Have you ever wondered if it is possible to create a layered, negative space, realistic watercolour in Procreate? This class, Jungle Fever Advanced Layering & Brush Methods in Procreate, will show you that it is truly possible, even if it involves some tricky selections. Tricky, but not impossible. I explain it very thoroughly, and I have discovered that it opens up many new possibilities for my design work.
Negative painting techniques are so amazing, and create such depth, that you have to try them! I will teach you my layered illustration methodology, tied into the use of brushes to create a layout efficiently. I show you amazing ways to spruce up your brushes too (I just couldn’t help myself). Brush stamps speed up the process, but this can be done without any brush stamps at all. As always, I include a bunch of free brushes and a master document that we use throughout the process to add a lot of interest and make our process as efficient as possible. In the class, I take you from start to finish in creating the full illustration with all the bells and whistles, including many textures and adding text. Making complex selections is the focus of the class, but I do break it down thoroughly to make sure you fully understand.
- Intro Jungle Fever Brushes and Advanced Layering Techniques (2:10)
- Lesson 1 Overview and Inspiration (6:29)
- Lesson 2 Creating and Embellishing a Brush (13:40)
- Lesson 3 Master Document Set-Up (7:50)
- Lesson 4 Color Theory and Reference Gathering (7:58)
- Lesson 5 Advanced Layering and Selection Methods (12:29)
- Lesson 6 Composition and Layout Ideas (11:30)
- Lesson 7 Polishing the Design and Adding Text (12:16)
- Outro (2:45)