Digital Illustration: How to Draw Squared Animals in Adobe Illustrator Premium class

Andrey Bzhitskikh, Freelancer Illustrator

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11 Videos (25m)
    • Intro

      1:41
    • How to Find the References

      1:10
    • Drawing a sketch

      2:45
    • Preparing Adobe Illustrator

      1:26
    • Body, belly and Paws

      4:45
    • Head, Mane and Ears

      3:16
    • Muzzle

      2:16
    • Fingers and Claws

      2:15
    • Tail

      2:38
    • Adding color

      2:13
    • Conclusion

      0:39

About This Class

Drawing Animals - too boring for you? Looking for some more creative idea? How about .. square animals? Oh yeah! A truly square!

This is a super simple and fun 25 minute class from which you will learn how to draw any animal in my style. I'm going to draw a lion. We'll start with a usual square and at the end of this class you will succeed fully finished, colored square animal! And you will learn the tips and techniques for using Adobe Illustrator tools to work effectively. 

And shh! Secret tips and tricks for effective work in Adobe Illustrator are attached! Well, maybe not so secret.. but anyway!

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This class is amazing. I learned a lot of basic illustrator by watching this class!
He makes it look so easy
Awesome tutorial. I learnt a lot of tricks!

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Andrey Bzhitskikh

Freelancer Illustrator

Hey! My name is Andrew Bzhitskikh (I know it is too difficult to pronounce, so simple - Andrew :) ) and here's few facts about my life:

- I live in the cold and beautiful Siberia in Russia. The truth is not so cold but really beautiful!

- Sometimes I make a Native American Flutes for fun and ice figures.

- I'm participate in Aikido, love skiing, hiking and archery. 

- I love to sketch and draw all time of my life. So today I'm a Freelance Illustrator and Graphic Designer. And I want to tell you all that I know and of course to learn something new!

Stay tuned! It will be interesting! :)