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10 Videos (15m)
    • Intro

    • Materials

    • Painting Preparation

    • Cuteness

    • Sketching

    • Painting I

    • Painting II

    • Painting III

    • Finishing touches

    • Final Thoughts


About This Class

Welcome to Gouache for Illustrators,

I'm Romica Spiegl-Jones of Romica Jones Design and I'm a graphic designer and Illustrator based in Manchester. Gouache is a beautiful medium and has been used by Illustrators way before the computer was part of our lives. Following the Success of "Your first Steps with Gouache", which covers the basics of gouache, I'm really happy to present you this new class.

In this class you will learn how to create a cute animal illustration with Gouache.


The class covers:

  • The materials you need
  • The Concept of Cuteness - What actually makes things cute
  • How to prepare your workspace
  • 2 different Sketching Methods
  • Brush Practice Strokes for fur
  • How to layer colours
  • How to add details for a beautiful finished Illustration

You will also receive an exclusive "Gouache for Illustrators" - Cheat Sheet PDF for Mixing Colours.


ENROLL TODAY to receive access to self-paced videos, feedback on your progress, friendly class mates and more.

I'm looking forward to all your beautiful projects,

Romica :)

138 of 146 students recommendSee All

Loved the class. Step by step instructions were very good. Thank you!
Es para principiantes. Es facil de entender, sin embargo un poco larga para mi gusto. Está bien.
Juan Pablo Baene

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This is a nicely paced class with clear instruction. And a very cute hedgehog at the end. Thank you!
Lisa Derrick

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Romica Spiegl-Jones

Romica Spiegl-Jones is a passionate creative business owner, graphic designer, illustrator and mature student based in Manchester. She loves to create things that stay in people's minds, hearts and homes. She believes that design can help to make this world a better place and that there's beauty in the small things.