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

Liz Kohler Brown, artist | designer | teacher | author

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

    • 2. Downloads + Inspiration

    • 3. Making Snowflakes in Procreate

    • 4. Making Snowflakes with a Symmetry App

    • 5. Designing a Holiday Card

    • 6. Adding Illustrations and Texture

    • 7. Making Borders and Ornaments

    • 8. Adding Metallics

    • 9. Winter Plant Text Silhouettes

    • 10. Creating Single Colored Lights

    • 11. Creating Multi Colored Lights


About This Class


In this class I’ll show you how to create winter holiday illustrations on your iPad in Procreate.  When you take this class, you’ll get all of my holiday brushes including tons of snowflakes, ornaments, and lights, plus my blizzard texture and a few extras.  I’ll show you how I created my holiday illustrations, so you can make your own personalized winter holiday stamps.

First we’ll look at a few ways to make symmetrical snowflake brushes in Procreate, plus take a look at a free app that makes it easy to create any geometric shape you can imagine.  Then we’ll use the stamps, text, and hand drawn elements to create a unique holiday card.

Next we’ll use the quadrant symmetry tool in Procreate to create a sleek border around a simple quote.  I’ll show you how I create my holiday ornament brushes, and how you can personalize the ornaments with pattern and textures.

Next we’ll turn a simple piece of text into a winter plant filled illustration.  We’ll combine hand drawn plants and metallic textures to create a holiday message that stands out.  I’ll show you how to add a string of holiday lights to the top of your illustration, so your work literally shines on screen or in print!

All you need to take this class is your iPad and a stylus.  I’ll be using the Apple Pencil, but you could use any stylus, or even your finger.

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

Here is the Pinterest Inspiration board