STICKER SHOCK! Create an iMessage sticker pack

Jesse LeDoux, Illustrator, Artist, Designer

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8 Videos (38m)
    • Intro

      2:04
    • Class Overview

      1:56
    • Various Approaches

      2:46
    • Concepting

      7:44
    • Digitizing

      5:46
    • Incorporating Animation

      4:49
    • Importing into XCode

      11:05
    • Wrap-Up

      1:46

About This Class

Can't find the perfect sticker to send a friend? Make your own! Join artist Jesse LeDoux — former Art Director of Sub Pop Records and character designer for Disney, Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network — as he shows how easy (and fun) it is to create a sticker pack for IOS iMessages. This 38-minute class will open your mind to endless sticker possibilities as you explore Jesse's thought process and watch him create a sticker pack. This class focuses on the concept and development of your sticker pack. It will not include how to submit it to the App Store (though I will link to a thorough tutorial in the class notes)

You should take this class if you're interested in creating digital stickers. Designers, artists, and illustrators of all skill levels welcome, though some knowledge of Photoshop or Illustrator would be helpful. By the end, share your sticker pack designs with the class for feedback, inspiration, and encouragement.

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One of the best classes on Skillshare I've come across. Jesse is a great teacher and so clear with the instructions. I had so much fun creating my first sticker pack!
Great class. Very clear and concise!
Jesse helped to de-mystify sticker creation. He’s a good teacher. I’ll be taking a bunch of classes from him.

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Jesse LeDoux

Illustrator, Artist, Designer

Born in Portland, Oregon, Jesse LeDoux worked for many years as an art director for Seattle-based Sub Pop Records where he created iconic album and poster artwork for such artists as the Shins ('Best album packaging' Grammy nominee for Chutes Too Narrow), Iron and Wine and Death Cab for Cutie before leaving in 2004 to focus on his client-based and personal work at LeDouxville.

Parallel to working on commercial illustration and collaborative projects for such clients as Starbucks, Nike,...

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