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Super Easy Procreate: Illustrate an Intricate Autumn Pattern with the Ipad

teacher avatar George-Daniel Tudorache, Together we will create amazing things.

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Lessons in This Class

17 Lessons (2h 24m)
    • 1. Welcome

      0:54
    • 2. Ginger bread man body

      9:17
    • 3. Ginger man bread eyes mouth

      9:29
    • 4. Ginger bread man details frosting

      5:41
    • 5. Pumpkin flavor doughnut

      12:54
    • 6. Doughnut clones

      1:53
    • 7. First autumn leaf

      6:31
    • 8. Second autumn leaf

      9:48
    • 9. Autumn croissant

      8:23
    • 10. Pumpkin

      6:05
    • 11. Autumn apple

      4:49
    • 12. Autmn cupcake

      15:37
    • 13. Pumpkin spice latte

      18:17
    • 14. Pumpkin spice latte finishing touches

      0:36
    • 15. Autumn cookie

      11:26
    • 16. Preparing for the pattern

      7:14
    • 17. Building the pattern. Thank you

      14:47
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After a hot summer, the autumn has come! Prepare yourself to unleash your creativity ! Walking in the park or walking on the streets, they both have something in common: the beautiful colors of the leaves, dark yellow ,brown, red and a touch of green!

Nature is a real master painter! But you can be the same, discover in this course the artist in you and paint some beautiful leaves,pumpkins gingerbread men. You will learn in easy steps how to make the shapes, use the light and make it look detailed.

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After admiring the autumn treasures, you will want to delight yourself with some sweets!

A cup of coffee and a donut, or a croissant and a cupcake? You can have them all! Take this course and study the tips for making these treats and others more, like a gingerbread man! 

One of the most expected events of autumn is Halloween! The main part of this festivity is the gorgeous pumpkin! Used like a food in the form of pie or simply baked, or carved to look like a face with a candle inside, to scare the people, the pumpkin is the legendary vegetable of the Irish traditions, spread all over America. 

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In this course, you will study how to make a beautiful pumpkin, creating the texture and the form, the highlights and color. 

Enjoy this amazing adventure in the world of autumn desserts and why not, invite your friends to join the course!

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For many illustrators and concept artists, Procreate is the go-to program to create mind-blowing art.

Procreate is a fantastic mobile app that makes it easy to draw on your iPad. But it’s really so much more than that. Not only can you create drawings from scratch, but you can also make detailed illustrations, paintings, graphic designs, and more.

Designed to be used with Apple’s tablet and stylus tools,  Procreate gives artists all the benefits of working digitally (the ability to easily delete and correct, create art faster, and to share work instantaneously) while recreating the familiar experience of pens, pencils, and paint on paper. 

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George-Daniel Tudorache

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1. Welcome: Hi, my name is George and welcome to the world of procreate illustration. In today's course, you will learn how to make this wonderful autumn inspired pattern using the Apple pencil, the iPad, and the procreate app, you will make 11 different illustrations. And together they will make this wonderful pattern. Each of the illustrations will be made on different canvases. So you can later use them in different artworks. You will make a wonderful gingerbread man, as well as a pumpkin spice latte. And of course, this wouldn't be Autumn without a pumpkin. If this seems exciting. And it looks like something you wanna do. And then welcome to the course. 2. Ginger bread man body : Okay, so for this step, you will need a 4 thousand by 4 thousand pixels. That is going to be canvas size. This color palette will be available in the Resources you can also created alongside just creating a beautiful grey towards orange, yellow. Very nice. Going into the background and selecting that wonderful grey. Now, making a nice ochre. Maybe a little bit towards the yellow, towards the orange now making it lighter. And going in, making it a tiny bit more yellow and a little bit lighter, just like that. Putting it just on the color palette, just over there and going in and making a very, very white color, making a very dark brown. Just like that. Maybe darker, putting it just below the grey and going even darker, putting it right next to it. And even a 100% black. Very, very nice. Now, you can go in and rename this to body. And this is going to be the body of the gingerbread man. Now selecting the inking brush called syrup. And the yellow. The orange just over here. Very, very nice. You can start to make a circle. Hold down the pencil until it's a circle, and then edit the shape, may get a circle. Very nice. Okay, you can make it a tiny bit smaller and position AT centered, dropped in the color over it. And reduce the threshold. Just like that. You can start to see the head of the gingerbread man. Very, very nice. Now going in for the body with the same brush, very easy to do. Let's make the body, and it has two beautiful stumpy legs drop in the color. And you can connect the neck better. As you can see, the shape is not that complicated. Now you can go into the eraser, going into the syrup brush and make the gap between his legs a little bit, a bit wider. Just to make him seem a lot more cute. Just like that. Perfect. Stumpy legs. And of course you can go back into the brush and make the hands, the hands are very easy to make. Just follow and make kind of a triangle shaped founded at the end. Don't worry if they're not perfectly symmetrical. Gingerbread Man is not symmetrical. You can also erase a little bit of the outline just to make it seem like it's coming out of the body. Nicer. Ok. Now, going and making with that the store tool some adjustments as making him very nice. Maybe making the head a little bit bigger. Let's see how it looks. This is just a tiny bit more interesting, very, very nice. Let's go into another layer, make the layer rename this to shadow. Super easy to do. Now go into the adjustments, make it very, very black. You made it black. Move it a little bit to the right and down, go into Gaza and blur, blurred this down to about 30%, maybe 37, and go into capacity and lower the opacity to about 60%. Very nice. Now, you can go and alpha lock the body, just alpha log it, go into a lighter shade and go to fixtures, choose crane Glut, and with the ringlets selected, let's see first how it looks. Ok. Let's make it bigger. I can start the CWT is very low, so it's very nice. Ok, let's make the Ambassador he hired to see exactly how this looks. The crane glut, very nice. Ok. You can start to see the light bar is on the left side. Perfect. Now you can go into the darker color and make it even darker. Okay. Make it even darker. Very nice. Put that orange down. It will have its already onto the pellet color palette. And just like that, adding this orange in the middle and then adding the base color back over it again just to blend them together a tiny bit, just to make it seem more interesting, very nice. You can add a little bit of a highlight just to the right side going in for some even more intense highlights on the left side. And you can start to see the textures are building up. Now going with the brown and adding some shadow onto the right part, we should probably choose an orange now making a more orange brown. Just like that. Okay, just adding it to the right side of the wonderful Gingerbread Man. Nice. And now, making the sides even more interesting. And this shadow should be just as a line following the right side because it's raising up quite a bit. Just like that. Can start to see the shadow is created, ended. Looks wonderful. And of course, on the outer leg and the hand, left hand, just over there. And you can make it even a tiny bit bigger and darker on the outsides. Very nice. Now you can go in to some lighter colour and edit and softened up a little bit of the edges that are created, go in with the yellow part, just like that, making it more interesting. Very nice. The gingerbread man is wonderful. And there you go. 3. Ginger man bread eyes mouth: Oh, hey, now making another beautiful layer and calling it iss. And Mao. Very nice. Now that those end, of course buttons forgot about the buttons. Now selecting a very dark color and the syrup inking brush. Go in and select the inking brush just like that and make the circle. The circle eyes. Very nice. Make and make them a little bit bigger and a little bit more circular. And it just like that. Duplicate this layer and select it. And of course, you can turn it around this as a very good trick. And you've just made three beautiful buttons. Just like that. Well, to beautiful buttons. Now you're going to make three. Just select it, copy and paste. You now have it on another layer and you can move it down just like that. Three buttons now you can drop and connect everything to be on a single layer. Now you should go and duplicate this layer. Well, yes. Perfect hue saturation and brightness just make it a little bit more saturated and a tiny bit more light, maybe changed a little bit of the color. Okay, this looks just about right. Maybe increase even more. The saturation just over there. Perfect. Very nice. Now they look like a beautiful orange. Okay. Now that you have done that, you can start to increase the size of the buttons underneath. You will make just the kind of a highlight around the buttons and the eyes. You can first move the eyes, select them, move them, make them bigger. And after you've made them bigger. And you can wrap it and position them just about right. Make them just as an outline around the eyes. Very nice. Now you can do the same thing, which each individual button don't do. What I did because this is a very tedious and in practical to change all of them at the same time because you're dealing with three different. Parts that are moving and you're distorting everything. So just select each and every one of them. And once you have done that, you can just you can just select this one and increase the size. Just like that. I can see how much, much more easy it is to do it like this. K, select the outer one, increase the size. Very nice. Go into the last one, do the same. This is very, very easy to do. Test over there. Perfect. Now, you can go in on the first layer and make the mouth. Very nice. This ginger bread man looks happy. Happy gingerbread man. Duplicate the layer and rename it to shadow. This is going to be the shadow of the eyes. This is the lighter part. We've duplicated the lighter layer and increase the darkness of this layer, move it just a little bit down. Is the capacity to about 13%. Very nice. Maybe a little bit less 12% and go into capacity and lower the capacity to about 70, 80%. Perfect. For the mouth. It doesn't need a shadow because it's not up. It's going in. Okay. Go in on the brush this time with the crane glad and merging the layers, but two layers together, the buttons, the eyes, the mouth, everything to be on the same. You can also leave the shadow, let a bit untouched. And you can start to draw in a little bit of a texture onto the right side, left side of the buttons, just like that. Maybe a little bit more inside as a highlight, just over there. Very nice. You can do it for the eyes as well. Let's go in for the buttons first, make them all a little bit smaller with the crane glut brush and going down for the last one night. And select a lighter color just to make the highlight a little bit more intense. And the lighter color for the eyes to make the highlight. The eyes look at how beautiful the highlight is. Okay? And this looks wonderful. And of course, just going in and erasing a little bit of the shadow on the eyes because they didn't look that good. For the buttons. It looks wonderful, but the eyes can be part of the body, just like that. Going in into the body. For the body, you can rename this to highlights. Very nice. Once you've rename it to highlight, you can go in with the same brush, the crinkled brush, and select that white, white, beautiful color. Make it maybe a little bit more yellow and a little bit less intense. Okay, going in and making it very small, we can start to add highlight, just don't connect it to the edge. This is, the highlight has to be a little bit to the right of the edge. So it seems like it raises up the dough of the gingerbread man. Okay, going in for the hand and adding another one just over there. Making the highlight of the hand a little bit longer. Perfect. And for the body as well, you can add it. And this time we can go inside a little bit. Perfect. Can also add it little bit. And just at the edge of the mouth. And right next to the eyes. Making it bigger onto the head. You can add it to the leg as well. And of course, going back in with the yellow, you can smooth out the edges, just making it a little bit less intense on the edges and the ends of the highlights, as you can see. Very nice. This makes it seem like it's part of the wonderful gingerbread man. Okay? You can undo the shadow to see how it looks without the shadow looks wonderful. And there you go. 4. Ginger bread man details frosting: I gave for this one, just make another beautiful layer, rename it to details or deck or however you want. Select the background color and make it a little bit more light. Just like that. Going in with the inking brush and just drawing in on the hands, just a tiny bit of frosting just over there. And on the other hand, of course, just a squiggly line of frosting. This will make the gingerbread man look absolutely gorgeous. And going in when another line on the bottom, just to indicate some wonderful pants. Nice, making it a little bit thicker. And of course, you can make a bow tie and some eyebrows. Look how beautiful it starts to look with the frost thing and the bow tie. Very nice. Perfect. Now, drop in, the color doesn't really look that good with the color. So you can read do it if you want to make the second bowtie look a little bit better. This time it looks wonderful and make the button in the middle of the bow tie. Dislike that. Go in, in with some yellow and alpha locking the layer, you can start to texture it occurring, let just a tiny bit of texture, just adding some texture on to the right part of the frosting. As you can see, it's just adding some beautiful textures onto the right parts. Do this for every single crusting part. So everything needs to have this because in order to put the highlights on them, you need a little bit of a base. Don't worry if there are two yellow to occur. It's good enough. Let's make them a tiny bit more dark. All of them. Very nice. Perfect. Now go in and select once again the lighter part, and you can now start to see the highlights can look much, much better if you select the other lighter colour and focus on making the highlights exactly as you did for the gingerbread man. So they are on the left side of each bark of the frosting. Especially if they just are on well, parallel to the source, the light. So it comes from the top left corner. So if they're going from the just parallel to that, it's going to be very easy to think about them, but don't worry too much. They're not, not that important, but they look interesting. Okay? Because you can see on some humps, you can make the highlight a little bit more intense. Okay, and the last one, just over here. Very nice. You can also play around a little bit with the hue saturation and brightness or reduce the saturation, make them a little bit more bright. Very nice. The frosting now looks a little bit more white. Duplicate the layer, renamed this one to shadow. This is the bottom one. Of course. And going in to the moving parts, just move them a little bit to the right and down, going in with the hue saturation and brightness, make them black. Login blur. Okay, let's undo the alpha log first. Okay? Going into the layer called shadow and undoing the alpha log will you will be able to make the Gaussian blur. This is a very low Gaussian blur, just about 6%. Okay, maybe seven, go to a capacity and lowered the capacity to about 45%. Maybe 504745 is still better. Okay. And there you go. The gingerbread man is done. Perfect. 5. Pumpkin flavor doughnut : Pay for this layer. You're going to need a 4 thousand by 4 thousand pixel. And selecting the background, the color grey in the top left corner of the pulse. And just like that, opening the layers. Selecting a beautiful ochre and with the syrup brush, big, nice Sarah brush, make a beautiful circle just like that. Nice and wonderful. As you could see. Making, though not very nice. Let's make the top a little bit bigger, just like that. Now you can make the doughnut, but bigger, chunkier. Very nice. Now you can go in and erase with the inking brush the outside, making this donut elicit a bit more perfect, perfect two doughnuts. Just over there. And at the bottom as well. Just making the bottom a little bit less thick. Very nice. And as you can see, you can distort a little bit the doughnut n rap to make the center a little bit lower and a little bit more into the center. Nice Center, doe not. You can make it quite beautiful. Lit the wrap tool now. And going in and making another layer, renaming it. If you want to, topping, selecting an orange, you can start to make an, a wavy line. Just like that. Just make small, go bigger, goes smaller. With the topping. Very nice. And in the middle just start to go over the bottom part and then go inside and make the wavy line just below the center line, just like that. And then at the top, just connecting it over the top, just go over, make sure the dough of the doughnut doesn't show up anymore. You can erase and make this a little bit nicer, drop in the color. And the topic ant is done as well. Just like that. Make the color a little bit darker. And go in. Alpha lock the layer. They're nice, go in and select textures. Lake or touch ups. Noise looks a little bit better for shiny objects. Now, you can lower the opacity, make it bigger. You can add this wonderful shadow to the right part, not the left barks. Ok, make it just like that. And you can add it to the right parts just over here on the topping and inside as well, because this has a shadow inside, just on the top side inside. That makes sense. Now, making an lighter orange just to accentuate the light tones, especially around that top left edge and in the middle on the right side of the whole of the doughnut. You can also go in on the layer and alpha log the first layer. It decrease the intensity. You can go in with the darker brown, just like that. And inside the doughnut as well. You can now select the lighter, yellow, just too. Make this just a tiny bit lighter. Now, just below the topping, you can make some shadows, just a tiny bit of shadows. And of course you can go back in to the color and the blending those shadows a tiny bit more, just to have them more interesting, looking perfect. Now you can go back in a little darker color if you want to blend everything together a little bit more. Very nice. Now going back in on the layer, duplicating it. And on the bottom, you can rename this to shadow. The first layer. You can rename this to DOE. Donut. And of course, topping. Perfect. And just like that, the shadow you can undo the alpha lock, go into and put it a little bit lower and to the right. Just like that. Perfect. Click back on to the transform and go into hue saturation and brightness, Make it a 100% black. Go in and do a Gaussian blur of about 25%, reduce the basicity. And there you go, you now have a shadow. Now you can go and make a lighter yellow. Just like that with the inking brush. Go on the topping ad and rename this to flight. Very nice. Made a beautiful yellow with the inking brush. Now, you can just select first the brush, not the eraser, and add some small flakes. Just here. Make a few, just in one side, maybe five, and duplicate this layer selected. Move it around and put it elsewhere. Duplicate again this layer, move it around, this time lower, and rotate it to make it seem different. Replicate the layer once again, put some more sprint goals. You can see how much more easy it is to have this option to duplicate layers. Now, duplicate another layer, merge the bottom for now go into hue saturation and brightness. Color these little bit more dark, make them brown. And of course, you can now move them, duplicate them first, and move them around. But just over here, move the first layer as well, or duplicate it and put it on. Be careful not to overlap some sprinkles. They look better if they're not overlapping. Duplicated once again, about four times or five times, looks wonderful. Okay. And the first one, just go in and select some more sprinkles, copy and paste them, select and move them around. Rotate. Just like that. Duplicated once again to add a few more. Just over here. Maybe if I would've moved the second layer, the first layer, it would have been looking much better, duplicate the last one. The first one actually and change the hue, saturation and brightness that this one make them way, way, lighter. Lot of colour, lot of light. And orange seems to evoke quite well and making them even lighter. Just like that, some white flakes as well. The obligate it. Move it over here. Very nice. Select this one as well. This time moving it. Be careful not to overlap them. Quite nice. Obligated once again, and move it around. Very easy and repetitive to do. Super, super interesting. Duplicated once again, move it, put it lower to PRB. Okay? Now you can merge everything. And of course, alpha lock it. Add a little bit of this wonderful yellow to it. Go into the noise and add a little bit of shadow where the flakes are in the shadow part, just a tiny bit. As to make them integrate a little bit more, obligate the layer. Move it a little bit lower and down. Now. Move this layer. Well, you should be on the bottom layer first and move them down a little bit and to the right. Just like that. Of course, this is for the shadow. Once you have done that, you can go into hue saturation and brightness, make them a 100% black. Go into adjustments. First, undo d alpha log, then go into a garage on Blur, Gaussian Blur just a tiny bit. Just like that. Go into capacity and lower it down to about 50%. Maybe lower. 40 looks much better. And the sprinkles now have a little bit of tried three-dimensionality to them. Very, very nice. Renamed them to shadow. Superb. Let's go into the next step, rename this layer to highlights. Knees are going to be the highlights of the doughnut on a separate layer. And select the white. Go into noise. Make the brush smaller and start to do a highlight on the left-hand side, following the wonderful outline, not close to the outline. This is, the highlight should be a little bit further away from the outline and in the middle, do another one going the other direction. This time, you can touch a little bit of the outline, and there you go. That donut is done. 6. Doughnut clones: Now, this is the most interesting thing you can do what the doughnut go and select the dominant. Duplicate it. Perfect. Now you have two doughnuts. Now you can select the doughnut, go into the topping, go into hue, saturation and brightness, make it darker, way darker, and change it to a beautiful brown. And all of the sudden you have a new doughnut, would a different topping. Perfect. Now you can select this one as well and make another one. Select once again, duplicate the layer. Just like that. And go in to the topping. Of course, go to hue saturation and brightness this time making it lighter. And a little bit more yellow. Very nice. Maybe a tiny bit more bank. Now, yellow looks better. Now, this time, you will need to change the color of the actual donuts of the dough. Okay? So you can change this up, make it darker. So it looks like the doughnut is a little bit different. So the topping stands out tiny bit more. You can increase the color and position the topping a little bit more to make it what a yellow topping looks absolutely wonderful. And there you go. You now have three doughnuts with different toppings. 7. First autumn leaf : Okay, for the next step, 4 thousand by 4 thousand and going in, selecting the background color as always. And of course, you can go in and select a beautiful yellow color may be orange is better. Now going in with the inking syrup brush. And you can start to make a Wonderful stem. Just a small line, just a tiny bit curved, just like that. And then you can start to make a wonderful leaf. This is very easy to do and just make it, and tried to make the spikes just a tiny bit more interesting by changing directions, size and everything like that. As they go down, they fan out, they become a little bit more spread out. As you can see. And at the top, don't worry too much about the shape of the beautiful leaf because you can change it just like this, what the wrap tool and make it beautiful, beautiful, very, very nice. Now the leaf looks so much better. You can fill it in with the color, just like that. Of course. You can alpha lock it and go in with a lighter yellow, go into the fixtures. This is the dove lake brush, of course. And add in some textures onto the left part of the wonderful leaf. You can go in to the right part but a little bit less intense. Very nice. Go into a brown and do the stem, can go in and add another layer. Now, rename this to stem. Stems, perfect. Go into the inking brush. Select the dry brush and make it very small. And you can start to draw in some stems. Very nice. Just like that. Going in, making a center one and then going from there towards the right bark and then towards the left, you can start to see them better. Just like that. And as they go up, they decrease the angle. So they become almost parallel to the. Middle stem. And as they go down, they go almost to a 90 degree angle. Very nice. You can decrease the capacity just to make them a little bit less intense. And very nice to about 80%, 75. And going back in with the texture of lake on the first layer and adding some more highlights this time with a lighter white background color, just like that. And you can play around, make some highlights onto the leaf. You can also select back the orange end, make some darker parts as well. And what the Brown II can go in and do just on the edges. Perfects. Very, very nice. You can now go in just like that. And of course, if you feel like the Leaf needs a little bit of adjusting, you can adjust that. Now. Once again, duplicate this layer, select the first one, rename it to shadow. Perfect. Make it move it a little bit down and to the right side. As always, just a tiny bit. And of course, undo the make it black and undo the alpha log of the layer before you do the garage and blur. Always forgetting. So under the alpha log and Gaussian blur, just a tiny bit, about 12%. Like that. Move it a little bit down. If it's not positioned just right, increase the capacity. Just nice obesity, just over there at about 70%. And select the lighter gray going in and adding some more highlights onto the left part of the edge. This time you can go on the edge because the leaf is much, much more thin. So you can just have some highlights on the edge n right next to the stem. On the left, Bart. Very nice list adding some small details. Perfects. Just over there. Select everything, move them a little bit to the right so you have space for the next leaf. And there you go. This leaf is done. 8. Second autumn leaf : Okay, here we go with the second leaf, with the syrup brush gone and create another layer. Call it leaf, too. Perfect. Now of course, you can rename the AD1 to leaf one. Well, not too, but one. Okay, and now with the orange selected, you can turn it and make it a little bit more. Pink. Is this syrup brush? There you go. And this leaf is going to be OK. Three leaf. Start with the stem and then go as a beautiful arrow, a little bit slanted and start drawing some guidelines. Just like that, with two curved lines. And then you can do in the opposite direction to curve lines going up and one in the middle and the bottom side, you can do another two lines. You can also distort this to make it look more interesting. Starting from the top, you can start to zigzag your weight down. Maybe making the talk a little bit more pointy and then going down. And where the lines that guidelines are, that's exactly where the top of the leaf, the pointy parts of the leaf, the furthest away from the leaf are going to be. And just like that, you can erase an undo some things as well and then redo them as you see fit. Going for the left side. Perfect. Now, it can do them as many times as you want until they look, right. So practice makes perfect. Just like that. If you don't like it, you can undo it. Can do it faster, slower. Just as you want. Yes. Like that. Can always go back and erase anything that you didn't like and as you go down, the angle changes on the zigzags. Perfect. Now, you can drop the color. If you don't have it all covered, you can zoom in and see where it's not covered. Okay. Let's see. Nope, it needs at the top a little bit more of a connection. Perfect. And let's do this part as well. This part as well doesn't look that good at the moment. However, with a few changes with the wrap tool, it's going to have such a beautiful Look as well as inking a little bit more to see where you can add some more colors going in with the eraser, you can do the opposite. You erase a little bit where it needs. This is the syrup eraser. So the same brush you used for inking it. And of course, as you can see, just erasing a little bit to make it more interesting. Just like that. And the big one on the left side. Perfect. Nice little bit more and carving it down. Going in to make even more erasing. And then you can add the zigzag. Just like that. And the lower one starts to look way better. And once this is done, and you've clean up all the rest, you can go in and wrap first distorting this like that. And also going into wrap tool and changing the metal parts to look a little bit better. As you can see, this will help you quite a bit, making everything quite nice and beautiful. And you can cycle through by undoing to one position that you like. And of course, if you feel like it needs a little bit more funkiness in the middle, you can do that and change it to see how it looks. Maybe make it a little bit smaller. Perfect. Now you can go in and erase some of the edges to make them finer. By zooming in and going in with the syrup Eraser tool. You can add a zigzag just like that and add another one. So it looks more detailed and more nice. You can reposition it and duplicate the layer. Of course, the bottom layer is going to be called shadow. Very nice. Going into changing it, moving it a little bit down and to the right, just over there, going into hue saturation and brightness, making it black. Gaussian blur. And making it at about 20%. Going into capacity and lowering the opacity to about 80% will make it quite nice. You can go back in to the vessel if you moved it a little bit more and lower data capacity, even lower. You can also move the shadow until you feel happy with the results. Just like that. And now you can go in with some orange with texture. This is dove Lake, the brush alpha log the layer would adopt lake brush. And you can go in and add some color. Of course, making the brush bigger will help quite a bit. But unifying the texture is going in when I'm even lighter yellow. And selecting the thing just to integrate everything, making it a little bit darker to add some contrast, making this leaf autumn like just like that, with more yellow this time a little bit more light. And going in. Duplicating the stem of the outer leaf and putting it on top. Just moving it around and placing it where it needs to be, basically at the start of the outer stem. And you can start to wrap it just so it fits this outer leaf. Such an easier way than drawing it like that. Don't worry, if some stems go out of the leaf, you're going to erase them in a few moments. It matters more if it's in the right position and if it looks good. Okay. As you can see, just shaping it round, just to make it look more interesting. And now, of course, you can erase some of the outside stems. And also if you want, at this point, you can add some more going in with a lighter color and adding a little bit of this lighter color onto the leaf. Perfect. Now selecting everything and moving it a little bit more to the left. Just like that. And there you go. This leaf as done as well. 9. Autumn croissant : Okay, a 4D, this illustration, you'll need a 4 thousand by 4 thousand pixel canvas. Background color is the same and going in width, beautiful, yellow. A little bit towards the orange. You already have it on the palette with the syrup brush. Everyone's favorites. Brush, inking, brush, blocking in. And starting from the top, just draw a beautiful semicircle of beautiful curved line and then start making it a little bit more fat. Little bit more fat, just like that. This is going to be cross song. So going in and making some big chunks, BIG round chunks on wonderful croissant and going in. And just like that and making some more, looks like the Michelin Man still needs to be a little bit chunkier, a little bit more big, voluptuous. And just like that, you can add on the right side some more dough. Let's call it though. And you can also add on the left if you feel like it needs more humps. Just like that and going in and what the wrap tool, changing the shape of it, making it a tiny bit more semicircle Lee moon like. And going in. Making this very nice croissant. And you can also edit the shapes. Would the Eraser tool just like that, going back in with the brush to make every edge look a little bit more crisp. As you can see, just going and deciding what shape needs to be more unified. You can also go in and wrap even more the shape until you feel happy with it. And this is a very, very beautiful croissant. And going in with this alpha locking it, choosing darker color, a lighter color, actually going. Two, the textures, the dove lake. And of course, you might want to start on the inside of the croissant and for each section, add some highlights as well, just indicating the sections. You can also go in with a lighter tone, just adding it into the mix. And now you can go into the darker tone. You can accentuate the separation between the humps even more and adding it this beautiful orange. To give a little bit more variety going in and making the brush smaller to add some separation in between the layers in between the in-between where the dough folds over itself. You can also add some shadow. This would be better with Baker brush. And going in, as you can see, it starts to look even better with this being done. Okay, selecting a more intense Brown and more colorful Brown and going back in with the lighter color to smooth everything out. This is basically the color you've started with and bouncing back with the brown just to make the shadows more interesting, but the bigger brush, lowering the opacity just to add some more depth, you can already start to see how beautiful this croissant is and choosing the lighter color to add the highlights. A very shiny chromosome, textured and shiny. Very nice and easy, super simple to do. Just like that. Okay, you can also add some highlight onto the right side of the croissant. Just like that. And choosing a little bit more of a lighter tone this time and adding just a small bit to the highlights. Perfect. And that's over there on the top side. And of course, some bounced the light on the edges, duplicating the layer, making the first one N renaming it to shadow. Perfect. Now, moving it a little bit to the right and down, going into hue saturation and brightness, making it black. Gaussian blur. Adding some Gausian blur, about 34% looks just about right. And lowering the capacity to about 47% will give you this nice-looking shadow. Okay? Now you can select both layers and group them. Now, duplicate the group. And you can start to move this and make it, rotate it first and make it smaller. Wrap it around just making the chromosome a little bit more straight. Just like that. Perfect. And on the top, just wrap it around until it feels like it looks just right. Select the second group and make the first grow song a little bit smaller. Just like that. And of course, just changing, selecting the second group and changing the direction just over there. So the highlights match where the light comes from and wrapping it and making it a little bit more interesting, we'll give you a whole new croissant without having to work too much for it. Isn't this super fun? Like you can create so many more iterations of the same chromosome width. Just cloning it, this like that and shaping it around with the wrap tool. Super nice. There you go. 10. Pumpkin: Okay, for the next one, you're going to need a beautiful 4 thousand by 4 thousand pixel. Canvas. Adds the background color as always. And just choose the orange with the anchoring brush, the syrup inking brush, and this make a pumpkin shape. Don't worry too much about the shape. As always. The rap Tool is here to help and fill it in around the edges. As soon as you and you're happy with the shape, just drop the color in. Just like that, and contour a little bit the edges just to make them a little bit more interesting. Perfect. Now going and adding another color. Now, alpha locking the layer, selecting the texture brush. Just like that. Maybe using the touch ups, the grain will be much better. Now going into the side of the pumpkin and adding some highlights on the side, on the left side of the pumpkin. Just like that. And we can change the shape of the pumpkin a little bit later. You can start to see how beautiful the highlights look. Now, choose a darker color, increase the size of the brush, and add it to the right side. And for each slice on the right side of the slice, it's not actually a slice, but that's how a pumpkin looks. Perfect. Now you can add the orange, you can add some more color on top just to smooth and everything a little bit more. And with the highlight color, you can just add a little bit more. Wrapping it. As promised, you can start to see the shapes, starts the looks so much better. You can tweak it as much as you want until you feel happy with the result. Selecting a darker color, going back to the syrup, inking brush and first adding a layer called stem. Very, very nice. And making the beautiful stem on top. Just like that. This is a curved line and then it has some feet. And just making the other side would a straight on top and then a curved line going down. You can edit the shape at the base of the stem a little bit just to fit with the pumpkin. A tiny bit more. Very nice and easy. And you can still add some color if you want. Going back to the eraser to erase in between. Just making nicer edges. Perfect. Now, you can alpha lock the layer and go into the lighter tone of yellow going with dubbed lake this time and adding some highlights on the left. The stem. Of course. Just adding some highlights onto the pumpkin. A little bit more will help. This time with dubbed lake brush, just to change it up a little bit and make the pumpkin tiny bit more textured. And as you can see, it looks super, super nice. You can also wrap it around to make it more pleasing, more aesthetic. And just like that, the pumpkin fits perfectly. Okay. Selecting both layers. You can now make the pumpkin a little bit bigger, just so you can have it. Very nice and beautiful. Of course, merging the two layers and duplicating it. The first layer can be renamed the shadow. Perfect. Going and moving it a little bit down and to the right. Going to hue saturation, making it black. And of course, undoing the alpha lock. Going back to Gaussian blur. Just like that, it has about 37%, is perfect. The capacity can be about 50, 60%. And going in with a lighter color onto the pumpkin and making the middle highlight even lighter. And on the stem as well. Just like that. And there you go. This step is done as well. Let's go into the next one. 11. Autumn apple: Ok, a for this one, the same size canvas, 4 thousand by 4 thousand and fix souls. And going into the background, choosing the great color. And going in for the orange, making it a little bit more red. Going with the inking brush, naming the layer Apple as the iPad. And going with the inking brush syrup and making a beautiful apple. This is a super simple apple shape. Pineapple bent, dropping into color. Don't worry too much about the shape. You can edit it with the wrapping tool, going with the texture, brush with the noise, selecting a darker brown and making some shadow at the bottom. Alpha locking the layer, of course, and making some shadow on the bottom right side. Perfect. And you can add some at the top as well, just make it very nice and beautiful. As soon as you did that, you can just make a lighter color for the left side of the apple. Just added sparingly as very beautiful and nice. As soon as that is done. Again, add it to the middle a little bit as well. And of course, you can go. And whether darker color just on the middle, preserve that edge with the lighter tone. So it seems like it has some cast light, some bounced the light going and the store as you please make it as nice as you want. Going and making another layer, calling it stem. Just like that. Okay, very nice. Dropping it below the apple and going in with the Brown to make the stem. Inking brush. Very nice. Making that stem look wonderful and some nice mustaches. And just like that, you can merge the two layers and rename them to Apple by an Apple Pen. Pineapple thin? Yes. And going in with a lighter color, alpha locking the layer, going back into the textures Now, this time, just adding with the lake on top of the stem from the outside just to add a little bit of a highlight to it. And you can erase a tiny bit of the stem as well. Just playing around with the Apple, wrapping it just a tiny bit, just like that, making the right bar to a little bit lower and with the corners, you can add a little bit more shape. Don't try to make it perfectly symmetrical. It just looks so much better when it's not symmetrical. Okay. Make it a little bit bigger and duplicating the layer going on the bottom, renaming it to shadow, undoing the alpha log shadow. Perfect. Now going and making it black, the hue saturation. And moving it a little bit lower. And to the right, going into Gaza and blur. Adding just about 30%. And opacity, lowering the capacity just to about 70% will make it look absolutely perfect. Very nice. And going to touch ups, making the brush a little bit smaller, selecting very light color and adding the final highlight. It's the final highlight. Me and my bad singing. Perfect. You can also select the color from the apple to subdue the highlight. And there you go. This step was super easy and fun. 12. Autmn cupcake : Okay, before this kind of situation, you will need a 4 thousand by 4 thousand pixel canvas. Go into background, select the same background color, the muted grey, and going in and renaming this layer two, DO that cupcake. This is going to be a beautiful muffin cupcake. Muffin cupcake. Oh, what is that? Ok. And going in, but a beautiful dark brown color. And with the syrup brush, the inking Sarah brush, you can start with a semicircle, the canvas, and go down just first do the semicircle and edit the shape so you can make it perfect. And of course, the two straight lines just going down from the sides does hold a pencil and place until that line snaps. Now edit the shape, position it just where it needs to be. And you can go in and make the other one on the right side as well. And you can do a semi-circle to align the two together. And you can go into the eraser with Sarah, p2 and T2. Beautiful line. Just over there as a semicircle. Just cold the pencil until it stops. And then you can position it to make it more nice. Erase the other parts. And you can also erase a little bit of the edges. Just a tiny bit to make the cupcake Little bit more angular. Dropped the color in to fill in what? The Brown. Just over there. Okay. It seems like it's not the right kind of line. Ok. We are going to make it fit our needs. And well, it's not going to fit our needs this way. Okay, and now we find ourselves making another line like this. And this time it's much, much better. Perfect noun that it is positioned. You can do wonderful distort, make it a little bit more fat and little bit chubby layer. Just like that. Distorted a little bit, a tiny bit, making the semicircle on top a little bit more flats. Okay? Make it more big. And then you can add another layer called this layer topping. Wonderful. Now go into the colors and choose. An orange, the lighter one is perfect. And with the syrup brush, start making a beautiful snake of top name. Just like that, starting from the top and just go down. Don't worry if it's looking like a snake, you will fill out with the doubling of the line just like that, and then filling it in. And you can increase the sizes. Terrorists like that. Wonderful. Don't worry too much about the shape. You can always wrap it around or, and more ink to it. Just like that to make the shapes look a little bit more interesting. As mentioned previously, you can position it are rapid to make it difference. Dropped down and make another layer called DO, rename it to DO. This is just going to go on. Below the muffin and the topping. Actually select our wonderful yellow color. And of course drop the layer just below everything. And at the dawn of the donuts, very nice. Cover it all. Super easy to do. Now, go in and hit on the math muffin Just though, onto the alpha lock. Once you've alpha locked, you can go into another color, this time. The yellow that you used for the DDO or the brown, just make it lighter. You can find it in this corner. Make a few lines with the inking brush just like that. Hey, look super nice. And of course, you can go and select more yellow color. Going into textures with Blake. Perfect. Okay, with the dove lake, going back in with the alpha log, making the brush bigger. And on the left side you can start to render a little bit of a highlight. As you can see. You can also add a rim around. This will make it look so much more Brady. And of course you can add some black, some very, very dark brown on the right side. Of course. You can go even darker if you want. That's like that, accentuate that whim. And you can also go back in and, and some other colors, especially doing a bound slide on the right side. Perfect. Now you can go onto the dough to the alpha log, go into the lighter color. And with the DOF leg the same brush you can add little bit of a highlight onto the rights left side. And then he can just go into the even lighter colour and add just to the middle left bark of the dough. Now to the topping just alpha lock. Do the same and go into the colors. Pick up a wonderful yellow. And you can start with lines just going from the left to the right. These are curved lines just so it has a more interesting look. You can accentuate the difference in between the two. Just like that. It's a little bit too textures. So you can go in first, going in and adding the honor color and the brown terrorist onto the right side, make sure the values are right. So the shadow reads clearly and the highlights and a median parts. Okay. You can also go let some more highlights. That of course this doesn't look like a very nice stopping. So after you finished a highlights just like that. You can also employ another beautiful trick, which will be of course, just going and adding some highlights on the right part of the topping. And just like that, wrapping it lists the tiny bed to make it more cute. Looks much better once wrapped. Their facts, just a tiny bit more. Two, offset and make it interesting. Okay? Now position everything so it doesn't show up. And as mentioned previously, you can go in and with the smudge tool. You can go and select the inking with the syrup brush and increase it. And you can smudge up the textures a little bit more to make it seem like it's shinier. It's very easy to do. You just go on to a part that is either dark or light. Be careful to pick up the pencil once you move sections. So if you're on the light and you're moving to a dark, you pick up the pencil so you don't smudge the two together and it's a mess just like that. Or you can just drag and make it a little bit more interesting. As you can see, it starts to have a different texture and the different feel. And can also play around and smudge and the two together that those sections just by going and basically it's like a liquid, you just put it on and drive it towards the area you want it to be. Once you've done that, you can merge the two layers and add another one called sprinkle. Perfect. Once you've added the sprinkles, You can go in and select to have red. Just like that. Beautiful orange red. Go into inking. Maybe make the brush a little bit smaller. Zoom in a little bit. And make a few sprinkles here and there. Just one end and make another one. And then make another one tried to not to make them appear more organic. They're not calculated. They are organic and placed in different parts to duplicate the layer moved to bottom. You can increase the darkness of the wonderful sprinkles and then move the top, top ones around. You can now adjust the opacity of the dark ones just to make them more integrated into the beautiful cupcake. Now you can increase and make other ones look just a tiny bit more. Light. Feels like that. Should up to duplicated the red one squares. You can turn them around and move them right above the outer ones. And can make them even lighter. And go in and make them a little bit more colored. And of course, just duplicating, merging the two sprinkles and now duplicating the layer just to have a lot more sprinkles. I just turned him around and position them over, lapping the dark ones with the light ones and duplicated again, do the same and move your way towards the right parts. As you did previously. Just position them in between the dark ones and just like that. And you can duplicate this again and move it just to the left. The positioning it with the dark ones still there. Can play around until you find the space where they fit. And they covered the most area obligated once again, once you've done that, you can move them to the left, turn them around, and position them in between the white and the dark bars. That's like that. This is super easy to do and super fun. Merge everything together, duplicate the layer so it's much easier. Once you've done that, you can just move them around. No, it's looks like it looks like a mess. However, you can just move them, turn them around, just moved them above the other ones, maybe overlapping a little bit, find a position, rotate it. And just over here is perfect. Now go into the beautiful, beautiful eraser or the Selection Tool is much better. Go into the selection tool and select everything that is outside a little bit and position where you need it. It's much better than just erasing because you can now position everything elsewhere. Once you have positioned everything where you want it to be, you can erase the ones that are on the outside of the Shea. And just like that, the sprinkles are done. And after you've done all of that, you can pinch and merge the two sprinkles the getter now duplicate the layer with the donor, with the DOE and go to hue, saturation and brightness, make it black. And of course, you can just put it a little bit lower and to the right. Undo the alpha lock. If it's still on. You can position it just about right. So that's Dilbert there until you feel happy with it. And you can go into Gaza and blur, and blur. The shadow. Of course, the alpha log is still on. So you should undo that. Go into Gaussian blur. That would add about 25% and now to capacity and lower the capacity to about 50%. Just like that, you are done with the cupcake. 13. Pumpkin spice latte: Okay, and now taking the pumpkin, duplicating the layer. So you now have two pumpkins and taking the leaves as well and duplicating that. Okay? Now going in and selecting the pumpkin, renaming it to coffee cup perfects. Okay. And this one with merged for COP. Okay? Now, taking and deleting the shadows. Perfect. Now you can merge everything together like that. Select the layer they get out, go to gallery and go to the coffee cup layer, drop it down on top and opened the layers first and then drop it down, delete the shadow. And you can just resize the pumpkin, make it smaller, put it to the side if you want or in the middle. Now, you can undo. And you can make the pumpkin a little bit different. And just like that, with the wrap tool, you can make the pumpkin look at tiny bit different than the one in the pattern. Just like that. Looks quite alright. Ok. And going in, putting the leafs behind the pumpkin. And just like that, you can undo the go on to the selection tool, select the first leaf, and you can play around with it, moving it with uniform tool, just making it and resizing it. And this way they are going to be a little bit better, easier to manage, just like that. And as you can see, once you put the pumpkin ON, again, you can put them behind. This is just going to be the pumpkin spice coffee idea on the cup. So position the leaves as you want. And after you've done that, can go into the layers. And let's see if we can cut the leaf and rotate it a little bit, maybe position at a bit lower. And you can do the same for the second one. Just position it rotated. Tiny bit, move it outside and then inside to see if it can have a better position. You can distort it a little bit if you want. And you can duplicate the layer. And once you've duplicated that layer, you can move it. Flip it horizontal. Once you've flipped at horizontal, he can position just one of the leaves behind just like that. And of course, playing that a bit with the size of them. Okay. It's like that again, and putting it just over there above the outer two leaves. Now of course, you can make your life easier by just going into the selection tool and taking out the first leaf, moving it, rotating it, so you don't have to juggle two balls at the same time. Much easier to position one leaf than to position two connected leaves. Ok. Now, merge them together. Just like that. You can increase the size to make them just play around with the position to see if they look better. They actually looked better the first time around. Okay, now, let's go onto the layer and simply merge them together. Once you've done that, you can go into making a new layer and renaming it to cup for fat TO undo the leaf. And you can go into a Brown with the brush syrup. Just like that. And you can start to make a wonderful curved line. Hold the pencil down until it. You can go into the Edit Shape and just position it where it needs to go. Just like that in the middle. And position it just about right. Perfect. Now go in and make two straight lines. Going down from the sides of the curved line and hold the pencil down until it snaps as a line. Fortunately, the iPad being glass not, doesn't always snap into place. Should go into the settings and play around with the settings until it becomes a straight line. Faster. Okay, third time is a charm. Guess not. Let's go into the fourth one. Okay, by this time, you are way ahead of me and you have done the line position and just like that. And once you've done that, you can go into the second one. Let's see if this goes. In the first nine. Yes. Perfect. First time. And going in and making the bottom of the cup should have gone in and edited the shapes. So it's a little bit more straight as you can see, it's slanted to the left side. We are going to change that with a razor at a later state step. Going and alpha locking the cup and then selecting a lighter color, you can add the sticker, the logo part of the cup. Just do an ellipse or a curved line and wrap it around until it feels just nice. You should aim for having three parts of the same size. So this in-between those two curved lines, it's going to be the pumpkin in a few seconds or minutes. Okay? And once you've done that and position the two curves, you can take and drop the color. As you can see. Super nice. It can increase little bit the blow and making the beautiful fill in just nicer. Okay, once you've done that, dropped in the color. Now you can go into the automatic selection. Select the brown and the brown below. And whoops, not the background. This will help you preserve the wonderful light color going to denoise, select orange color, and you can start to increase the size. This is width, the capacity lower than 50%, and it still gets the job done. Very nice, super easy to shade going in with a lighter color. Dislike that align in the middle and a lighter color, even still super nice and shiny cup. You can go into a darker one to go on the right side, just like that. And of course, you can add some bounced light with a lighter color. Look how easy this was. And now, of course, you can go in and select the lighter color, drop it down until it's only that selected. And now you can play around with the very, very, wouldn't this time with the darker colors starting. So on the right, try to follow the same pattern. Just dark, light, bounced light. Just follow the lines above. Wonderful. Ok. Now going in to a very, very light color, so you can add the highlight on the left. Perfect. Now, it's very. Nice. Once you've done that, you can integrate the logo part by dragging the layer and putting it on top of the layer with the cup and then placing it on the light part of the cup. Now it feels not integrated. Just perfect. So just alpha lock the layer and go into the colors. You can select. Yellow color, the same used for the shadow, for the white part. And you can drop a little bit of this noise onto the leaves, bark and the pumpkin just a tiny bit. And then with the light, doing the same, maybe too much. Looks just good enough. Okay. That's now integrated. Perfect. Now you can oh, and the ambulance. And I was thinking This course is ongoing to handle an ambulance. But there you go. Renaming the layer to top. This is going to be the top of the cup, talking a bit louder so you don't hear the ambulance selecting the orange, going into inking with the syrup brush. And you can start working on the top of the cup with two beautiful lines on the right and the left, and then a curved line just going and connecting them. Positioning it by editing the shape if it needs. And then on the top you can add another curved line, edit the shape so it is parallel to the first one. Dropped the color inside, and the side of the lid is finished. Now you can go in and select the lighter color and you can draw in the top of the lid as well. You can do that by just drawing two beautiful lines on the left and the right. Just the word there. Very nice physician and it just right. And then you can do circle, call down the pencil until it snaps, edit the shape. So it fits this drop in. Just a beautiful orange color in the middle. And you can, of course, select the other color and drop it. Will select the outer color, the lighter color, and drop it in the other place. Perfect. Now you can go in with the eraser and erase a little bit of the shape of the cup, making it smarter, perfect, nicer. Just like that. Looks like a rooftop. Lids are just rooftops. Four cups. Okay. Once you've done that, you can go into the lighter color just over here. They alone. And of course, draw in a top circle just like that. Hold down the pencil until it snaps, not the pencil, the line and position it. And just over there, it needs to be connected to the inside. Lower part of the orange end at the top, just going. And it doesn't have to show the orange parts so that you can copy that. So it gives the impression that it's a little bit raised up. It has another margin, okay, now you can select the two with the automatic selection. And once you've done that, you can go into the, you can go into the dark color and add some, well, some noise from the touch ups. This is the noise. Okay? And you can add some beautiful shadow just over here following the lines may be going a little bit more to the right of the lid. Now you can go into a lighter color just like that and add the highlight. Just over there. The highlight actually follows and the shadow actually followed the shape of the cup. So if it's a little bit more straight, you can add it straight on the part, on the more lighter part of the orange. Wonderful. Once you've done that, you can do the selection and select the top of the lid. Let's select it again. Wonderful. Let's select just the top, bottom, top, and just the orange bars in the middle. Just like that. And add a darker part this time on the left, because that's going to be in shadow. And once you've done that, you can select the orange part, the round, and add a shadow on the left bar as well. And do a lighter part on the right part because that small lid shape will drop a shadow onto the inner part of the lid. Hope this all makes sense. It doesn't make sense. Just follow what you see in, okay. Now, going in with the inking tool, with a syrup tool and making a small opening just over there. This is the opening where people drink their spicy latte. Pumping pumpkin spice latte. Nice. Okay. You can merge everything together if you want to. First. Well, why am I duplicating that? Hue saturation and brightness o making the shadow on the cup. This is a very important thing that I forgot about. Do a little bit of blur, just a tiny bit of blur. You can add some by duplicating the lives. You can add some shadow underneath the lid through the opacity. Just like that. By now you're a master of Shadows. Very, very nice this time around I'm a little bit more joe keys making more jokes. Nice. And you can erase, it's very important to erase the parts on the left and right of the cup just below. So you can see it's only on the cup. It just goes on the cup. Once you've done that, you can merge everything together. This time, actually merging everything and duplicating it. The bottom one can be a shadow. Make it black. Move it a little bit to the right, just a tiny bit to the right and down. Just like that. You can select both layers if you have this problem where it doesn't fit, just like that position at in the middle. And then you can go on the Gaussian blur, undo the alpha log, of course, hue saturation and brightness is done. Gaussian blur, just blur it to about 18%. That seems about right, and go into opacity. About 70% will do. Just fine. Very, very nice. And there you go with the cup. 14. Pumpkin spice latte finishing touches : And as mentioned previously, just select everything, straighten it out. And then you can just select the cup with the eraser tool, with the syrup brush. And if you have this problem, you can just make a curve, edit the shape. And then you can make the cup that a bit more straight. Just like that, looks gorgeous. And put that being all done, we can go into the next step. 15. Autumn cookie: Okay, with this one, you're going to create the new Canvas, 4 thousand by 4 thousand pixels. And just like that, renaming the layer to cook K. This is going to be cookie. It's going to actually be more cookies. Once you've done that, you can go into the background, select the gray and width, beautiful yellow selected and the inking brush syrup. You can make it very big and nice through a circle. With a darker yellow would be just better. Perfect. Once you've done that, you can fill it in if you want. This is making it very nice and beautiful. Wonderful. That cookie shape is done. Very nice. And you can add some small humps, lumps, bumps to the cookie to make it more organic. Looks like a lemon, kooky lemon, lemon cookie. Alpha lock the layer, go into a lighter tone. Go to touch ups. Go to the wonderful brush called What's it calms grain. Is it called grain or noise? Noise? Noise, noise. Noise. But it doesn't look that good. So DOF leg will make it look much, much better. It's better for the cookie dough. It's better for the cookie dough. Okay. Very jokey today. And going in with a lighter color, still yellow. And in some yellow, just variety helps. And going in what the darker color, lowering the opacity and adding it to the right side, you can start to see it already has some three dimensionality to it. The cookie is 3D, and with the lighter color making it smaller, you can add some strong Haida. Whoa, not that strong, bro. And going in making the brush bigger and the opacity very, very low. And making the highlight on the left side to add even more three-dimensionality to that cookie. Cookie. Pretty now, very, pretty, very pretty to put ET. Very nice. Adding some more highlights onto the cookie middle. Okay? Adding another layer and calling it chocolate chips. It should have been chocolate chips. Going into inking, making chocolate chip cookies. On the chocolate chips on top. We are going to make them ontop just so we can have just a nicer looked to them first and then positioning them to the. Wonderful parts where they need to be K alpha locking the layers, selecting the noise and a lighter color, making the brush. We have a bath, a smelled, and adding some highlights. As you can see, that this yellow, they look awesome. Very, very nice. And you can add some shadows as well. Very nice details. Duplicate the layer. Move it to the left, turn it around, flip it horizontally, is like that. Merge them together. Ellipse a locked it. I'll lock it. Okay. Duplicate it again. Move it around. Just over there. Three is enough. Oh, we got three and we got to ambulances this time. Wrap the tool around. I think this is a police car. It happens so many times that I now can tell exactly fits a police car or an ambulance. Wrap the two, the three together. So you have different sizes, different kinds of chocolate chip cookies. Three is more than enough. You can now duplicate it. Move it around and position at just over there on the top. And you can start to see they look much more different. And you can merge them together. And once you've done that, you can zoom out back again, position them onto the cookie. And you can of course, duplicate them. Move them a little bit to the right, position them as you see, fits. Duplicate the layer once again. But then on top adapt, make them a little bit smaller. They all should be a little bit smaller. There are too many and too weak. Okay? Once you've done that, you can select freehand, select one of them just from over here because it's too crowded and you can move it to the lower parts so we can free up the space to merge all the layers, go back into the selection and select this one, move it a little bit more up. So we free up that tiny bit of space, making it more dispersed and look like the cookie can breed. The cookie need to breed. Okay? That kooky need to bread. Okay, the cookies bread positioning and another one just like that onto the lower side course. And as you can see, the bottom margin is quite empty. Needs to be more filled with cookie, with chocolate chip cookie. Okay, this one seems to be just the right candidate to move to the right part. Perfect. As it can see. Cookie looks very nice. And the top, the arch is to perfect forms this perfect arch. And it's to be a little bit more organic. And just like that, you can duplicate it. And the bottom one, you can go into hue saturation and brightness, make it black. Physician and just a tiny bit to the right and to the and down. Gaussian blur, just a tiny bit. Let's see, alpha log first. Undo the alpha lock and go into about, say, 11% seems to be just right, lower the opacity to about 90%. It can also move it just a little bit more to the right. That looks just about fine. Once you've done that, go back into the opacity and lower once again the opacity to about 75%. They stand out quite a bit more having shadow. Now, of course, going in to the cooky layer and lowering the capacity will help as well to about 78%. Merging everything together and you now have a kooky. Now you can go in what a darker tone and add some more shadow onto the right part. Just a tiny bit more shadow. This will give a shadow onto the chocolate chip as well. So it helps. Can add some to the mill, just a tiny bit, barely touching. You can also go into some yellow and add it to the cookie now so it feels like the chocolate chip. Chocolate chips are very nice and integrated. Now, undo the alpha log once you've duplicated the layer and make it black and drop it down to this like that. You can increase the Gaussian blur to make the shadow because looks just very nice cookie. And the opacity to about 78% seems like 78% looks just Perfect. And now you can just duplicate the cookie. You've done. Get dat, select everything first and duplicates. You've now duplicated the cookie and the shadow. What's just select the first, the shadow, one of the shadows and put it under the second cookie and you can wrap it, move it distorted a little bit. What? Rapid just a tiny bit to make a different cookie. This cookie is going to sit on the first one. So we have now two cookies, entirely different cookies. Very nice. Once you've done that. And can now select the other cookie. First, duplicate it. And the shadow. And you can now select the first cookie and the shadow. Just like that. Make it put position to the right and make it smaller. Well, no, maybe it's molto. Later we can make it smaller. And select the utter two cookies. Group them together, put them on top, and position them lower. And now you have three different cookies that you can play around with. And the one on top of the outer casts a shadow on it, so it looks just fine. Rotate it a little bit more so it looks tiny bit better. Just nice and beautiful. Beautiful cookies. 16. Preparing for the pattern: Okay, in this step, you're going to need to select everything. Put them all in a group, Perfect. And duplicate it. Once you've done that. Once your iPad has done that, of course, waiting for the iPad to think, there's a lot of illustrations in there. Okay. Once this is duplicated, you can now open it and rename it to merged. Perfect autumn, merged. First select the cookie, undo the shadow, delete all the shadows, and merge all the cookies. The getter bench. Very nice. Go into the cupcake. Merged the two together and delete the shadow. Going back to the leaves, the leaves are perfect. Going back, selecting the leaves with the shadows, the leading them. Going into the pumpkin. The pumpkin his merged already. And of course, the beautiful cup is merged as well. You can delete the shadow. And for the gingerbread man, deplete the shadow and merge everything together. So it's nice and easy as one layer. The first oh no, another, another ambulance. Oh my god. Merge the donut, the second donuts and delete the shadow. This one as well, merge everything except the shadow, delete the shadow. And for the apple to the same delete the shadow and undo it, and they'll back. Go on a plus, add another layer, 4 thousand by 4 thousand. Confirm. Dropped down the backgrounds. And now you can go and back into the gallery. Select the layer width. The cookies. Go back to the gallery with the finger. Go into the untitled artwork, into the layers, drop-down the cookies, delete the first layer. Go back to the gallery. Once you've done that, you can go into the muffin or the cupcake, select it, take that layer, put it on the, on top of the cookies. It doesn't really matter. Just put it over there. Doesn't matter if they overlap. We are going to change that. You are going to change that. In a few moments, of course, going forward, the leafs doing the same thing, adding layer on top. Now you have the two leaves on the pattern layer. With the Creusot. Delete the shadows, forgot about that. Elite, the shadow as well. Merge the two together. Take the layer, go to gallery, and go on the untitled artwork. Drop it down. Once it's dropped down. Let's see if it saved. Now, the iPad is crashing. No, It's not safe. So we need to go back to the cross salt. No MAC to the croissants and take the layer. Selected it, take it, go to gallery. Put it on. Okay, faking the croissants once again and putting it on to the layers just over here. Putting it over there. Very nice. They say, this time, going to the pumpkin, taking the pumpkin. Going to gallery, going to the arc Burke putting it on top. And a pumpkin is there as well. To gallery. Thinking the cup. Just like that, very nice and beautiful. The pumpkin spice latte is on the pattern now, you can put it on the bottom if you want. It appeared, go back gallery. Fake the gingerbread man. Very nice. Go together. We go to the art work and put it onto the layer just over here. Very, very nice. Wonderful. Now you can go back. Select first, though not think the donut. Place it on the artwork. Very slow ipad, YOU iPad, schlep. Why you slow iPad? Is it because too many pixels? Yes, each because too many pixels. Let it appear. It appeared, go back to gallery. And of course, let's try to see if we can. Nope, we can't do all of them in one go. Oh, no. Okay. Let's go into the second Dona. Let's do it the hard way and know there is an easier way to do this, but I don't know how much. And probably there is no easier way with these men illustrations. Put the doughnut on the bottom that it appear or back to gallery. Your ipad might be smarter than mine. So at like have an easier time just taking those layers and putting them all together. Okay, and the last donut, and after this, it's the app, Kay, and the apple. The very crooked Apple. But they beat default organics, organic apple. And going into the layers. If it clicked layers and putting it on the bottom. And you now have all in one layer and one artwork. Perfect. 17. Building the pattern. Thank you: Now that everything is on the same layer, on the same artwork, you can beautifully make them smaller. So you can start positioning the pattern. And the leaves, positioning ego layer by layer and position and make everything smaller at the cupcake. Go from top to bottom so you can see where you are positioning everything. The cookies just over here. Dislike that looks perfect. And now the cup, the cups in patterns look very good if there's straight, as well as the cupcakes, the gingerbread man can be positioned in any way, shape, or form. The first doe not putting it just below. Very nice. Now it looks quite fine and dandy. And the last Donor. Perfect. Okay, donut. And there should be an apple as well. Where is it? What is it the apples. If you don't have the Apple, you can add it. Might have forgot it. So you can add it just over there. Select the two leaves, make them smaller, position in them just over here. Go back to a donut and position to dot, rotated a little bit and put it on top. So the two, the three doughnuts are not in the same place. Rotate the outer donut. Once you've done that, you can take cross songs. Just select just one croissants and position at ontop just by the doughnut over here. Once you've done that, you can just merge all the layers together. Perfect. Now I can scale down the wonderful illustration, the wonderful merged layer, and you can position it just onto the right side. Once you've done that, you can select things just like this. Over here. Perfect. And copy and paste. Once you've copied and paste everything, you can now rotate it and place it somewhere else. Perfect. Now, on the bottom, it looks quite all right. Now you can select some of those parts that are overlapping. Whoops, cut down to donut. Let's select them once again, just like that. Perfect. And you can move the to the tree pieces onto the left. Ok. And those two cookies. Zoom in a little bit to select them just like this. It can select them by pointing. And once you've selected them, you can move them. You can do the wrap and then zoom out to position the wonderful cookies. Now this chromosome is way too low and carve out so we can just move it outside of the artwork, outside of the pattern so it deletes itself. Okay, merge the two together. You can also merge down. Perfect. Once you've done that, you can go into the cupcake, select the cupcake just from over here, and copy and paste. Once you've copied and based, you can select it and move it to the left, positioning this cupcake onto the left side. Now, you can go in and select the coffee cup, the pumpkin spice latte. As mentioned previously, they looked much better once. They are straight. They give this nicer feel to the Cupcake. He can once duplicated, once copied and Based. He can move it somewhere lower and on another sign. Just like that. And of course, selecting a leaf, just one to add a little bit more variety, duplicate, copy and pasting it that that leaf. And of course, you can zoom out selected once again and position someone else. Very, very nice. Now you can merge everything. Wonderful. You can start to see how beautiful this looks. And with that being said, the cupcake can be rotated to be straight. If you feel like the cupcake looks good. In this direction, you can leave it like that. Cupcakes looks, look way wonderful, way better if they're straight. Now selecting and straightening that cupcake will give you a nicer Look to the pattern. More integrated look, look. We got a little bit of the cupcake. It doesn't matter. Making the cupcake a little bit bigger and positioning on to the let's sign. Perfect. Okay. And erasing that little bit that was left behind does matter if the corner of the cupcake is cut out a little bit. Of course, doing that. You can play around with. Items on the pattern, copy and paste them and just duplicating a few more to move the gingerbread names around to make the pattern look little bit more rich with different sized gingerbread man peoples. They look so cute altogether. All the illustrations, the getter looks so nice. Dislike that merging the two together. Once you've merged them, you can duplicate them. Once again. You can do this with all your favorite illustrations and this better. Okay? You can move them around and position them somewhere else. You start to see how rich and beautiful the pattern starts to look. Positioning them just right will give you such a beautiful illustration, such a beautiful pattern. Duplicate the whole pattern. And of course, flip it horizontally. Let's play around with a lot of them. Let's see how we can merge them together to make a beautiful pattern. Okay? Once they're here, can go into the undoing the outer layer and erasing just some illustrations from the left side. You can also select all of them and move them outside of the drawing area. Just moved them and they are deleted. Very nice. And totaling on and off will give you this nicer view. Once this is done, you can add, move everything around and make the first illustration smaller, so it repeats even more. The pattern of gay just rotated back straight so we don't have to work a lot on the other stuff. Perfect. Once you've done that, you can just toggle this on, this off and select the overlapping illustrations of them. Rotate and move them to the corner so we feel fill on the space. Okay. Some leftover illustrations onto the right side so you can erase those with the syrup eraser. Mary, nice. You can now merge the two together and start to select a few parts of the illustrations that Eli. And of course, copying and pasting. Those will give you new illustrations to place. Perfect, you can rotate them. Just over. There. Seems about right. Okay, don't worry if they overlap, you can always re-select. Just like that. We selecting it, select the cookies, woke them to the top corner. You can toggle on and off to see what's overlapping on what layer. Lips. Taking the other two cookies and placing them just over here will give you a nicer look. Wonderful. Now going in for the cross songs, just like that, you can do straight lines by just clicking, just by saying it's much easier and nicer. Ok. You can put the croissants wherever you want and see fit. I'm just gonna put it on the top over here. Is like this. Okay. Now let's just move the leaves. No, no, no, don't doubly gate down marriage. That pumpkin. You see the leaves are on top of it. Don't make the same mistake. I did. Ok. And we're back. You probably haven't seen this, so this gap. So for you it's same video. Copy and paste the two leaves, make them smaller and place them in spaces that feel way too empty. Nice, marched down. And of course probably going to see the pumpkin. Or you seem to pumpkin because I see it. Let's see. Take the gingerbread man. Move it. Let's select it. Once again, my undoing and let's rotate it. It looks much better. Rotate it. Okay. Let's go into the next step by thinking a little bit about what we can do. This donut feels a little bit to the right. So let's put it on to the left a little bit more, and let's reselect it and put it to the left. Okay. Copy and Paste. It seems like it doesn't feel to the past MY seems fine. Okay. Move it to the bottom side. Looks so good. Looks super awesome. Illustration that pattern. And now the pumpkin, probably, let's see, or it's down. Select the pumpkin, please. Yes, we are fixing the pumpkin by debiting it, building it outside. Okay. And now we can take probably a cup. Yes, a cup because we have too little cups. A look show beautiful and they are truly to put it. And let's move it into position. Looks much better now. Ok. If you feel like changing anything else and moving them around, this is completely your choice. And with that being said, thank you so much for being part of this community and drawing and illustrating this beautiful pattern, this beautiful autumn pattern alongside me. If you are gracious enough, you can leave a review. This will help quite a bit. And thank you once again for taking the course. You have been a wonderful student. If you made it this far and see you in the next course.