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Lettering in Procreate: Create Your Own Chalkboard Cocktail Menu

teacher avatar Claire Makes Things, Illustrator | Lettering Artist

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Lessons in This Class

10 Lessons (50m)
    • 1. Class Trailer

      2:32
    • 2. Class Project

      2:11
    • 3. Getting Started

      4:13
    • 4. Using Inspiration

      3:25
    • 5. Planning Your Menu

      6:25
    • 6. Adding Letters: Fonts

      10:41
    • 7. Adding Letters: Lettering

      4:32
    • 8. Adding Illustrations

      10:34
    • 9. Finishing Touches

      4:07
    • 10. Thank you!

      1:12
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About This Class

Have you always wanted to know how to create a digital chalkboard? Do you want to easily combine lettering with illustration? I can help you out! In this class you’ll learn how to create a chalkboard cocktail menu, from start to finish, in Procreate.

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Join me as I walk you through the process of creating your own, unique chalkboard menu design. You’ll get tips and tricks to improve your workflow in Procreate, actionable steps for creating your composition and a set of resources to help you on your way.

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Drawing a menu design is a great way to communicate your text in a playful way and practice your drawing skills like composition, lettering and illustration. I’ll show you every step of my design process, from gathering inspiration and designing a layout, to choosing the right illustrations and picking fonts.

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Who is the class for?
This class is appropriate for aspiring and experienced artists alike. Students with no prior experience can follow along, as well as illustrators/designers who want to add another tool to their skillset.

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What you’ll make
We’ll be making a menu design, but the actionable steps I’ll give you in this class will be useful for loads of other types of projects. After completing this class, you will have a finished digital chalkboard design and a better understanding of tools to create perfect menu designs that will feel natural and look amazing for every project and style.

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What you’ll need
All you need to take this class is an iPad, an Apple Pencil and Procreate. But don’t worry, you can easily follow along in your medium of choice. If you're working with different tools, the tips and techniques will still apply to the project we’re developing. The resources I provide can be printed and used anyway you like.

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What you’ll learn
Lessons Include:

  • A warmup to learn about compositions
  • How to combine letters with illustrations in a cohesive design
  • Techniques for giving your design a chalkboard look
  • Tips for improving your composition and make your design more attractive
  • A quick solution for creating unique letters
  • Techniques you can apply to future projects!

You can get the class downloads and resources here. (The password is shown at the beginning of the class)

You can also find me here: Website, Instagram

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Claire Makes Things

Illustrator | Lettering Artist

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Hi, I'm Claire and I make things! I love sharing techniques, resources and tips with other creatives and aspiring creators. 

I've been painting and drawing since I was little and I haven't stopped creating since. Now, I work from my little studio in Madrid, Spain on illustration, lettering and mural projects. Things I can't get enough of: Cocktails, food and puns! 

‘I’m not that creative, I can’t make this!’ is what I hear sometimes, which I believe is absolute nonsense.
With a bit of help and clear instructions, you can learn new skills and surprise yourself!

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1. Class Trailer: Hi, my name is Claire. I'm a lettering artist and illustrator in Madrid, Spain. Some things I like to make include lettering designs, chalkboard menus, and cocktail recipes. I work both by hand and with the iPad. For the last three years, I've worked on a variety of projects, including a live lettering events in an art museum, a series of handlettered menu designs for cafes and bakery chains, and cocktail designs for restaurants, bars, and international businesses. I'll show you my techniques for making a chalkboard menu design in Procreate. Throughout this process, I'll show you how to gather inspiration, pick the right fonts, and make sure that your design has a chalkboard feel. You'll then use these skills to create your own chalkboard cocktail menu. It can be challenging to put a lot of texts together in a composition, so by the end of the class, you'll have a better understanding of how to use lettering and illustration in a composition. I use this process to create digital menu designs for my clients and to make proposals that I will later paint on a chalkboard or a mural design. You will learn and develop a range of skills in this class, including workflow tips in Procreate, and how to use texts and illustration to create better compositions. You get a set of templates and brushes that I'll show you how to use and I'll also show you how to use fonts in Procreate as a tool for your own hand lettering. So even if you've never tried lettering before, you can still create a beautiful menu designs. In this class, we'll create a chalkboard cocktail menu that you can upload to the project gallery. However, feel free to also share your inspiration and sketches. This class is for anyone trying to develop their lettering and illustration skills and get a better understanding of how to use Procreate. All you need to take this class is an iPad and Apple Pencil and Procreate. So let's get started. 2. Class Project: For your class project, I would like you to create a chalkboard cocktail menu with some of your favorite drinks. However, if you want to create a different type of chalkboard menu, for example, one with your favorite dishes. Feel free to do that instead. You can easily create your project while following the class, because I'll explain step-by-step how to build up your menu design. I encourage you to play with ideas and develop your own style. However, if you need any help, feel free to copy anything that I'm doing. Designing a menu is a great way to learn how to use lettering and illustration in a composition. You can use the skills that you learn in this class into future projects that require you to make any kind of composition. When you make the project, don't forget to upload it to the project gallery. And if you like, share it on social media, feel free to share your process as well. This can include a moodboard and sketches that you made on the way. If you only manage to make a few sketches and not a final result, that's totally fine. Still upload it because I would love to see it. The only thing you need to take this class is an iPad and Apple Pencil and procreate. However, you are more than welcome to use your own techniques. This could be pen and paper or maybe a chalkboard and chalk. You don't need any specific drawing skills to take this class, but a bit of experience in Procreate would be helpful. The first thing you need to do is click on the link in the project description to see the resources that you need to take this class. This includes a set of brushes, my Pinterest board with inspiration, and an explanation about compositions. You see the password to access the page on the screen right now. 3. Getting Started: The first thing that'll do is download the resources and we're going to import them into Procreate. I'm going to show you how to create a canvas and how to start using the chalk brushes. So the first thing that we'll download is the brush set. So click on that and download. This is actually a zip file, so we'll open that. And you'll see the folder. So on the left side you'll see this is actually the brushes but as a template. So if you're not working on the iPad or you want to practice by hand, you can actually print these. But for now we're just going to open the brush set and import those into Procreate. And it'll take you to wherever you were before. So now we're in Procreate and we're going to create our canvas. So click on the plus sign and plus again. And we want to make sure that our file size is big enough. And if you would like to print your chalkboard eventually, then we need to make sure that the size is sufficient. So I would usually go for 3,500 pixels minimum, and then by 5000 more or less. And we also need to make sure that if we want to print it, we are using the CMYK color profile so that we have the correct colors. If you just want to use a digital file, then RGB is fine. But I'm going to select CMYK. And now we're done. So now that we have our canvas, you can see in the brushes our set with all the brushes there. The first three are actually template brushes and I'll show you how to use these later. And then another sketch brush and a chalk brush and two texture ones. And we're going to use these soon. So the first thing that we'll do is change our background color to black. And now we want to create a kind of chalkboard background for this, and we'll use a texture brush for that. So select the biggest texture brush and we'll use white. And on our first layer, turn the opacity down a bit. We're just going to fill our canvas with this texture. And this is going to look very white now, but we're going to turn that down in a second. So just fill your whole canvas. So now we can use the eraser to tone this down a bit and always use the same texture brush or chalk brush for this so that you maintain a bit of that texture as well. And if you can't find your same brush right away, you can just hold your pencil for a second on the eraser icon and you'll see a message saying erase with current brush. So you can quickly select the same brush that you were painting with. All right, so now our background is ready. And the last thing that we'll do here is turn on drawing guide. I find that quite useful when making compositions. So we're going to turn that on and turn it to white and make it a bit bigger as well. And that's it. So before we move on to the next lesson, make sure that you download the brushes. You create your canvas and your chalkboard background, and turn on the Drawing Guide as well if you want to. 4. Using Inspiration: Next we're going to have a look at the Pinterest board and pick our inspiration from there. And I'm also going to show you a simple trick on how to get started on your composition. I really like to take inspiration from old advertisements, packaging, for example. I've added all types of things, not just menus as you can see. And I've added some elements for your cocktail menu that you can use as inspiration. But I would like to focus specifically here as well on composition. That's why I've added these advertisements, for example, because they usually have quite interesting compositions. Because basically menus can have a lot of text on them and it can get quite overwhelming. So for now, we want to get rid of most of that text and just focus on a couple of elements and how they're build up in a page. So I'm actually going to pick one image as an example, this advertisement. So I would actually like to show you how this image is actually made up of blocks. So when you look at this image, it's basically divided into separate blocks to make it easy to read and to understand for the viewer. So we start with the title, subtitle, and then we have our separate elements that have titles and body text with illustrations. And you can see that's kind of part of one cohesive item and it's easier to guide our eye to the right text and illustration that way. In the PDF, I explain a little bit more about how you can basically start with an image and use this as a reference, create these blocks and then use that in your own composition. So at this point, think about what kind of menu you would like to create. I'm going to create a cocktail menu, but feel free to pick anything else. And also have a think about what kind of items you would like to see on your menu. I would suggest picking anywhere between 1 to 5 items. Don't pick more than that because it's going to be quite complicated and ideally we'd like to add some illustrations as well. So keep in mind that we need some space for that. So now I'm going to pick one image that I'm going to base my composition on. And I quite like this one. I like how this is divided in three elements, I'd like to pick three elements as well, and add illustrations on the side. So I would suggest to use one image as a reference or create a mood board with several elements if you like. So before we move on to the next lesson, pick a theme for your menu and pick one reference image or a mood board, if you like. And have in mind what kind of items you would like to add to your menu. 5. Planning Your Menu: Now that we have an idea for our composition, we're going to create blocks onto our canvas. And we're going to select the text for our menu design. So now we're in Procreate and we're going to put our reference image from Pinterest next to our Procreate file, so we can use that as a reference. So I'm going to swipe up and swipe Pinterest and put it next to our Procreate file. I'm putting it on the right side because I'm left-handed, but feel free to put it on the other side of course. I'm making it a bit smaller. So now we want to use that image as a reference and create blocks in our own canvas that's going to be the guide for our composition. So we're going to create a new layer and then go to Layer Options and turn on Drawing Assist. What this will do is we'll be able to only draw lines based on our drawing guide underneath. So for us this is going to be straight lines, which is perfect to be able to create our blocks. And then I want to use a contrasting color because later on we'll use white. So our guide needs to be visible underneath that. So I'm going to use this light blue, turquoise color and number are ready to start drawing our blocks. So we're going to start with our title does not part of her image, but we're going to put that on top. That's going to be the title of our menu. And then we're going to start on the blocks of our three separate elements. So that's the first one. And in the first block the illustration goes on the right side. So that's that separate piece. And then our title. And the illustration has like a short recipe, but I don't want to add that, I'd prefer maybe adding a short description maybe, so we'll leave some space for that underneath the title. And then the second element. And then the illustration with this one is on the left side. And our title. And then the third item, I'm actually going to go a bit smaller with this one because I like to add an extra element at the bottom right corner. And I'll show you some options for that later. But for now, we're just going to leave that there. And then the illustration on the right side of it, smaller maybe and a title. So at this point, if you want to move stuff around, just use the selection tool, rectangle and move stuff around if you want to make it smaller or bigger and put it in the frame however you want to, because this is just going to be a guide for ourselves. So now we're going to think about the text that we want to add and make notes in our guide. So at this point we don't need Pinterest anymore, so you can swipe it to the right. And for this layer, make sure to turn off drawing assist at this point and select another contrasting color so our notes will be visible. I'm going to pick a bright orange. So we'll add our items separately here, and we're going to start with the title. So this could be something like bar menu, for example, or signature cocktails as a cocktail menu, if you want to do something more personal, maybe you could add your own name. And then I just picked a couple of my favorite cocktails. And those are going to be my items. And the descriptions, they're not actually a recipe, but they're kind of showing what the drink is. So with vodka, with cranberry juice, with bourbon. So just a small description there, just to kind of pique people's interests there. So now we're going to have a look at the illustrations that we would like to add. If you don't know exactly yet, what you want to do, don't worry, you can make some notes here. Maybe get an idea of what you'd like to add. For a cocktail menu, it's really nice to add some glasses. So a margarita glass looks kind of like this, this kind of shape with a bit of some garnishes maybe, we can look at that later and I'll give you some options. And then this one will be something like a tropical glass, kind of like that. And then the last one is an old fashioned and an old fashioned glass, kind of looks like that. And then at this last part, I don't know what I want to add here yet, but we have some space to maybe put something like happy hour. And I'll show you options for that later as well. So leave a question mark, we'll see what we do there. So now that we have all our notes, we are ready to move on to the next stage to add text. So before we move on, make sure that you created the blocks for your composition and make notes for yourself where the text and menu items are going to go. And feel free to upload this to the project gallery as well at this stage. 6. Adding Letters: Fonts: Next, we're going to have a look at adding fonts to our menu design. Before I show you how to use fonts in Procreate, I want to give you a quick overview of the fonts that we can use. Changing the font can alter the look and feel of a design, so we can use this to our advantage. So, fonts are divided into several categories. The first font is a sans-serif font, and this is really neutral, it's really modern and clear. This is really easy to combine with other letters that are much more expressive and versatile. And it also works really well in a long body of text because it's really easy to read. The next one is a serif font. And this one, you can recognize by the little tails at the ends of the letters. And this one is a bit more traditional. It can be quite elegant as well, but still really legible. So this works both in a long body of text or as a title. And then you have the script, and this one is based on handwriting, and it can range from something really elegant to really playful and casual, personal. This doesn't really work well in a body of text, but it's great as a title and it puts a lot of emphasis on that title. And everything else is decorative fonts. These don't really fit into any other category, they have a lot of personality. Again, really good for titles, really expressive, and they can really set the mood for a menu. So when you use this, make sure to not overwhelm the viewer. So if you combine this with another subtitle or a body, change that, make that a bit more simple. So keep these styles in mind when you're thinking of your titles and your subtitles and how they work together, they can really set the tone for your menu. Either way, when you're picking your fonts, keep in mind, that your text should always come first. So it should be legible and there should be a contrast between different types, and there should always be a balance. So we're going to start with just choosing two different fonts that we'll combine. So now we're ready to add our text, so go to the wrench tool, add, and then add text. So the first thing you do is, with the keypad, fill in the text. And we're going to start with the title, bar menu. And now we can edit our texts and see all the options that we have. So if you double-tap on the word or your whole text, you'll immediately make these changes. So let's have a look at the font options. I'm going to pick a sans-serif font for my title because I want to keep it quite neutral and add some more personality in the other fonts later. So now you have a couple of options here, like text alignment, you can put your text on all caps and change the size, and you can play around with the kerning and tracking of your text. With the tracking, you can adjust the same space between all the characters and the kerning adjusts only the spacing between individual characters. So you can either select a word or your whole texts or only two letters, for example and adjust the spacing. And put that in your box. Now, we're going to add our menu items. So for that, fill in the text first. And I'm going to tap on the word, select everything. And I would like to pick a script font for this because I'd really like this to be the focus. So now again, we can adjust the size. And because it is quite a long title, I'm thinking to put it on two lines actually to break it up a bit and not spread it across the whole canvas. And because you have two lines here, you can play around with the leading and this will change the space between the lines and you can also have a look at the baseline, which will change where the text in your box is. Because I want the exact same style in the other menu items, I am just going to duplicate that layer, put them into the right place and change the text afterwards. And now we have our menu items, we can have a look at making small adjustments to our script font with kerning and tracking, to see if we can actually connect those letters, make them seem a bit more natural because this is based on handwriting so we wanted to kind of connect a little bit. Because the descriptions are going to look different, I'm just going to add text again and change the font of this. And I'm actually going to use the same font as the title, just to connect the two a bit. And again, to keep this more neutral and put the focus on the title instead. I am going to change the first word though just to make it a bit more interesting. And I want that style to be the same in all descriptions so I'm just going to duplicate it again, put it in the right place and change the text. Now that we have all our text, I would like it to be a little bit more organized in my layers. So I'm going to swipe right on all my text and then click on Group. So now it will be much easier to hide our layer and see where we want to place things and see how it looks without the guide as well so hide that layer and have a look, make small adjustments here. So now we have all of our text and I would like to show you how to give this a bit more of a chalkboard feel, add some texture to this. For that, we want to rasterize our text, because we cannot make changes to it if it's in a text layer. So duplicate your group, we'll keep that other group as a backup if you want to change your text and then merge all of your layers together. And this way you'll rasterize your layer. So we're going to use the texture brush, either the small or the big one, see whatever works for you and we're going to erase on top of our layer. So this way we're adding a little bit of texture and it'll blend in quite nicely with the background as well. So now we have all of our text. The next lesson is actually optional, and I want to show you just a couple more ways you can add some personal touches to this and use lettering. If you're happy with this, skip the next lesson, and move straight onto adding illustrations. So make sure you add all your titles, your subtitles, description, everything that's on your menu. And make sure to create a backup group and add some texture to your letters. 7. Adding Letters: Lettering: If you want to make your text a little more personal and interesting, I'm going to show you another option here. So we're going to incorporate the chalk brushes and use lettering for this. We're going to use the medium chalk brush for this. And as you can see, especially if you change the size, you can see there's a lot of texture in there. So let me show you how to trace your fonts. First thing that we'll do is turn down the opacity of our fonts layer because we're going to use this as a guide. And then on a new layer with our chalk brush, we're going to trace our letters. So just follow the lines of the letters. And if you want to, you can make some small changes here. Maybe add some curves, add some flourishes. Especially with a script font, There's a lot of small adjustments you can make here. Another thing you can do with a script font is actually connect the letters properly. With a font it's not always that efficient, it doesn't work. But the advantage of drawing your letters this way is that you can add these personal touches to it and make it your own. So make sure every now and then to hide your font layer and have a look at your text and see if you're happy with this. This might take a couple of tries. You could try a couple of different versions and see which ones you like best. And even if you don't really know yet what to add here, if you are just following the text and turn off the font layer, you'll see how much of a difference that makes, it's going to really have those personal touches. And this is the final result. So let me just quickly recap what your options for text are. In the previous lesson, we saw that you can use fonts in Procreate to effectively put all your texts in your menu. If you want to add personal touches, you can trace your font. And if you want to take that a step even further, I'm going to give you a third option, which includes lettering. So if you go to the brush set and select the first lettering brush, you'll see the whole alphabet basically. And if you want to practice a bit of your hand lettering, then just use a sketch brush or chalk brush and just trace these letters. That way you really get a feel of the letters. And just practicing like this, tracing on top, is a really good way to get familiar with letters. So if you want to, you can actually use these as caps for your menu items, for example. And if you want, you can use this and make your whole menu from scratch by just lettering. So I gave you a whole bunch of options. Experiment, practice, see which one feels most comfortable for you, and pick one to create your whole menu with. So in the next lesson we're going to have a look at illustration, so make sure that all your text is done and in the right place. 8. Adding Illustrations: Now that our text is in place, we're going to add some other elements like illustrations. I'm going to show you how to add these with the brushes that we have. So now we're going to add our illustrations in the empty blocks in our guide. So we'll create a new layer for this and I'm going to show you one of the template brushes that we can use for this. This is the food and drinks brush. So as you can see, there are tons of glasses that you can use for different types of cocktails and if you're doing a different type of menu, there's a couple of other things I've added some food and drinks there as well. So we're going to select the glasses that we want to put in our menu, we're going to cut and paste them into our guides, and then we're going to trace them with a chalk brush afterwards. The first glass that I'm going to pick is a margarita glass and we're going to use the selection tool and then free hand to select our glass. And now to put this in a new layer, use three fingers and swipe down and then you can either cut and paste or duplicate to get our glass into a new layer. And we're going to select our second glass. Again, three fingers down, cut and paste. And then the third glass is an old fashioned glass. So now we don't need that layer anymore and we're going to have to blow these glasses up a bit. So let's turn our guide back on and place the glasses inside the boxes so we can see where everything goes. And let's see what the design looks like without the guides and see if we need to make any changes. The drinks may feel a little out of place so we can play around with that. Okay, so now we can also add our last element. So I'll just turn everything off. And I'm going to show you the last template brush that we can use for this. Here you can see there's a couple of elements you can use for a cocktail design. This can even be a title. I want to add this extra element like a happy hour type of thing so I'm going to select that and cut and paste it onto a new layer. And now we don't need that brush anymore. So I'm going to put that in the corner and see how it looks with the rest of the design. So now that we've added everything, we can merge all of these items. And before we go any further, with tracing the illustrations have a look at your composition, review and make any changes by selecting and moving stuff around. A good way to not look at the text so much and really think about the space instead, is we go to canvas and flip horizontally. This way you're much more focused on the actual space and the empty space between all of our elements. So at this stage, make any adjustments that you need to before you start with any tracing. So now we're going to trace our illustrations. So create a new layer and the template brush underneath, you can turn down the opacity if it makes it easier to draw on top. And we're going to select our chalk brush and make sure that you select a similar size to what you use for the text so that you have a cohesive line. And feel free at this stage to also put your own unique spin on the illustrations so while you're tracing, you could maybe add your own unique garnishes and make sure that the illustrations actually match your item on the menu. So if you want to create a perfect oval at the top of this glass, you can use quick shape for this. So just draw the oval and then hold your pencil for a second and there you go you have your quick shape. You can edit the shape and then change the size and width of your shape. So because most of our work consists of just lines, it would be nice to actually create a bit of contrast and add some texture into our glasses. So we're going to use the selection tool and in our layer, we're just going to select the liquid, the drink basically, in the glass. And then we select our small texture brush and now we're just drawing inside our selected area. We're gonna do the same thing with this glass but this time I want to exclude those ice cubes. So just going to select our drink again and then click Remove, and then select those ice cubes. Remove again for the next one. And use the texture brush again. We're going to do exactly the same with our last glass as well. So now we have all our illustrations and the last thing that we're going to trace is our last element at the bottom. And for this, I would like to actually use some color, because it is a chalkboard, so most things are in white, but we can add some color here. And color can be really functional. We can use that to attract attention to one part of our menu. So I'm going to pick this yellow. Yellow really stands out on black so that's a really contrasting, interesting color to use. And we're just going to trace our element on our illustration layer. For that top part, just to make a straight line, hold your pencil and you can make a straight line that way. And I'm going to use white for the text inside. So now we don't need our template layer anymore, so you can throw that away if you're happy. And now we have most of our elements. So before we move forward, make sure that you select items from the template brushes and review your composition at that stage, think about where everything's going to go, make final changes, and then trace your illustrations and your last elements and add some color at this stage if you want. So meet me in the next lesson when we're going to finish up our design. 9. Finishing Touches: Now that our design is almost ready, we're going to add a few small elements and we're going to add some color as well. So in the last lesson, we already added some color to our happy hour element in the corner and I would like to actually use a bit more color, maybe closer to the title, maybe a line underneath just so we can add a bit more emphasis on that and kind of guide the viewer's eye to that. So I'm going to select that yellow again and use the chalk brush and maybe put like a wavy line or something underneath. And I'm going to do this by hand just to give it this really hand illustrated feel. And this is probably going to take a few tries. So for the next thing that we're going to do, let's create a new layer and turn on Drawing Assist again. Because we're going to look at creating a border around our menu to tie everything together. So we're just going to use Drawing Assist to create those straight lines. You can also add a different type of line here maybe some waves, some spirals, some dots, whatever you prefer, whatever the style of your menu is. And I'm just adding these dots at the corners. Just add a bit more, to add something a bit more interesting. So the last thing we'll do is turn off Drawing Assist because we don't need that anymore. And we're going to add a few more, smaller elements to be able to tie the illustrations a bit more to the text and make it a bit more cohesive. So turn off the Drawing Guide as well we don't need that anymore. And so these little elements can be like, circles or little stars or something that kind of gives you a bit more of that elegant cocktail feel. To the glasses in the template brush I also added a couple of these really small details to give you some ideas here. So we're just filling up a bit of that empty space and making sure that everything kind of comes together at this point. So it looks like we are finished with our design. So I hope you can use all the techniques and tips that I gave you for your own project. And don't forget that in Procreate, you have loads of options to share your work. And there's even an option to share a time-lapse. So you can see a video of your work. If you use the same settings as I did when creating the canvas in the beginning, then you even have the possibility to actually print your work. Don't forget to share everything that you've made in the project gallery. Good luck! 10. Thank you! : Congratulations on finishing this class and learning some new skills on the way. Make sure to upload your project in the project gallery and feel free to share it on social media as well. Make sure to mention or tag me so I see what you've made. If you have any questions at all or if you get stuck somewhere, let me know in the discussion board and I'll do my best to help you out. I really hope you enjoyed this class. If there's one thing that you've learned, I hope it's that it's easy to make interesting compositions. This is a skill that will come in handy in a lot of future projects. Don't forget to leave me a review because I would love to hear your feedback and follow me on Skillshare so you'll get a notification when I release a new class. If there's anything in particular that you would like me to elaborate on from this class, please let me know. So hopefully see you in another class, goodbye!