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Shadow Lettering Effects: Digital Lettering with Procreate

teacher avatar Alisiah Hug, Lefty Hand Letterer

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Lessons in This Class

12 Lessons (46m)
    • 1. Introduction

      0:39
    • 2. Basic Drop Shadow

      4:37
    • 3. Sticker Drop Shadow

      2:55
    • 4. Neon Glow Shadow

      3:43
    • 5. Extended Drop Shadow

      5:13
    • 6. Textured Shadow

      5:13
    • 7. Ribbon Shadow

      5:28
    • 8. Standing Shadow

      3:38
    • 9. Embossed/Engraved Shadow Illusion

      4:43
    • 10. Words Shadowing Each Other

      3:32
    • 11. Flashlight Shadow

      5:00
    • 12. Project

      0:54
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About This Class

After I learned the basics of digital hand lettering, I started looking for ways and new techniques to spice up my hand lettering work. I wanted to change the way the lettering looked and give it some depth somehow, and so I began experimenting with different ways to create a shadow effect in Procreate.

Now I am sharing things I’ve taught myself how to do and techniques I have learned to add shadowing effects to my lettering, and now to yours.

In this class,  I will be teaching a variety of different shadowing effects that you can use in your digital hand lettering. Currently they include (I may add more in the future :)

  • Basic Drop Shadow
  • Sticker Drop Shadow
  • Neon Glow Shadow
  • Extended Drop Shadow (& Multiple Extended Drop Shadows)
  • Textured/Patterned Shadow
  • Ribbon Shadow
  • Standing Shadow
  • Embossed/Engraved Shadow Illusion
  • Words Shadowing Each Other
  • Flashlight Distorted Shadow

We will be using the iPad, Apple Pencil/Stylus, and the app Procreate. Familiarity with hand lettering on Procreate is key to making the content most accessible for you. So, if you have never worked with procreate before, I would highly suggest taking one of the many wonderful Procreate overview classes offered on Skillshare before joining me here :)

The project for this class will be:

  • To create your own lettered piece using one (or more :) of the styles and methods I have shown you in this class
  • If you’d like you can share why you chose the one you did (i.e. what drew you to that particular style?)

I cannot wait for you to join me in this class and to be able to see what you create!

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Alisiah Hug

Lefty Hand Letterer

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Welcome! My name is Alisiah (uh-lissie-uh) and I am lefty hand letterer. I went to school for teaching, but along the way I fell in love with hand lettering and I am here on Skillshare to combine the two. My heart is to share impactful messages through hand lettering. Modern calligraphy is more than pretty writing, it is a platform from which to impact others. In my work I want there to be a message, some meaning behind the piece. For it to be a conversation starter, a reminder of encouragement, a tool to lift others up and empower them.

When I'm not teaching or hand lettering, I am probably dancing, anytime anywhere. I am addicted to learning, I love figuring out how things work or how to do new things. I will eat just about any ice cream that has cookie dough or cake b... See full profile

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1. Introduction: Hello and welcome to shadow lettering effects digital lettering with appropriate if we haven't met yet. My name is Melissa and I am a teacher and hand letter where my heart is to use lettering to share impactful messages and to be able to empower you to do the same. In this class, we will be using the iPad, an apple pencil or stylus with the APP procreate, and I will be showing you a variety of different methods to create drop shadows and other phone kinds of shadows to bring some style and spice up your digital. The hand lettering, Let's get started. 2. Basic Drop Shadow: in this lesson, I will be showing you how to create a basic drop shadow. As you couldn't see, the lettering has just a little bit of a shadow underneath. And I will also be showing you how you can add a texture on top using a clipping mask. Let's get started, art. So I went to start with lettering. My quote. All right, Now I'm going to duplicate my layer and so you can see what I'm doing A little bit easier. I'm going to change the car. My top player. So for me, I like to turn on our flock by siding it. And I like to just use large airbrush to paint over it. And then I'll turn up clock back off by sliding under to get. So now I'm going to select the bottom layer. I'm gonna go to the most that I'm going to move the bottom layer where I want it to be so you can move your shadow up. You could move it down, do it inside other side could be a corner or any combination of these so you can decide where you want your shadow to be. Now, with selected I'm gonna go to the adjustments magic wand and I'm gonna stock to gas Sembler and you can decide where you want it. I like to keep it around 10% and then we'll go back to a magic wand, select capacity, and again, you can choose how dark or light you want the shadow to be. I think I'll keep it somewhere in the middle. And then if you decide you want to move it somewhere else, you can select it, and again you can adjust it. Maybe you want up, down or if you want, you can move it a little further away. So it looks more like you're worth of floating. Or you can keep it right up close to your words. Totally your choice. No going to change the top layer back to black because I'm going to use a clipping mask quick without a flock. Gonna use the airbrush brush over it. So now I'm going to grab a photo by going to the wrench in sort of photo panoramic. Stretch it, make sure it's covering my words. I'm gonna check to make sure that it is on top of the layer. I want to clip it to. So I'm going to tap earlier. Go down to clipping mask. Just hit that. No. My lettering has a cool water camera texture as well as the shadow underneath. I could also move this layer. I want to just what's showing you could also use Instead of using an insert image, you could also just do a new layer I to I like to fill it with white failure. So your top the picture Phil ear. But you wait Hillyer And then you could use some textures like the clouds air sometimes fun to use someone to the color I get to go to my layers Gonna move this out of the way I want my layer to be right above the where I want to clip it to top clipping mask and how has a texture 3. Sticker Drop Shadow: All right. So this next one I call sticker drop shadow. I totally just made that up. But I feel like it looks like your lettering is on a sticker with that white edge around it . And so now we'll be showing you how to do that in this lesson. Let's get started. First, I'm going to start with lettering my quote and I'm using a watercolor lettering brush. And this one's I was a little more transparent. I'm gonna go to my layers and I went to select it from the options. And now I'm gonna use a hard airbrush and I want to paint over it so that it's darker quantity selected. Now I'm going to go to my layers duplicated two times so that I have three of them. I would hide the top layer so that I can focus on the second layer. No, I want to select it again. This time I'm going to paint it with white, and I'm gonna paint over a few times to get it really saturated De selected. And now I want to go back to my layers, show the top layer again, and now I'm going to move them starting with that white layer selected, I'm going to turn the backward off, so that way you can see it better. So I moved my white layer, and now I'm going to select my bottom layer and move it to wear. Wanted to be, You know, right now it looks a bit like an Oreo sandwich. Now I'm going to add some Gaussian blur to that bottom layer. And I usually like to stick around 10% somewhere. Must a gun to adjust the capacity. And you could have just this anywhere, any way you want. I know I turned the background back on, and I have my lettering and I want to add a clipping mask to add a little bit more style. First, I'm going to quickly adjust the layers to make sure they're right where I want them to be. All right. I think that looks good. How I'm going to go to my insert an image and want to make sure it's above the layer. I want to clip it to going to turn it. So that way it fits on top of the lettering selected that I'm gonna go down clipping mask and now have a fun watercolor lettering with a sticker drop shadow 4. Neon Glow Shadow: in this lesson, we'll be creating lettering that looks like it has a neon glow, like a neon sign. Let's get started first. I am going to start by choosing my colors, and I'm going to need some sort of neon colors and I'm going to need one that is a, uh when that's a slightly brighter hue. So we're sure find the color. I want that. I'm also going to choose one that's just a little bit darker, all right. And now I am going to create a new layer than for the bottom layer. I want to make that my background. So I'm gonna choose my background color, which will be black going to fill the layer and then I'm gonna go back to the top layer, and I am going to go back and grab the lettering brush, and then I wouldn't go and grab my lighter color. So I'm going to quickly let her my word. Make sure you have the right color. Move quick. Now I will duplicate that layer, and when I select the bottom one and I want to click on the icon, or you can also use Alfa Lock, Um, could you select Oregon. Choose Alfa Lock. Want to hide that top layer so I can see it? Choose the darker color now and I want to use an airbrush. The hard airbrush. Make sure it's good size and just brush over it to make a look darker. It's only slightly darker, so it's hard to tell right here. But it is darker. Fell down award to turn. No, I went to turn my top layer back on. And with that layer, I want to ad some Gaussian blur from the magic wand, and then you can decide how big or small you on it. Right now we're not focused on how the covering looks will fix that in a minute. Right now, you want to decide how large you want the glow to expand or if you just want it to be a little glow away from your letters. So I'm gonna decide what I want quick. Then I'm gonna go back to my layers, click on the icon, select it. I'm gonna go select my dark color. Then go back to that hard airbrush Sanders gonna swipe over the glow and I can swipe over as many times as they want to make it his darkest I want or I can keep it light. I'm just gonna show you quick how that can look can keep swiping to make it really bright where you can keep it dim It's totally up to you he selected and now we have our neon glow shuttering. 5. Extended Drop Shadow: in this lesson, I'm going to show you how to create a drop shadow that is a bit more extended, like this one, that I will also show you how you can create multiple sort of jumbled shadows. So to start, I will begin with choosing some colors. I'm going to need a lighter in a darker one, Um, for my lettering. So I'm going to start with a lighter blue as well as a darker blue. Then I will select my lighter color, select my lettering brush, and I will start lettering. My work just gonna move it quick and I'm gonna go to my layers going to duplicated. Then I was like my bottom layer, selective turn off the top layer for now. Then I would grab my darker color. I'm going to use the airbrush and I'm going to paint over it in that darker color that were to de select it. Then go back to my layers, show the top layer again. And now with the bottom layer, I'm going to go over to the motion blur and you can decide which way you want. The shadow to go can go really in any direction. You want it. You can decide how far once you have it, how you like it. Then you will go to the mouse to move it so that it is in line with your lettering. Now I'll go back to my layers, put in the account selected and brush over it. You should have my brush and brushing over in that darker color. I'm just gonna keep brushing over until it is as dark as I would like it. You know, you could keep it just with, like, the way the motion blur waas. And if you or if you want, you can add the starker shading in. So I'm just gonna brush it really dark for Knox. I can adjust the opacity later. Be selective and I can see is a little off. So I'm gonna move it now. I'm gonna add just a little bit of Gaussian Blur just to soften that up. I usually like to keep it around 10% but it can vary a little bit, depending on whatever you would like it to be that I had gonna bring down the a pass ity. And again you can bring this to wherever you would like it. I wanna go to my layers. We want to create a background, make sure it's at the bottom and I'm actually gonna choose a lighter color. I chose the middle color, but I think I actually would like uneven, lighter color for it to bring a little more contrast. Let's try that, Phil Layer. And I think I like that. So now we have our extended drop shadow, and I am going to show you next how you can add another drop shadow to make it look like there are multiple light sources and kind of make a little bit of a jumbled sort of look so duplicated the layer of the shadow. No, I add some more motion blur in whatever direction you bike. I think I'm just gonna do a little bit. Put it in line with my lettering again, and there you could leave it like this, or you can brush over it and I'll show you that. Make sure you select it and still like the darker color is that airbrush again. Brush over as many times and again, you can always use opacity to bring it back down, So then you can also play with a little bit to see where you would like the shadow to be. You can see how you would like it if you like it one more jumbled or if you want it more in line. So I'm just gonna move in a little bit, All right? And there we have our extended drop shadow with multiple shadows. 6. Textured Shadow: in this lesson, I will be showing you how to create a textured shadow. As you could see, I have some kind of diagonal tick marks, and I will be showing you how you can do that and also other patterns that you might want to do. I also added a little bit of highlight in here, which you can do or not to. All right, I'm going to start by lettering. My word. Move it quick, then then I'll go to my layers duplicated. And now I want my let's see, I want my bottom layer to be the same color as the background. In this case, that'll be white. So I want to select it or could use, um, Alfa Lock. Look, I've done before. I think I'll use after lock this time, but a grab white grabbing airbrush, then a brush over it. But I'm going to hide the top like so you can see it and hide the background so that you can see better. I know that I have my white layer on going to turn off, lock off, though, by sliding it over, and I want to create a new layer right above it. because I'm going to use a clipping mask in a little bit. So I'm gonna grab just a color, grab my brush again, make sure it's pretty small. Now, I'm gonna start with making my line. Now you can make a line, then press down with your pen and it will turn it into a straight line. Sure that again. Quick, hold it, press down. Then you'll see it snap into a straight line. Snap. All right. And that it would move it quick. Now I want to duplicate it, but I'm gonna move it over, making sure Magnetics are on down below. Slide it over that I want to merge them by pinching them together. So now they're one merged player. I'm gonna duplicate that layer. Going to move that over just a little bit. No, I'm going to merge those two and duplicated again. Just going to keep repeating this. Just making sure that my lines look lined up Pension again. Make sure duplicate it and move it over. Pinching again. Duplicated. Gonna move it. Just all of it because I don't think it's lined up quite how I want it. I want to make sure that all of the word gets covered by the lines. I'm just gonna move it over and move. That brother went over quick and no, have it mostly covered. Beginning to smooth a little bit more. So I get that the dot of the J Just a quick little adjustment. No, I think it's good. Do you select it? Um, now I'm gonna go tap on the icon. The image icon thing. Go, uh, to clipping mask making sure it's right above that white lettering layer. And so now it clipped right to it. When you turn the background back on, turn the top layer back on. No, Make sure I select the top layer. I'm gonna move it. So that way I can see my textured shadow. So, as you can see, have a texture shadow with some lines. And now you can also use other textures as well. Um, most gonna add some highlights. I think this part's totally optional, of course, around with that, and like I said, you can dio other patterns that you want in the background, like it's a clipping mask onto a layer. Following that same process we did. I'll show you how we can turn that into a checker toward a pattern. So I created a new layer and duplicated the layer. Sorry. Then I'm going to that. I flipped it horizontally, and now it looks like it is a crisscross sort of checkered. And this is how you would create a texture drop shadow. 7. Ribbon Shadow: This next style is sometimes called a ribbon shadow because it looks like the text is wrapping around like a ribbon would, and it looks like it has a bit of depth to it. So let's get started first. I am going to start by choosing some colors. I'm going to need a kind of a lighter one and the one that's a little bit dark room in it for the shadow. I'm going to start with a lighter color for my lettering, then grab my lettering brush and then a quick, just better my word for you. Move a little. So now I'm going to create a new layer. Then I went to click on the icon of the lettering lier selected, then go back to my top layer because I want to keep my lettering in the confines of the lettering because you can see So by selecting the bottom layer and then going back to the top layer, I can stay in that shape and not ruin my fluttering leer. So I'm gonna grab a soft airbrush to use on the top to make my shadows. So right now I am in that top layer above the lettering and so I to keep it straight. I like to think of the down strokes as being in front and the up strokes being behind. So I'll grab my shadow wherever the upstroke meat fat down stroke. So when I resume in so I could see a little better No. Right there where they would meet right there. My down with me, My up here. My up would go behind that down stroke Then up is gonna be behind the down is gonna be a little messy. Very noble. Edit that in a bit. So just get the kind of shading where we'll want those shatters. Where? Right here, where the up would meet down again. There's curves round and as it goes behind now I'm also going to add a little bit of Gaussian Blur just to soften it up once. That's good. I want to go to my eraser, selecting the heart airbrush again. I'm gonna make it pretty small, even smaller. And now I want to erase the parts where they would overlaps. Right now, the down stroke am erasing the shadow off of that because that part will be in front. And now it looks like the other part is behind it. Now when I go to the bottom, the curves could be tricky. I really want to make sure that my line that erase following the curve and it could take a few tries to get that how you want it. So really trying to keep that same line of the curve. Now, up here, where my top is meeting my down stroke for my Oh, now again, trying to keep and I on that curve and really try and match it. I'd be racing for my town stroke again, needing to match that curve racing river up meat. Sit down. You could take a few tries to get it. How you want it toe can, really trying to match that curve it. It takes a lot of practice to get that All right. Now, as you can see, it looks like the text is wrapping around itself. It has a kind of depth in the backward. You can also adjust the A pass ity again, too, if you want the showers to be a little lighter. But now we have our ribbon lettering that looks like it's wrapping around 8. Standing Shadow: all right for this Next one will be creating a standing shadow, making it look like our word is standing on the legs. So to speak of the letters, we'll also be adding a spotlight to kind of make it look like it's on stage. Almost. So I'm gonna use the lettering I did from the last lesson. And then I want to go to players, create a new layer that I'm gonna move it underneath for the background color. So I'm gonna go to my colors. I'm just gonna choose the color I think would look nice with it dot com failure. I like the contrast that this has. So we're going to go to my airbrush, then going to gonna make a little smaller, going to select the darker color of my word so that it looks more like a shadow got in my layers, make a new layer right above the background. Just create a little like circle using that software brush right under where it looks like the word would be standing. Now I am going to go over to motion Blur. There's gonna pull it sideways a little bit to kind of soften that up and you can do it. It's big or a small issue wanted. Just play around till you like it. Them. I think I also want to adjust the opacity of those shadows. Can you could bring it were however darker let you want them to be Now back to my layers. Uh, both the background color would create another layer. This time I'm gonna add my kind of spotlight. So I'm gonna go grab like, a nice, bright, warm yellow, then using that fact airbrush still make it fairly big. Then select it and stretch it out. Great. And now I am also just gonna add for fun. I think I'm just gonna add some little flowers so we'll create a new layer about my lettering going to grab one of the blue colors, go back to my lettering brush was gonna drop some little flowers just for fun to look like it's on stage. And flowers and b are being thrown. All right. And this is our standing spotlight shadow piece 9. Embossed/Engraved Shadow Illusion: in this lesson, I will be showing you how to create a embossed or engraved sort of shadow. And now this is totally an illusion. So for me, that one looked like carved out and the other one looks a raised to me, So it's totally illusions or two. You might look the other way around to get started. I will start by choosing my colors. Get any light medium in a dark hand. I we'll start with lettering in the medium color, which is also going to be the same color as my background. But for now, I'm gonna keep the background Wait. But my watering brush and letter in that middle color just move it quick. And now I'm going to duplicate it two times so that I have three of them. And now the middle layer is gonna be a lighter color. The highlight. So you gonna there select it where you can do Alfa lock is in my light blue color. Now I'm going to hide that layer, Then go to the bottom layer, which will be my kind of darker shadow so willing to grab my darker color brush over that with a hard airbrush I'm gonna turn off layer back off off a lock. Sorry. Turn them all back on just so you can see the layers. We're going to move them around and adjust. Um, So I'm gonna move the highlight first, and I'm gonna bring it kind of up into this corner. There's a little bit I'm gonna grab that bottom shadow here. Gonna bring it in the opposite direction of what? My highlight ISS? No. I'm going to give them both a little bit of calcium blur to soften it up. Now I'm going to create a new layer. Move it to the bottom. This will be met background going to grab that middle color, go to the icon, select fill earlier. And now, to me, this one looks like it is raised. But you can play around with the highlight in the shadow to see what kind of illusion you can create for yourself. Just going to show the opposite. So I'm gonna bring the highlight down to the other corner. I'm gonna bring the shadow up towards the top and now, to me, this looks like it's carved, but to you, it might look like it's raised, so I am going to actually turn them into a layer by sliding and selecting them all in clicking group, and we're to duplicate the group. I just want to show you them side by side. So I'm gonna move one of the groups and I'm going to switch the highlight in a shadow again . Now you can see side by side and again, it's definitely a matter of perspective with this one, which could be really fun. And if you want, you can also add a little bit of glow in the background. So I like to use the, um, grab the lightest color using. I want to use the soft airbrush and make it as big as I can, Then just stretching it out in this can. It's going kind of enhanced the effect a little bit. All right. And now we have both our, um in Boston and grave 10. Words Shadowing Each Other: In this next one, we will be creating a shadowing style where it looks like one word is on top in front of the other, leaving a shadow on that bottom word. So to begin with, it grabs from colors going to need a lighter and darker. So grab grab whatever color you want when you use this mint. And now that's gonna be for my top words. So that way it's kind of brighter. Looks more like it's closer to you in front. They're going to get a darker color, and that's gonna be for the bottom word to make it look like it's kind of darker hidden further way underneath that other word. Then I were to start with a dark color in letter My What's gonna be my bottom word? Grab my lettering brush. I'm just gonna move it quick. I want to grab my letter color, make a new layer. No, I'm going to let her my top word. Then you can move around and adjust it. How you want the words to be next to each other? No, I am going to pick a color for the background. That will also be the color for my shadow. I'm going to duplicate the top word. And now I'm going to select the second the one that that's on the bottom turning off a lock , grab the hard air, brush and brush over it and hide the tops. You can see it No one to turn the top layer back on Now turn off a lot off And like we did with the extended shadow going to add some motion blur, get me to make it as big or as small of a shadow as you'd like. And, well, just the color in a minute. So why to click on the image, select it, then grab the airbrush. Oops. Make sure how that airbrushed. I'm just gonna swipe over it to make it darker. And I can adjust capacity later. So right now I'm just gonna make it pretty talk. You know what? To de select it and create a new layer. Move it to the bottom because this will be my back home color. Know what to fill it with a gray color. And I think I'm gonna go back and adjust the capacity so select a shadow layer, go to rapacity, then you can decide If you want to be very think shadow or a darker shadow, then you can de select it. And then we have our lettering. That looks like one word is above in the other word is below it. 11. Flashlight Shadow: for this shadow, we will be creating a kind of flashlight distorted shadow sort of look like a flash light is shining at her word and kind of projecting that distorted shadow to begin. I am going to go and choose my colors. I'm gonna need a light medium in a dark, have a light color, bring it down to grab a slightly darker bring it down to grab darker. So I have my three colors and I also will need a background. So I'm going to use the start gray that I have gonna actually start with a dark gray. We just select the icon, fill the layer, create a new layer and I want to grab a nice, warm yellow to kind of be that spotlight grabbed a soft airbrush Then kind of tap gonna make it a little smaller and stretch it out So it's softer Sonora my background and my glow create a new layer and grab that middle pink color. So now I'm going to grab and I grabbed my lettering brush. Now let turn my word. No, I will duplicate that layer because I'm going to need a shadow for it. So I'm gonna make that bottom one of those to the same Congress background. So I'm gonna hide the top layer so we can see what we're doing. You can either select it for turning out the look like we've done before, grabbing the gray, grabbing a hard airbrush and then just sweeping over. I think I'm actually gonna turn off a lock on to make sure you get all that pink away. I want to turn the layer back on turned top layer back home. And now you can select multiple by having one selected sliding the other, and now you can move them both. So now we went to select the shadow layer the gray one. And if you press down, you can distort. The shape is pressing down on those corners, press down and pressing down on that old pull in kind of weird ways So you can kind of play around with this and see how you would like your flashlight shadow to be. So again, you pushed out on that quarter and it'll kind of kind of snap a little bit, and then it I'll start moving in in different directions. So once you have it, how you like it. Then you can go to calcium Learjets to give it a little bit of softness, like a shadow. I'm gonna bring it about 10% ish. No, I'm gonna go back to my layers. So, like the top. But I want to make a new layer above the lettering Lear. But I actually want to select the lettering layer. So that way I stay within the confines of that shape without ruining my lettering layer. So now we're gonna use those other two colors. I want to use the light pink. Don't do that on top, where it looks like the flashlight is hitting the word. Just brushing that light color kind of in the direction of the distorted shadow didn't grab the darker color. And bring that along the bottom in that same kind of angle of the shadow. Then once you're done with that, you can add, you can see how it's just in that separately or not on your lettering lier. If your colors are blended, you can at a little bit of, um, Gaussian Blur, making sure you turn off the lock on or select the layer. And now we have our flashlight lettering 12. Project: thanks for sticking with me. I know I shared a lot of different techniques and styles, but I hope that leaves you feeling inspired to try this out with your own digital hand lettering. So now it is Project time for the project will choose any one or more of the styles that I have shown you. And you will create your own letter peace and upload it to the project have below. Thank you so much for joining me. I cannot wait to see what you make. If you like to connect with me Beyonce, go share. You can find me on Instagram at Valencia. Megan hug. You can tag me or use the hashtag a hug School share. I cannot wait to see what you make in a beautiful letter Pieces you're going to create. I'd love to be able to cheer you on and share and just be a part of your journey. Thanks again. Happy creating. And I hope to see you in another class by