O toole, whatever you wanna call it. And, uh, we're gonna start getting things into place. So the first thing I'm gonna do is actually go ahead and select this. I was gonna move it out of place now notice I tapped away from this shape because what happens? Trying to tap inside to move it. Ah, lot of times you'll accidentally get the nodes and scale it or rotated. So I'm just tapping way outside the campus and moving it off to the side. Okay. All right, let's keep going here. So we're gonna grab the selection tool again. We're gonna draw around each individual letter, okay? And then if I were to pension Zoom trying to grab my campus, it's actually gonna grab that shape and scale it up. Same thing if I try and grab in here, move it over, depending on where you grab you might have issues with it. So I found it's easiest just to tap way the heck off the side here and just kind of scrub it into place that I grabbed this green note on top to kind of angle it. And right now I can't even see the shape of my farm. But what I can see are the dots around the edges here, these different node. So I can line up these three on the bottom to be as close to whichever part of the curve it's at. Okay to match that that line. So I was going to do that. They wanna tap off for a second to see how it did. I'm gonna zoom in closer and is not bad, all right, it's It's pretty close. So now we're gonna repeat the process over and over, and you can see that this is going to take a long time and it honestly might be something better to do in a different application that's actually meant for working with types such as, you know, maybe it's illustrator in in design or photo shop. But again, I realized, if you're taking this course and you're probably, you know, if you're only using procreate on an iPad or maybe you're traveling and it's all you have with you at the moment, definitely. You know it's possible, but it is labor intensive. So that's where having an idea for the design before you get started is also good practice . Just to make sure that, um, you know, you don't get down the road and then realize you didn't do it, how you wanted it. So we're gonna do here, just take a step back and kind of see how this is going. Obviously, you can see it's a little rough, but This is the technique at the very least, for how you can add text to your design and ah, in this case, bend it around a curve inside of procreate. So once we get this done, once I go through, when I get all this text laid out how I like it, what I would do then is I'd go back into my layers, go find that shape. That's my guide and just turn that off and then you can see when this is all said and done , you know, we're gonna have some text that's going to match the shape of our design. 5. Masking Text: Alright, guys, Through the magic of video editing, we now have our text bent around that circular shape here and now what I want to do. We didn't in black all black here. But what I want to do is make it so the colors fade through into the letters. Okay, so that way, basically, we're adding these letters into the mask. So if I click on my layers, you see about my layer mask, and you can see this is all drawn here. I want to add these letters to this mask. Okay, so it's a little bit complicated, but we're gonna take it nice and slow so we can get this figured out what to do here. All right, so we're going to click on the mountains later. This is our text. A toggle it on and off. You can see what we're working with here. We're going to click up here in the selection town. We're gonna click right on the layer name here and then at the top. It's a select, so we'll click on that. And now it turns that layer into a selection. Now we're going to do is come back into our layers and it's super settle on if you can see it on the screen here. But there's some diagonal lines. It just shows where the mask is being applied. I'm gonna turn off the text layer, and again, it's super subtle, but hopefully on screen here, you can see where the letters are still popping through here. So now I'm gonna do is click on the layer mask. And remember, when we paint with white, it reveals what's underneath. And when we paint with black, it hides. So we want to reveal more of this orange by painting with white. So up here in the top, right, make sure they're white color selected connecting our layers. Make sure we're on the layer mask we are, and then you want to be appear on our brush. I just grabbed in the painting Brush library, a large round brush and over here on the side you can see that I made it just huge. So now as a draw, or paint over my letters here, what's happening in my mask? I'm painting in white, but it's on Lee letting me paint where that selection let's me paint right so it protects everything else on that layer from being painted on, except for where the selection allows hope that makes sense. I know that's a little bit of, ah, complicated topic if you're a beginner. But again, try and watch his video again and hopefully it makes sense. But now that we've got that done, we can turn off our selection, and you can see that the letters now fade with the rest of the our work. So it's cool about this. If I wanted to, I could actually change the color of the layer below it. So just for an example, I could just throw a layer. Just grab this pink color and totally Phil underneath, and you can see that it changes everything but Onley where that mask lets it shine through . All right, hopefully that makes sense. So now that we've got that done in the next video, we'll look at how to actually export and use our artwork. 6. Exporting Your Design: All right. Congratulations. Hopefully you've been following along and you have a T shirt design or a some kind of a merchandise mug or backpack design that you can work with now. So now is the fun part when we actually to take our design and get it out of the box and into production. All right, so what we're gonna do is go ahead and look, it's in different ways that we can export this. Now, as I look at this, my design isn't totally centered. But right now, that's okay. Because where I'm gonna be uploading it, they have a tool that lets me reposition it. So I'm not worried about that at all. If you are worried about that and you want to modify the design, I can click on his layer, grab the arrow appear and I can just drag it around and make it more centered. So that's one way to work. But what we're gonna do now, just export. So we're gonna dio. It's comparing the very top left and click on the tool that looks like a wrench for the actions going to come down here to the share tab. And then you can see we have a lot of different options now. When I was reading the documentation for print full, they want a PNG or a J Peg file. There's the two they recommend. So, luckily, I can do either one. If I do a J Peg, let's go and click on that. It's just gonna export it, and it's gonna ask me where I want to save it. I didn't click Save Image, which will throw it right into my camera roll on my iPad so I could also air drop this. If I click on the air drop tab, it's gonna ask me what device I want to send it to. So right now, I could just click on the Mac Book Pro, which is my laptop sitting right in front of me here and throws it right into my downloads stack. So let's go ahead and open this file up and see what it looks like. It's a J peg, and there is my design file that I can now upload to print full or again wherever you want to have this printed. We wouldn't click done X out of that. Let's try a PNG file. I just want to show something real quick. So we're gonna do the same thing. Was gonna air drop it over in my Mac book. And again, we could save us to a lot of different places if use Dropbox or Google drive, um, lots of different ways. We can get this out of the box here, but I'm gonna click on that PNG file on my laptop and you'll notice the PNG file and the J peg file look identical. There is no difference. So let me show you what more setting here. We're going to jump back into our layers. We're gonna turn off his background color, okay? And now when we export it, come back up here, go down to P and G gonna air drop it over my computer so I can upload it. That's going to open that file now, and you should notice there we dio So you noticed this one that campuses dark behind it, and that's just right now I'm using preview to preview this file. But if I were to drop this into another editing software, it would be transparent except for where the artwork is. So P and G files support medical Alfa Transparency. But if I did A J. Peg the same way, so I've got my background turned off here. Exported J. Peg J. Peg doesn't know how to handle transparency, so it's still going to show up with the white background in my files here. Let's just double check and make sure. Sure enough. Yep, that J peg still has the background attached, so there are obviously a lot of other ways you can export files. But for the sake of this course, getting your file out to create that awesome T shirt, that's how you do it. So now that we have our files here on my desktop, all have you got to do is either email it to whomever is going to be producing this or again through the upload settings that print full has by the fault. All right, guys, I hope you enjoy this course. I know it was a little fast in places. Don't forget that You can rewind and watch those again, especially where gets technical. We talked about masking and things like that, but I hope you learned a lot. And I'd really love to see your artwork. I'd love to see your apparel. Your T shirt designs your hoodies. You know, the backpacks and mugs and whatever else. Go ahead. Post him in the project section for the skill share. Of course, I'd love to see what you guys are working on. And, uh, thanks so much for watching. Be sure to give it a thumbs up if you can, or like it and share it. And again, I'd love to get your feedback as well. If you have any questions, let me know. I'd love to help you out. So I hope you enjoy. And I can't wait to see what you guys get to create now with procreate. 7. Bonus: How to Mockup a T Shirt: Perhaps you're not going to actually send this designed to print, but you're going to use it on your portfolio website or descended as a comp to a client's. What we're gonna do is show you how you can import a shirt just like this. You can find it in the assets provided to this course, and we're going to create a mock up of our design. So I'm gonna do is go ahead and grab a color and just drag it right onto that shirt that I brought any. You'll notice it changes the color. For me, it's just a transparent PNG file. So it's just an image. And the way that we're gonna bring this into your gallery is go to import computer locations and you can see that I've got some different locations. Personally, I just used the iCloud drive for this course, but often I'll use Dropbox or the creative cloud. If you don't have any of these as an option, I'm gonna go ahead and cancel this. So instead of clicking import, you would click on photo. And perhaps you can text yourself this file or downloaded directly from your iPad from the link provided if that works as well. So it's a few different ways, just depending on your level of comfort and what options you have available. But again, once we get that file imported, I'll do it one more time in iCloud right now. I called DR Was going to click on that P and G File, and we have our shirt on a transparent or on its own layer here. So that's all we're looking at right now. If I were to change the background color to something else, you can see that it's just the black outlines on this shirt. Let's go ahead and change that back. We'll just tap with two fingers to undo, and again we'll grab this color, change it to whatever color we want, making sure we're on the shirt layer and we're gonna drag this color right into it to change colors. So now that we have this asset, I'm gonna show you a shortcut. You can take three fingers dragged down on the canvas, and it opens up a few different options for you, so we're going to copy that layer that we have selected. Now we can come back into our gallery open up our original artwork here and we can paste it in again. Three fingers will swipe down and we'll click on paste and it's gonna bring that shirt into our design file. And we could actually work the opposite way as well. So perhaps we'll go ahead and do this. Perhaps you wanted to copy this artwork, you could copy it and paste it into the T shirt file. But either way, either way works. So right now, I'm gonna come into my layers and I'm gonna drag this shirt file down below the artwork here and now we need to resize something's Let's go ahead and grab this point Click on the arrow up here and was going to scale the shirt down a little bit for the document. We're gonna come back to our layer mask, which will select both a layer mask and the layer below it. Click on the arrow up here, and then we can scale the artwork down into place. So now that you've got that done, all you gotta do is ah, you know, play with the T shirt color, make sure you get it, how you want it, and then when it's all ready to go. We're going to go ahead and click on the actions up here will come down to share, and then you can choose how you want to share this file, and you can send it to a client or use it in your own website as a portfolio item.