Hand Lettering: Add Digital Color and Texture for Final Polish Premium class
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Getting Started Part 15:36
Getting Started Part 28:08
Scanning and Digitizing17:09
Color Part 111:24
Color Part 23:23
Color Part 38:55
Handmade Textures Part 19:49
Handmade Textures Part 212:34
Handmade Textures Part 33:23
Incorporating Handmade Textures Part 110:17
Incorporating Handmade Textures Part 224:26
Incorporating Handmade Textures Part 322:15
Photoshop Brushes and Texture14:41
About This Class
Join lettering artist Mary Kate McDevitt as she shares her step-by-step process for creating a final hand lettered piece of art. This class focuses on digitizing your drawings, adding color, and creating texture. The result are breathtaking lettering illustrations with final, professional polish!
This is the second class in a two-part series on Hand Lettering. Be sure to explore all of Mary Kate's hand lettering classes on Skillshare.
In this class, you'll pick up where her introductory class left off, and explore the process of bringing a piece all the way to a final digital state. Mary Kate will offer tips and tricks that she's picked up along the way and demonstrate how you can use them in your own illustrations. Key lessons cover:
- Digitizing (including scanning, cleaning up, and vectorizing your drawings)
- Adding color
- Creating texture
- Finishing touches
Even if you're already a skilled letterer, you will learn new tips on what to avoid when adding color and texture, and how to make a clean final file that is ready to share with friends online or send to a printer.
If you find letters beautiful and want to turn your handwriting into artful drawings, this is the class for you.
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It os amazing to watch a professional workflow from start to finish. I learned a lot from this class.
My name is Mary Kate McDevitt, and I've been working as a full time freelance letterer since 2010. I've had the privilege of working for a number of great clients, including Nintendo, Sesame Street, Nike, O Magazine, Chronicle Books and CMYK Magazine and more. I take on a variety of projects; everything from editorial illustrations to headlines for advertising, to book covers, journals, posters, wine labels, and products.
I live and work in Brooklyn, NY with my boyfriend, the screen printer Fred DiMeglio, and my fluffy cat Peppy Mew Mew.
For more information, and to view my entire portfolio, visit marykatemcdevitt.com.