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Beach Breeze and Sloth Ease: Drawing a Cute Sloth Family in Procreate

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      Introduction

      0:24

    • 2.

      Basic Scheme

      14:03

    • 3.

      Mama Sloth Sketch

      15:25

    • 4.

      Scarf Sloth Sketch

      11:35

    • 5.

      Sleepy Sloth and Background Sketch

      30:35

    • 6.

      Clean Lines

      8:46

    • 7.

      Basic Colors

      14:11

    • 8.

      Shadows

      25:01

    • 9.

      Highlights

      4:06

    • 10.

      Final Beautification

      6:22

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About This Class

Into this class, we’ll draw a cute, chilling sloth family. You'll learn how to draw cute pictures by using simple techniques. We're starting from scratch, so you don't need any additional preparations.

This class doesn’t require any prior experience or fancy tools. Everything you’ll see will be happening in Procreate, however if you have other software or want to try traditional materials – you’re welcome to join!

During the class, we'll explore:

  • Simple shapes with QuickShape tool;
  • Liquify Tool;
  • Alpha Lock, Clipping masks & Blending Modes;
  • Basics of Lights and Shades;
  • Write sticker die-cut outlines.

Upon completion:

  • You'll get a full colored illustration of the sloth family which you might use, for example, as clip art, or as a full-fledged illustration – you can print it or use digitally;
  • You'll know the basics of making cute characters;
  • You'll be ready to start creating your own kawaii pictures.

All class materials, such as color palette, you could find under Resources.

Looking forward to seeing you in class!


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1. Introduction: Hello everyone, I'm uni and into this class we'll draw a cute sloth family. This class doesn't require any prior experience or fancy tools. We'll start from scratch and we'll be using simple techniques throughout the process. Everything you will see will be happening in Procreate. However, if you have other software or want to try traditional materials, you're welcome to join if you are ready to start, let's jump right into it. 2. Basic Scheme: Let's start our class by deciding what kind of Canvas we are gonna be using. You can see is a very simple standard square canvas that you can find in Procreate. Both pixel width and pixel height are set at 2048 pixels. If you would like to use any other dimensions for your canvas, just go for it. S for a DPI, we are using 300 and S for the color profile. We are setting it at RGB with this low number. When it's all down, I just hit Done and it will be resurrected to our new canvas. And now we will need to decide what kind of colors where are gonna be using throughout the whole class. You can go to the verdict interest herself and download all the materials. And when he did it, Let's just go straight to our color palettes and let check out what we have here. Here we have two options of how we can use our colors. They come back to you and the cards, we will go to the cars because here we have all the colors, names, and it'll be easier for us to navigate through them. And why don't we, I still here into our color palettes. Let's select our first scholar that we'll be using for our Scheme and for our Sketch. And this guy will be magenta. When we have our color, we will need to go and select the brush. So we are going to the brush library, we are going to this cation folder and we isolated any brush that you like from here. You can try every brush here. You can find what works for you. And 20 I satisfied with your brush ledgers, get back to our Canvas and we will start by creating a little Scheme. We will need to go and create a shape on the triangle that we will put in the middle of our canvas. So how can we create our sheep on the triangle? Very easily, we will just go to our Canvas and just with one line, we will go and create the shape. So let's just do something like that and they end on the line. We will hold our Apple Pencil and he will say that you snap your shape to a better one if you want to rotate it in any way, just move your Apple pencil in a circular direction. And if you need to adjust it in any way, we will go to the top where we have this popped up option, which for me says polyline for you. It might be triangle. If you have the option triangle when you tapped onto this oxygen editing Modes, you can just go and select it. So now let's just go and adjust our shape. You can see when we are add the editing mode, we have some blue nodes. We can just go to them, we can drag them and we can adjust our sheep. So firstly, let's just go and make the whole shape a little bit bigger. We can go to one of the nodes that we have in the middle. So let's just due to the right one and we will drag it more toward the right side. We will do the same thing with our left one. So again, we're arguing to this node and we are again dragging it more toward the left side. Now let's just try to make an even triangle. And when you have, as we will need to put it more toward the center. So to do so, we will need to go to any blank space that we have, ones that are Canvas. We'll hold our Apple pencil there and we will drag this shape to the needed place. If you need to adjust your shape in any way, you are welcome to go and do that. All that we need right now is to create an even sheep tried to keep the distance from all the sides, even on all the sex. When you're down, we will need to get away from our editing mode. And we can do it very easily just by heating our screen, either with our Apple pencil or with one of our fingers. So let's just go away from the editing mode and let's continue creating our Scheme. So now we will need to go and create a vertical line that is going through the center of our sheet. Let's just go over our triangle and we will try to create our line the same way as before, just with one line we are creating it and at the end we are holding it. If you are holding your Apple pencil, you can see that you can adjust the angle on this line. For now. Let just keep it very streets. If you need to adjust it in any way, if you need to adjust the angle or if you need to put it more toward the sensor, you know what you need to do it. You will need to go to the editing mode. We, I go into this top option, which now says line. And again we have our familiar notes. If you need to adjust the angle, go to one of them and adjusted if you need to move it more toward the sensor, again, go to a blank space that you have on your canvas. Hold your Apple pencil and try to put your rights in the middle on the shape. And when you haven't lie, just tap on the screen and we will need to create two more lines, but this time they will be horizontal. So we will need to find three of these sheep and we will just go easily and firstly, create Markdown. So you are going just by your eye and A1 Alito marks down like that. You don't need to be very precise. Just try to make the three shapes that will be quite equal to each other. When you have this Markdown, let just go and create our horizontal lines the same way as we have created our vertical line. We are going a little bit beyond the shape of the triangle. And then we're ago with across the whole shape, we are holding our life and the ends. We are adjusting our anger. We are trying to make a very straight line. If you need to put it more to this mark down that you have created, we'll go into our editing mode to Art soap line. We are tapping on it and we are moving more toward these little parts. When you habits, we are tapping on our screen and again, we are creating one more line that will represent another third. So again, we're arguing and creating the line going across the whole shape, adjust the angle, try to make it straight. If you need to position a differently, go to the editing mode and position it differently. Try to make these thirds quite equal. When your eye down the leg, just tap on the screen and we are done with our Scheme. The next thing that we will need to do is to go to Arles entry name this layer that we have for our Scheme. To do so we will need to tap on the layer and choose Rename. Let's just go with a title Scheme. And when we rename this layer, if you take a look at your Canvas right now, you probably will say that airlines for the Scheme are a little bit too bright. And if we were to create other elements there, it will be Elizabeth confusing for us. A little bit hard to see everything that's happened in onto this layer through all these slides. Just go and make this layer a little bit more transparency. What we need to do is to go to earlier with this scheme, we will go to our little N, I can nearly check box and you will see that we have a slider opacity. We can grab it and we can drag it more toward the left side until we still can see what's happening in, onto this layer. But when it's not that bright and disturbance, so find a level that works for you. And when you are done, let just tap on our layer with the Scheme one more time to close this window. And when we are done, we will continue agent Art details and we will need to create some layout that will help us to create the whole illustration. Let's just go and create one more layer, tapping on the plus icon and we will rename this layer as layout. Now we the same brush and we're the same color. We will go to this third that we have on the bottom. We'll go to the middle part of it and we will create another sheet. This time. It will be Eric tingle, and we will do the same way as we did with our triangle jazz with one line. So let just very boldly go there and create our sheet. At the end of the line. We will hold our Apple pencil and you will see that we snapped it to a Beta sheet. If you need to rotate it, go with your Apple pencil in a circular motion. If you need to make it bigger, just drag it more toward this side. Then we will go or our top to the editing mode. If you have some options there, for example, rectangle or quadrillion or something like that. You can go and select it if you don't have it, we will go manually and adjust our sheet. All that we need is to remain the shape to look like a rectangle. Wages go and adjust it if we need to. And now we will go and move this shape more toward the center. So what we need to do is to go to some blank space that we have on our Canvas. Hold our Apple pencil there and just drag this sheet, try to put it in a middle. So this line that we have going from top to the bottom is going through the center of our new shape. And also we will do and drag this shape a little bit up. The line on the bottom is floating above our ally of the triangle. When you have something like that led just tap on the screen and we will get away from our editing melt. Now when we have this shape, we will go to the bottom and we will create a little paddle. Today we are creating an illustration with this loss and the I sit in on a little eyelet. So what we need to do is to go along the shape that we have on the bottom and create a very blobby shape of the paddock. We're just going there and we are creating some feel like that you can play with the sheep in any way that you like. You can make it very rounded. Or if you want, you can go with a wavy lines adjusted to your liking, find what works for you. Then we will go and create a few more elements. So now let just go between these little paddle that we have just created and this little elements, that is our rectangle. And on the sides of it, we will create two ellipses. One is a little bit bigger and what is a little bit smaller? So firstly, let us go over our left side and we will create a shape like that. Again, you can go and create it manually. Just very basically, if you want, you can go and hold your Apple pencil at the end of the line and snap it to a better shape. These LH should be also be tilted. When you have something like that. If you want to adjust it in any way, go to the editing mode and adjusted. So for example, we can go and drag it more toward the sensor. When you have the sheep. In that way, Let's just tap on the screen and we will get away from our editing mode. And now we will go to the opposite side and we will create another ellipse, but this time it will be slightly smaller. So again, the same way as before. We are creating our shape either manually or holding our Apple Pencil and they end on the line. We are adjusting its angle. And if we need to adjust it even more, we are going to our editing Modes. Let's position it in that way and let's keep our size a little bit smaller than our previous elements. When you have it, we will tap on our screen and we will get away from our editing Modes. And now we will go on top of our rectangle and we will adjust, adjust a little bit. We don't need this line that we have on the top. We will need to turn it into another ellipse tool and just grab our eraser tool and we will erase this line on the top. When you did it, we will go grab our brush one more time and we will try to fit another, an ellipse right between these lines that we have of our rectangle. So what we need to do is to go the same way as before and create this shape at the end of the line. We will hold it and then we will go to our editing mode. Now, let's play with our nodes on the side We will try to fit it in. When you have it, we will need to make the whole shape a little bit more closed. So that means that we will need to go either to our soap note or to the bottom one, and we will need to drag it more toward the center when you have the flat elements like that, if you need to drag it alphabets app, let just go and drag it. Basically, what we need is something like that. When you have it's alleges tap on the screen who will get away from our editing mode. And we will add one more ellipse on top of this ellipse that we have just created. What we need to do again is to go there and create a shape like that. Hold it and the ends if you want to, if you want to adjust it and maybe make it more rounded, you're welcome to go to the in Modes. If you want to adjust the size, again, you are welcome to go and do that. These elements will represent our slots. So the size of the elements will be the size of the slots. So when you're satisfied with the size, own this element like just SAP on our screens to get away from our editing mode. Now, we will need to go and add a few more guiding lines. Firstly, let's just go over our right side and we will go to this intersection that we have right here between our little islands and our rectangle. From this intersection, we will go up with a curve like that. You can play with this curvature. You can play with its size. These little elements will be our pump Eating it's adjusted. Ledgers go to the editing mode and you can adjust the curvature by moving these little notes. For now, let's leave it as it is right now. Let's just tap on the screen and get away from the editing mode. And then we will add one more line like that, but on the opposite side. So we will go to our left sides to some intersection here if you have it right here, and from here we will just create another line going in the same direction. If you want it, adjust it in any way. You are welcome to do it. If you want to make it smaller or bigger, you are welcome to do it. If you want to adjust its position or if you want to adjust the curvature on this element, again, you're welcome to do it when you are done Sabbath on the screen and getting away from our editing Modes. Now, we will go to the sides from our Alito elements for this loss. And we will add a few more guidelines that later on we will turn into some leaves. Let's first go over our left side. We will go to this intersection that we have between our lives and our little islands. And from here, we will create a few lines in that way. You can play with their size. You can play with the direction, you can play with the curvature on the slides. You can play with the amount of this elements. It's all up to you. All that we need is to create a few guys in life that later on we can use for our leaves. When you have these elements, we will go or our right side and we will do something similar here. Again, you can go and create three lines, two lines play with the direction and find what works for you. When you have something like that. Ledgers get back to Arles. We will go to earlier with the layout and we will change the opacity again. We will tap on this icon and we will drag this slider with the opacity more toward the left side. When you have something like that led us continue in the next part where we'll be creating our Sketch 3. Mama Sloth Sketch: Let's say disbarred by going to early years and we will create one more layer for our escape. So we are tapping on the plus icon and we will rename our layer. Now when they have are new layer with the same brush, we will go to our color palettes and who will select some contrasts color. In that way, we will know what is happening in onto earlier with the Sketch Layer. Select dark red. When we have our new color, we will zoom in our Canvas to this object that we have in the middle of our Scheme, and we will start creating the first slot. So what we need to do firstly, we will go to the sides from our ellipse and we will create two diagonal lines like that. When we have these two lines, we will go to the bottom and we will connect them together. We the curve. Again, you can do it manually or if you want, you can hold your Apple pencil at the end of the line and creates a better sheep. When we have this curve, ledgers go to the corners that we have just created and we will turn them into the soft corners. So instead of this very straight angles, we will just need to go and create the curve. Let's just do it on the first side and then we'll move on to the opposite side and we will do the same thing here, creating the curves. When we are done, we will grab our eraser tool and we will erase all the layers that we don't need. Now when we have the shape like that, we will go to the soap and we will start creating the head. What do we need to do firstly, is to find an approximate center on the whole sheet. So we can just go there and create a little markdown. When we have it, we will go on top of it and we will create a sheep of the circle or an ellipse. Let's just go and create something like that. You can play around with this size on this element. This is what we need for creating the shape of the hats. If you want a bigger Hat, go with a bigger shape. If you want a smaller head. On the contrary, go with a smaller shape, is always you can hold your Apple pencil and the end of the line. And if you need to adjust the shape, go to the editing mode and adjusted from here. So for example, we can go with the sheep or miss circle, and we can go and make it a little bit bigger. So it will go a little bit beyond their frames on the Alice that we already had on our Scheme. When we have something like that, ledgers get away from our editing mode and let's continue adding some details. So firstly, we will go to them what Sam, and we will start creating some legs here. Let's go to the left side of our shape, and we will firstly need to find an approximate sense or own the whole curve. So when my time I go into this line that we have on the left and we are making a little mark down. We will go underneath this little mark down and we will start creating our leg here. We will use an egg shape. If it's easier for you, you can start by creating an ellipse and then manually adjusted. What we need to do is to create something like that. You can go a little bit beyond your initial shape. It's okay. If you want to adjust the sheep even more, you can go and adjust it manually. When you have the sheep like that, we will go to the opposite side and we will create something similar here, but this time it will be a little bit bigger. So let's just go and create a similar shape. You can make it as big as you like. You can overlap your shape. You can make them apart, you can make them touch. It's all up to you. When we have the second shape, ledgers grab the areas are two and we will erase all the lines that we don't meet. Now when we have the shapes for our legs, Let's continue by making the shapes of our irons. So firstly, we will go to our right side, right above our leg, and we will create another egg shape. This time Elis little bit smaller. So again, let just go and create something like that. When you have this arm on our right, Let's move on to the left side and let's create another arm. But this time we will create a slightly different shape. We will firstly go a little bit above our leg here and we will make a little more exam. When we hand this markdown, we will go and create the shape like that. So it won't be a very LNG did ellipse. You can make it a little bit thicker from the left side than it is from the right. And when we have this shape, we will go and create a little dance on the top. So it right from the middle part of our arm, we will go and create a curve going in that way. When you have it, we will grab the eraser tool and we will erase the lines that we don't meet. When we are done with this part, ledgers go over the top and we will work once in our heads. So firstly, we have this knowledge that we have created for this shape of the hat. Let just go and create a little mask that sloth have. So what do we need to do is to go to this intersection that we have right here between these two lines. And from here, we will go to both sides. We will create the shapes like that. They will be just the curves. When you have these curves, if you need to adjust something grand the eraser tool and ingested. After that, we will go and create our facial features. So what we need to do is to go a little bit lower than we have this little line that we have just created. And we will need to create the ice. What we need to do is to go to the middle part of this shape. So let's just go and make a little markdown. When we had this little minds-on, we will go to this side of it. You decide whether you want to go to the left side, where to the right side. What do we need to do is to create a sheep of the circle ledgers go and create something like that. You can always adjust the size. You can hold your Apple pencil and the ends and snap it to a better shape when you're holding your Apple pencil and when you snap your shape to an ellipse, you can go and hold one of your fingers on the screen and you will snap your shape to a perfect circle when you hand the size that you like, ledgers go to the opposite side. And let's make this eye on the opposite side a little bit bigger if you went to the left side. Firstly, we're a little bit smaller if you went to the right side. Firstly, what we need to do is to create slightly bigger shape here. The same way as before. Hold your Apple pencil and the underlying, hold one of your fingers on the screen. And let's just go to the editing mode to make sure that our shape on the right is slightly bigger. We will just go to our editing Modes and we will move our shape toward our left side. Make sure that it is bigger. If it's not, you can go between the nodes and you can adjust the shape. Now, let's just get it back to our right side. And you can see that we have this line in the middle. What we need to do is to make a little bit of perspective here. So we will need to drag this little circle that we have just created, the bigger one a little bit closer to the right side. We are just making a slight difference between our middle part. So let just take it and ledgers move it more toward direct. So you can see that the distance from the middle part is slightly bigger. And when you are done, alleges tab on our screen to get away from the editing mode. Now we will go inside this little shifts and we will shade them. When you are done. Very conveniently, we have this little mark down in the middle and we will turn it into a nodes. So let's just go a little bit above it and we will create a little very rounded triangle. Let's shade this shape again. And we will go grab an eraser tool and we will erase this markdown that we had. And now let just go and create a little shape above our elements. What do we need to do firstly, is to go right in the middle and we will create a little shape like that. So the same, it is our shape over the circle. We are holding our Apple Pencil at the end of the line. We are holding one of our fingers and we are adjusting this size. So it is just a little bit bigger than our eye on the left. When you have it, we will go to the left firstly, and we will create another shape of the circle. This will be that big. We are holding it at the ends. We are holding Apple Pencil and we are trying to put it right in the middle. So our iris that we have for the eye is right in the middle of the sheep. If you need to adjust the placement, go over your top to the editing mode and adjusted when you have it, we will go to our right side and we will do the same thing here. So let just go and create another circle. Again. It will be a little bit bigger. And we are holding our Apple Pencil at the end of the land. We are holding one of our fingers on the screen. And if we need to go to our editing mode, we will go and adjust the placement of these elements so our eye is right in the middle. When we are done, we will tap on our screen. We will get away from the editing mode. We will grab our eraser tool and we will go and erase this part in-between. Now we have this peculiar shape. And if you want, you can go right above the sheet that you have under the nose. And we can go and create a little smile here. Now, we will go inside the shapes of our eyes. We will grab the eraser tool and we will add some details here. So what do we need to do is to go in the middle part of it and we will create a little curve like that. When you have it on the first I, Let's move on to the opposite side and let's do the same thing here. You can adjust the size of your eraser and make this element bigger or smaller. When you have something like that, Let's continue adjusting our shapes so it looks more like a Sloth. What we need to do firstly, is to go to our right part and we will create a curve going down and it will continue our sheep, and it will connect it with our leg. So we will need to create a pretty big curve like that. Try to make it very smooth. If you need to adjust it, hold your Apple pencil and the ants go to the editing Modes, add more volume on the bottom. And when you're done with your right part, alleged, just work on to the left one. So firstly, we will go to this line that we have on the top that we have for our hat. And we will continue with this line going down. When we have the curve like that, we will go to the bottom right in between our arm and leg. And we will continue creating this line just the same way as we have it on the top. So we don't need this line that we have right between our arm and leg. And what we need to do next is to go and smoothen up our shapes on the leg and of our Art. So we will just go to the side, to the left one and we will try to make it smoother. So let's just make them less protruding. And when you did it, we will grab the eraser tool and we will erase all the lives that we don't need. We also will go to overwrite parts and we will erase this part that we have on the leg. You can continue erasing it until you have this dance on the top. And also we will go to the bottom part of our arm and we will erase this line here too. If you still have the lines that you need to erase you and erase them. And when you are done with this part, we will just go and continue creating another elements What we need to do right now is to go to the top part of our sloth and we will add a little hair here. What we need to do is to create a shape like that. So you can think of it as it is a little heart or you can just go and create a few petals here. Try to make them very tiny and very nice. And when you have something like that, let just take a look at the whole Illustration without the lines of our Scheme. So we won't go to Arles and we will hide these two layers, layout and Scheme. To do so, we will need to go to our little check marks and we will need to tap on that. So let's just take a look at the whole Illustration and less adjusted if we need it. And we can adjust our shapes very easily with a tool that Procreate has, what we need to do is to go to our magic one tool over the top-left and select the option, Liquify one the bottom we have this panel and here we need to select push. You can adjust the pressure and you can adjust the size of the brush. With this brush, we can go alone, are elements and we can push them in or out. So let just spend some time there and let ages are shaped to our ligand. Remember that now is just as Sketch and it doesn't need to be perfect. All that we need right now is to translate a general idea. Later on, we can adjust all the details on the furthest digits. When you're satisfied with your sketch, ledgers continue by adding more details. So firstly, we will need to get away from our Liquify tool. We will go to our magic 121 more time and we will tap on it. When you are done with this part one more time where I getting back to our layers and we will get back earliest width, layout and Scheme back. What we need to do is to go to this part that we have between our legs and the arms. And we will add a little slot there to just add a baby slope. We will firstly go and create a curve going in that way. This will be just the head of our little buddy. If you want to adjust it in any way, go to the editing Modes and adjusted when you hand the shade that you like, Let's just tap on the screen and get away from our editing Modes. Now what we'll need to create something similar to the facial features that we have on the big sloth. So let just go and start by creating the ice. Firstly, we will go again to our left side firstly, and we will create the shape of the ellipse. If you want to create a circle, hold one of your fingers on the screen, age as the size. And we will go inside this shape and we will shade it when we have it, we will go to the opposite side and we will do the same thing here. Let's create another shape of the circle. Let's position it more toward the left side so it's not touching our arm that we have on the right. When you have the shape, one more time, we will go inside it and we will shade it. Now, we will need to continue by creating a little nose right between the eyes. So let's just go to the middle part and let's create a similar knows that we have on our main elements of the sloth. When we have it, we will need to recreate this little mask. So let just go and create this shape in that way. So again, we are creating two curves. It probably won't be seen later on, but we still need to add it. And also we will go underneath it and we will add another curve to end up the whole mask. Later on, we will be Recoloring this object in different colors. So it'll be really helpful for us to have this line. When we are done with this line, we will need to go and recreate these shapes that we have above our eyes. So let's just go again and create the circle. Hold it at the end snippet to better shape and try to put it right in the middle. When you have it, we are going to the opposite side and we are doing this similar thing here. And now let just go above our nose and let's create another circle position and differently if you need to and when you are satisfied with its position, ledgers grab the eraser tool and we will erase all the lines that we don't eat. We also will go to this lines that we have overlapping our arms and we will erase them. So now we have Elizabeth Sloth. If you want to check out how it looks without the layout and Scheme lines, you can go to the layers and hide these two layers. If you want to adjust some parts, you are welcome to go to the Liquify tool and adjust them. And the last thing that we will need to add here is this little elements inside the eyes and just grab the eraser tool. Let's adjust its size and ledgers go and create these two curves. And now we can say that we are done with our first Sloth solidous. Get back to our list and we will unhide our LEA with layout and Scheme. And we can continue by you and encourage into more slots. 4. Scarf Sloth Sketch: Let's continue making our slopes by going firstly to our ellipse on the left. We will do the same thing as we did with our first slot, but this time it will be a different pose. So firstly, let just go to this right part on this Alice. And we will create a diagonal line going down like this. When we have it, we will create a little curve on the bottom to connect this new curve with our ellipse. So let's just go and create a smooth corner the same way as we did with our first illustration. When you have the curve like that, let's just turn it into a leg. So the same way as before, we are creating a shape of the leg that we used before. And it was some kind of an egg shape. Again, you can play around with its size, you can play around with its position and with everything that she wants to play around with. So for example, let's end up with something like that. And then we'll go to the opposite side and we will create another leg. This time. Let's make this legs a little bit apart from each other. So we will go to our left side, right two are aligned only Alice, and from here we will create another egg shape, this a little bit smaller. Let's create something like that. As always, if it's easier for you to start by creating an L it and then adjusting it to an egg shape. You are welcome to go and do that. When you have the second leg ledgers go and create this little bump part. We will go between our little legs and we will create another curve going Elizabeth upfront airline that we have on our ellipse. When we have something like that, we are ready to create our arms. So firstly going over our left side, going above our little leg, and again creating the shape of the arm with the shape of the egg Lynch's go and create something like that. You can overlap the shapes you always can play with the size and the placement when you're satisfied with its position, ledgers go to the opposite side and let's create another arm. Again, we are doing above our leg and we are creating a similar shape here. Now, if you want to clean everything up, let Jazz rep are areas or two and we will erase all the lines that we don't need. We don't need this overlapping lines that we have on the top. So let's just go and erase. Now, we also don't need the whole line that we have for our legs. So let's just go to the right part on our right leg. And let's erase this little line and we will do the same thing with our arm. So just go in there and erasing this part on the right. Now, when you have something like that, allege us go to the top and we will create the hats the same way as before. We will start by creating the shape of the circle or an ellipse. And to make it very clear, let us go and find an approximate center of the whole shape, making a little mark down. And when we have it, we will go above it and we will create our shape. Let's just go and create it the same way as before by holding our Apple pencil at the end of the line. Or if you want to create it manually, you are welcome to do it. If you need to adjust your sheep, always go to the editing mode and adjust it from here. When we have our shape, we will need to go inside of it and we will need to create this mask elements. So let's firstly go a little bit to the top and we will create the shape that we had before with two curves. The curve on the left will be a little bit smaller than the curve on the right. Let's just add a little bit down from our top curve. And here we will create our two curves for our mask. When you have something like that, Let's just go and add the facial features the same way as before. We are creating our first ellipse on the left leg. Just go to the middle part of our heads. If you need to, you can go and make a little mark down here. And from this my exam, we will step aside and we will start by creating the shape of the ellipse. Just hold your Apple pencil at the end of the line snapping to a better shape. And if you want to snap it to a circle, hold one of your fingers on the screen. When you're satisfied with the size of your elements, Let's unfold everything that we are holding right now. If you need to adjust it, you can always go to the editing mode and adjust the placement or size or anything. When you are satisfied, let just go inside this shape and let's shade it. And now we will do the same thing on the opposite side. And this time it will be a little bit bigger ellipse. So let just go and create our first shape. We will hold our Apple pencil if you want to snap it to a circle, hold one of your fingers on the screen. Make sure that it is L is bigger than the sheep on the left. And to make sure, we will need to go to our editing mode and we will need to drag our new shape to the opposite side. And we will adjust our size just a little bit. It is a little bit above our main shape on the left. When you're done with resizing your elements, we will move it back to our right. Let's position it a little bit farther from the center. And when you're satisfied with your elements lead, just go inside it and let's shade it. When we are done, we will go to this little mark down that we've made in the center and we will turn it into our Alito knows. So again, I go in a little bit above it and we are creating a very rounded triangle, shaded streets away, and then grab an eraser tool and erase the lines that we don't need. And now let just go above our eyes and we will start creating our little mask elements We will go to our left side. Firstly, we are creating our shape of the circle, holding our Apple pencil at the end of the line, holding one of our fingers. And we will go to the editing mode and we will try to position it right in the center. When you have it, we will go and create the same sheep on our right parts. This time it will be a little bit bigger. And when we are done with their eyes ledgers go and create another circle for our nose, the same way as before holding our Apple pencil at the end of the line and hold in one of our fingers on the screen, position it right in the middle. And when you are done, we will go away from our editing mode and we will grab the eraser tool and erase these lines that we have in-between our objects. And as we still have our Eraser tool turn on, ledgers go inside the eyes and we will add our additional elements there. So if you want to repeat the same shapes that you had on your first law, if you are welcome to use, if you want to experiment a little bit and maybe find something different, you are welcome to do it too. So let just go inside the eyes and add our additional elements there. And when we are done, we will grab our brush one more time and we will go underneath the nose and we will add our little math here. We can repeat the same shape that we had before, or we can experiment a little bit and find something different. So for example, let's just go to this line that we have on the mask and we will create a line like that. We are creating a very big and Smiley mouth. If you want to erase and parts or adjust them in any way, grab the eraser tool and adjust them. Now with the same brush. Allege us go over the top and we will add our lead cell element that we have for our hair. So let's just go over the top and we will add these two little petals. As always, you can experiment with their size and with their position and with their angle. You are welcome to do whatever you want here. Just create this little hair elements. When we are done, we will go between our little phase and the arms, and we will add a little scarf here. So what we need to do is to go right underneath this line that we have for the face. And we will go firstly over our left sides. So let just go near this line that we have as our scheme. And we will just go and repeat it. Firstly, when we have it, we will need to add some volume to our little scarf. So we will need to create a line that will look like that. So we are creating some kind of a fault here. Ranges go near our top part and we will create the line going down and then it will create a little dent here. You can play with the position of this dance. It's again up to you. When we write down what, we'll grab the eraser tool and we will erase the lines that we don't meet. Now when we have this on our left side, let's move on to the right and we will do something similar here. We will stop a little bit from this side of our sloth and we will go and create a similar line here. You can repeat this same dance, or you can play around and find something different. When you have your little dance led, just go and create a little triangular shape on the bottom. So what do we need to do is to go and create something like that. We are just connecting our lines on the sides and we are creating these triangular shape on the bottom. When we have it, we will go or that soap and we will create a curve right underneath our head or a little bit above it. And again, with this curve, we are connecting our sites. When you are done alleged just grab an eraser tool and we will erase all the lines that we don't need to pay more attention to these intersections that we have on our arms because we want our arms to be a bath or a scarf. Let's just go and erase the lines that we have on our arms. Now let us go over r right parts, and we will erase this line that we have for our scarf, but we will need to create a different shape. So it is still S-curve and it is above our arm. So let just go between these two objects are armed and our scarf, and we will create another line here. So it is kind of lean on our arm. When you have it, we will grab our eraser tool one more time and we will continue areas in the lines that we don't need. Now we can go and create our faults. So we can go to this little dance that we have on our sites and we can create a few lines going in that way. If you want to add some pattern on your sketch on this curve, you are welcome to do. So for example, just to know what we are going to be doing next, we will go and create a few little flowers on our scarf. We also will go to our right parts, right where we have our scarf bonded soap. And from this little scarf, Let's just go and create one more elements. That will be a little flower. We will go and create the stem first list. So just go there and create a little curve like that. When you have it, we will go on top of it and we will create a few petals there too. Let's just go firstly with one flower and then maybe add a few more. Linda's go to the tip of our stem and we will create a few petals. If you want to add more flowers, you are welcome to do it. Remember that now we are creating just a sketch, so it doesn't need to be perfect. If it's a little bit messy, it's okay. You just need to know what you are putting here and later on be able to recreate it. So now we are almost done with this sketch layer. Just go to our right part and let's turn this very straight line that we have on the right into a curve. We're just going there underneath our scarf and we are creating a curve there. Let's erase the lines that we don't need. And when we are done with this part, ledgers go to our liquefy tool and let's adjust our elements. Firstly, we will go to our leaders and we will hide our leaders with layout and scheme. Then we will go to our magic one tool over the top-left and we will select liquefy. We are using push and we can adjust the size of our brush and we will just go and adjust our elements to our ligand. So for example, let's just go to this arm that we have on the left, and let's push it a little bit toward the center. Just spend some time here and adjust your elements. And when you are done with this part, we will move on to our next slot. 5. Sleepy Sloth and Background Sketch: For our last Sloth, firstly, let us get back to our layers and we will unhide our layers with the Scheme and layouts we are still at earlier with this gauge. And we will go Zoom in our Canvas to our last ellipses. What do we need to do here firstly, is to go to our left side on this ellipse and create a curve like that. When you have it, we are ready to create our leg here. We will need to connect this big curve on the bottom with an egg shape of our leg. Then just go and create this shape. This time, let's create a very relaxed sloth. So you can just go and create a very elongated egg shape. When you have it, we will go to the opposite side and we will need to create another leg. But this time let's make this legs very close to each other and we will need to create the similar shade, but it will look like that. So I go into our right part and we are creating another Alice that we'll look in that way. We don't really need are two part openness elements. So let's just grab an eraser tool and erase this little parts. If you have the overlapping shapes, you can go and erase. Then to what we need to do next is to go to this little lag that we have on the right. Create a little dance on the top. We're just going and create an outline like that. When you have it, we are ready to move on to our right part. And here we will add a little Tommy, let just go to this line that we have on our adsorb that we had just created. And from here we will go to the top and create a curve going up. You can repeat the same line that you have on your Scheme. But if you want to make it less curvy, you're welcome to do it. When we have the Tommy elements, we are ready to move on again to the right part firstly, and create a little arm here. So let just go and create a shape like that. You can always start with an ellipse and then erase the parts that she was own needs. When you have the first arm on the right, Let's move on to the left side and let's grade something similar here. Let's just put this little arm on our leg. We will just go and create a very elongated shape like that. Let's grab our eraser tool and we will erase all the lines that we don't need. And again, we are ready to go and start creating our hats. So first the ledgers go and find an approximate center own the whole shape. We are making L itself Markdown. And from it we will go above and we will add our ellipse here. So let just go and create our sheep. As always, you can hold your line and the ends hold one of your fingers on the screen. If you want to make a circle. If you want to adjust the whole shape, go to the Edison Modes and adjust it. When you have something like that, Let's just tap on this screen and let's continue making our facial features. Firstly, we are stepping a bead from the top part and we ask starting by creating our little mask here. Again, we are creating two curves. One curve that is on the left will be a little bit bigger than the curve on direct. When you have it, we can go straightaway to the top part and we can add our little hair element here. When you are done, we are going again N creating our facial features. So one more time, Let's find an approximate center of this circle that we have on the top. Let's make a little markdown. Then we will go towards one of the sides and we will create our ellipse for the eye. Firstly, let just go over R right part and let's create our shape here. Hold your Apple pencil and the ends. If you want to create a circle, hold one of your fingers on the screen. If you need to adjust the shape. If you need to adjust the placement on this element, go to the editing Modes and adjusted from here. When you're satisfied with your shape, ledgers get away from editing Modes and ledgers go inside our eye and let's shade it. And now we will go to our Write bytes and we will add a similar element here. Let's just make it a little bit smaller. When you are done, we will do inside this shape and we will shade it. Now, let's just go to this little mark down that we have. We will go about it and we will add a little nose. Red areas are two and erase this little mark down. And we, the same eraser tool alleges go inside the eyes. And let's add our additional elements here. The same way as before. You can play around with the sheep's. Now when you're done playing with these sheets, alleges grab our brush and let's create a little smile so we won't go underneath the nose. We will go right between the eyes and we will create a big smile like that. If you want, you can go to one of the sides and creates a little tongue. When you have it alleges go above our eyes and we will create this mask elements. Again, we are create an array Shapes, and then we'll erase the parts that we don't need. When we it down with the facial features, let just go and add a little tiny line. We will go a little bit down from our facial features and we will create a curve in that way. Now, let us get back to our layers. We will hide the layer with the layout and Scheme we will do to our Liquify tool and we will adjust our slope, spend some time here and find what works for you. If you want to adjust these elements separately. Firstly, we can go to our S ribbon icon, select freehand method, and select these objects Loop it around until only these elements is selected. And then we can get back to our magic one tool to Liquify tool and adjust only these elements. The same way if you want to rotate your object, for example, or maybe find a different placement for it with the same selection, we can go to the Transform tool, which is our arrow key. On the top-left, we will use uniform methods and we will just find a different placement or rotation of this object. To find the different placement, we will just need to go to some blank space, hold our Apple pencil there and move it to the needed plates. If we want to rotate the object, we will go to this green node over the top. We will hold our Apple pencil there and we will make a circular movement. So find what works for you if you want to play around with these elements. And when you are done, alleges Gill and deselect everything. To deselect everything, we will need to get back to the first option that we have selected. This was our S ribbon icon. Select, just tap on it and we will deselect everything. Now, if you want to go and adjust some elements manually, you are welcome to go and do that. For example, if you want to erase some parts, just guilt and erase that. If you want to go through your elements three slots, for example, and adjust some parts manually. Again, you are welcome to go and do that. It's always good to adjust your elements on the stage with a sketch because you can just lay out your elements and you will just know what you are doing later on. So for example, if you have some places that you need to adjust, go and adjust them on the Sketch. And when you're in a jazz singer elements, Let's deselect everything. We are going to our magic one tool, one more time tapping on it. And we will just get back to earlier is and we will unhide earliest with layouts and Scheme. Let's get to our layers and we will create one more layer for the rest of our elements. In my town, we are tapping on the plus icon. And if you would like to rename this layer as Sketch to, you are welcome to do it. If you don't want to do that, you can keep it as it is. Because later on we will merge these two layers anyway. So they would be as one and they will have the name Sketch. So for now, let us go to our Canvas and we will start by creating a trunk of our pump on the right. What do we need to do firstly, is to define the highest point where we will start creating our lease. So let's just go to the top third that we have here to this curve that we have on our Scheme. We will just make a little mark down right in the middle of it. So this is the point where we will start creating our list from. And now let's just go underneath it and let's work on to our trunk. So we will go firstly to the bottom part and we will need to create similar lines that we have on our Scheme, but we will need to keep in mind that our trunk of the palm is Elizabeth, wider on the bottom than it is on the top? So we will need to make the curve a little bit different. Let's firstly go to the bottom and we will step a little bit from this side, all these line that we have on this scheme, we will try to repeat the same curvature, but we will adjust, adjust a little bit. Let's just go and create something like that. Julian. And the ends. If you need to adjust the curvature, go to the editing mode and adjust it. Now, let's just go to the opposite side from this line that we have any center and we will do the same thing here. Remember that we will need to make it a little bit wider on the bottom rather than it is on the top. One more time stepping a little bit from the line and we are going up with our curves. Hold your line and the hands. And if you need to adjust the curvature alleges go to the editing mode and adjust it. So when you have something like that, Let's just get away from our editing mode. And now we will need to work once our trunk, because we will need to have some segments that will make it a pump. What do we need to do firstly, is to go and create these segments. So very easily, let just go and create a few lines like that. Try to get the distance between these lines equal and just go along this line that you have any center and on the set. So we will need to make sure that this line that you are creating are following the direction of this Lines. And when you have all of your segments, we will need to work on them a little bit more. What we need to do is to go to every segment that we have here and make sure that it's top part is a little bit wider than its bottom part. So again, let just go to the top one and we will go and create the line going more toward the center. So what we need to do is to create the shape like that. When you're done with the sheep, you can grab the eraser tool and areas this lines that you don't need anymore and witnessing method, we will go through all of these segments and we will create similar shapes. So remember that we will need to have our shape, Elizabeth wider on the top and a little bit narrower on the bottom. So let us go through all of these segments and create these little parts. When you're done with these bytes, ledgers go to the opposite side where we have a similar curve and we will do the same thing here. We will need to create a few segments here as well. Let's firstly go and again define where we will start creating our leaves. So let just go to this intersection that we have between our triangle and this curve. And here we will make a little mark down from this line. We will go and create two more guys in lines going down. So that will be our segments of the pump. So just create two curves and when you have them alleges go and create two segments. We will just go and create one line like that. And then we will turn these two segments into something that we were making Owens error right parts. And now when you're done with the trunks, alleges go and start creating the leaves. Firstly, we will go to our right part and we will create a few more guiding lines. What do we need to do is to go to the center on this segment that we have, go into this line on the top. And from this slide, we will go to the sides and we will create a few lines going in different directions. So let's firstly go and create a curve going like that. Then we'll go to the opposite side and we will create a few more on this lines going in different directions. So when you have a few of these guiding lines, Let's start turning them into their leaves. The leaves of the palm have a very peculiar a sheep. So it will have a very rounded shape on the top and almost straight line on the bottom. So they just go to the firstline that we have as a guide in here. And we will need firstly to go to the top and create a curve like that. When you have this curve, we will go underneath this line that we have in the middle and we will create almost a straight line there. We will connect it with our line on the top. And with the same technique, we will go through all of this Lines and we will create our lease. So let's continue by going to this line that we have one the top of the previous leaf. And we will do the same thing here, go into the top end, creating a big curve like that. You can almost make it triangular. And when you have it, we will go to the bottom. And again, we are creating almost a straight line, connect them nicely. And let's move on to the opposite sex. We will go to this big curve that we have on the left. And if you want to adjust the curvature, if you want to adjust the size on the leaf, you are welcome to do. So for example, you have this curve that size. Let's just go and maybe make it a little bit bigger. You can play around with everything that you wanted to play around with. You can play around with the curvature of the leaves, with the size, with its position, with anything. When you have the first curve, Let's move on to the bottom and let's create almost straight line. And now let just go through all these remaining lines and let's turn them into the leaves. Try not to go beyond the frame of your canvas. If you want to adjust some parts, you can go and do it manually. Or you can always go to your magic one tool to Liquify tool and adjust it with this option. Now we can go to the bottom parts of our leaves and we can create this peculiar shape of the leaf by creating some cuts. What we need to do is to go to the bottom end, create little triangles. Just go and create a few of them on every leaf ends. When you identify Eating these little triangles, let just go to the bottom part of them and we will erase these little parts. And now when we're done with this leaf, Let's move on to our next fan, and let's add a few more leaves on its two. So again, we're starting by creating guiding lines, going in different direction. As we have a smaller palm here, let just create five of these guiding lines, the same way as before. We are starting to create our lease, similarly to how we did it with the first palm. Alleges go to the top of our guiding line and we will create a very rounded curve here. You can try to make it triangular or if you want to soften up the corner, you are welcome to go and create a curse. When we have the first-line like that, we will go to the bottom and we will try to create a very straight line with the same technique. Ledgers go through all of these lines and let's turn them into the leaves. If you need to overlap some leaves, you are welcome to do it than just grab an eraser tool and erase the lines that you don't need. When you're done adjusting your sheep ledgers go and add this little cut out on the leaves. So again, where I go into the bottom parts and we are adding a few triangles. When we are done where I go into the bottom parts of these triangles and we are erasing these lines. And now we are done with our pumps. If you want to add some additional elements, for example, some coconut or maybe bananas, you are welcome to do it when we're done with our pumps, lead, just move on to the bottom part and let's add some leaves. We already have these guiding lines that we have on this scheme. Saline just turn them into the leaks. You can play around with the sheep's own beliefs. You can find what works for you. But basically, we will go and create the shapes on the lemons and we will make some cuts in them. So firstly, let's just go over our left side, and from here, we will start creating our lease. Let's firstly go with a curve like that, and then we'll go to the opposite side and finish the shape with a similar line. Now when we have it alleges go to this side and we will do the same things as we did with our leaves on the palms. So we will just go and make some cuts. Let's create a few triangles going along the lines. When you are done, ledgers, grab an eraser tool and erase this little lines that we don't need. If you have some overlapping lines on your own objects, ledgers go and erase them. Tea Now let us go inside this leaf and we will create a line in the middle. When we have it, we will go to the sides and we will add a few more lines like that. Now when we have our first leaf, lead, just go and create a few more of them. You can vary the size of your leaves. You can vary their distance from each other. You can vary their position. You can vary wherever you want to vary here, and we will just need to go and create a few more leaves. Let us go underneath this firstly that we have, and for now let's just go with a similar shape that we have on our pump. So we will have a very rounded shape on the top and pretty straight sheep on the bottom. If you have some overlapping parts, you will need to decide what leaf you want on the top. So for example, if you want this leaf on the bottom to be on the top from this leaf that you have behind, you can just go grab an eraser tool and erase this little lines that you have here. Now let's work more wanted the sheep. So we will go to the bottom parts and we will create some cuts one more time creating some little triangles. When you have your little triangles lead, just grab an eraser tool and erase this little parts that we don't need. Now, let us go and create a few more leaves. Spend some time here and play around with the shapes. When you are done with your left side, Let's move on to the right part and we will do something similar here. So again, we will create a few more leaves. Lynchers go and use these lines that we have on our Scheme. We are going to the top part of our line and we will just create a similar shape to the shape of our pump. Let's again go and create this big curve. Only soap, you can vary its size. You can make it very big or very small. It's all up to you. When you have it, we will go to the bottom and we will connect the shape with more straight line. Now we don't need these lines that we have one trunk of our palm. So let's just grab an eraser tool and erase them. Now let's just go and add some cuts to our leaves, again doing to the sides and creating little triangles, erasing the board some parts. And then we will go inside the leaf and we will add this line that is going through the middle of our leaf. When you have this line, let just go to the size and we will add a few more lines like that with the same technique, LHS go and add a few more leaves on the bottom. When you're done with the leaves, let just go and add a few more details. For example, ledgers due to some blank spaces that we have on the bottom, right, underneath our leaves, on the left and right between our two sloths. Let's add more details here. So for example, lynchers go to this place that we have on the left. And let's add some flower here. For example, let's just go and create a very simple flower, just a little circle in the middle and some petals on the sites. You can play around with the size of this object. You can play around with its position, with everything that you want to play around to it. If you want to add more details, more flowers or more leaves, you are welcome to date. When we have our flowers on the left leg just go between our sloth and let's add a little grass elements. What we need to do is to create a few lines like that. So firstly, let's just go and create a triangular shape in that way. And then we'll go to this side and we will add a few more of these elements. Then we will just grab our eraser tool and we will erase all the lines that we don't need. We can get back to our layer with this case where we have our sloths. So let just select it from our layers and let's just go and erase these lines that we don't need that are overlapped by our grass. When you already alleges, get that to our layers and we will one more time go to our LEA with our additional elements. We will need to work once they are a rock here. So what do we need to do is to create a different shape, just a little bit different. What we need to do is to go to the sides. Firstly, we will turn this very straight lines into the curves, going more toward the center. Let's firstly step a little bit from our line on the left, and let's create a curve like that. When you have it, we will do the same thing on the opposite sex. When you have it, we will need to connect these lines on this side with another ellipse. So again, let just go and create an LS either with one line or with two lines, that will be just the curves. So for example, they just get with the curves. We will create one that is connecting our shape on the bottom. If you need to adjust it, you to the editing mode. If you don't need to adjust it, lay just go over the top and let's create another curve. Go into connect our sheep. Try not to make the sides very pointy. If you have them very pointy, you can just go and create the curves here on the sides if you need to erase some parts, for example, the overlapping line that you have, one your slot, you can go and erase it. And now let's just add a bit of texture of the rock to this elements. So what do we need to do is to go to this line that we have on the boards and that is connecting our sites. And we will make a little chip here. So again, we will create a little triangle there. And also we can go through the whole shape and add a few more lines that will make a texture What do we need to do is to create some lines going in that way. Later on, we will just turn them into something different. We will add some color here and it will look like a rock. And as always, if you need to adjust some parts, go and adjust them manually or use the Liquify tool to adjust them with this tool, if you need to erase some parts that are overlapping something, you can grab an eraser to erase them. And now we're almost done. Let us go to the bottom and we will add a few more details here. So this part that is very rounded on the boards and it is our islands, lynchers go inside it. And let's another layer on this. And let just go and repeat the shape, but we will make it a little bit smaller. You don't need to copy it precisely. Just go and create another layer of these elements. If you need to erase some parts, you know what you need to do. You will need to grab an eraser tool and erase the parts that you don't need. And now lynchers go to this part that we have just created and we will add a few more details. So for example, ledgers go and add some rocks. We will go to some blank spaces, but we don't need to overdo everything. Let's just go and add three rocks. So for example, let's balance everything out and we will add one little rock on our left side because here we have some elements To little rocks on the right side. So firstly, let just go over our left side. We will step a little bit from our elements and we will firstly create a shape like that. So pretty similar to what we were doing with our leafs on our palm, we are creating a very rounded shape here. When you have it, we will go to the bottom and we will create just a straight line. When you are done with this part, Let's move on to our right part. Here. We don't have much of the elements, so let just create two more rocks here. We will put them very close to each other and one of them will be bigger than another, the same way as before, just creating a rounded shape on the top and straight one on the WhatsApp. Let's position it very close to each other. So let just go and create a little rock near the first one. If you want to add more elements, you are welcome to do it. If you don't want to create more elements, lead, just go and create the last element that we have, SR Composition here. And it'll be a little umbrella. We will put it right between our little pump and the leaves that we have on our left. And for convenience, alleges go to earliest and we will create one more layer. This layer, we will create this umbrella. And it'll be easier for us to rotate this object if we need to later on. So what we need to do firstly is to go there and create a stick like that. We will just go with a line going down. You can go and create a very straight line, or you can go and create a menu, a line like that, that is a little bit query. When you have it, we will go to the top part and we will need to create a similar shape to the rock that we have just created. So again, we are creating a very rounded shape on the top, but this time, let's make it a little bit more pointed. So it is more like a triangular shape. Let's just go and create something like that. When you have it, we will go to the bottom and we will create a curve like that. If you want to adjust your sheep, go and adjust it, you can go to the sides and make this element more sloppy. It's all up to you. If you need to erase some Lines leg, just go and erase them. Now we will go and we will create some segments. So we aren't going to the top point that we have for our umbrella. And we are going with the lines like that going down. Let us go and create a few segments, three or four. When you are done with this task, let just go to the intersections between our bottom part of the umbrella and these segments. And we will make little cats out there to the same way as before, just creating little triangles. When you're done with just grab an eraser tool and let's erase the bottom parts. If you need to adjust something, just go and adjust it. And now let just go to the top part of our umbrella and we will add a little elements like that. So it is just a very simple shape of the ellipse. When we are done, ledgers go and adjust our elements if we need to. For example, we can go to our Transform tool, which is our arrow key on the top-left. And we can position it differently by rotating it. We can go to this green nodes over the top and we can rotate it in a direction that we like. If you want to move it to a different place, you are welcome to do it. Just hold your Apple Pencil at some blank space and position it to your liking. You can always take a look at your illustration from the distance. And that way you will see more clearly what you're doing. And if you like it, if you want to make this illustration of the umbrella bigger or smaller, you can go to one of the corners that you have on the bounding box. Hold your Apple pencil there and move it more to this side to adjust the size. Find the position of this elements that you like. And when you are satisfied, ledgers go and erase the parts that we don't need. So we don't need this line that is overlapping Art sloth. So let's just grab an eraser tool and erase it. And then we will go and we will need to decide what we want to overlap. What if we want our umbrella? Overlap the leaves. Let's just go and erase this little leaf part that we have right here on the top. We are still on a different layer. So we will just need to get back to our layers and to this layer that we have our details on. When we are in this layer, we will go and erase our parts. And the same way we will do with this leaf that we have on our pump. We will need to decide what we want to overlap and then to erase the parts that are overlapping. So for example, let us put our umbrella to the front ground and we will just go and erase this leaf that we have overlapped. And now it was our last element here, but we will need to work more on the background. Let's just go grab our brush one more time. And we will go to the second segment that we have here, and we will add some clouds here. What we need to do is to go to this line that we have on the bottom of this segment. And firstly, to repeat this line on both sex, then just go and do that. Now when you hand this line, we will go on top of it and we will create a shape like that. If it's easier for you, you can go and create the Alex shape. Hold it at the end the same way as we did before. If it's not what you want to do, ledgers go and create the same shape on our right parts. You can vary the size of the clouds. It's all up to you. If you need to adjust some parts ledgers, go and adjust them. If you need to erase some parts, ledgers go and erase this part is that we don't meet. And now when we're done with our clouds, alleges go to some blank spaces and we will add a few birds. For example, let's start from the top. We will go right between these little leaves that we have here. And we will just need to create a shape like that very easily. We will go and add a few more of these lines. Ledgers go to the right part where we have this blank space and we will add a similar shape of the birds. The same way we will do only boards, ampicillin just go and create a few more birds there if you want to position them differently or if you want to add more on these birds, you are welcome to. The very last thing that we will do to our Sketch is go into our layers and combine all the layers that we have for our Sketch together. But firstly, let us go to our layers with layout and Scheme and we will hide them. Now, let's just take a look at the whole illustration in general. And if we don't want to erase some parts, if you don't want to adjust something, we can just go and merge these three layers. So firstly, we are going to earlier with the umbrella, we're at Sabbath and it's, and we are choosing merge down from the list and we will do the same thing one more time. Ledgers tap on our layer and we will select Merge Down. Now we have our sketch just on one layer, and that's exactly what we need. All that we need to do right now is to position iris gauge rights in the middle of our canvas and make it a little bit smaller. Cylinder select all the leaves that we have here and we will go to our Transform tool. We will have this option snapping on the Watson ledgers, go there by tapping on it. And we will need to turn on snapping from the settings led, just toggle it. And then we will do and make the whole shape a little bit smaller. So Lynches go to one of the nodes that we have in the middle part, on the top or on the bottom, and we will drag it down or up. When you have this is like that ledgers make sure that we are putting it right in a center. Make sure that we are putting our illustration in a center. We will need to hold our Apple Pencil at some blank space. And we will need to find these two guiding lines that are orange. When you have these two lines, you are sure that you are in a center. When we are done, Lynches go and deselect everything by heating our arrow key one more time. And now we are ready to move on to our next part where we are going to be aging airlines 6. Clean Lines: Left side Erlang in part by going firstly to early years and we will change the opacity level of earlier with this Sketch. To do so, we will need to go to our Eigen, go into our opacity slider in changing the value until we still can see what's happening onto this layer. But when it's not that drastic and disturb it. So find what works for you and when you are done, we will just tap on earlier with this gauge one more time to close this window. When we are done, we will need to create one more layer for our Lights. So let just go underneath early with this gage. We will select early with the layout. And from here, we will create a new layer. Let's just tap on the plus icon and let's rename this layer as Let's, now when we have a new layer, we will go and change the brush. So we are go into the brush library and we will go to the inking folder. In the inking folder, we will find technical pen. And while we're still here into our brush library, Let's just go and adjust our brush just a little bit. So we will need to tap on Ahrefs technical pen brush. And here in the brush studio, we will go under stabilization and we will see the option streamline. It has the slider amount. And if we go to our Drawing Pad with a lower amount of amount of streamline, you will see that we have a lot of control over our line, but our line is a little bit jagged, so it is not that smooth. And we want all of our allies to be very smooth. So if we go and change the amount of streamline, you will see that you are losing a bit of control over your line, but Your line is getting smoother. You can play with this option and find what works for you. If you don't want to use this option, you're welcome not to use it. So find what works for you and when you are done ledgers he'd done over the top right? When we are done, we will go back to our color palettes and we will select the same color that we're using for our Scheme. It was magenta. So when we have our color, we will get back to our Canvas and we will firstly go over our slots and we will start recreating the lines that we have on our sketch. We don't need to be very precise. If you want to go and adjust something, if you want to add some details, or maybe you want to experiment with the lines, you are welcome to do it. Or that we need to do is to recreate the lines over kinds. And we will need to create the close lines. So firstly, we will need to go alone our first slot that we have on the top. We will just recreate the lines that we have outset. We will recreate the whole silhouette, and we will also recreate the facial features. The eyes, the nose and mouth is for these elements that we have for the mask alleges leave them as they are right now. Later on when we are gonna be aiding the color, we will recolor them to. For now, let just go and create our lines that we have outset, we will need to create the close Lines. And when I'm saying close, I mean that we will need to have all the outlines close like that so we don't have any gaps between airlines. So later on we can recolor everything easily. Now, very easily religious guilt and create this outlines. If you need to adjust the size of your brush, please go to the left, to the first slider that you have on the top adjusted to your liking. And with our brush prepared ledgers go and create our outlines. If you need to use some options that we used before, if you want to hold your Apple pencil at the end of the line, you are welcome to do it, or that we need to do right now is to create smooth enclosed Lights. When we have our outlines, Deanne Lynn, just get back to our layers and just for 1 s, we will hide our layer with this sketch. We will take a look at the whole outlines that we have without these lines on this gauge. And if we need to adjust some part, we will just go grab an eraser tool or our brush, and we will go and adjust these parts. Now when you have these shapes in that way that you can see right now on your screen link just go and end the same color inside our eyes and the nose. So we will just go to this icon that we have on the top-right and we will just drag and drop it to they needed, please. And if you have the result like that, so you have a little white line between your elements. Don't lift up your Apple pencil and just move it so we're the right side until you don't have this little line, you will see that you are adjusting the option threshold on the top. So you would need to go and find the amount of threshold that will work for you when you don't have this little line between your elements. When you are satisfied with the isolate, just add the color to the nodes in the same way. And now when we did it, ledgers get back to our list and we will unhide our layer with this sketch. As you can remember, we had this little elements on the eyes and we now don't see that. We can just go to earlier with this gauge and we can change the colors so it will be easier for us to see our objects. Let's just select this layer and we will go to our magic one tool over the top-left, we will go under hue, saturation and brightness. Here you can see that we have this sliders on the bottom and we can just go and tweak them until we can see our details on these new color For example, changing hue and brightness will help us very much. When you're satisfied with your colors ledgers, you can deselect everything by hitting our magic 121 more time. Now Lynch's get back to our layers and we will go back to our layer with the lens. We will continue agent re details. So let's just go and add our little mouse. When you are done with this task, we will go to the top part and we will erase this little line that we have between our hair elements and the hats. If you want to keep it, You are welcome to do it. Now, let's just go and add some details with the same Lights. We will go to our arms, into the legs and we will add the elements like that later on we will colored differently. Now, when we are done with our first Sloth, let just go alone that Sue of the remaining ones. And we will do the same thing schemes. We will just go along the lines and we will recreate them. Don't create the lines inside the face. We will just need to create the facial features, the eyes, the nose, and the mouth, and we are not touching the mask elements. So very quickly, lead jazz go and recreate dislikes. When you're done with the outlines. One more time, we're arguing back to our layers and we will hide earlier with the sketch layer, just go and check out whether everything is looking nice and smooth. And if we have some LMS that we need to adjust ledgers, go and adjust that. When you are done one more time, we're going back to the leaves and we are unhide in earlier with this sketch, you can see that we have our bottom part not closed because here we have the overlapping elements. So let's just go and recreate these elements. Again, grabbing our brush and creating the lights, make sure that your lines will be close. So when you are done with this grass element, lead, just go and add the additional elements to Art. Pause the same way as we did with our first Sloth ledgers. Go to the tips of our elements and lay just add this little adjustments. We also have these elements of the flower on it, so price, so let's just go and recreate it. And now in the same way, let just go and the lines to the rest of our elements, we will start with the sloth, then we'll move on to the leaves and our little elements on the board Time such as flowers and with the rocks. Then we'll move on to our palms and we will finish up by aiding the lines to our little umbrella. Firstly, let just go to some tricky plays that we have on our little sloth. We have our arm and it is overlapped by our Elise here. It will be a little bit hard for us to go and erase this little parts and do it very neatly. So we can trick it by going to Arles and creating one more layer. Above. On this layer, we will go and recreate our R. And then I will just grab our eraser tool and erase this little places that we need to erase it down. We can just get back to our leaves and we can merge these two layers together. So we will need to tap on earlier with our arm. We will select our merge down and everything will be on one layer with our Lines. Now let's just go around all of our objects and let's add our lengths. And when we are done with aiding the lines to our mean own jigs, let just go to this little rock that we have our Sloth sitting on and leg just add the lines only to the sides and two are aligned on the back. When this is done, we are getting back to our layers and we will hide earlier with this gauge to check out whether everything is smooth, glean and closed. If we need to adjust some parts alleges go and adjust them. When you identify adjusting your lines, we are ready to move on to our next part where we are going to be agents are Colors 7. Basic Colors: Let's start our colored part by changing the color of our backgrounds. What we need to do is to go to our layers and we will go to our background color layer. If your panel looks like that, when you have very small elements, you always can get back to the palette on the bottom right, and from here, select the color with the name backgrounds. When we have recolored our background, let's get back to our layers and we will start creating the layers for our coloring. We will start by aiding the layer for our slots. We will need to go under our layer with the lines. So let's select the layer with layout. And from here we will create one more leaf that we will rename as slopes. And now to make sure that we can use the lines that we have and M, the color inside these lines on a separate layer, we will need to do one more thing. We will need to get back to earlier with the lines. We will need to tap on it and we will need to choose reference. When we're choosing reference, we can use this layer with the Lines and end the color inside this Lines using this lines. But we can do it on a separate layer. So let's just get back to earlier with sloths and we will go and select a different color that will be agents for their skin. Changes. Go back to our color palettes and Pula select the color with the name beige body. With this color, we will just drag and drop the color to one on the sloth. Firstly, you can see that on the top we have the option continue filling. So you can use it and we can use it in that way that we argue into the places that we want to recolor. And we're just tapping with our Apple pencil on this places. So let's just use this option entry color all of our slots. When you are done with this color, we will go again to the top part where we have our color drop and we will tap on this little checkmark. When we did it, we are ready to get back to our color palettes and select a different color to recolor the tips of our paths. So we won't go and select the color with the name magenta. And the same way as before, we will just go to all of these places and we will recolor them. When you are down one more time, go into our top part where we have colored drop. We are tapping on our little checkmark. And Nao Lynn, just go and add this mask elements that we had on earlier with the sketch. We will need to get back to our layers and we will unhide earlier with the Sketch. We will go against our slots layer, and from here we will create another layer. Let's just tap on the plus icon and let's rename this layer as mask to make sure that we are aging our new color to the same places that we already have once a previous layer, we will need to clean this layer to the previous layer. So we are not add additional elements outside the frames that we already have will be aiding the colors only on the existing areas. What we need to do is to tap on earlier with the mask and we will need to choose Clipping Mask. Now, if we go with some color and if we try to create something, you will see that we are aiding the colors only inside the existing colors that we already have. So now let us get back to our color palettes and let's select the color with the name light greenish, yellow. When we have this color, we will need to go and select a different brush. We will go to Art Brush Library, will go to the calligraphy folder and we will choose monoline brush. If you want to play around with the stabilization and streamlined, please go and adjust the amount to your liking when you are satisfied leg just tap done and ledgers go to these areas that we have marked down before. And let's add the color here. Let's just go and decrease the size of our brush and lay just create this element that we have on our sketch. We will start by recreating the outlines and then manually we will recolor the inside parts. As always, you don't need to repeat everything with 100% of similarity to watch you have on your layer with this gauge, you are welcome to adjust the elements to your liking. Maybe add some details or erase some details. Just play and find what works for you. And also, if you want to go and use the options that we used before, for example, the QuickShape tool. It's when you're holding your Apple pencil at the end of the line, you are welcome to do it. If you want to go to the editing mode, again, you are welcome to do it. When you have the outline, we will do it and manually add the color inside. But if you don't want to do that manually, you can go and close this outline and then you need to go to your layers and go to layer with the lines and turn off reference. Because when you are using reference, only the lines that you have on the layer with a Lines, we'll work into the Recoloring parts. So if you want to use the menu Recoloring, you are welcome to do it. If you don't want to use it, just go and adjust the reference from the Lines. Now when we're done agent this element lenses get back to the layers and we will hide our layer with this case the checkout, how it looks. If you're satisfied with it, we can get back earlier with and we can grab our eraser tool and erase this part that we have right underneath the eyes and above the eyes, and this little part where we have our notes. So let's just go repeat this part by using the eraser tool. When you're done one more time, Let's just get back to our layers and hide our layer with this gauge. Take a look at how it all looks. If you want to adjust anything, just go and adjust it. Now in the same way, we will firstly go to our leaves. We will unhide earlier with this gauge and we will go and add them masks to all of our slots. So very quickly alleges go and do that When you are done with Eating this mask elements, lend just go and edit tiny elements so we can go to every slowed that we have here, rights to the tummy area. And we can add this little elements to the, for example, let's just go and start from this law that we have on the bottom right. And we will recreate this element that we have on our Sketch the same way as before, just creating the outlines firstly and then aiding the color insights. When you are done with the first Sloth ledgers go to the rest of them and let's recolor that Sammy areas on them too. When you are done, Linda's getting back to our layers and we will hide our layer. We this gauge to check out how everything looks. If you're a satisfied, we are ready to move on to our next part. If you are not, if you want to change some parts, just go and adjust these elements. When you're satisfied with everything that you have here. Let's just get back to our Layers and let's add the additional elements to our slots. So we will need to recolor the scarf element, this little tongue and maybe something else religious get back to early years and we will create one more layer above our layer with the mask. We'll rename this layer as Sloth details. And now we will go back to our color palettes and we will select the color with the name Orange details. With this orange details color, we will go and add the color to our scarf. When we have it, we will tap on our little check mark on the top. Then we'll get back to our color palettes and we will select the color within in pink. When this color, we will go inside our little mouth to recolor this little tank. And witnessing color, we will go entry color our flower petals. When you aren't down. Let us get back to our Layers and let's select the color with an aim light greenish yellow to add the little color inside this little flower on the middle part. When you have it, we will get back to our color palettes and we will select a light green color. With this light green color, we will go entry color our little leaves on the Flower. Now to finish up with our slots leg, just going back to our layers, we will select our layer with the Lines and we will create one more layer above it. We will rename this layer as is highlights. When we hand this new layer, we are unhide and earlier with this sketch. And then we are getting back to our color palette to select the white color. We, this white color, we will go inside the eyes and we will recreate these lines that we have their leg just go through all of our sloths eyes. And let's add these elements there. When we are done with these elements, one more time we are getting back to our layers and we are hiding earlier with the Sketch. Take a look at how everything looks without the sketch lines. And if you are satisfied, ledgers go and continue aging the basic Colors to the rest of the elements. Now we are going back to our Sloth, the details layer, and we will create one more layer from here. Let's rename this layer as leaps. If you were turning off the reference from the Lines Layer, please go and turn it on one more time. If it's okay with you, if you have it on your layer with the lines, Let's just get back to our color palettes and let's select the color with the name green leaks. With this color, we will go and recolor all of our lives that we have on the bottom. When your eye than we are tapping on our little checkmark on to our top where we have our color drop. Then we are getting back to Arles and we will create one more layer that will rename as pumps. And firstly, we will get back to our color palettes and we will select the same color that we use for our sloths body. So it was beige by with this bee's body color, we will go entry color the trunks of our pumps. When you are done, we are tapping on our little checkmark on the top. And if you want, you can go and create one more layer for the pumps leaps. If you don't want, you can keep going on this same layer. Now, we'll need to again back to our color palettes and we will select the color within the light and green we this slide and green color, we will go and recolor our leaves on the parts. When you add down, we are tapping on our little checkmark. And again, we're going back to our Layers. And let's create one more layer that will rename as miscellaneous. And onto this layer we will go entry color or a rock wiggle recolor, our umbrella and all of these little elements that we have on the bottom. So firstly, let us get back to our color palettes. We will select our orange details color. And with this color, we will recolor the umbrella. When you are done, we will get back to our color palettes and we will select the color with the name magenta. With this color, we will recolor Aristide of our little umbrella. When you are done tapping on the top, on the little checkmark. And then we're in getting back to our Colors and we will select the color with the name stone. Agree with this color. We will recolor our stone. When you aren't done with this part, ledgers get back to our bottom part where we have our little stones and let's recolor them to when you're done tapping on the top. And we are getting back to our color palettes to recolor our little flowers. You can play around with this color. You can find what works for you. Just Gil entry color these two elements. Now when we have the baseline that we will get back to our layers We will go firstly to earlier with the Lines and we will turn off reference from here. Just tap on the layer, and let's choose reference from the least. We don't need it anymore because we will need to add more elements to the backgrounds and to the bottom part, and we will need to use this color drop methods. So now let's just get back to earlier with this gage, we will unhide it and we will add the rest of the elements manually. So what we need to do is to think about the position on this elements. We will need to go to the boards and part of our layers panel, we will need to go underneath earlier with the slots and we will need to create the layer from here. Let's select early with the layout and we will tap on the plus icon to create the LEA within the beach. Now when you have this layer, remember that on our layer with the Scheme or on our layer with the layout, we had another little blobby element like that. So let's just go to earlier with layout and we will unhide it. We will go and select the color with an aim, light greenish, yellow. And we will recreate this big blobby elements. So let just go and recreate it. Again. If you want to adjust the amount of streamline, go to the brush studio and adjusted from here, all that you need to do right now is to create this blobby shape and make it closed. When you have this shape layer, just drag and drop the color insights. Now we can get back to our layers and we can hide our layer with the layout. And we will need to go and create these little wobbly shapes with another color on the same layer. Or by creating another layer, It's up to you. We can go and select the color with the name beige body. And we will just go and recreate these parts One more time. Start from the outline and then drag and drop the color insect. Nao Lynn, just get back to our layers and we will hide earlier with this gauge to check out how everything looks. If you want to adjust some parts, please go and adjust them. When you are done, we will get back to our leaves and one more time we will unhide our layer with this sketch, we will just go and recreate our clouds. So again, we can go above early with the beach and we can go to our color palettes and select the color with white. With this color, we will go and recreate our clouds the same way as always, we are starting from our outlines and then adding the color in set. Make sure that your shape is closed. And when you are sure alleges go and drag and drop the color inside these parts. And also we will go and recreate our birds with this same color. So let's just go and add these elements also to creating the birds. We can go and change our brush. So let's just go to our brush library, will go to the inking folder and we will find our technical pen. If you want to adjust the streamline, please go and adjust it. And with this brush we will go and recreate our birds. If you want to add more elements, you are welcome to do it when you are done with aiding the birds, ledgers get back to our layers and we will hide our layer with this sketch. We will check out how everything looks and if you're satisfied with your result right now, we are ready to move on to our next part where we are going to be agents are shadows and highlights 8. Shadows: Let's try this byte by aging Irish shadows. But before starting with an eye shadows, we will need to decide where we want to put in the shadows. And when we are deciding where he wants to put our shadows, we will need to decide what light source we have and where it is positioned. So we will need to go above all the layers and we will need to decide where we want to put our light source because we want to be consistent and we want to add our shadows and highlights in accordance with this light source. Lenders go to our layers. We will go above all the layers that we have and we will create one more layer. They just have one, the plus icon. If you want to rename this layer, rename it. If you want to keep it as it is, keep it as it is. We will go above all of our elements to the top area that we have on our Canvas. You can decide whether you want to go on the left side or on the right side. Here, we will just go and create a little arrow. This arrow we'll show the direction of the Lights and the restaurant on the light source in accordance with this arrow, we are going to be aging are shadows and highlights. Objects that are closer to the light source will be lighter, so they will have highlights and objects that are farther from our Lights. Words will be in the shadow. So now when we know where is our light source alleges get back to our layers and we will start from the very bottom. We will start agent is shadows to our area with the beach, whether you have one layer or two layers, we will go and create one more layer above that we will rename as shadow. We also will need to clean this layer to a previous one so we are not adding any more details to some other elements. We want to add the details only on the existing parts. Learn just tap on this layer and let's select Clipping Mask. And also we will need to go and change the blending mode on this layer. Blending modes are different ways your layers can interact with each other. And when you're a change in Blending Modes, you can change visual effect on this leaf. So to create the shadows, we will need to select Multiply Blending Modes. And we can change Blending Modes by going to Arles or an icon, selecting it from this list. So let's just select Multiply Blending Modes and S4, the opacity. For now, let's leave it at 50%. If we want to adjust it later on, we can go and adjust it anytime. And now when we hand this new layer laid, Just getting back to our color palettes and Tool, select the color within the orange details. Also, we will get back to our brush library. We will go to the calligraphy folder and we will choose monoline brush. If you need to adjust them Brush, please go to the brush studio and adjust the amount of streamline. And now we will need to take a look at our error on the top. We will need to put the shadows in accordance with it. So firstly, we will just go underneath our slots and we will add the shadow here. We are taking a look at our arrow and we are putting our shadow right underneath the leg that we have on our sloth. So let me just go and create the first shadow. And then we will continue by going into the second leg and adding the shadow in that way too. Now we will go to our next Sloth on the left and we will do the same thing here. We will put a little shadow underneath this leg on our right and even smaller shadow on our left. When you have these shadows, Let's just go underneath are the objects that we have, one or sand. We will pull the shadows underneath them. So firstly, let's just go underneath our leaves. Again, taking a look at our arrow and putting our shadow in accordance with it, we're just repeating the lines that we have for our objects. When you are done with the first side, Let's move on to the opposite side, and let's do the same thing here. We will go underneath our leaf here and we will put a big shadow right here. We will also get back to our little elements such as flowers here, and we will add the shadows in accordance with our arrow on the top. And also we will go underneath our little rocks and we will add the shadows here too. When you add down, we are ready to move on to our next layer and add the shadows there. Let us go to our slots, and let's add the shadows to them. So we will firstly go to earlier with the slots. We have our mask on this layer clipped. So we will go and select the layer with a mask and above it will create one more layer. One my time, we are renaming it as shadow and who will clip it to a previous layer. We also will go back to our an icon and we will choose multiply Blending Modes. Further opacity, we will go with 50 per cent for now. And if we need to change it later on, we will go and change it anytime. Now let just select the same color that we are using right now are orange details and we will go and change the brush one more time. We are going into the intake as we are selecting our technical pen with this brush one time where it's taking a look at our arrow and we are putting these shadows in accordance with this arrow. So are objects that are farther from our error will be in the shadow. So let's just go to our first Sloth that we have on the top. And we will take a look at our arrow and we will put our shadows on the right part. So firstly, it lenders go to our leg that we have on our right and we will create a curve like that. When we have it, we will go further up and we will need to start eating the rest of the shadows. But also we can go and start eating the details with the shadow so we can recreate The first link just go to the top and we will create a few lines like that. So when you have something like that, ledgers go to our right parts and we will add the shadow to the whole area. If you want to add different elements on the shadow on the leg, you are welcome to do it. Now Lynch has go to our leg on our left and we will add a little shadow to the bottom parts to start from a little curve like that. If you want, you can add different elements to. Now we will go to our arm on the left, and again, we will add a little shadow on the WhatsApp. Let's just go and create the first curve. And then if you want to end the for element, you and create a few lines. When you have your outline ledgers go to the bottom part and let's create the shadow here. We also would need to go underneath the objects that are overlapping. So for example, R hat will be a little bit protruding and it will have a little shadow underneath it. So let just go to the bottom part of our unmask elements and let's create a little shadow here. Again, we will start by creating a little curve like that. You can adjust the curvature. You can put it right on the white elements. Or if you want, you can go underneath it and create the curve. When you had the first curve, lead, just go and add the shadow to the bottom part and we will be a1 it manually like that. If you have some parts that you need to adjust or if you want to add more shadows, you are welcome to go and do that. Now, let us go underneath this arm that we have on our left and we will add a little shadow here too. We can add the shadow to this whole area that we have on the tummy. And then we'll go to our little slot that we have. And we will put the shadow on the top where we have our arm. And also we will add a little shadow underneath. They had the same way as we did with our big slope. When we have the first curve, we will just go and add the rest of the shadow manually. If we need to adjust some parts, we will grab our eraser tool and we will adjust the elements that we don't meet. Now that way we added the shadow to our first Sloth ledgers, go to the rest of them and let's do the same thing here. So firstly, let just go to our Sloth to our left and we will take a look at our air on the top. In the same way we will go to our right part and we will start eating the shadow here, less time Bedouins right leg. And again, we will start by adding a little curve going up in that way. When we have it, we will go to our arm and we will start creating the shadow here. And we also will add some lines as a firm. When we have this area, we will go and manually recolor it to add the shadow. If you want to add more details, you are welcome to do it when we are done with these shadows on our right, Let's move on to the left and let's add the shadow here to the same way as before. Taking a look at our error on the top and at in the shadow in accordance with it. Going firstly to our leg and adding a little shadow there. If you want to add the elements, you are welcome to do it. When you are done with the leg, Let's move on to the arm and let's add the shadow here too. We will go to the bottom left part and we will create a big shadow like that. The same way as before. If you want to add different elements, go and add them. When you have the area that you need to recolor, let's just go and recolor it. Now we will need to put the shadow underneath our little scarf. So let's just go and repeat the shadow here. We also can go to the bottom part of our autonomy and we can add the shadow to this area to, for example, we can go and create the shadow in that way. If you don't want your shadow to go to this part on the tip of our paths. You can go and grab an eraser tool and erase that. Now whether we are done with this Sloth, if you want, you can go to the top part of the hat and add a little shadow to the right part if you don't want. So you can keep it as it is when we are done with this slot, we will move on to our right part and we will add the shadow to our last slot. Again, the same way as before, starting by looking at our arrow on the top to know where we need to put our shadow. Let's just go to the bottom part of our leg on the left and we will go and create this big shadow like that. When you have the whole curve, let just go and add the shadow manually to the bottom part. If you want to add different elements, go and add them. Now let's move on to our second leg and we will add the shadow in that way. We will put the boards and part in shadow so we won't go and create the first curve in that way, we will go to the Tommy and we will add a little shadow right underneath it. The whole area on the bottom. We will recolor it. Again. If you need to adjust some parts, if you want to add the for element go and add them. If you want to erase this part from our pause, you are welcome to go grab an eraser tool and erase them. Now, when we're done with our legs, Let's move on to the arms. And we will go firstly to our arm. On the left, we will go to this top of the line that we have on the left and we will create a shadow like that. When we have our first outline, we will go entry color the rest of the area. If you want to add different elements, Let's go and add them For the arm that we have on the right, we can put the whole arm in the shadow. So let just go and recolor the area. Now, let just go underneath our ahead. And let's add the shadow here to the same way as with our first Sloth. Alleges go and start by creating a little curve. When you have the first curve, you can go and create another curve going a little bit further down. And then when you have these curves, you can just go and recolor the rest of the area manually. If you want to adjust it in any way and grab an eraser tool and adjust it. And now we are done with adding the shadows to our Sloth. If you want, you can go to your layers and adjust the shadows opacity. To do so, we will need to go to our icon and we need to drag our slider to find what works for us. If you want it to be more appeal. Go to the left. If you want it to be brighter, go to the right. Find what works for you and when you are done, Let's continue by adding the details to our Sloth details layer. Firstly, let us go and recreate this little flowers that we had on our sketch on this card. Let's just go to this layer with Sloth details and we will need to do one more thing. We will need to tap on the layer and we will need to choose Alpha Lock. Alpha Lock works pretty similar to what Clipping Mask does, but we are working on the same layer, so we are adding the details only on the existing here is we are not going beyond the frames, but we are at the same layer. Now when we have Alpha Lock turned on, Let's just get back to our color palettes and let's select the color with the name whites. And now if you want, you can get back to your layers and you can unhide the layer with this gauge to know where you need to put your little flowers. And we will just go to these areas and we will add this little flowers with our white color. When you are done, we can get back to our layers and hide our layer with the Sketch if you like how it looks and if you don't want to adjust anything here, we can get back to earlier with details and we can turn off our Alpha Lock, tapping on the layer and select an Alpha Lock from the least. Now we will need to create one more layer above this layer with Sloth details, and we will need to add the shadows to it. One more time. We are tapping on the plus icon entry name and delay as shadow. Let's clip it to a previous layer and we will go and choose multiply blending mode for the opacity. Let's go with 50 per cent. We will also get back to our color palettes and we will select the color within the orange details and we will go and sadly shadows to our little faults. And now firstly, let us go underneath the hat and we will add this big shadow, go in through the whole shape. When you have it, we will go right underneath this first Ford. We will add the shadow here too. And in the same way, we will go to our right part, right where we have this little line and we will start aging the shadow here by going to the bottom part. Just create a very smooth shadow in that way. And when you have the first outline, just go to the bottom part, entry calorie, this area. You also can go to the top part of this fault and add a little shadow here, two ends when we I ready, let us move on and let's start aging the shadows to our leafs. So selecting the layer with the leaves and creating one more layer above it, renaming it as shadow. Let's clean. This leads to a previous one, and let's go and change the blending mode to multiply the opacity, keeping it at 50 per cent. Now, let us get back to our color palettes and we will select the color within the shadow leaks. When we have this new color, we will take a look at our arrow and that way we will know where we need to put our shadows. We are putting our shadows to the bottom part of our leaves and to the Father parts from our little arrow. So firstly, land just due to our right part. And let's start adding the shadows here. We will go to this leaf that we have on the boards them, and we will fully put it in the shadow. When you're done with this leaf, Let's move on to the top and we will start adding the shadow here too. We have this big leaf, overlapping leaf on the boards. And so we will need to cast the shadow on this leaf that we have underneath. So let just go and create a little shadow in that way, just repeating the shape of our leaf on the top. When they have it, we will go entry color this area on the top. And now we will take a look at our error one more time and it will help us to put the shadow on the boards and part of this leaf. You also can go to this line that you have any middle and you can create a little shadow underneath it. When you're done with this leaf, Let's move on to the top and let's add the shadow to this big leaf. Again, we're taking a look at our arrow and we are putting the shadow to the boards and part of this leaf. In the same thing with our last live on our right leg. Just go more to the right part and let's start adding the shadow here. When we are done with our right part, Let's move on to the left and let's do the same thing here. Taking a look at our arrow and thinking what parts of our leaves are farther from our light source. That way, we will add our shadows. And when we are done with this list, Let's just go right between our two slots that are sitting on our beach. And let's add the shadow to this little grass elements. So again, taking a look at our arrow and thinking what parts are in the shadow. So firstly, let just go to this leaves that we have one more time and we will put the shadow here Then we will go to the rest of the lease and we mostly we'll put our shadows to the bottom parts on that. When you are done with the leaves, Let's move on to our Layers and let's add the shadows to our pumps trunks. So again, I go into our layers we are finding earlier with the palms and we will create one more layer above it that will rename as shadow. Let's clip it to our previous layer, and let's just go and find the multiplied Blending Mode to select. We will change our opacity to 50 per cent, and we also will go to our color palettes and we will select orange details color. Taking a look at the arrow and we are trying to put the shadows in accordance with it. So mostly we will go and add our shadows to the right parts. Let's start from the top. And here you can see that we have our leafs on the palm overlapping the trunk. So completely the first element, the first segment, will be in the shadow ledgers Gil entry, color it. As for the second segment, alleges go more to the bottom right part, and let's create the shadow in that way. When you have your first curve, lead, just go and recolor the rest of the area. If you want to add some texture here, you are welcome to do so. For example, you can go and create the lines in that way. Now, let's just go to the rest of our segments and let's add the shadow in a similar way. The very last segment, we can put in a shadow completely when they're done with the first trunk. Let's move on to the second one and let's do the same thing here. The first one segment will be completely in the shadow. So let's just go entry color it. As for the second one lane, just take a look at our arrow and we will see that here we will need to add the shadow more toward the left sides. So let's create the first curve. And then if you want to create some texture elements, let just go and create them. Now, let's just get back to our layers. And if you want to play around with the shadow opacity, you are welcome to do it. For example, let's make it a little bit more breaths. When you're done, let just go and add the shadows to our leaves of the pump. One more time. We are going into our layers and we are finding earlier with palm leaves. But before adding the shadows, lead just vary the color of our lives just on the same layer that we have here. So let's just go to Arly with palm leaves. We will tap on it and we will choose Alpha Lock. We will firstly go to our brush library. It will go to the calligraphy folder and we will choose monoline brush if you need to adjust the streamline, go and adjust it. And then we'll go back to our color palettes and we will select the color with the name Greenleaf's. With this color, we will go to some of our leaves, mostly to that ones that are more Father from our light source. And we will add the color to that. If you've made a little mistake and if you've Recoloring some areas that you didn't want to recolor. Don't use the eraser tool here, you will need to select the same color that you need to add to this little recovered areas. And you will need to recolor them manually. So for example, if you have something like that, we will need to invoke the eyedropper tool to select the same color that we already have here. Do so we will need to go to the color that we want to select and we will need to hold one of our fingers here. You will see a little too. And we will need the same color that we want to have on our top. So if we move, you will see that we are moving the top color. When you have the color that you need, just an hold your finger and you will see that you change the color here on our icon on the top-right. When you're done with this part, let just go and manually recolor these areas that you need to recolor. Now let us continue, agent, they different color to some of our leaves. So one more time alleges go and invoke our Eyedropper Tool and select this darker color. So go into this scholar holding one of our fingers, selecting the color that we need. And then we argue into some of our leaves on our palm, on the left, and we will recolor some own this leaps. And when you are done with this task, we will get back to our layers. We will go to our layer with palm leaves. We will tap on it and we will turn off our Alpha Lock. Now we won't go above this layer and we will create one more layer that will rename as shadow. Let's clean this layer to a previous one. So tapping, selecting Clipping Mask. And then we'll go to our an icon to change the blending mode to multiply for the opacity. Let's go with 50 per cent for now. If you want to get back to your brush library and change the brush to your technical pen. You are welcome to go and do that. Then we will need to go to our color palettes and we will need to select a different color. This time it will be shadow leaks. When we have this color, we will go and take a look at our error on the top, and in accordance with it, we will go and create our shadows. So firstly, let us go to the lease that we have on the bottom, and we will start eating the shadows to the bottom parts of that. So just go in there and starting by creating our outlines and then Recoloring the parts that we need to recolor When you are done with the first leaf, move on to the next one and add the shadow to it to always take a look at your arrow and find the places that you need to put your shadow on. Where we have our lease overlap by other leaves. We can put them in a shadow completely. If you want to go through your leaves and add some texture, you are welcome to do it. And when you're done, when the leaves ledgers get back to the leaves and we will add the shadows to our miscellaneous objects. So firstly, we are selecting earlier and we are creating one more layer above it. Let's rename it as shadow. Let's clip it to a previous one. And again, we're arguing to our an icon to change the blending mode, to Multiply blend, just go and set the opacity at 50 per cent. Now we the same brush and with the same color, we will go to our stone and we will start adding the shadow and some texture here. So firstly, ledgers get back to our layers and we will unhide our layer with this sketch, you can see that we have some textured lines there and we will just go with our shadow and we will try to recreate that. Firstly, we are taking a look at our error on the top-left and we are getting back to our Canvas, to the left part of our stone. We will just go there and start creating some wobbly textured lines. Then just go firstly over our left and let's create the line like that. We're just go into some of our lives that we have on our Sketch and we are recreating that. So just go along the whole shape, own this tone and create a very wobbly, very textured line like that. When you have something like that ledgers due to the bottom part of our shadow and let's recolor it manually. Now let us go to this little cheap that we have on our right part and let us go and recreate it with our brush. We also will need to go underneath our sloth and we will need to add the shadow here. So let's just do entropy in the lines that we have for our sloth. Now, lenders get back to our layers and we will hide our layer with this sketch, we will take a look at how our stone, Luke's and for me, our shadow is a little bit too bright. So let's just go to our icon and let's make the opacity a little bit lower. So for example, 30, 35% will work better. And if you want to go and add some texture lines, more of them, you are welcome to go and do that. We also can go to our color palettes and we can select the color with the name line leaves. With this color, we will go to some of our shadows, to some of our texture elements and we can add a little Lines there. So for example, ledgers go more to the left parts, all these lines and very tiny, very easily we will go and create little lines in that way. When this Lines we are adding some depth and try not to overdo this part. If you don't want to add these lines, you are welcome not to do that. And now when we have something like that, led jazz continue agent are shadows to the rest of our miscellaneous objects. So firstly, let us go to our little umbrella and we will go back to our color palettes and select either orange details were some red color. For example, you can go with dark reds, been grad, or even pink with this color. Select it. We will just go and add the color to the bottom parts of our umbrella. We also can go to our SDK and we can add a little shadow to these elements suit. Now we the same color. We can go to our flowers and we can add the shadows to them. Or if you want, you can leave them as they are. But we will need to go to our little rocks and we will need to add the shadow to them. And when we are done with this little elements, we are done with our shadows. So in the next part, we will add some highlights 9. Highlights: To start with our highlights, let's just get back to our layers and we will go and create just one layer for our highlights. So we are here at our miscellaneous objects. We are here at our shadow about lenses. Create one more layer that will rename as highlights. We are not Clipping it, but we are go into RNI can end. We will change the blending mode to overlay. We will keep the opacity at maximum for now, but later on, if we will need to adjust it, we will go and adjust it. Now, Linda, get back to our color palettes and let's select the color with the name light greenish, yellow. When this color, we will go to the opposite sides from our shadows and we will add the highlights. Let's start from our leaves on the pumps. Ledgers go to the top part of our leaves and let just go very boldly and add our highlights in that way. If you feel that it is too bright, you can just get back to your Layers, go to your layer with a highlights and adjust the opacity. If you want to add more highlights, if you want to add some details, maybe you want to add some stripes. You are welcome to go and do that. So now let's just go above all of the top parts of our leaves and let's add our highlights. If you have some of the leaves completely in the shadow, don't add the highlights to them. When we are done with beliefs, Let's move on to the trunks. We will again go to the opposite sides from our shadows and we will add some lines there. So let us go to our left part of the second segment on our pump on the right. And we will add a little line like that. If you want to add some texture with your highlight, you are welcome to do it. And in the same way, let just go above all of our elements and let's add the highlights to the trunk elements. Now, in the same way, we will go to the rest of our elements and we will add our little highlights. So let's move on to our little umbrella and we will go again to the opposite side from our shadows and we will add some lines to make the highlights. As always, take a look at your arrow on the job to make it right. When you're done with your little umbrella ledgers, go to the leaves and let's add the highlights to their highest points of them. If you want to add some maybe for elements to your Sloth with your little highlights, you are welcome to go and do that. If you don't want to add different elements, you are welcome to go to the top parts of your slots and you are welcome to add little highlights there too. In the same way, we will go to our little grass elements right here, right between our slots. So we will go to the top parts of our grass and we will add our little highlights. We can go to our rocks and to our little elements of the flowers and add our highlights to them to. When we're done with this part, we will need to go to our stone and we will need to add the highlights to its to. Firstly, let us get that to Arles and we will unhide our layer with the sketch. We will just go above this line that we have on the LEDs on the top. And we will just recreate it with our highlights. When you are in country in the pirates, where you have your shadows, you are not eating the highlights there. You can also vary the amount of pressure that you are putting on your Apple Pencil. And in that way you will create an even line, and in that way you will create a better highlights. Now, when you have this highlights on the top part, ledgers get back to our layers and we will hide our layer with the sketch. We will go to the opposite sides from our very dark lines on this little chiefs. And we will add little highlights there too. So let's firstly go and decrease the size of our brush. And with very tiny lines, we will just go there and add our little highlights. And again, try not to overdo it. You just need a very tiny lines. So you are not creating some stripes, you are creating very tiny highlights. And when they have something like that, we are almost done with the whole Illustration, but we will need to add some additional elements. So let's move on to the next part where we will be agenda 10. Final Beautification: The very first thing that we will do into this little part will be going into our layers and Haydn earlier with our little arrow. So let's just go to this little checkmark and let's tap on it. Then we will go back to our bottom part. We will find earlier with the clouds and we will go and we will start adding some elements here that will recreate some water. What we need to do is to use this same brush that we used before, technical pen and the same color, the color was white with this color and with this brush, we will go underneath our clouds and we will start eating some lines there. If you want to add some doors or some additional elements, you are welcome to do it genuinely, what we need is something like that. Let me just go alone our sites and we will add a few of these elements. And when we are done with these little elements, we will go alone, the sheep of our islands, and we will add a few of these lines to. So firstly, let's just go and increase the size of our brush. And we will just go and try to recreate the same shape. But we also can add some additional elements there. So let's just go and create something like that. When you're done eating your additional water elements, all that we need to do next is to go to Arles entry color are lengths. So firstly, let us go to our Layers and let's find our layer with the lungs. We will select it and we will create one more layer above it. Let's rename it as Recoloring. We will need to clean this layer to a previous ones. So tapping on it and selecting Clipping Mask. Then we will get back to our brush library and we will go to the calligraphy folder and we will choose monoline brush also for this part, you can do to airbrushing and select media and blend. You can try both of these options and find what works for you. So select the brush and then we'll go to our color palettes. And firstly, we will go and select the color with the name dark green. With this color, we will go to our green elements and we will go along the lines and we will recolor them. When you're done with the leaves leg, just getting back to our color palettes and let's select dark red color. Ms. Keller, we will go entry gallery, the lines on our trunks also with the same color. We will go and recolor our umbrella and the scarf elements. If you want to recolor the lines on our little flowers, you can go to color palettes and select been grad color. For this stone, we will get back and we will select line leafs. Issue I, using the medium blend brush, you can go and increase the size of this brush and go over some of the leaves and add some gradients to the color of your lines. Now when we are done with Recoloring are Lines, let's do one more. I think we will add a little sticker effect to the whole illustration. What we need to do is to go to our layers and we will need to select every layer that belongs to our front part. So we are not selecting the layer with our clouds and with our islands. To select multiple layers, you will need to go and select one of the layers. And then you will need to go to the rest of them and swap them from left to right. So let's just go and select all the layers that we have for our front grounds. When we have all of this layer selected, we will go over the top right and we will hit Group. Now, let us give it to the top of our group and let's rename it as islands with slots. Now let just go and collapse that group so we will see what we are doing to do so we will need to go to this little icon near the chatbox and we will need to tap on it. Now when we have this group, we will need to make a copy of it. Let's wipe this group from right-to-left and we will choose Duplicate. Now we will go to this group that we have on the second place and we will need to flatten it. We will need to tap on it, and we will need to choose flatten from the list. Now we have everything here on one layer, but we will need to do the following. We will need to tap on this layer and we will need to choose, Select. When it is selected, we will use white color and we will turn on color field on the bottom panel. Now, if we take a look at our leaves, we will see that the whole area that we have here is white. Now, that's exactly what we need. The next step to do will be going into our magic one tool, we will go under Gaussian Blur and you can see that we have this option Gaussian blur on the top. Now it is zero per cent if we hold our Apple Pencil and if we move it more toward the right side, will be adjusting the amount of blur and we will just stop at something like five or 8%. So for now, you can see that above your elements alone of them, you will see a little glow in, and that's exactly what we need. Now. We will need to go to our S ribbon icon and we will need to use automatic selection. We also will need to use Colorful later on, but for now, let us turn it off. Now with automatic selection, we will zoom in our Canvas and we will go to these areas that have bluer. We will tap on them with our Apple pencil. You will see that now we have this black outline. That's exactly what we need, but we also will need to go inside these objects and we will need to do the same thing here. So we are going inside our objects and we are adding these little lines here. When we have them all, we will need to turn on color field. You can see that now we have this white outlines. We can just go and deselect everything by hitting R S ribbon icon. If we zoom in our Canvas, we will see that we have some blank gaps. So let's just go and manually adjust them. We will firstly go to our brush library. We can go either to the calligraphy folder and choose monoline brush or to the inking folder and select technical pen. And we will just go and fill these areas with white color. When you're done filling the gaps, lead jazz, grab our eraser tool and we will go to the bottom part where we have our islands and we will erase this little Lines completely. So we're just going to this intersection that we have with our islands. And underneath it, we are just erasing everything. Now, let just zoom out our illustration to look at it from the distance. And if you like it, we are done with our class. Thank you for watching this class. Leave a review if you liked it, and consider subscribing for more Kawaii videos in the future, looking forward to seeing your projects.