Projects Winter Holiday Illustrations on Your iPad: Digital and Printable Art for the Holidays + 26 Stamps | Liz Kohler Brown | Skillshare

Winter Holiday Illustrations on Your iPad: Digital and Printable Art for the Holidays + 26 Stamps

Liz Kohler Brown, artist | designer | teacher

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11 Lessons (1h 18m)
    • 1. Winter Holiday Illustrations on Your iPad: Digital and Printable Art for the Holidays

      2:02
    • 2. Downloads + Inspiration

      3:31
    • 3. Making Snowflakes in Procreate

      6:28
    • 4. Making Snowflakes with a Symmetry App

      11:48
    • 5. Designing a Holiday Card

      7:53
    • 6. Adding Illustrations and Texture

      7:19
    • 7. Making Borders and Ornaments

      11:51
    • 8. Adding Metallics

      7:17
    • 9. Winter Plant Text Silhouettes

      8:55
    • 10. Creating Single Colored Lights

      5:50
    • 11. Creating Multi Colored Lights

      4:37

Project Description

The project for this class is a finished illustration using any of the techniques we covered in the class.  I can't wait to see what you create!

Here are the Class Downloads (you'll see the password in the first lesson)

Here is the Pinterest Inspiration board

Note: Skillshare projects have 2 parts:

1) the cover image (which gets cropped to 6 inches wide x 4 inches tall)

and

2) the projects (which can have any dimensions, image size under 2MB)  The easiest way to upload projects is to take a screenshot of your design, then go to the Photos app, click 'Edit' on the photo, and crop it.  Then upload that screenshot here in the projects section.

You can see my example project here.

Student Projects

Winter Holiday Illustrations Made in Procreate
Liz Kohler Brown
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Deborah Oxberry
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Hayşe Hummel
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Terri Moore
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Jade Kelsey
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Keona Baskin
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Sue Mattero
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Gabriela Spi
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Carlie Johns
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Amanda Johns
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Julie Sims
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Susan Brugger
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Kathy Sierra
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Demonica Poe
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