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Procreate for Digital Illustration: Magic glowing potion bottle Super easy

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10 Lessons (2m)
    • 1. Welcome to the course

    • 2. Canvas size and number of layers

    • 3. Color palette

    • 4. Drawing the magic potion bottle

    • 5. Green liquid

    • 6. Bottle highlights

    • 7. More bottle highlights

    • 8. Bottle finishing highlights

    • 9. Wooden cork

    • 10. Combining two artworks

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About This Class

In this class you will learn how to illustrate a magic potion bottle in Procreate. You will be using the iPad and apple pencil. In this class you will learn key concepts in drawing, lighting placement, and using colors.

You won’t have to worry about coloring outside the lines or cleaning up any outside-the-lines coloring. And you’ll be able to make changes later without having to redo half your drawing. As well as how to use the app Procreate and apple pencil to create this illustration. You’ll also find out how to adjust opacity, transparency, and value, which is super important when you start getting into inking, shading, and highlighting your drawings.

Procreate is a highly sophisticated, yet amazingly intuitive drawing and painting app that runs exclusively on the iPad. Over the past several years, Procreate has transformed the face of digital art and drastically changed the way many people make art in general, myself included.


The thoughtful Procreate user-interface, combined with its bountiful set of robust features, continues to be light years ahead of the competition in the space of mobile digital art-making.


At the end of the course you will learn how to combine the island illustration with the bottle.

If this looks like something you want to do, you will find the course bellow:

Procreate made easy: iPad digital illustration Small Island Landscape

The beauty of Procreate is this: it is powerful enough for advanced artists, concept and game developers, animators, and professional illustrators. While at the same time, it is friendly enough for a budding artist to pick it up and begin their art journey easily and joyfully.

Overall, most digital artists find the program easy to use and relatively affordable compared to other painting programs.

In this course, you will learn how to illustrate a fantasy bottle with a magical potion! You will play with the light and shapes, creating a beautiful glass. You will be surprised how easily this can be done, although the glass seems hard to do. Take this course and be thrilled by the tips and tricks you will learn, so in the future you could do another amazing bottles!

Here is another course on how to paint some beautiful watercolor bunnies:

Watercolors Whimsical  Bunny Painting: Fun and Cute Illustration

If you want to learn to make acrylic paintings you can learn here how to:

Abstract painting have fun creating modern GOLD leaf Acrylic Painting

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George-Daniel Tudorache

Together we will create amazing things.


Hello, I'm George 

Together we will create amazing things.

Would you like to paint with more freedom or feeling?

You will be finding ways to develop your own way of applying paint and to compose the visual space.

You'll learn painting techniques used by professional artist to create elaborate works of art.

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1. Welcome to the course: Hi, my name is George, and in today's course you will learn how to paint this magical ocean bottle. For this, you will need the Apple pencil, the iPad, and the procreate app. Glass might seem a very intimidating thing to illustrate. However, it is not. And this is a very easy to follow course and you will have a lot of fun. In this course, you will learn how to use colors and procreate these brushes and how to illustrate this wonderful bottle. On top of that, you will learn how to do interesting textures and finishes at the end of this course. If you have done the islands course for procreate, you will be able to combine those two images together and that will be very easy to do with all of that being said, welcome to the course. 2. Canvas size and number of layers: Okay, For this, you will need canvas 5000 by 5000 pixels with at least six layers. Let's create that, open it, go into the colors, go to Palettes, add a plus, and go straight into the Values. Now, creating a beautiful blue, a little bit more towards the green. Just, let's see it now. It's a little bit too blue. Let's try it on the background. You can do one a little bit more towards the green is beautiful, dark, turquoise. Nice. Go into background, set it once again, looks much better now. And there you go with this step. 3. Color palette: Okay, let's continue with the palette and let's make it a beautiful green just like that, and set it just over here. This is a very saturated and light green going in and making saturated green, however, a little bit more dark and a little bit more dark, once again, giving us three beautiful greens. Let's increase that lightness and now decrease the chroma. Perfect. Now you have a beautiful array of greens. And of course, let's go in and make a beautiful brown color just over here. Let's drag it and put it into the middle, making a darker one just over here. And a very light one, but more towards the yellow. And just another one giving us four colors to work with for the cork of the bottle. And just like that, this step is done as well. 4. Drawing the magic potion bottle: Ok, select a beautiful white. It's almost a 100 percent wide the syrup brush. And you can start on the sketch with the top, just making a circle, holding the pencil down to make a perfect ellipse. Edit that shape. Make it go on a side. Just over here. And edit it a little bit more, just making it quite nice and squished. This is going to be the top of the cork. Very nice. And going down and making another ellipse just like that. Holding it down, positioning it as best we can, going into Edit Shape and making it a little bit bigger, a little bit more squished if it needs. And there you go. This one is done as well. You can zoom in a little bit, add straight up with one line, connect the two circles, just like that. Edit the shape and position it so it overlaps the two circles. Going on the left side. If you find that the line is a little bit too short, you can edit the shape, drag it quite a bit outside the circle, go into the eraser tool with the syrup tool, the 0 brush and erase a little bit of the imperfections as well as the top of the line. Just like that, you can start to see how much nicer it looks. You can also go into the back line if it's too thick and decrease that size of the line. Perfect. Going with the eraser and erasing the backside of the cork just like that. Just the backside because it's not transparent and it doesn't show. Now, add another layer, red. Let's rename the first one to work. Very simply named perfect cork and AD1 To bottle. The magical bottle. Perfect. Now, going in and making leaps, just like that. Holding the pencil down as always, just like that. Edit the shape and position it just about right. And a little bit more straight, it's perfect. Now, you can go in to the selection tool, select the circle with the freehand. Just like that. Select it, copy and paste. Now you have two identical circles. You can go and move one. Now. Just like that, go to the eraser and of course, erase the backside and the two sides on the left and the right. Just like that. Erasing it slowly with the brush. And over there connecting it with a straight line on the left side and going in on the right side and doing the same connecting, it looks just about right. Going back in and merging the two layers. Perfect. And you can go into the wrap tool and start wrapping. And just like that, you can go into the corner and the middle and the corner at the top, sometimes it doesn't work, but now it works perfect. And the goal here is to curve those straight edges. As you can see, there are already a little bit curved, but he can amplify that by changing the corners in the middle as well, a little bit more. And position and tweak the bottleneck just as much as you want. Now, erase the backside behind this corkscrew. And you will find out that the course through is a little bit on centered. You can go into the cork layer, go and modify it, go to Uniform and position it a little bit more straight. Perfect. Yes, a tiny bit. Erase the Mac side. Just a little bit, select the layer. And of course, now comes the magic part. Go in with the adjust actions and do the drawing guide, go into symmetry. Add whatever color you want. Green seems just about right. Maybe a little bit more blue. Perfect. Now, you don't need to connect the bottleneck to the top side. You can first just work two lines. Just a little bit lower. Go into the selection tool. Select freehand only the lines, and position them exactly below the outer sketch, just like that. And of course you can distort it a little bit. And also the magical wrap tool, just positioning it and making the lines a little bit more straight. Look at how beautiful that looks. Let's go in What a beautiful dark green. You can go increase the size of the brush. First, undo that drawing, assist and do beautiful circle. Hold that pencil. Nice and beautiful. Do a circle. Position it a little bit more centered. Nice, that you can increase the size of it. Zoom in just a little bit, and increase the size until you feel satisfied with the size of the bottle. Just going in. Beautiful. Okay, selecting the darker green and going over the top and creating a circle. Just like that holding, going to circle. Editing that shape. Overlapping the green, the lighter green, just like that. Perfect. Going in and positioning it by dragging those dots until it's just above. 5. Green liquid: Going in and selecting a wonderful light color. Adding the Alpha Lock to the layer just over there in the middle, and selecting the Blake as a texture brush. Just like that, maybe make it a little bit bigger, just a little bit bigger. Perfect. Just adding a little bit more color, more intense color to the outside edge of the bottle, just over there. And going in on the right side as well. And on the bottom side and inside, you can do the same. Perfect going in with a lighter shade of green and accentuating dots color. You can also draw on the outline itself and go into the lower the opacity towards about 50 percent. Perfect. And go into the eraser tool airbrush and start erasing just a little bit of the circle right by the neck. Just a tiny bit. Let's make the opacity a little bit lower and go in, erase the edge, the inside edge a little bit as well. And of course, going in and erasing the area just under the neck and seems perfect. And a little bit more going in the direction of the neck, just like that, racing it up, you can go back into the brush, select the inking, the very dark color. No, add another layer and put it on the bottom, just below the bottle. And connect that side of the bottle, the inside to the rest of the bottle and the circle. Just like that. Connect it. Perfect. Hey, going in and doing the same for the top side, just putting a little bit of color. So you have something to play with editing those shapes a little bit more like that. And perfect. You can go in and merge those two layers, the bottle and the layer. You can rename it if you lost the name to bottle. Nice. Just add another beautiful layer and call it liquid. Taking the inking brush, making a beautiful circle just like that. And positioning it. Just so it seems like it's a liquid. That's the level of the liquid. And so it needs to be a little bit more squished down. And connecting it to the bottle. Being careful not to cut the water level. Just like that, positioning it a little bit lower. You can go in and fill that circle. And go in and draw beautiful, nice circle. Just semicircle under the bottle. Under the liquid level. Just like that. Make it as nice as possible. You can do it a little bit of edge work as well and drop the color onto it. When you need to fill it in. Ice, going in and selecting a beautiful, nice green and the airbrush. Just like that, with just a small, a best city and alpha locking the layer. Start with the bottom. You can start to see how much glow you can add with just a few brush marks. Just like that. And more than bottom. Nice. Don't worry, if the transition is too harsh, you can always blend it. Go in onto the left side and start to draw a little bit of a line. And then on the top, do the same and some beautiful glow to the green water. The green ocean. Nice. Perfect. Now go and select a lighter green and put in just that the top, some more of this beautiful green. Select the smudge tool, select the same brush. And you can start to see how you can blend and smooth those beautiful and nice colors. You can do some circles and some lines depending on what you want, what kind of edge work. The circles are very interesting because it makes the water, the ocean a little bit more dynamic. Going in into the inking syrup tool, making the brush way smaller with the same color. And do a beautiful circle and edit the shape. And and just like that, the mark leveling water. It should be only in the front. The back doesn't have this line, so you should have it a little bit higher up so it doesn't show into the alpha lock layer. Perfect. Now go into a lighter shade and do another circle just like that, a semicircle this time and position that squish it. So it's the same beautiful line. It should be almost circular. Perfect. Now, go in and select the airbrush tool. Select the little bit of this background color, make it a little bit smaller and a little bit more capacity. So you can start to decrease the lightness of this line. So it only has light on one part and a crispy edge on just one side. Just go in and edit little bit of the shape. This will create a beautiful highlight. Go into the smudge tool with the same airbrush. And now on the inside, make the brush a little bit smaller. On the inside, as you can see, we are smudging the edge because the edge is very crisp, only where it touches the glass. Just like that. Going to the, and just over there. You can start to see how beautiful it starts to look nice. And going back in to the brush and erasing, well, painting over that side and adding a little bit more light to the left-hand side. Because this will have a lot more light. Okay. A little bit of refinement with the smudge tool. Just over there. Perfect. 6. Bottle highlights: Okay, so for this layer, you're going to focus on the highlights. For that, you will need to go onto the light color, go to the bottom of the layer and do the Alpha Lock. Now, go and go into the airbrush, make it very small. Obesity about 40 percent. And you can start to add some highlights to the bottleneck, just like that. Wonderful. You can go in on the opposite side and do the same. Very nice and easy to do. And go in with more green color and add it to the top of the bottle, just over there. Very nice. Horse adding it to the neck as well. And to decides very nicely. Smudge a little bit of the color just like that. And at the top, defining that edge, just over there on the left side. And at the top, of course, doing it once again to smudge that wonderful glass going in and adding more smudge to the left side. Just over there you can start to see the light coming through. Going and sponsoring a little bit more on the corners behind the course cork. Just over there. Go in and duplicate the layer, and select the two lights. Okay, let's see how it goes. Let's do some hue saturation and brightness. Let's make it quite bright and quite saturated. Very nice. It might seem a little bit too intense, however, don't worry. You can go in and erase with the airbrush. Soft airbrush. Make it very small. Very nice. Ok. And you can start to erase a little bit of the very, very intense highlights. And just over there, and over here, going back in and erasing the little bit more. The goal here is to leave a little bit of this. Light can go inside the layers of the bottle. And that's how this is going to be done. You will just have glowing edges. That's how glass reacts. So you need to erase just a little bit of the middle. Just like that. You can start to see it starts to look like glass a little bit more and do the same on the middle part. And at the top, doing exactly the same, leaving only the top side. Perfect. Okay, let's go back onto the bottom layer and draw in a little bit what the darker green inside. So it matches the rest of the bottle. Just like that. Very nice. Perfect. Merge the two layers. Nice and smudge a little bit of this. Undo the alpha lock first. Okay, let's see how it looks. Undo the alpha lock and now we can draw easily on the edge over here, strengthening that edge. And you can start to rub that paint in with the smudge tool. And on the left side you can do the same. So it doesn't have this much texture. It starts to have a nice and smooth glass look. The smoothness of the glass just like that. Perfect. Okay. Now, going in with the brush, the airbrush, making it small, selecting a darker color, you can start to go in, maybe went a little bit of a bigger brush and draw in a little bit of this actual glass. This on the left and the right side, making a circle and adding some more depth and dimension to the glass. Now, going into the eraser, going with the same airbrush, making it a little bit bigger, and erasing a little bit of this, making the opacity even lower. So we make the transition way, way more subtle. And there you go with this step as well. 7. More bottle highlights: Okay, For the next step, let's add another layer, rename this to Bottle Highlights. Highlights. Perfect, press the N. Whoops. Go back and press the N. Go to lighten, perfect. And start selecting an greener shade. Just over there. Lighten isn't the best layer. We are going to go on screen in a few moments, but don't worry, work with the lightened first. Yeah. Okay. Just over there. Putting it onto the bottle. Go into the light. The reason the light layer isn't good is because the white just leaves a little bit of a red hue when you apply it. So we can just about see the red hue. Once we add a little bit of color at the edges, you can start to see it's not that this track thing, however, there is a much better layer, Gu, screen on the layer. And let's go into screen. Perfect. And of course we're going to need to make a little bit of editing, erasing the excess. Go and go into the eraser, go into inking syrup brush, and start erasing a little bit of the spill out light around. They're making that edge of the highlight. As you can see, it looks much better with this layer mode. The red hue doesn't appear anymore with the same brush as before, the airbrush. You can start to add on the other side some beautiful highlight. Smudge the color in just a little bit. Then you can also drag the highlight on the actual neck of the bottle down and a little bit on a curve. Now, you can start to work on the bottle at the top. Adding some highlights to the edges and a beautiful highlight on the left side, the light is coming from the bedside. So we should keep that in mind. The most intense highlight should be on the left. Now adding a little bit more and erasing just a little bit of that edge. Okay, let's go back in and erase and create a beautiful, nice edge. Just like that. The glass here is sand it down, so it looks quite wonderful. At the top would ascended down glass. It's a different texture, is just another way to make. There'll beautiful glass texture. And of course, you can go back in and add a little bit more of a highlight just over there. It looks like the kinda glass you find it on the beach. Very nice. Perfect. Going back in and erasing a little bit just next to the highlight, just over there. Adding a little bit more color and managing it, flips smudge tool, smudging it just over there. So it seems like the highlight is even more impressive. And smudging the tool a little bit more perfect. Now it doesn't have an edge, so it seems like it's round. Nice, continuing down on the glass itself. Going with a green and going on the edge. Look at how beautiful it starts to look. Adding that green to the inside as well as nicely. And at the corner. Going to the other side and doing the same, this green is reflected from the actual liquid. Don't worry, if you go over the edge, you can go and erase that just a little bit. Perfect. Now going in onto the right side and the left side as well, go into the dark. It doesn't really work that much. So on this layer mode, it doesn't work. So let's just go on the lighter shade. Perfect. Going in with the eraser and erasing those edges that were outside the shape. On the right side, we have a little bit more and erasing inside the color as well inside the glass. So the signs seen illuminated. Greats. Now, going in and selecting a lighter color, you can start to do exactly the same over the green, just adding a little bit more light. Now the left side should be a little bit more white. Because this is where the light comes from. Preparing this side with a small highlight, just adding and making it more light to the middle. Now getting the eraser and making it very crispy and nice, having very crisp edges, smudge it on the sides, just drag it and create the beautiful highlight on its side. Now going in for a beautiful highlight just over here, a little bit of a small square on following the side of the bottle. Don't worry if it's not positioned perfectly. We will arrange that soon, increase the opacity to make it even more white. Very, very white. This is going to be our main highlight. It's going to be very, very intense. Okay, you can go into the eraser tool and start erasing and making nicer edges to it. Very crisp edges, very nice Now it seems like just a small little square. However, in the next step, you will see a little bit more. 8. Bottle finishing highlights : Continuing to work. Over here, let's select this beautiful square, make it a little bit bigger. Make the selection once again. This time with the automatic tool, go into hue saturation and brightness. And increase the brightness a little bit. Go into opacity. Decrease the opacity just a little bit. And Guassian blur, and let's blur it a little bit. Maybe that's a little bit too much. So just about there, about 10 percent. Go in and increase the brightness. Perfect. Now it seems a little bit better. However, it has very, very sharp corners, so we should fix that first. Let's select it just like that with the automatic tool and wrap it from the middle, creating a little bit of a curve to this beautiful square. Don't worry too much about the corners. Those will be erased soon. Perfect. Now it seems a little bit more round. Now for D edges to, for the corners, cut them a little bit, make them a little bit more soft and round. Maybe a little bit less soft on the bottom. And add a little bit more highlight on to the actual square. Can also go into the smudge tool and smudge that in. Perfect. Okay. Now start to make a beautiful line. This is a 100 percent capacity. I'll be scared. You are still on the layer with the screen mode on, and you can start to erase a little bit and shaped this with the wrap tool. So it goes with the square above, but it's a little bit below. That's added on top of the liquid as well. So it can highlight the liquid as well. This will show a little bit of imperfections on the bottom of the glass. As you can see, there is a little bit of color just over there so you can erase those highlights that are not needed. You can also erase the top edge of this very, very white highlight, as well as increased the top square a little bit more. Now, going down with the smudge tool, this is the smudge tool with the airbrush and a Pasiphae, as you can see, is very low and the size low as well. And you can go down and up. You can go in both directions. Basically. When you go up and smudge, it makes the color a little bit more transparent because you're dragging some absence of color into the color. As you can see, it looks just wonderful. Now let's select it and go into a little bit of a capacity, decrease the opacity. Go into a little bit of Guassian blur, maybe too much less, 5%, 10 percent, and 25 percent, 57 percent. Okay. Let's go in and smudge this top circle a little bit more as well. Whoops, just that small one. And you can start to see how nice it starts to look. Now, if you're not happy with the position of the highlight, you can make it a little bit more interesting by selecting it and wrapping it around the bottle. It's very good to have highlights on different layers. You can make it bigger, smaller, higher, lower, more rounds. The goal is to give the illusion that the glass is a little bit more round. Okay, Let's go in with a lighter, beautiful color and draw some beautiful semicircle on the water, on the magical potion. Just like that, hold it on to draw the semicircle and go into the smudge tool, the eraser first and erase that bulk line, as well as start to smudge this all around, just going around it. So it gives the impression that the liquid has some highlights on the surface as well. Let's do another one this time without pressing down, just dry it, erased the corner, go into the smudge tool. Now, you can take a little bit more liberty here and start going not only in the direction but in parallel directions. As you can see, it just creates a little bit more of a blurry. Highlight, more of a liquidy highlight. It's very easy, and there you go. This step is done as well. 9. Wooden cork: Now above the corkscrew, let's add some local colors by dragging on the corkscrew layer. A brown and a lighter shade of brown. Very nice. Going in, more dark brown and going in alpha, locking the layer. Adding some shadows, lowering the opacity and the size. Adding some shadow to the corkscrew, adding get more to the right side. Just so it has a base where we can add some textures going into textures. And the lake. Perfect. Ads make this color a little bit more orange. Just over there. And increase the opacity, the color, and add some textures on the top right part of the, a corkscrew. Very nice texture, the lighter color and add some textures to the top as well. Don't worry about the white lines. Those will be colored as well very soon. Add some highlight and textures to the left side. You can go in and select a little bit of a darker color going in to the inking tool and start adding some cracks in the corkscrew. Just like that. Selecting a color that is right next to the dark part. And fixing that edge. So it goes like a corner. You can see it goes almost that a 90 degree angle. Coloring. That white part with some textures. Very nice. And going down and doing the same coloring over the white line and into the texture itself on the outside as well. This can be a lot more fast since it is at the edge. Okay? Careful not to go in onto the downside. Now on the left and the right, you can go with a darker shade of brown. Just like that. Select the brown once again, go into the inking and let's do another one. They go towards the corner. So they go towards the middle of the corkscrew. The cuts. Just like that make it a little bit longer. And another one on the right part. This time it goes exactly the same towards the middle. Imagine a point in the middle of the corkscrew, the top of the cork school. Now go into the eraser, into the inking and let's erase some backside as well. As you can see. Just erasing, zooming in and erasing just going down. And thinking about adding a little bit of brown just to this side. Perfect. Going in and adding just a little bit more of this white color with the inking brush. The slider, brown making gets smaller and adding it to the right side of those crevices. Just like that. Just adds a small beautiful highlight. Just where it needs to be. You can also go into brown and add a little bit more interesting shape. Now selecting a lighter white, maybe not go this low. Selecting more yellow, light, yellow, brown. And going down and curving, going around and adding that highlight to the left, to the right part of the crack. Nice interesting texture. Now going into the eraser and going in and making some beautiful cuts. But the eraser, this is perfect. Let's now create another one just over here. Whoops. Just a little bit less. So we cut little bit of the edge, so it's not that perfect, doesn't seem that round and perfect. The texture of the object is also found on the edges, not only on the, on what it has. Going and drawing over the white. A little bit more. Nice. And you can go in with this color and draw the white over the white on the edge just there. You can also go into textures like select the lighter color and at the actual highlight of the corkscrew, now decrease the obesity and put in the highlight on the left side of the corkscrew. Don't worry if it's too harsh or too light. You can always go and select another more orange color. You can also add a little bit more white to the middle part of this highlight as 10 the middle. Okay? And of course, selecting a little bit of yellow just to go over the edges of the highlight. And a little bit of an orange just to add it to the top, to add a little bit more texture. Now increase the size, grease the opacity, and add it to the top of the corkscrew and just touch the edge a little bit more outside. Nice. Looks much better. Go in with a darker tone. Okay. And with lighter tone, you can go over the edge. And texture still remains in some parts. Perfect, decrease the opacity even more. Add a little bit of a highlight on the right side as well. Just some bounce light, and there you go. Wonderful. 10. Combining two artworks: Okay, just so you make this a little bit more interesting, select everything except the liquid and move it. Do the rotation, rotate, and then move over the liquid as it over there. Very nice. Just putting it on its side. We'll look a little bit more interesting. Okay, now you can see the highlight of the water is now tilted. Yet the pen select and to selection around the highlight of the water. And you can just rotate this and put it over the water where it needs to be. And there you go with this layer, exporting everything. And you can also duplicate the layer. Just go into gallery, select it, and duplicate it. So we can do something very, very interesting. So if you have done the previous Nice course about the landscape, this island landscape, this is after you have duplicated the whole artwork. You can delete the layer with the liquid. In merge all the layers from the islands. Take this layer, go, press what the hand. Select the layers and add it over here over the bottom. Just perfect. Now, select it. Drag it under the glass actually, and select it. Make it smaller. First, just a little bit smaller. So it's in the right position. And after it's in the right position, you can go into the wrap tool and wrap it around. Don't worry about the water being a little bit outside. Just make it look very, very nice and interesting. Just over there, dragging it a little bit lower than you can have your own bottle, bottled. Landscape. This is how easy it is to combine artworks in Procreate. It's very fun. And if you have done more courses, then some of them might just combine into making a new art work. Okay, now, going in with the eraser tool. Okay. The 0 brush and erasing the water that goes over the bottle. Just over there and onto the right side. Very nicely. Okay, now the landscape seems a little bit too dull. Also erase the highlights that was on the liquid. And select the layer with the landscape, go into hue saturation and brightness, add a little bit of brightness, a little bit more saturation. Not too much. That's a little bit too much. Okay, now, that seems a little bit right? Very nice. Of course this can be done even better by wrapping it. Perfect. And there you go with this course. Thank you so much for being part of this community and for taking this course. If you're gracious enough, you will post a review of this course, as well as a picture of your wonderful creation. Bye bye.