How to Digitize a Hand Drawn Design or Coloring Book Page to Publish and Sell Online

Shelley Hitz, Watercolor and Lettering Artist

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12 Lessons (46m)
    • 1. Introduction to How to Digitize a Hand Drawn Design

    • 2. Supplies Overview

    • 3. Scan Your Design, Option 1: Use a Scanner

    • 4. Scan Your Design, Option 2: Use the Scanner Pro App

    • 5. Scan Your Design, Option 3 Use a Copy Center

    • 6. Cleaning Up Your Design in Photoshop

    • 7. Introduction to Vector Images

    • 8.

    • 9. Using Adobe Illustrator to Create a Vector Image

    • 10. Using Inkscape to Create a Vector Image

    • 11. Outsource

    • 12. Share Your Design


About This Class


Would you like to know how to digitize your hand drawn design or coloring page?

In this class I’m going to take you step-by-step through the exact process I have used to digitize my hand drawn coloring book designs and publish them online in books, t-shirts, stickers, mugs, and so much more.

The options are really limitless!

However, the first step is knowing how to digitize your design the right way.

I’m excited to take you through the steps of scanning, cleaning up, and vectorizing your design so it’s ready in a format ready for you to publish, sell on products online or share with family and friends.

Click enroll and let’s get started!

Note: if you want training specifically on creating your hand drawn coloring page, make sure to take my class, “Easy Coloring Book Design” here:

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