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No idea what to draw? This fun iPad illustration project starts with a photo so you can skip the guesswork and get right into creating!
Skillshare Premium Members are invited to join us on Thursday, August 13th at 3pm ET for a live online Zoom session with Robert Generette III, all about iPad illustration. Perfect for artists of all ages, in this session you’ll learn how to create a half-photo, half-illustration hybrid that’s 100% you. The session will run for approximately 60 minutes. Click the “Remind Me” button above to register!
Robert Generette III is an award-winning illustrator, educator, father of two, and self-proclaimed "vector art monster" based in Washington, DC. Under the pseudonym Rob Zilla III, he uses an iPad Pro to create compelling sport illustrations and portraits for clients ranging from Nike Baseball and the NBA to Wacom and Adobe.
This live session will include a reference photo to get you started (download here), tips to level up your drawings in Procreate or Fresco, plus playful prompts to explore your creative voice.
Throughout the session, you’ll be encouraged to work alongside Rob and ask questions. Feel free to add questions in advance of the event (discussion forum below) as well. If you’d like to draw alongside Rob, we recommend bringing the following materials:
We look forward to seeing you soon!
How to Participate:
Click “Remind Me” above to register for the live session.
On the day of the event, we’ll post a link to join the Zoom call. 15 minutes prior to the start time, we’ll open up the room so you can access the event. Make sure you’re subscribed to “Updates from Skillshare” in your account settings to receive an email reminder 15 minutes before the session starts.
What to Know About Zoom:
Zoom is a free online video conferencing tool. Download it to your device here. Note: Zoom will download automatically when you join your first call.
Once you’ve joined the Zoom call, use the “chat” window to type your questions in real time. We’ll get through as many as possible!
To make sure everyone can hear, we’ll be using Zoom’s “mute” feature so that audio is coming through from the teacher’s end only.
You are encouraged (but not required) to turn on your camera.
We want to keep Zoom a safe space for everyone — please abide by Skillshare’s community guidelines throughout the session.