Create Your Simple Watercolor Calendar Premium class
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Intro to Creating Your Simple Watercolor Calendar1:00
Write It Intro0:59
Write It Demo4:13
Paint It Intro1:09
Paint It Demo4:04
Lay It Out Intro1:59
Cleaning Up Art & Handlettering3:22
Lay It Out In Photoshop6:34
Lay It Out In Indesign7:32
About This Class
Set the tone for the year with beautifully simple watercolor! Create a calendar that is all your own in a short amount of time. We will paint watercolor pieces for each month, handletter our months, and lay it out easily. This is a fun class to kick off the new year while dabbling with the creative trends of the moment—watercolor and handlettering!
In this class you'll learn:
- how to paint elegant linework with watercolor
- keys to creating a cohesive calendar that's engaging
- basic brush marker techniques
- tips for handlettering
- how to use a design program--you may choose either Indesign and Photoshop, both shown--to create a skeleton design for all of the pages
- Amarilys' two favorite watercolor brands
This 30-minute class is perfect for beginners, doodlers, and those who like to tackle a fresh project while the enthusiasm is hot.
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So useful - would be great gifts to give and you broke it all down so nicely. Thanks!
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Aside from quick and easy techniques something that was even more important for me was the part where you arrange the calendar and make it all one style one size one fit. Really really useful for a newbie like me working on opening up my Etsy shop. Thank you Amarilys! You're great!
I process on paper and I problem-solve with keystrokes.
As a commercial illustrator, I've had the pleasure of bringing the dynamic vibrance of colorful watercolor strokes to everyday products. My work is licensed for greeting and Christmas cards, art prints, drawing books, and home decor items. My design background influences much of my recent work, revolving around typography and florals.
If anything describes me, it's that I'm an explorer. I am interested in how things work, often bouncing from the fine art world to vectors, from paint to textile patterns. I'm forever ignited by new ideas and projects, aiming to master them while enjoying the process.