Learn how to create professional vector characters in no time at all. This course is designed for both the beginner and advanced users of Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. The course starts off by showing you the basics of using the pen tool and how to use the points for the right direction of the paths. You also learn how to use the basic shapes to form the head, eyes, hands, and use the pen tool for the clothes, mouth, nose and other elements.
You will learn to cut the workflow in half by duplicating certain areas of the character and flip those parts to make a complete dress and more. The duplication process will allow you to create two arms and legs from one drawing. I have made the creation process as easy as possible without giving beginners and confusion on what to draw or create.
Once you take this course and learn how to create characters, you van use the same lessons and techniques to create both male and female characters and design them for clients if you wish. Once you learn these techniques you can do what you desire with the new skills to make money designing for others.
After you take this course you will be able to create and design any type of vector character that your imagination can think of. The principles you will learn can be applied to any type of vector character, the only limitations will be your imagination. Once you learn to draw any eye, mouth, or nose, the process will always be the same except for adding a different shape for each element to make it look different.
You can use this course with either Adobe Illustrator, or PhotoShop since we will be using the pen tool and basic shape tools. Get started now and learn the most popular thing to design on todays industry - Characters.
I have added special modules that will help you create characters faster when demand calls for it, and you can use your skills from this course to make extra money online. HURRY BEFORE I RAISE THE PRICE.
Learn to use basic shapes to form the head, very simple process.
We will continue to draw the face and other elements that make up the face and head.
Finalizing the elements of the head and face.
See how much you learned by answering true or false.
Learn where to place the neck and how to draw half of the dress and reflect it to make a whole dress.
Learn to draw in the arms and place them in different angles.
Learn to use the rounded rectangle tool and oval for the hands and fingers.
What should you do with layers?
Learn to draw the legs and duplicate one to make the other leg.
Learn the quick and simple way to create dress shoes
Draw tennis shoes with this simple technique.
Introduction to using photo's to create new styles of vector characters.Download the zip file in Resources for later use.
This video explains how we use the photo to trace the face, starting with the head to construct our character.
This video will show you how to block, or color in the face, mouth, eyes, and choose the colors for your character face.
This video shows you the process of tracing the hair and even coming up with your own style, and finishing up the face.
This video will show you places to get stock photo's to use and then remind you to do your homework. Post your work when finished. I would love to see it.
I am a trained graphic design artist and a self taught drawing artist. I have been drawing with graphite, pastels, and digital medium for a very long time now. I draw and paint using Photoshop, Art Rage, and many other painting software. Drawing and painting is my passion and taking this talent digital has been great, I have decided to teach others to draw, especially beginners. If you already know how to draw and paint, you can still learn new ideas and techniques from me.
I graduated from graphic design school in 2013 and this is what sparked my interest to pursue drawing in digital format. I draw just about anything but my expertise is drawing and painting landscapes, such as trees, water, rocks, mountains, and anything else related. I have taught many people on how to draw via YouTube and selling courses from my own website in the past.
Besides my graphic design diploma, I have years of experience in drawing using the traditional mediums, I believe that practice makes perfect. My teachings are broken down so you can learn one element at a time, such as spending time on just trees, and moving on to other landscape elements.
Another way that I have always worked hard in gaining more experience as an artist is carrying a pencil and sketch book with me every where I go. The bulk of my experience comes from drawing constantly when not doing other activities. I draw if I am in the waiting room of the Dr. office and anytime I feel that I am being idle. I can take my experience and show you how to draw better than you thought was possible.