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Creating a Simple Texture10:04
Creating a Pattern with an Abstract Watercolor Painting12:35
Creating a Pattern with a Detailed Watercolor Painting10:50
Creating a Pattern with a Detailed Pencil Drawing10:12
About This Class
If you are an illustrator, a painter, or a designer and would like to expand your ways of creating an outstanding image, this class will help you to do that.
Explore how to transform a detailed drawing or a simple watercolor painting into a magical pattern. Learn about Karina’s tips and secrets used in her creative process, in which the main tools are just a simple pencil or watercolors. This lesson will teach you not only a traditional approach, but a detailed instructions in a post production process, for example how to complete a detailed pencil drawing by coloring it in Photoshop. You will see how easy it is to approach a crispy colorful image from the artwork that was originally created with a basic materials.
By the end of the class you will be ready to create your own tailing print that can be used as textures for the posters or on such things as wallpapers, clothes, scarfs and other items.
For sure you will be amazed how simple it is and you definitely would like to make more infinitely repeating patterns!
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This was an incredible class. I feel so fortunate being taught by Karina. I've been following her work for a long time. The class was perfectly structured and has a lot of tips & tricks that I did not know of before. Thank you for taking the time to teach!
I dream and then I draw.
Karina Eibatova is an illustrator and fine-artist born in St.Petersburg, Russia. She lives a nomadic lifestyle and works as a freelancer. Karina has been fortunate enough to make her living solely from her artworks and she shares the creative process and reveal some of her favorite tips on Skillshare. The artist specializes in drawing, illustration, murals, video, calligraphy and typography. Her portfolio reveals a versatile artist equally adept at colorful surrealist explorations as well as more traditional approaches. Karina's work is connected to the notions of nature, peace and love. Influenced by Earth and space, she delicately transforms floral motives into her own surreal, psychedelic scenes, rebelling against the remorseless actions of society and the continual destruction of the environment.