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Procreate made easy: Design and Illustrate a Fox Character Super easy

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8 Lessons (1h 4m)
    • 1. Welcome

    • 2. Color palette

    • 3. Fox body and ears

    • 4. Eyes

    • 5. Hands and star

    • 6. White fur shading

    • 7. Orange fur

    • 8. Last layer

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About This Class

In this course, you will learn how to illustrate a beautiful fox. Foxes are gorgeous wild animals, smart and hard to catch. You will have the opportunity to enjoy illustrating one, in a cute and lovely manner, not only that but she is eating a glowing star. This course will remind you of childhood, the time where you let your imagination fly. Take a chance and go on this exciting adventure!

This course is for you if:

You want to learn to draw but don’t know where to start

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You are looking to learn everything about Procreate.

You love drawing and sketching and want to start doing it digitally.

 In this class you will learn how to illustrate a fox in Procreate. In this class you will learn key concepts in drawing the lines, blocking in colors, shading and rendering and much more. 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.


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.

It’s an amazing tool for any type of creative, from beginners looking for an intuitive drawing software, to hobbyists looking for an array of tools to experiment with, to creative professionals who need robust features for digital illustration.

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George-Daniel Tudorache

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Hello, I'm George 

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1. Welcome: Hi, my name is George, and in today's course you will learn how to illustrate this wonderful Fox eating this star. For this, you will need the Apple pencil, the procreate app, and of course, the iPad. This might seem very hard to do. However, with step-by-step encouragements, you will be able to illustrate the exact same FOX with mental problems. This is a very good course for beginners, as well as more advanced procreate users. If you've picked up the procreate to AP, and this is your first illustration. Then you will have a lot of fun making this wonderful Fox. And also, you will be very happy with the results. By the end of the course, you will know how to use brushes, how to resize things, how to render. I know it sounds complicated, the word render. However, it's very well organized and simplified in the course. So you will have no problem with this. With all of that being said, welcome to the course. 2. Color palette: Okay, so for this course, you will need to create a new canvas for thousand by 5 thousand with nine layers. The most important thing is the nine layers. You will need all of them. Ok, let's turn it around. And of course, you are going to need to create a beautiful color palette. Go to pallets, add a plus, and go back to value at the bottom of the color. Perfect. Now, the first color to create is a wonderful dark green blue for the background. First, add it to the pellet, and then selected for the background, click on the background and select this color. This is going to beat the background color. Okay. Let's create a beautiful brown. Let's make it a little bit more dark. This is for the brown fur Fox. And there you go, you have created a beautiful Brown, put it right next to the green blue, and create two other more light oranges, browns. And of course the white fur has to have a little bit of a blue tenths. And making that first grey for the white fur. And then going in and creating two more whiter graze. These have a little bit of a blue tint. And from the Brown you can start to make a more reddish brown for the outer parts of the body, for the brown fur, for stuff like that, the darker parts. Just like that, two of them. And some blue for the eyes. A lot of chroma. Chroma is the color of the color. And then more light. And another one just like that, and not light blue. Now, let's move these colors. And after you move them, you can now make a darker shade of this and a black. All along the way with the painting, you will find other colors being created. Those are added into the color palette. You will find it in the description of this course and in the Resources page. And there you go. This is the first step. 3. Fox body and ears: Okay, selecting the brown and with the inking brush called syrup. And this is the middle brown and then syrup brush inking. Let's create a beautiful circle. Hold the pencil down to create an ellipse. Changed this ellipse, make it a little bit more round. Just like that. Let's create it once again, this time, a little bit more thick and tried to position it as center as you can, right above the center line. Just like that. Perfect. It could be a little bit more straight. We'll fix that in the near future. For the body, you're gonna need to make the same circle, but this time a little bit smaller. Okay? Just like that, make it a little bit smaller. And center it. Perfect. Now, click and drag the color on top of the white circle. Created. White circles created the sewer brush is very good for this. And then go into change the shape, modify the shape and drag the corners to create a little bit of a smaller body and edit a little bit of the shape. As you can see, the shape of the body is a little bit more squished. So it's a lot more cute and the head a little bit flatter on the sides. As you can see the corner sides. The wrap tool can be found just over there where you've seen the clicky thing, the mouse click eating. And there you go. The shape is almost perfect. It could be a little bit more straight. You should make it more centered and straight. Going into the canvas, you can find the drawing guides. At the right. You can find the second one. It's called drawing guides. Select it and then go to edit drawing guide. Go into symmetry and make it. So it's just one way symmetry from left to right. Perfect. Now, add a new layer, rename it to white for this isn't going to be the white fur layer. For layer. And the one on the bottom is going to be the orange fur. Layer or light brown. Orange for perfect. Go on to the first, onto the second layer. And the way you do the drawing Guide to draw, to be activated on the second one is by going onto the layer and then selecting the drawing assist. You can find it by clicking. And there you go. Drawing Guide. You can find it into the layer. And select the second, the middle gray. And start thinking a little bit of the white fir. First by doing two small dots and going down as SHE went a curve and then connecting those two curves with some zig-zags. It looks like a beautiful small Santa. And then for the nose and the mouth, just creating a small little shape. This is exactly where the nose will be. That small dip can see it over there. It creates the shape of the nouns and then tried to fill it in as much as possible before you zoom in. And just over there, let's go into editing the little bit of the shape. Filling it in almost perfectly, as you can see the small dip. And that's going to be the knows exactly where denials is positioned with the eraser and the syrup tool. You can start to make a little bit of a change to the no spark. The nose is going to be very small. Park that you see. The small cut out will be the part of the face just behind an else. And for some belly for just create a beautiful teardrop, upside-down teardrop shape. And right about now, notice that the orange fur is not centered much better right now. And let's just erase a little bit of the white for at the bottom of the body to make it a little bit more round. It's like that. As you can see, it looks much, much better. Going in and creating at the edges of the face of the white for a little bit of new interesting shapes just going in and creating some basically for whiskers. Now going in for the years, this is just the white part of the year, so it's just going to be some shape super easy to make. Keep them round. On the outside. And then you can start to go in on the bottom layer, on the orange layer and make tail. First, let's undo the drawing assist from the layer and continue doing a beautiful tail. This is very easy to do. Start from the center of the body and then go in with a curve. And then it goes like a snail into each other like a spiral. You can do it as a bulk. So it doesn't have the spiral yet because on top of it, you will draw some white fur. Just like that. Just going in selecting, on selecting the drawing assist, going into the syrup tool, and first selecting the fight for. Let's undo that and select the same color. And go in with the spiral. Okay, you can add not are shaped to the spiral just like that. And as you can see, the spiral starts to emerge. And of course, at the end where the two furs, meat, you can start to add the same thing you did for the whiskers. Just some small little lines to create this interesting outline, this interesting shape at the end. And connect the body with the tail on the orange layer a little bit more and erase the orange fur. Let us still visible under the white one. And just like that, going in and making another layer called Brown for brown fur. And this is going to be a very dark brown fur for the ears. You can go in to the almost black brown for brown color and do the drawing assist, of course. So you don't need to draw it twice. Just like that. Start to create a beautiful curved line that goes a little bit further than the white part of the year. Go on to the white part first, select the drawing assist. As you can see, I haven't done that. So I am only trying on one year. But we'll notice that in a little bit. Go into selecting a lighter shade of brown and make it very, very nice and light added to our Paulette. You'll already have that. If you checked the resources page for the Paulette and connect the two parts to a point. So basically they start to make the ear shape, as you can see, just connecting at a point and going to the dwelling, assist on the white fur and select the color to make the rest of the year. Very nice. Just like that. Let's just go into the next step. This was wonderful. A lot has been created in this step. 4. Eyes: Oh, okay, so for this step you'll need to create a new layer. Call it beautifully eyes. Rename to eyes. Just like that. Go in, do the drawing assist and select the blue. Perfect. The blue is selected, the inking syrup brushes selected, and start to draw some beautiful circle for d. I's, they seem a little bit too, for, too far apart. So let's just put them a little bit more. Towards the nose. Is like that. It makes him look more cute. Or her. And going and zooming in a little bit. First, alpha locking the layer o the ambulance. No course without an ambulance. Oh my God. Always when I'm starting to record there is an ambulance. Okay. Selected the black and let's make some eyes. We've alpha locked the layer. So this makes the, oh, you can only draw with the outflow, OK. You can only draw on the paint you already have on the canvas, on the layer. Selecting some lighter colour and going into textures. Dof leg, making this brush very small. Just like that, and starting to just add it to the eye, right next to the black, then go over the black, just over the blue. It draws on the outer side of the eye as well. Because this has drawing exist. Making this and shading it very nice and beautiful. And going in for the lighter blue with the same brush, you can start to put in another highlight. As you can see, they stand out quite a bit against the orange and the white for perfect. Now, going back in with the blue and making a darker, a little bit darker blue to indicate a little bit of shadow on the right part. Well, on both eyes. This is created by the eyebrow. Eyebrow. And we will indicate it with this darker blue. Just like that. It already has. Mirrored everything on the outer side. And going in with hue saturation and brightness lets go full on with saturation at end a little bit with the brightness, more saturation. And it makes the eyes pop a little bit more and will help us to add the same shadow under the eyebrow onto the pupil as well. Going end doing the drawing assist the dark part, selecting the black and starting to draw with the inking two syrup. Perfect. Let's select the syrup tool. Nice and start to draw this shadow going in a little bit towards the nulls as well. Start inking it very slowly and nicely, just like that. Perfect. Now, going into the smudge tool, you can go and select the texture dove Lake, make it very small and start to blend a little bit of that black, maybe a little bit bigger. Blend the black into the grey so it doesn't seem so harsh. Perfect. That's so easy to do. Going in into the white. It's not actually a 100% white and has a little bit of a blue tint. And alpha locking, drawing assist back into the syrup brush and start to make some highlights. Just adding some dots. The drawing assist shouldn't be activated so you can have the highlights on the right part of the eye instead of one on the left and one on the right because it mirrors it. As you can see, it's on the same side. Even though it's the second I. Perfect. And see how much it pops out. Once you add in the highlights, a little bit more has to be done to the eyes to be just perfect. Let's do some drawing assists. Select a beautiful red, just red brown and textures double-click, make it a little bit bigger and add a little bit of brown just over here inside towards the eye. It just gives it that glow to the eye at get the smudge tool. Unfortunately, this will go into the white of the second eye. But don't worry, we're going to erase that and put it in again. Just about right, as you can see. Blending that and adding a little bit more. Just so it pops a little bit. It just makes the eyes look watery and three-dimensional. Going in and selecting the gray and drawing it over the white, you can just about see how it looks without a highlight. Now, let's just go into the white and the inking tool. Syrup. Draw again, the highlight without the drawing assist. Just over here. Just adding some dots. Perfect. Now, let's make the 0 brush a little bit smaller. So we can create some small thoughts right next to each other to create an interesting shape for the highlights. Perfect. And there you go with this step as well. 5. Hands and star: Okay, wonderful. Let's add a new layer, rename it to Hans. And let's just do some hands for it to be a little bit more easily shown. Let's select the brown that is darker than the orange fur. Go onto and deselect the drawing assist if it's active and the hands are very easy. Towards the mouth. Just draw a bigger brush. Small little circle. This hand will have star in its, so holding a star, so it needs to be very close to the mouth. This is a fox that eats beautiful stars. Very cute. And just like that, the hand is created. Let's make it a little bit smaller. Let's go into the rap tool and go back. Make it a little bit more towards the body, just like that. Perfect. Maybe a little bit thicker. Nice. Perfect. And now let's go and create the second hand. Much easier this time is going down would occur. Doesn't like that. Adding the small Paul and then doubling the line and filling it in. Maybe making the ball a little bit bigger. Dislike that. Super, super easy. And let's erase a little bit of the bottom hand. Okay. Let's connected to the body. That looks just about right. Add another layer, call it feet. The feet are very, very easy to do. There just two circles, just almost at the edge of the body is like that, too small circles. And then going in and selecting the lighter shade of this color and adding three beautiful dots. Just over there. Very nice and easy. Let's go in and see all the layers. And after that create and underlayer called knows. And this is going to be the nose layer. Select the black. Perfect. Then and now sits exactly on top of the shape just over here. Start with a curve. It doesn't have to be perfect. You can always edit the shape with the eraser. Just like that. Fill it in. Just nice and beautiful. It should be a little bit erased on the right side, just over there, making the center of the nose a little bit more interesting. Perfect. Erasing a little bit of the right side. Just over there. And the nose looks quite wonderful. Going in to the eyes, adding another layer and renaming it to star. Just like that. Then making a beautiful yellow. Just making it a little bit more yellow and adding it to the collates. It should be on the, don't worry, and start to draw star. And this is a very easy way to draw a star, just two lines. Then the third one goes to the right and then connects with the last one. And this is the star edit a little bit the shape. So it has just some, just a nicer shape. You can go onto the Eraser tool as well and edit the shape a little bit more, or go into the rap tool and make the star a little bit more interesting. It should go exactly under the nose. So it goes into the mouth of the fox. Because heat will be eating it. A cookie star right from the sky and blowing star. Okay, erase a little bit of the shape. Just over here so we indicate that it goes into the map, is a little bit less. Heat has always, he has already taken a bite out of the star. Perfect. And there you go. This step is done as well. 6. White fur shading: Okay, for this layer, you're going to go onto the white for select the same gray. The inking tool. Let's see if the drawing assist is on. If it's not, you can just add it and create this beautiful shape around the eyes and connect it down to the outer part. It just creates a beautiful, interesting way and shape of the face. Just divert there. As you can see. It just gives it beautiful and interesting design. You can go in and fill in the white parts that are not filled in. And going back in to the white fur, you can alpha locket, undo the drawing assist, and onto the touch ups. You will find flowing flow hair. Flowing hair? Yes, low hair. Perfect. Now, it should be a little bit smaller. Select the white. It's not actually white. But there you go, we can start to shade the worry. Shading. The shading part sounds very complicated, but it's really not. It's like it helps a lot. The alpha log of the layer, the brush should be a little bit smaller and you can start to maybe a little bit bigger, halfway. And you can start to draw in just as the shape around the eye goes and can start to add this beautiful shading. As you can see, it's very easy. And just need to go and create the shading going into the way the firm goes. For example, on those small parts, it goes up and then starts to go around the eye. Just like that. You need to focus on lifting up the pen. So it doesn't create like circles at the end. So it creates small individual hairs, as you can see, lifting up the pen. Just like that. We're not going even though, even though you're going back and forth, you need to take the end of the pencil off the iPad. At just going in both directions, just makes it very, very fast. And for the small mouth, Bart, just go into a little bit of a circle. This part can have shorter hairs, and the shorter hair just creates a little bit more dense color. But for the outer parts, you can go in both ways and create very nice and long shapes. As you can see, it can go very fast. And of course, you can start to see the shading start to appear. Mary beautiful. On this part. It just goes towards the mouth, the firm. It's very intuitive to find out where differ just goes. At the edge of the mouth, at the edge of the snout, you can add little bit more straight lines. And of course, going in for some more details, this covering, don't go overboard, keep the lighter parts calling into the gray and adding a little bit more of this darker, grey at the bottom of the shapes and right next to the eye on the inside part. Just creates this shading effect. To shade, you need both dark and white colors and continuing that shadow and that you've created on the eye. So it creates a little bit of separation between the eyebrow and the i. And of course, on the right side of the mouth, bart, let's go in with the neutral gray. This is the gray you've created, the white parts in the beginning and start to add a few hairs just over there, going into the dark gray and adding just a little bit of separation in between the body for end the mouth and the head, white fur. It's like that going in with this darker shade and creating a little bit more this to create a little bit of dimension. Going into the right part. Doing the same. This time, on this side it's going to be a little bit darker. So we first need to create a darker base width, the darker gray. Just going in the direction that goes. Is that perfect? Lift the pencil and go at your own pace. Go back into the white, the lighter part. Just like that, and start to create the highlights. Don't go overboard. Just creating a few will add to the beautiful and interesting look of the Fox. Just like that around the eyes. You can go a little bit more. Don't forget to add it to the bottom as well. Okay. Just like that. Just a few on the bottom part. The light will hit a little bit more at the end of the fur on the right part. And drag those beautiful hair's a little bit more. Let's create a little bit more shadow onto the right part. Just like that. And of course, around the eyes continue that shadow is over there and inside the eye and just over here. To create a little bit of depth. Nice. Going in body for, for the body. Create first the shadow of the hand. Just by going down and up, lifting the pencil. Just like that. Create a little bit of shadow here and there. And go into the white and start to create what a downward motion a little bit of for just going down. If it seems like it's too straight, Just do it. Just changed the direction of the pencil. You'll see it just about now. Just create smaller drags up to of the pencil and do like movements to one side and then to the outer side, as you can see, first to the left and then to the right. And it creates different kinds of hairs going in different directions. And adding a little bit more of an interesting shape of an interesting for. Now for the tail. The same thing. Just go over. This tail has a little bit of highlight on the left part of the tip of the tail and then the it goes inside. So it has the shadow part on the right side going in and creating those highlights first? Yes. Like that. Dragging it into the auto color and at the end of the tail just over there. Perfect. Going in with some longer. For an end create. Just the shadow went some darker gray. As it can see. If you go very fast, it starts to create a more organic feel. So you'll need to add a lot more layers on top of each other to create the for effect. Okay, you can also go on small parts and create that same effect by going with the pencil in one direction and the other direction. This is just like an, a shape, like v-shape but upside down. So it will be explained a little bit further once we go in and do the other for just like that. And don't forget for the ears. Just over there. As you can see, the V-shaped, it just goes in a V-shape, an upside down V shape, pyramid shape. And it goes like that because it creates small, beautiful hairs and difference in between them. It just, it doesn't just create a straight down for because that looks unnatural. Hairs go all for, goes all along the way everywhere in a certain direction. Creating a little bit more shadows with the darker gray, and then going in with the lighter gray to create this interesting effect and the white to create more layers of the fur. Let's create a little bit more highlight on the left-hand side of the face just over here. That looks just about perfect. And there you go. This step is done as well. 7. Orange fur: Okay, going on. Hence layer and selecting the lighter shade from the body, you can start to first alpha lock the layer, and then start with the crisscross or the v-shaped for making. As you can see, it's more evident. Once you zoom in. You can also do some shading, just going and in a line. Create this interesting for effect as you can see, if you go into lines from one side to the other, it creates this interesting effect of her just like that beautiful organic for over here on the lower part and continuing the for on the side of the hand. And at the end where the Paul meets the actual arm. Just like that, you can go in the more light color and start to add some for this way. Just a little bit. Being careful not to go on a different direction, just going. And small v shapes, just like that. On the end of the hand just over here. And at the beginning on the lower part, where the light hits it. Going in the lighter shade, you can go over and create another layer just like that. So it doesn't seem like fire. Just blending everything. Keep in mind to raise up the then off the iPad. So it doesn't create some circles. Now for this, you are going to need to make a little bit of adjustment to the capacity of the brush and make just a tad more. For point. This part just increase the opacity and start making another layer of for this side because that light hits a little bit more on this side. Okay. And over here as well at the armpit. Going in. For the other hand, you can start already with the lightest part, which is on the left-hand side of the hand. Now you can go in with the color of the body and create some more for. First on the hand, just go at your own pace. You don't have to go this fast. You can go a little bit slower, make the fur look even better. Just like that going in the direction of the hands, like that dictates the direction of the fur. And just like that, you can start to create some small for on the and where the light hits it from the left side and going down and going back and forth. Brush mark. You can start to see how beautiful differ, starts to look like that. And let's see. We can add a little bit more to the other hand, just a tiny bit. And let's go on to the orange fur layer. And first you would need to alpha locket, alpha lock. And then start with the nose part. This is going to be a very, very highlighted area. Just going the way that the shape of the nose and the mouth goes. And just like that, you can go on the side and also do a little bit of a circle just to blend a little bit. Going in with a darker tone, you can start to add just above a little bit of a shadow. And this will create the same separation you've used for the eyes. It will create and make the lighter part of the snout stand out even more because it's next to a dark bar going in what a darker shade. Just like that. Just crisscrossing is going back and forth. Then worried if you go over the orange below, you can now go into the orange and add even more for this time, calling with the shape of the nose of the snout. Can do a little bit of circles as well to make a thick, thick for now. Going in and doing the same technique now differ on its forehead goes up and then fans out to the sides. So you can go up and down with the same V-shaped motion, remembering to raise up the pen off the glass. And then going in with some smaller parts on the left side, right by the eye. This starts to fan out on Going towards, as the for the white part goes. So try to mimic that as well. Just going inside and making the part of the eyebrow just the little bit, just following the same for, because these firms actually start from the same. They're not, they're not there and they start from the same part of the Fox had. So they follow the same trajectory going up, as you can see, very fast end going over once again, those areas. As you go up, they start to follow the path, just fanning out. And just going like that. It can see this is a very fast and loose way of creating and shading with, for this brush is absolutely amazing and it comes with the program. So very, very cool. Now, going on to the right side, this will be the shaded side, the more dark part. First, let's add another layer onto the middle of the head. This is a little bit further from the edge, so it creates a little bit more light on there as you can see, and a little bit more. And for the right far too, you can start to add just around the eye a little bit of for just over there and at the top. Continuing now, going in with the darker shade, it can start to add some shadows. And just like that, very easy to add. Just hairs that are a little bit darker. You can go into middle a little bit just to add a little bit more of an interesting look. Perfect. As you can see, it creates a little bit more depth and around the eyes you can go and shade out some small little patches as well as going in and blending the little bit more. The part right above the nose. Perfect, looks for delicious, for delicious. And going in with some more highlights on the left-hand side, just to indicate a lot more light. Just over there. Gorges. Now for the part under the arm just going in and changing a little bit of for just over there. Easily making nice. Now going in for the tail just on the left-hand side, creating this for very fast and nice. You can go very, very quick. And for the bottom, just adding some hairs in the direction where the body, so you can create a separation between the tail and the body. And going in very fast on the left side to create the shadows. Now, on the top side you can start to add even more hairs to create more light near the middle of the left barks. And there you go, the orange fur is done. We're gonna do a little bit of highlights later. 8. Last layer: Okay, now selecting all the layers and going to the Transform tool you can make on the uniform. You can go and make the fox a little bit bigger so it fits the size of the canvas almost perfectly. There you go. Going on the brown firm, doing the underling, the drawing assist, and going into a lighter shade of the threads with the same brush, the flowing hair, and start to go in the edge. Just over here. It might need a little bit of a different color. So let's go and create that color. Let's select first the same color and then increase the capacity, the colour towards a lighter shade. And as you can see, we can do a little bit of shading with this hair color. Just like that. The goal here is to blend the two together. That to the white and think for just over there. The for is being here because there is skin showing through. And going in. And putting that on the color palette, going in with the eraser, knowing to touch ups and flowing hair, we can start to erase a little bit of the edge to create. Let's make the brush a little bit smaller and create breakdown the edge. So it looks better. Now go in with the color and blend those two together. Nice and beautiful. As you can see, the edges are barely visible. And just going over. Now you can go into the color to white and put a little bit of white on top of it as well. Just so it creates a more smooth transition. And you can also go back into the pink and create the same transition as well. Just going back into the pink and go over the white. So it creates a transition. Blending the two together. Wonderful. Looks, perfect. Now at the top of the year, it should be a lot more for a lot more of this pink because that's, the more transparent yours have this way of being transparent at the top because they're a lot less thick. And also on the side you can go and add a little bit of has. Now for the year, we're going to do the same, just going over the edge first, just to Adam layer. Just like that. Very fast. Doing the same procedure. And blending in, going on the white, racing a little bit of the edge with the same brush. Don't worry, if the background is showing to, you can always go back in and color that width. For now selecting a darker color, he can add this being on the shadow side, it should have less pink, less of that intense orange, pink. And hopes. And going back and putting just a little bit more. So it blends, deleting this color and starting to add even more of this. For now, selecting the less intense white, you can start to blend a little bit of white fur in-between, just going up. Just like that. Very nice and smooth. And of course, some brown. For the brown part. It's, it's on the same layer. It can go in and add some round to the ears, just a brown for going with the same shapes. Doesn't matter if you have a lock on or not. Just be sure your stay in the shape and didn't go overboard. Just a little bit, goes a long way. Just batches here and they're nice. And for the outer one, focus more on the left-hand side. Just like that. You can go into the bank side a little bit. If it happens, it's okay. And adding a little bit more. Just at the bottom. Nice. And you can also go onto the nose layer, inking, syrup brush, and start to add a little bit of gray. You can find it on the pellet over here and add some highlights on the nose. Just like that. Let's undo that big one and added some small dots. Now with the auto y t can add on top just a few more dabs of color. Perfect. Now with the black, you can start to make. Mouth is going down and to the side into a smile. Just like that. Beautiful, innocent smile. Of course, you can erase a little bit if you want that first. You can also go on to the star layer and just create, take the color. You're going to have it on the polite already and add a little bit more color to the star, as well as going into the Transform tool. You can also erase a little bit of the shape and erase a little bit of the mouth as well. Going into the star, transform and make it a little bit smaller. Like that, so it goes into the mouth of the fox. Nice. And you can also edit a little bit of the shape with the brush. With the same color. Agenda eraser as well. Just making those star legs hands, however you want to call them. Just making them a little bit bigger and a little bit more defined. Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star. Fox hands. You are very nice. Now. Digging a little bit of this orange, making it a little bit brighter, little bit more yellow. You can go into the flowing hair onto the orange fur and start adding a little bit more of this lighter. For these are the crammed luck rim of the highlights. So don't go overboard just on a little bit. It creates big difference. If you put them everywhere, then they're not special anymore. It just makes it a little bit more interesting if you make, if you have them sparingly. Now, go on to the hands. Select this beautiful color and start indicating more the hands part. The ball. Just like that. You can also erase a little bit of the shape of the hand if it's too big on one bar, on one side than the outer. That's like that. Very nice. A little bit smaller. Go into the star and select the stark color, the inking, and put in that dot. Okay, perfect. You can now go in and add another layer and call it light. This will make the star twinkle. Perfect. Now go into air, brush, softer brush, make it very small, about a third away down. Just like that. We can test it and go into the layer N and go into, lighten. This very important. Just like that, you can start to draw on the beautiful star. We are going to need to make a different color, a little bit more. White. It's not light enough, as you can see. So let's do the saturation a little bit lower and you can start to see how much more of a difference it makes. Just like that, go around the star and create a little bit of light. You can create a little bit of light onto the pause and the white for a little bit and start to see how much it changes. Now, create the, take the yellow and added a little bit to the middle. Just so you can make that line a little bit more yellow. Can see how much it crinkles, how much it lights up. The areas. Don't worry about the part over the nodes. We are going to erase that. Beautiful. Now, you can go in any race with the air brush. Maybe make it a little bit softer, press a little bit more light and edit the light just a little bit. The edges, making it just over there go into hue saturation and brightness and increase the brightness and saturation just to make it even more. Light. Just like that, add a little bit more yellow. Go in and do a pure white on top. Just over here. And a little bit more yellow with the inking syrup brush, you can start to go in a little bit less saturated and add some more dimension to the star because the edges have been lost. Okay, so with the same inking brush, you can go with the airbrushed. You can now start to go onto the edges and finish the Star. And just like that, adding a few more touches, looking back at how kids he looks, you can add a little bit of yellow. Just make the small part test may add to the eyes a little bit of yellow. So the star reflects just over there. And as you can see, this is still on the light layer. Crease the size and decrease the opacity. Just like that, the star reflects the eyes. Nice, perfect. Now, the nose part can be erased. And there you go. This fox is finished. Wasn't that easy and fun. Thank you so much for taking this course and being part of this community. If you are gracious enough, you are going to leave a review and post your awesome creation. Thank you so much and see you in the next one. Have a wonderful day.