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Illustrating in Procreate: How to Draw Animals and Objects - Camping Edition

teacher avatar Suzy Lizz, Designer and Illustrator

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19 Lessons (1h 10m)
    • 1. Intro

      1:11
    • 2. The basics

      3:39
    • 3. Projects and resources section

      0:44
    • 4. Colour palette

      1:23
    • 5. Bear

      9:52
    • 6. Camp fire

      6:58
    • 7. Owl

      4:27
    • 8. Tent

      3:11
    • 9. Wood stump

      4:53
    • 10. Lantern

      5:32
    • 11. Tree

      3:47
    • 12. Marshmallow

      1:52
    • 13. Squirrel

      6:03
    • 14. Cup

      1:36
    • 15. Flashlight

      3:52
    • 16. Exporting and collaging

      4:42
    • 17. Adding detail and exporting final image

      5:01
    • 18. Class project

      0:38
    • 19. Thank you

      0:19
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Do you want to pick up your iPad and start drawing quick fun and easy illustrations with lots of character? By the end of this class you will know exactly how to draw and create whimsical and easy drawings in the app Procreate!

You'll learn how to create over 10 fun illustrations with a camping theme. First we will be drawing all the illustrations individually, and then you will learn how to collage them together to create a finished artwork.

Throughout creating these illustrations, I share with you my tips and tricks to creating detailed but easy drawings, this class is perfect for beginners and all levels alike. Basic procreate knowledge is helpful but not necessary as I go through step by step the exact way I created these illustrations. iPad and stylus (I use the apple pencil, or you can even use your finger!) are used in this course. But you can follow along in your preferred drawing method and use these drawing tips many ways!

I am also including a colour palette in this class for you to use and follow along with me.

I am so excited to share this class with you and hope you enjoy!

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Suzy Lizz

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Hey there!

I'm Suzy Lizz. I'm a Illustrator and Designer based in Vancouver, Canada. I love illustrating things that are fun, colourful, whimsical, and cute. My favourite thing in life is creating and sharing, I love showing people exactly how I make my creations. If I can do it - so can you! Remember, everyone was once a beginner. Through practice and effort, anything is possible!

I'm so excited to bring you my first class "Drawing vector illustrations in Adobe Draw". I'm already so excited to start creating another class. If there is anything you'd like me to share in an upcoming class, please let me know!

Feel free to drop me and message with any questions or check out my Instagram @suzylizz

Thank you all for joining me on this journey. Make s... See full profile

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1. Intro: Hey there, I'm Susie. I'm an illustrator based in Vancouver, Canada. And today I'm going to be sharing with you my new class how to create camping illustrations in Procreate. I'm getting so excited to go camping this summer. So this really inspired me to create these illustrations and then create this class so you guys can follow along and create your own illustrations. When this class you will need an iPad, the app Procreate, and a stylus. I'm going to be using the Apple pencil. In this class, you will learn how to draw animals and other objects. You'll find camping. You're new to Procreate or digital drawing. This class is perfect for you because I'm going to go through step-by-step how I create my illustrations. All of the illustrations that I'm gonna be showing you in this class, I made with simple shapes and textures. So they really easy and fun to fall onto. At the end of this class, you'll have a set of your own illustrations created by you. Follow my tips and techniques. You can follow along with me and create the animals and objects that I create in this class. Or you can choose your own you'd like to draw. I'm so excited to share this class with you. So let's go ahead and get started. 2. The basics: So first we're going to be starting out with the basics you'll need to know to create these illustrations. We're going to start out by opening the app Procreate. And I'm going to hit the plus button on the upper right to make a new canvas. Now you can see that you can make a canvas of any size. There's a couple that are already in the settings, but I'm going to create a new one. So I click the button here to create a new size. And I'm going to do mine inches. So I press the inches and I'm gonna do it 16 inches by 11 inches. And it's going to be at 300 DPI with 29 layers. This gives us a pretty big canvas and quite a lot of layers to work with. But you can use any size that you would prefer. And then it goes ahead and creates our Canvas for us. Now show you the brushes that we'll be using. If you click on this little brush icon here on the top, it opens up the brush library aid. Is he all the brushes that are available to you to use in your illustrations? As you can see, they have different categories, sketching, drying. And the one we're going to be looking for is in the inking category. And it's called dry ink. Now you can use this brush by moving your pencil along the canvas. The slider on the upper left controls the size and the slide on the lower left controls the opacity. And there's an undo button underneath to undo what you've done. Now show you the other brush we'll be using. And it's going to be under the charcoal and just scroll all the way to the bottom, and it's called burnt tree. This one's really great to create textures. And you can see, I'm just going to play around with that here, with the opacity. This one's on full and you can turn out to have and create a lighter, more clear texture. And then also you can play with the size of the brush as well. I'm going to be keeping it really simple in this class and only using two brushes. Now I'm going to show you how to create your own brush set for easy access to these two brushes. So just swipe up on the brush library until a little plus sign appears. It's going to say untitled set. And you can go ahead and rename it. You can rename it to anything you like. I'm going to call my camping brushes. And now you've created your own set. So we're going to go ahead and drag both of these brushes into this set. So I just go to where they are kept and then drag them into my new set. And when I click on camping brushes, you can see dry ink is already in there. Now I'm going to go find burnt trees that's in charcoal and then drag it up there as well. And now I have both of my brushes easy to access in the campaign brushes set. I'll now show you the color palette area here. So you can click on the color circle on the top right. And it opens up the colors menu. As you can see, there's little circle here where you can toggle around to different colors and shades of that color. There's a history bar, and then there's a part with all your palettes. If you go to the palettes at bottom right, you can create a new palette. There's a bunch of them already built in, but for this class we're going to create a new one. And as you can see, it is empty. And it says untitled right there at the bottom. Now to put a swatch onto your palette, you just have to click into it with a color selected and then to delete it, you just gotta hold it down until it says Delete swatch and then click it. Now in the next video, I'm gonna show you how to import the color palette I created. If you'd like to use that one. 3. Projects and resources section: I'm going to show you where you can download the color palette for this class using my last classes in example. So whichever class you're on, you can scroll down to the bottom. And as you can see, there's a project and resources section below the class here. And on the right, there are the resources in this class. As you can see, I have a color palette resource. You can go ahead and click on it. And then to save this photo, all you have to do is hold down with your finger and press add to photos, and it's already automatically saved onto your iPad in your photos. Just make sure when you're doing this that your iPad is in the horizontal position. Up next I'll show you how to import the image and will create a color palette for this class. 4. Colour palette: Okay, so let's start out with putting in our color palette. So I'm going to go up here and click the wrench icon. And I'm going to go to Add and then insert a photo. And then I'm going to insert the color palette photo that can be downloaded from the Project and Resources section of my class. As you can see here, it's in layer one automatically. So now I'm going to go to my color palette. And there's the empty palette that I had created. I'm going to go ahead and hover my finger over top of these. And it'll go ahead and select the color. And then I'm going to click it using my Apple Pencil into the palette. So I'm just going to go ahead here and click in all of these eight colors. And also, if you'd like to use your own color palette, you can go ahead and pick them out using the colors panel over here and then click it in like that. If you ever want to delete a swatch, just hold over it until it says Delete swatch and then click it. And now we have our color palette setup. So we're ready to go ahead and draw. I'm gonna go ahead and clear this layer by swiping on it and pressing clear. And we are free to start drying. We're going to start by drawing a bear in the next video. 5. Bear: So we're going to start off these illustrations with first drawing a bear. I'm gonna go ahead and select the dry ink pen. I'm going to make sure that my opacity is turned all the way up. And I'm going to decide on a brush size here. And then I'm going to go in with my lighter brown color. And we're going to start with the bear's head. I'm here on layer one. You can check it out by clicking the Layers panel, which is those two squares. So I'm going to start off with creating a circle. So I just draw a circle and then I hold my pen down and then procreate, turns it into a nice smooth circle for us. And I'm going to grab the brown color and then drag it in. And that's how you fill in a shape. Again, I'm going to create another circle for the ear. This time I'm holding down with one finger and that turns it into a perfect circle if you'd like that. I'm just going to resell like the ground here. I accidentally selected the white, but then again drag in to fill in the ear. And then I'm going to do the same thing in the other ear. I just undid it here because I didn't do a perfect circle and it like the way it looked. So I'm drawing a circle again, holding for a perfect circle. And if you'd like to edit, you can press the button on the top to edit the shape and then move around the edges of the shapes till it's in the place that you want it to be. And then I'm filling it in. And there's his head in his ears. And I'm going to create a another layer by clicking the Layers panel and then pressing the plus button. And this layer I want to be underneath his head layer because it's going to be his body. I'm going to create a smooth arc here by drawing in the arc and then holding it. And then creating this arc and moving it to where I would like it to be, to create the back of the bear. Now I'm just going to create a quick line here for the front of the bear. And then another one right here at the back. And then I'm going to start creating his little feet. So I'm just going to draw in a little foot shape and the back, I'm going to do another curve for the top of his leg. And at the bottom of it I'm just going to create a another foot shape here. Decided that I didn't like the way this foot looked. So I'm going to go to the eraser. And for the eraser, I'm also going to use the dry ink as the eraser. You can use brushes as an eraser to create the same sort of effect as the brushes have. So I'm just redrawing his foot here. And now I'm going to create his belly by connecting these with a smooth line at the bottom. Now if I tried to go ahead and fill in the shape right now, it wouldn't work because the shapes not closed. And just press the Undo button here. And I'm just going to turn off this layer by clicking the check button in the box beside it, just to show you that this shape isn't closed. We're going to go ahead and close my shape and then drag the color in, and then it fills in just fine. So now going to create a another layer by clicking on the Layers panel and pressing plus again, I'm going to hold and drag this to the bottom because I'd like this to be behind the layers that I have created because these are going to be his back feet. So I'm gonna go ahead and draw in some back feet here, making sure to connect the shape so that I can fill it in and then drag to fill in. And for these back feet, I'm using the darker brown shade and I'm still using the same dry ink brush. So now we have the basic shape of our barrier, and now we're going to go in and add some details. I'm gonna go ahead and create another layer. Again, go into the Layers panel and then pressing the plus button. I'm going to want this at the very top because this is where the details are going to be. So I want them on top of all of my layers. And I'm going to start with the face and just drawing in the details of his face. I'm going to be using the color white. And I'm going to go ahead and draw a big teardrop shape right in his nose area. If you ever feel like your shapes aren't filling in well enough, when you go ahead and drag it in, you can change the threshold by moving your Apple pencil back and forth to find the exact spot that you think that it looks best filled into. So I like it just like that. And I'm going to go ahead and add the details on the ears. Again, I'm going to create some little circles. I'm going to edit the shape here and then fill them in. And doing the exact same thing over here on the other ear. And then I'm also filling that one in. And now we have these three detail shapes on his face. Now I'm going to go and select the birch tree brush. And I'm going to turn the opacity all the way up. And then I'm going to turn the size of it down and I'm just going to start drawing around the edges of my shapes. This just gives it some texture. You're kinda like a little bit of a fairy effect. It's really easy and really fun to create. So we're just going to go around all these shapes, his ears and his nose. And just focusing on the edges to create that soft effect. Now I'm going to go back to the layers and add a new layer. So I'm going to select the black color from my color palette. And then I'm going to go back in with a dry ink brush and then give him a little nose and go into the draw an oval shape here and then fill it in. And then draw on a little smile and then two eyes just using long oval shapes. I just undid that one so I can just redraw it where I'd like it. And then I'm going to draw two curving lines away from them just to give them the look that he's looking sideways. And that's the details on his face. Now I'm going to add some details on his body. And I'm just going to draw this same line that I drew for that line here, just in black to make it stand out more. And then I'm also going to draw it right around his head here. Then I'm going to clean up my lines. So I'm going to zoom in here and I'm going to go to erase. And again, make sure that it's on the dry ink. And I'm going to erase using the dry ink eraser and just give it a nice clean edge there on the line. Now I'm going to go back and select the layer with the head on it. Then I'm going to go into the brushes and I'm going to select the birch tree brush again. And then I'm going to select the lighter brown color, the same brown color that we used. And I'm going to create another for effect with this brush and just go around his ears. Just creating this really fun and easy fluffy texture year. And then also around the top of his head. You can really take your time with this and make it exactly how you'd like it. This is a really fun, neat, easy way to create a furry texture. That's kinda fun, stylized. So now I'm going to go down to the layer with his body. And I'm going to do the same thing with the top of his body here. So I'm just going to go ahead and take my time and use the pen and draw in this texture bump here. You can add this texture anywhere you like over the bear. I just decided to do it in a select few areas that I thought would look good. It's at this point I forgot to give our bare little tail. So I'm gonna go back to the layer with the backbeat. I'm going to use the same dark brown color and the dry ink brush. And I'm just going to draw a little tail shape and then fill it in. So now we're ready to add some textures to our bear. So I'm going to go to the body layer. I'm going to click on it and then select Alpha Lock. And I'm going to be using the dark brown color now. And I'm also going to be using the burn tree brush again. I'm going to turn the opacity down. And what Alpha Lock does is allows you to draw within the shape without going over top of the shapes. So if I'm drawing in with this dark color, I cannot draw outside of my image. It just stays within the layer that I'm drawing in, which is perfect for adding textures and shapes. So I'm going to start out by adding this darker texture right below his belly, and then right here on his back legs, and then a little bit underneath his head. Just sort of adding it wherever I think the shadows were just sort of naturally hit on this animal. And then I'm just adding it lightly everywhere else just to give it some nice texture. Then I'm going to do the same thing with the head, again, clicking the alpha lock, and then just adding some texture around the animal. Just to make it interesting, you can again take your time doing exactly how you would like to do it. And now we're going to select the layer with the back legs, again, clicking the Alpha Lock button and then grabbing the lighter color and then just adding little bit of texture to the front of these legs. And then also the tail. And our bear is complete. Let's move on to the next animal. 6. Camp fire: So now we're back in Procreate again. And I'm going to press the Plus button to create a new canvas. Untitled canvas at the very end is your last size that you saved. So I'm going to have my 11 by 16 Canvas again. I'm going to select the dry ink brush and the lighter brown color. And I'm going to start drawing the logs for her fire. But I'm going to start by drawing some oval shapes. So again, I'm going to draw the shape of an oval and then hold. Then I'm going to draw some lines extending from outside the oval. Again, I hold to create a nice straight line. And then I create an arc and again hold to create a nice smooth arc shape. And we got our first block here. Now I'm going to overlap them. And I'm going to start with another straight line. I'm going to draw an oval again. And then another straight line again hold if you ever want your line or your shape to be smooth. And then I'm going to add the final log here, doing the exact same thing. I'm adding three logs total. I'm doing all my logs on the same layer. So I'm going to draw them all together and then I'm going to fill them in. And since they're all on the same layer, I'm just going to go through and fill in every section that overlaps here until the whole shape is filled in. And when that's all filled in now we're gonna move on to the flame portion of our fire. So I'm going to create a new layer, and I'm going to grab this red orange color. And I'm going to draw the flames. I'm going to start out by drawing a big U-shape and I'm going to edit the shape so it's right in the spot where I want it to be. And then I click away when I like the way it looks. And then I'm going to add three spikes to the top connecting the U-shape. And then I'm going to fill it in. Now I'm going to create the later portion of the flames. And I'm just gonna do this by creating a new layer. And I'm going to select the yellow. And this layer, I'm actually going to be making a clipping mask. So I'm going to click on it and then click clipping mask. And what this does is it's similar to alpha lock in that you can draw in the shape and it doesn't draw out of the shape, but it's on its own layer, which has its own benefits that I'll share with you in a bit. But first we're gonna go ahead and draw in a shape here. I'm just going to be roughly drawing the similar shape, but just a little bit smaller. And now I'm going to create a new layer. I'm also going to make this a clipping mask. And I'm going to go in with the white. I'm just holding down on the background to select the white color. And then I'm going to draw a small shape right in the middle and then fill it in. And now we have the basic shape of our campfire. I'm going to go back to the layer that has the dark orange color on it and then click the burnt tree brush. And I'm going to again to add some texture around the shape and go to make sure that my opacity is all the way turned up. And then I'm going to go around the shape, adding this texture. This was a really fun brush to use in this class to incorporate texture. If you want, you can definitely go through Procreate's brushes and experiment with different ones that you would like to try. Now I'm going to go to the other layer and do the same thing with the yellow. And then also I'm going to go to the other layer and do the same thing with the light. And now I'm going to go ahead and go back to the red layer. And I'm going to click it and then click on Alpha Lock and then grab the yellow. And also continue with the burnt tree brush. And again, since we are using alpha lock, we're going to be able to color within that shape and not outside of it. So I'm going to turn the opacity of this brush down to create a more see-through color here. And I'm going to add some extra yellow on the back here without affecting the yellow layer in front. So I'm going to keep adding this color until I'm happy with it here. And then I'm gonna go ahead and do the exact same thing on the next layer. So on my clipping mask, I'm also going to turn it into alpha lock. So again, I'm going to add some white detailing on this layer. Now I'm going to go back to my logs. I'm going to create another layer on top. I'm going to turn that to a clipping mask as well. I'm going to select the dry ink brush and I have the white color selected. And I'm going to add some details onto our logs. So first, I'm going to go ahead and create some art shapes to go over top of the slanted area of the log. Now I'm going to decide which log is on top, and I'm going to draw these lines accordingly. Again holding to get a nice straight line. Now I'm going to draw a swirling line starting from the outside of the log going in. So just creating a big swirl here to create the end of log. And now going to draw on top of logs. So I'm just going to do some curvy lines. And every once in awhile I'm just going to put in a notch on the wood. You can take your time and make this really nice and really fancy. But I'm just showing you really quick here. How to make this really quick and easy. So again, just some wavy lines. Try to make them all parallel to each other. And then every once and awhile just throw in a notch just like that. So I'm going to create this wood pattern on all of my logs here. Let's go ahead and finish up this last log. Again, this log is underneath the front one, so I will just draw up until that line. And then the wood grain is complete. Now I'm going to go ahead and click on the base layer of our logs again. I'm going to turn on Alpha Lock and grab the birch trees brush and a darker brown color. And then I'm going to add texture to these logs. And since we created the wood grain on a separate layer with the clipping mask, this structure bolt affect the white wood grain at all. And it just gives it a cool effect. So here's our finished camp fire. Let's move on to the next illustration. 7. Owl: So now we're going to start drawing the owl, and I'm on the new canvas here. I'm using the same size as they used last time. And I'm going to grab the dark blue color and the dry ink pen. I'm going to start by drawing the head of an owl. So I'm going to create a circle shape, but not closed all the way. I'm going to click Edit Shape and I'm just going to move it around until I like the size that it is and the shape. And then I'll click away. Now going to create the ears. I do that by drawing a straight line and then a curved line underneath, making sure that it intersects my circle here. And then I'm going to draw the body of the owl. I just draw a long curved shape that points down at the bottom right, and then fill in this shape with the dark blue color. Now I'm going to go ahead and add another layer for his little feet. So I'm going to draw his feet and really simply here just a line with three lines at the bottom. And now I'm going to create a, another layer for his face. And now I'm going to grab the color white and I'm going to start drawing on his face. So I'm just going to zoom in here and then draw in a heart-shaped or his face. So heart-shaped but it's rounded at the bottom. Then I'm going to add on another layer for his eyes. I chose the color yellow for his eyes. And then I'm going to draw in two circles. Again. I'm going to draw a circle and then hold down with my finger to create a perfect circle. And I'm going to do the exact same thing on the other side to make two eyes and then fill them in. And then I'm grabbing the black and I'm going to draw in the center of his eyes. I'm just doing some rough ovals here. If you want, you can make these into perfect ovals. But I just kinda like the way that this looked. And then I give him a little beak and there's his face Done. Now we're going to add some texture onto our allo. So I'm just going to zoom in on his head here and inclined to go back to the layer with the white part and then select the burnt tree brush again and the white color. And then just go around again with this brush, making sure the opacity is turned all the way up. Just to make this nice, fluffy appearance. I'm going to go all the way around the shape until I'm happy with the way that it looks. I'm deciding to focus more on the top of this shape for this texture just to make it really fluffy re, around his eyes. And then I'm sort of doing it lesser and lesser to the bottom until it blends right in with the other line that I created. Now I'm going to go ahead and add texture on the rest of his body. So I'm going to select the layer that has his body on it. And then I'm going to select the blue. And then I'm going to create this texture around his ears. Again, I'm going to focus more on the bottom of the ears. You can play around and decide where exactly you want this texture to be. But I really liked it right here. Now I'm going to add a clipping mask above this layer. So I'm going to create a new layer and select it and select clipping mask. And then I'm going to select the white color and go back to my dry ink brush. And I'm just going to add some details to his wing. So I'm going to add a nice curvy line here for his wing. And then I'm going to do some straight lines to indicate feathers. Then I'm going to go in with the light green color and then do some more lines at the bottom of the body. Again, you could play around with lines or dots or anything that you would like. Then I'm going to go back to the layer with his body. I'm going to click on it and then click Alpha Lock. And then I'm going to select the dark green color and the bird tree brush. I'm going to turn the opacity down, but I'm going to turn the brush size up. And I'm just gonna play around till I like how it looks. So I'm just doing this to add a bit of texture on his body. And the owl is done. Now let's move on to the next animal. 8. Tent: Okay, so let's draw a tent. So I'm gonna go ahead and start with the same size canvas. And I'm going to be using the green color. And it's actually going to be the lighter version of that green color and the dry ink brush. And then I'm going to start by drawing a triangle. So go ahead and draw a triangle and then hold and procreate, makes it a nice straight triangle. And then I'm going to Edit Shape. And I'm going to move it around until it's the way that I like it. And when I'm happy with that, I'm just going to click away. And then I'm going to fill. As you can see, my fill didn't work and that's because my triangle is not closed. So I'm just going to zoom in here and make sure that my shape is fully closed too, so I can fill in this triangle. Now I'm going to move on to draw the rest of the tent. And I'm going to keep this all on the same layer. So I'm going to start by connecting a line to the top of the triangle, the angle slightly downwards and then to the bottom right of the triangle and going to connect a line using slightly upwards. And then I'm going to connect those two together. Again, I'm using straight lines by holding down my pencil. And then I'm going to fill in this shape as well. Now I'm going to create another layer for the details of the tent. So I'm going to click on the layer and click clipping mask. And then I'm going to select the black. And I'm going to draw a straight line down this section of the tent. And I'm just going to go ahead and edit it here till it to my liking. And again, this lets us draw within the shape. Now I'm going to draw a flap on the side of the tent using a rectangle, but only the three sides. And now I'm going to create the flaps of the tenth. So I'm going to grab the white color. And I'm just going to start with the front of the tent and then drag downwards to create a curve. And I'm going to hold to make the curve smooth. And then I'm going to repeat the same process. On the other side. I'm going to edit this line to get it to where I like it. And then I'm going to close this off at the bottom and then fill this in with the white color. And now I'm going to draw on the pegs of the tent. So I'm going to create another layer and grab the black. And I create another layer just because I want this to be on top. So I'm going to draw the three pegs here outside of the tent. Now I'm going to go back to the layer that's the base of the tent here we are one. I'm going to hit it and then press alpha luck. I'm going to add some texture. So I'm going to grab the darker green and the burnt tree brush again and just add some texture. As you can see, this isn't affecting the Blackett L because I created it on a separate clipping mask. So this is why I really like using Alpha Lock and clipping mask together. So that's her easy and simple tent complete. Let's move on to the next illustration. 9. Wood stump: Okay, so now let's go ahead and draw a Woodstock with an accident. I'm going to go ahead and start with the same size canvas again. And then I'm going to start with the light brown color and the dry ink brush. I'm going to start by drawing an oval shape and then I'm going to hold to create that shape smooth. And then I'm going to adjust it until it like where it is. Then connecting to the bottom of that shape, I'm going to draw some lines that have points at the end of them. These are just sort of like the roots going into the ground. And then I'm just going to fill that all in. Now I'm going to go ahead and create another layer here, and I'm going to start drawing the acts. So now I'm going to start drawing the shape of the acts. I have the red color selected. And I'm going to start with a curved line that goes into the stump and then a outwards curved line, and then another inwards curved line connecting those. And then another inwards curve line. So the shape is like this. I'm just adjusting my lines here. Make sure that they're all connected together. And then I'm going to fill in the shape. Now I'm going to go back up to the layers and add a new layer for the ax handle. So I grab the darker brown color here and I'm going to start drawing in the handle. I'm going to draw a straight line right through the acts hold to create a perfectly straight line. I'm going to edit it just to get it exactly where I would like it. Then when I'm happy with it, you can just click away. Now I'm going to draw a curved line at the end of the ax handle. And then another line for the bottom of the ax handle. For this line, I'm going to create it so it's thicker handle going into a thinner handle. So it's a slight curve on this. And then I'm just going to connect it to the top line. I'm going to make sure that my shape is fully closed and then I'm going to fill this in. So actually want this below the other layer. So I'm just going to go ahead and drag that below so that the X handle is behind the axe head. Now I'm going to select the layer with the ax head and go to select the Eraser button. And I'm going to make sure that I'm on the dry ink brush and the eraser. And I'm going to start erasing out a notch in my axe head. This is just to create the illusion that the AX is going into the stump. So I'm just gonna go ahead and draw a little notch here. And going back to the brush and grabbing the red color just so I can fill in this little mistake I made here. Not going to want any white gaps. So it just looks like your axis going straight through the seventh. Now I'm going to create some details on the stump. So I'm going to click back to the stump layer and press the plus sign and then click on that layer and press clipping mask and grab the white is just going to allow us to draw within this stump shape. So I'm going to start off by drawing a curved edge here on the edge of the stump. I'm just holding to create a smooth line. And then I'm going to go ahead and edit it to where I like it. Now I'm going to draw the grain at the center of the stuff. So going from the inside and then doing a swirling pattern all the way to the outside. And then I'm going to add some grain on the outside of the log. So I'm just going to add some swirling lines here just to create the idea of what green. And every once in a while I'm going to do a little notch. So like a little triangle shape that goes up and then down, just like this one here. And then I'm going to go around that. Again. You can take your time doing this just exactly how you'd like it. And just continuing on with the grain here until it looks like that. Then I'm going to go back to my original stump layer and then you click it and turn on Alpha lock. You can grab the darker brown color and the bird tree brush and just go ahead and add some texture. So again, this texture is underneath the white. It doesn't affect the weight at all because we have it on a clipping mask. Then I'm going to go back to the handle and turn on Alpha lock as well, just to add some texture to the handle as well. The handle is the darker color brown, so I'm just making sure I select the lighter color brown to create this texture. And again, I'm going to turn Alpha lock on the ax head and grab the yellow and just play around with creating a little bit of texture on there as well. And there is our completed stamp and x. Let's move on to the next illustration. 10. Lantern: Okay, so now let's draw a lantern. Again. I'm going to start with a canvas of the same size. Then I'm gonna go ahead and select the black color. And I'm also going to select the dry ink brush. And I'm going to start with two curved lines here. So I'm going to start drawing my first curve line and then holding to make it nice and smooth. Then I'm going to press Edit and just edit the shape the way that I like it. Now instead of having to draw another line exactly like this facing the other way, I'm just going to duplicate this one. So I'm going to go into my layers. I'm going to swipe on that layer and press Duplicate. Then I'm pressing this S to selected up here. And then I'm going up to the arrow and I'm going to press flip horizontal. And then I'm going to hold my pencil against the canvas so I can drag this line. And then I have it where I like it. And then I'm going to de-select with the arrow. And then I'm going to pinch those two layers together so that both of those lines are on the same layer. Now I'm going to go ahead and add another layer to keep drawing on this layer, I'm going to start by drawing the top of the lantern. So in a grab the dark blue color. I'm going to start by drawing a shape on the top of these two curved lines. And it's going to be straight with two diagonal lines to King outwards. And then I'm going to connect that at the top. And then I'm going to create a similar shape down here, again holding to create a straight line. And hold to create a straight line and then do these two sticking straight out where you can draw it all at once and then connect them all together. Then I'm gonna go ahead and fill in these top and bottom sections. As you can see, it didn't feel incorrectly and that's because I think I had a little gap here. So go ahead and fix that and then fill that in. Now I'm going to go ahead and select the previous layer and then drop the handle of MSL Enter. Again, I'm going to go in with the black so it matches the lines on the side here. And then I'm going to draw a line on either side facing slightly outwards. Then I'm just clicking Edit shape here so I can get it exactly where I like it by dragging these two white dots here. You can take your gun and get these as perfectly as you'd like them. And then I'm just connecting it here at the top. Now I'm going to go ahead and select the lighter brown color. And I'm just going to add to my handle here just a rough shape of a rectangle. And then I'm just going to fill it in. Here. I'm just coloring it in. You can fill it in or color in it and it's up to you. Now I'm gonna go ahead and draw the sides and my lantern. And I'm going to create a, another layer to do this. But first I'm going to go ahead and grab that blue color. I'm just grabbing out of history, but you can just grab your color palette. Then I'm going to press one more layer above my layer 1. And then I'm going to draw the sides of the lantern here. So I'm just doing a line straight out and then down. And then I'm going to connect this to the bottom of my lantern. So the shape looks just like this, connecting the top and the bottom of the lantern. Then I'm going to go ahead and swipe to duplicate on that layer. Again, I'm going to go up to this arrow here and then flip horizontally. And then I'm going to drag it to the other side, so it lines up. And then click the arrow to deselect. Now I'm going to do the flame and time the latter. I'm going to create another layer and then hold and then drag it all the way down to the bottom. And I'm going to start with the orange red color. And I'm just going to draw a flame shape. I just undid here and do it again. You can take your time doing exactly how you like it here. And I'm going to fill in this shape. Then I'm going to create another layer right above this one and then fill it in with a yellow flame of the same shape. And then I'm going to go back to the previous layer, grab the same color and the burnt tree brush. I'm going to turn the opacity all the way up. And then I'm just gonna go ahead and go around the outside to create this texture. Let's just give it some fun texture to the flame. Just going to take my time here and created exactly how I like it can play with the size to make it more pointed at the top. Now I'm going to go to the yellow plane and I'm going to grab the yellow color. And then again, I'm going to add in the same texture as well. Great. Now we're going to add texture on the rest of the lantern here. So I'm going to go up to where the top and the bottom are. I'm going to click Alpha Lock and I'm going to grab the darker green color and the bert tree brush. I'm going to turn the opacity down. And I'm just going to add a little bit of texture on the top and the bottom of this long-term. And there's our lantern complete. Let's move on to the next illustration. 11. Tree: Now I'm going to show you how to draw some fun and easy trees. So I'm going to start again with the same size canvas. I'm going to go ahead and select the dry ink brush. And then I'm going to grab the lighter green color. And then I'm going to start trying the basic shape of my tree. So I'm just drawing a basic shape here with four points on the right side. If you like, you could duplicate and reflect this just like we did with the lantern to make it totally even on both sides. But I'm gonna go ahead and draw on the other side because I think it's kinda fun and whimsical being a little bit uneven. And then I go ahead and fill in the shape. I'm going to create a point or the document tree. So I'm going to grab the eraser, make sure it's selected on the dry ink brush. And then I'm gonna go ahead and erase a little bit of the top of my tree to give it a nice point. Now I'm going to go ahead and create another layer and drag it underneath and grab the light brown. Now I'm going to start drawing the stump of this tree. So I'm going to draw a rectangle shape that's sort of pointed at the bottom. And then I'm going to fill that in. Now I'm just going to select the Eraser button again, and I'm just going to erase, so it's a nice sharp line at the bottom here. And then I'm going to add another layer and press clipping mask. So this is a clipping mask right above the stump layer. I'm going to hold my finger to select the white background color. I decided to add this to my palette since I didn't have white in there. So you just click it in there. And then I'm gonna go ahead and draw the same wood grain pattern. Again, you can take your time doing this. I'm just gonna do it really quick and simple here. Now I'm going to add some texture on the branches of my tree. So I'm gonna go back to the layer with the tree on it. I'm going to select the same green color that my tree is. And then I'm going to select the bird tree brush, turn the opacity all the way up, and then focusing on the bottom parts of the tree here, I'm just going to add in this texture. So I'm just focusing on the bottom parts of the branches of the trees here and trying this texture over top. This just gives a nice texture to the tree and kinda gives the appearance of some branches are some pine needles. And again, you're just gonna wanna make sure that your opacity on your brush is turned all the way up as you're doing this hurts. These pieces will be opaque. Now that I'm happy with that, I'm going to go ahead and click on it, press Alpha Lock, and I'm going to grab the darker green color. And then again with my burnt tree brush, I'm going to turn the opacity down and turn the size up a bit just so I can add some texture on my tree here. So again, since this is alpha lock, I'm just drawing within the shape that I created. Then I'm going to create one more layer for some extra little details. I grab the dry ink brush in black, and I'm just going to start drawing in some pine needle shapes. So I'm just going to do a line and then lines on either side to create this pine needle effect. This just gives her illustration of fun whimsical effect. Of course you can skip this step, or if you want to, you can draw other things on the top of your tree. I'm just going to go ahead and draw in three pine needles. And there's our finished tree. Let's move on to the next illustration. 12. Marshmallow: Okay, now I'm going to show you how to draw a marshmallow on a stick. Ting. Go ahead and start with the same size canvas. And we're going to select the darker brown color and the dry ink brush. I'm going to start by drawing the stick here. So I'm just going to start with a straight line. Again, I'm holding to create a perfectly straight line. And then I'm going to draw another one and connect them both at the top and the bottom. So I create this small little rectangle. I'm going to draw a small triangle shapes on each side as little shoots sort of coming off of the stickier. And then I'm going to fill the stick in. Now I'm going to create another layer and move on to making the marshmallow in a grab the black. And then I'm going to draw a marshmallow shape. So at the end of my stake here, I'm just going to draw two lines curved, curving towards each other. And then I'm going to connect those lines with another cribbing inwards line and it creates a little squishy marshmallow. Now I'm going to fill the inside of this marshmallow in with white. And then I'm just going to add some texture to the marshmallow. So it looks like it's gotten a little toasty. So I'm going to click on that layer and click Alpha Lock. And then I'm going to grab the light brown and the burnt tree. And I'm just going to add a little bit of texture on one side of the marshmallow. Now I'm just going to finish up by adding some more texture onto my stick. So I'm gonna go back to layer with a stick on it. Click to press on alpha lock and then select the lighter color of the brown. And then I'm just going to add some texture using the brink tree brush again. And there's our finished rationalistic. Let's move on to the next illustration. 13. Squirrel: Okay, so now let's go ahead and start drawing a squirrel. Again, I'm going to be using the exact same size canvas. Then I'm going to go to colors here and choose the darker brown color and the dry ink brush. And I'm going to start out by drawing the squirrels body. So I'm just going to dry shape that's a little bit thicker on the top than it is on the bond. Still rounded on all sides. And then I'm going to go ahead and draw some little legs and a foot here. So just two lines and then a round shape at the bottom, kinda jelly bean shaped. Just make sure that your shape is closed. And I'm going to go ahead and fill in the feet here. Now I'm gonna go ahead and draw the tail. I'm going to draw it really big here. Just a big curvy shape tail attaching to the back of those squirrel. And I'm going to fill this in as well. And this is all still on the same layers. I'm gonna go ahead and create a new layer and grab the lighter brown and start drawing the head. So for the head and going to draw a sort of flattened oval shape that's a little bit pointed at the front. And then fill that in. And then I'm going to attach his ears. So just two quick little ovals here and then fill those in as well. And now I'm going to create another layer and I'm going to add as little arms. So I'm just drawing some quick little arms here. They're just rectangular shaped with a point at the end. And now I'm going to create another layer. I'm going to drag it below the other layer and grab the dark brown. And I'm just gonna go ahead and draw an acorn shape. And I'm doing this. So it looks like he's holding the acorn. And since the layers behind it, it looks like the acorn is right behind his hand. So I'm going to grab the black now and just add a top to the acorn here. So I'm just going to fill in the blank here and then add a little point at the top for the top of my acorn. Then I'm going to create another layer. And I'm going to hold and drag that down to the bottom behind the body and grab the dark brown and just add in his other arm. So just behind the other arm. Just so it looks like he's holding the acorn with both arms here. Now I'm going to go and click on that utmost layer and add another layer on top. So on this layer I'm just going to draw his facial features. So just a simple little oval I, and a smile here. And what this girl's smile to be fully within the shape of the head. So I'm going to drag the layer right above the head layer and then click on it and press clipping mask so that that smile is contained fully in the head and not going over top of it. Then I'm going to go back to the layer with the body in it. I'm going to grab that same brown I was using and the burnt tree brush. And I'm going to start adding some texture to the tail. Again, make sure that the opacity is turned all the way up for this part. And I'm just gonna go ahead and go around the whole tail creating this little fuzzy outline. This is just another way I like using this brush to create the fuzzy textures. As you can see, we've sort of used it throughout all of the illustrations, using the same colors and the same brush in all your illustrations like we're doing in this class, is a great way to create a nice cohesive set of illustrations. So I'm happy with that tail. So now I'm gonna go ahead and go to his head. I'm going to grab the same light brown color and again, add the detail around his ears. Just giving him a little bit of fuzziness on the top of his head and around his ears here. And I'm going to do the same thing with his body. So I'm going to click into the body layer and just add it. I'm just deciding to add it right here on the back. You can play around and add the fuzziness wherever you like, if it's all over the body or just specific parts like I'm doing here. I'm just going to add a little bit to his feet as well. So now I'm happy with that. I'm going to start adding some textures. I'm going to click on the same layer, press alpha lock. I'm going to grab the lighter brown, still using the burnt tree brush here. But I'm just going to turn the opacity down. And I turn the brush size up a little bit here. And I'm just going to start drawing on the body here, adding a little bit of texture. I think that works better when your brush is turned up a little higher in the size. So a little bit higher and the size, and then opacity, I turn it down when doing this texture. So focusing mainly on the front of his body and the front of his tail. I'm going to go to his head and turn on Alpha lock as well. I'm going to grab the opposite brown that I used and then add a little bit of texture here as well. The kind of on the back of his head. As you can see, I'm sort of way you being the light parts on the front of his head and body. I'm going to go to his arm and I'm going to do the same thing. I'm just going to add the darker brown texture to the back of his arm here just so it blends in with his body a bit better. Then I'm going to create another layer and grab the black and the dry ink brush just so I can draw him on some little cloth thinkers. So I'm just doing a three black lines here for his fingers. And then I'm going to add some more texture to this acorn. So I'm gonna go ahead and select the acorn and press Alpha Lock and grab the opposite color brown, and go back to the bird tree brush and just add in a little bit of texture here on the acorn, that is our finished squirrel. So let's go ahead and move on to the next illustration. 14. Cup: Okay, now let's go ahead and draw a really easy and to bulk up. I'm just going to go ahead and start with the same size canvas with the dark blue and the dry ink brush. I'm going to start by drawing a straight line. Then I'm going to go ahead and draw another straight line. And then I'm going to connect those at the bottom with a curved line. Again, holding down the line in procreate gives you a nice smooth aligned, either straight or curved. Now we're gonna go ahead and connect it at the top. And I'm gonna go ahead and connect it with a straight line. I'm going to make sure that my shape is fully closed here. Now I'm going to make my brush bigger and I'm going to add a little lip to the top of my cup. So again, drawing a straight line and then holding. And then I'm gonna go ahead and fill this shape in. And I'm going to start drawing on the handle. So I'm going to draw a curve and again I'm holding two. So that procreate makes a nice smooth curve. You're going to do the same thing right beside it and then fill that shape in. So now we have this cup shape all on one layer. And now I'm just gonna go ahead and click on it and press alpha lock. And then I'm going to grab the darker green color. I'm going to turn down my opacity and I'm going to make sure that I am on the bert tree brush here. And I'm gonna go ahead and draw some texture on this camping monk. And when you're done with this step, your mug is complete. So let's go ahead and move on to the last illustration. 15. Flashlight: Okay, so for our last illustration, I'm going to draw a flashlight. Again. I'm starting with the same size canvas. I'm going to start with the dark blue color and the dry ink brush. I'm going to start by drawing a line. I'm going to make sure that my opacity is turned all the way up here as it was turned down. So I'm going to draw a straight line and I'm going to hold. And then I'm going to draw another line perpendicular to that one. Then I'm going to connect these lines at the bottom with a slightly curved line. And then at the top I'm going to draw the top of the flashlight. So I'm just going to draw two curved lines that kinda lean a bit outwards. And then I'm going to connect those together with a straight line. I'm just clicking Edit shape here and just moving around this line to get it exactly where I would like it. And then I'm going to click away when I'm happy with that, and I'm going to fill in this shape. Now I'm going to add some details onto my flashlight. So I'm going to create a new layer. I'm going to click on it and press clipping mask. Then I'm going to grab the yellow color and I'm going to draw a line right at the edge of the front of the flashlight and then fill that in. Again using the clipping masks allow us to draw within this shape. I'm going to grab the orange and I'm going to add another line below the head. Now I'm going to grab the white. And then I'm going to add a couple of more lines. One sort of in the center of lift flashlight. And going to lower the size of my brush. And then I'm going to add some more lines connecting this line to the edge of the flashlight just to give it some little grooves at the bottom of the flashlight, like where you would hold onto. And then I'm going to draw a little switch. So I'm just going to draw a rectangle. And then a line rate in the middle. Then I'm going to go back to my previous layer and press Alpha Lock and just grab the darker green color and my burnt tree brush. And just add a little bit of texture to the flashlight. And again, since we used a clipping mask, it's not going to affect all the details that are above it. Now let's move on to the next step. 16. Exporting and collaging: So now that our illustrations are all done, I'm going to go ahead and show you how to export them individually. So you're going to go into each image and then you're going to go to the layers and unclick the background color. So this gives you a transparent background. Then go to the Wrench icon, click Share, and you're going to save it as a PNG file. So this will pop up and just say Save image, and it'll be saved to your camera roll. And then just go ahead and do that with all of your images. I'm gonna do the same thing. I'm going to unclick the background color. And then I'm going to export this as a PNG and save it to my iPad. It's important to save it as a PNG because it saves it with a transparent background when you use PNG. And we want to collage these together. So go ahead and do it with every single illustration. Now that I've done that, so all of the illustrations, I'm just going to show you real quick that you can go to your iPad and go into photos. And they will all be saved in here in your photos. Now I'm gonna go back into Procreate, and I'm going to create a canvas so I can collage them altogether. I'm going to be using the same science Canvas as I was using, going to insert my images to create the collage. So I'm going to go to Add and insert a photo. And then I'm going to insert them one-by-one and resize them to my liking. You can resize by moving the corner of this little square. So we place the 10 to my liking. So now I'm gonna go ahead and insert the bear next. So now I just add this image in again, and I'm just resizing a year. As you're inserting these images, you can kind of think of proportionately. You want maybe the tent and the bear to be bigger. And then we can have the flashlight and the cup smaller things like that. But this is a pretty whimsical illustration, so I'm definitely not sticking to exact proportions. So now we're going to take my time and insert all of my illustrations and play around how I'd like them set up in my collage. All of these illustrations when added, will be put on separate layers. So you can always go back to the other layers and resize them and move them accordingly. If you would like to turn or rotate any of your illustrations, you can just use the bottom row here to change your illustrations. I just wanted to flip this flashlight, so I just click flip horizontally so I can change the direction of it. And here I'm just going back to the previous layers and moving things around till I get them exactly where I like them. I decided to add a quick and easy moon right above this owl. So I'll show you how I did that. I'm just gonna go ahead and create a new layer and grab the yellow color. And then I'm going to grab the dry ink brush and I'm going to draw a circle. I'm going to hold it with my finger to create a perfect circle. And then I'm going to fill it in. And then I'm going to create this like a half moon. So I'm going to grab the eraser and I'm going to draw another circle, sort of inside this circle. And then I'm going to hold again to create a perfect circle. I'm just going to go ahead and adjust the circle a bit here. And then I'm going to just zoom in and erase this part of the circle to create the moon shape. Now I'm going to go back to the burnt tree brush and I'm going to make sure I'm selected on the yellow and I'm just going to color in the edge of the inside of the moon here just to create this little texture. And just making sure again, I'm on folk capacity as I do this, and that's our little moon. I decided to rotate my moon a little bit by grabbing the center axis and then tilting it. And now in the next illustration, I'm going to show you guys how to add some little final finishing details to your illustration. 17. Adding detail and exporting final image: So now we're going to add some detail to our illustration. So I'm going to create a new layer here. And I'm going to start by grabbing the green and the dry ink brush. And I'm going to start off by drawing some pine leaves. So I'm just gonna go to section that looks a little empty and draw in some beliefs. These are really simple to draw. All you have to do is draw a fit of a curved line and then some lines coming out from that line. And I'm just going to continue doing this. And we're going to keep adding in a couple of these pine leaves all around my illustration. I find adding little details like this to an illustration. Just really pulls it all together. And I'm adding elements that you would again find on a capture him. So I'm going to be adding some leaves and some mushrooms and then a couple of stars. So now I'm going to go ahead and grab the yellow and add in the stars. So I'm just drawing a basic star-shaped and if you hold, it gives you a little bit of a straighter shape. So I'm going to continue adding the stars and focusing those mainly on the top part of the illustration. So now I'm gonna go ahead and add some mushrooms. So I'm going to grab the black. And I'm going to start on the stem of the mushroom. So I'm just going to draw a rounded shape with no top. And then I'm going to grab the orange color and then I'm going to draw the top of the mushroom, just a straight line and then a curve not blind to connect it. And then I'm going to fill it in. And that's a little mushroom. And again, I'm going to go around and add some more mushrooms to my illustration. I've decided to add all these elements on one layer. If you're worried about maybe moving them around separately, you can always do them all on separate layers. But I thought that this would be pretty quick and easy details to add. So I wasn't too worried about moving them around. So I'm just doing it all on one layer. So I'm just going to continue adding a couple of more mushrooms to this illustration. And up next we're just going to be adding a little bit of texture to these little details just to make them pop even more. So now I'm going to go back to the layers, click on the layer and press alpha lock. I'm going to grab the yellow color and the bird tree brush and just add a little bit of texture to my mushrooms. So I'm turning down opacity and just turning up my brush size a little bit while I'm doing this and just adding a little bit of detail to the tops of the mushrooms. At this point, I also thought it'd be fun to add some acorns. Since I drew the squirrel carrying an acorn, I thought it would really be fun to tie together. So I'm gonna start with the dark brown color and then I'm going to turn off alpha lock on that layer just so it can continue adding details on this layer. I'm gonna make sure that I'm on the dry ink brush here. And then I'm going to draw an acorn shape. It's kinda like a triangle except the sides are a little bit more curved. Then I'm going to grab the black and draw the top of the acorn. And the top is just going to be like a oval-shaped. And then a part sticking out right at the top. I decided to resize as a corn a bit smaller. So I'm going to go ahead and click the S here at the top. I'm going to draw a circle around it. And then I'm going to go to the arrow and then I'm just going to resize it this way. So now it's around the same size as the one in the squirrels hand, which is what I was going for it just so they look all kind of the same size. Now I'm going to go through and add a few more acorns to this illustration. Again, I'm trying to fill up some of the empty space in my illustration. So I chose us little empty space here, and I'm going to add another acorn. Since I didn't want all my acorns facing the exact same way. I decided to tilt this one a bit. So I'm gonna do that by using the aes again, drawing around it, grabbing the arrow and resize it slightly. And then I used the green bar to change his direction. So now I'm pretty happy with that and I'm going to go in and click on the layer and press Alpha Lock again. I'm just doing this to add some more texture to my acorns. So I'm grabbing the lighter color of the brown and just adding a little bit of the texture on the top of the acorn. And that's our finished illustration. We are almost done, but we still have to export this illustration. So you just have to go ahead and click on the wrench icon and share. And again, share as a PNG. You can save the image to your iPad. And then again, if you go to your photos, it should be saved there. So next we'll go over the class project. 18. Class project: Now let's go over the class project. So for the project, you're going to share your illustration to the project gallery in a PNG format, following my tutorial, it can be a single illustrations, a couple of illustrations, or a full collage. You can follow along with me and do the camping theme. Or you can create your own theme and just follow along using my methods. And don't be shy. Go ahead and share your creations to the project gallery. I absolutely love seeing all the creative things that you guys come up with and I'll be commenting on every single one. 19. Thank you: Thank you so much for taking my class. I hope you guys enjoyed it. Make sure that you go ahead and share your illustrations with me because I absolutely love seeing what you guys come up with. I'll see you guys next time. Happy drawing.