Adobe Illustrator for Children’s Books: Watercolor Style
What you’ll learn
You will be able to create beautiful vector illustrations in Adobe Illustrator.
At the end of the course you will understand the power of simplicity when it comes to Children’s Books Illustrations.
You will be able to apply your new knowledge in different Illustration projects, starting from day 1.
You will become more confident and fluent in Adobe Illustrator and the vector illustration process.
In this course you will learn how to easily create beautiful illustrations in Adobe Illustrator in very little time and with very little effort. You will create a watercolor style illustration that you can use to illustrate children’s books or for any other purpose you need it.
We will use a variety of techniques that will help you save lots of time in this and any other
project you work in the future.
You will learn how to plan out, outline, and paint beautiful and professional illustrations in Adobe Illustrator.
This course focuses on creating the illustration you can see
in the promo video, but you can use the techniques you learn here to
create many other illustrations.
I’m confident that by the end of this course you will have a solid
understanding of the children’s book illustration creation process, and you will be able to create your own beautiful and
astonishing 2D illustrations.
Who this course is for:
- This course is for people interested in creating high quality vector illustrations in Adobe Illustrator.
- This course is for anyone interested in improving their vector illustration skills.
- This course is for students who want to get outstanding results in very little time and with very little effort.
- This course is for 2D sudents who want to improve their skills.
- This course is great for beginner and intermediate students.
- This course in great for illustrators who want to get started in Children’s Books Illustrations.
- Blocking in the Character: Creating the Line Art
- Blocking in the Rest of the Elements: Creating the Line Art
- Coloring and Shading
- What’s Next?