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Brought to you yet another fashion illustration of mine. Unfortunately the blue metallic streaks are not that visible but on real life the colors are brighter and better. I already recorded myself painting this one on Youtube so you can check it out here: www.youtube.com/channel/UCfjXK…
My whole story with graphic design started when I was around 11-12. At that time I used to visit certain forums and was active in them. Stumbling upon the various sections I came across the artists' forum where members used to show their creativity. I was immediately fascinated by the artwork and graphic designs that one can do by learning the basics of art and designing. Since then I found myself learning more and more as the years passed. However, I never studied graphic design heavily and am not professional in this field yet. My gallery reflects my love for art and graphic design that started as a hobby and ended up being my profession now.
As for Crafts, I used to love crafting when I was little. Whether it was painting with sand, decorating my own boxes, and creating my own paper house. I remember how I stayed in my room for hours creating some crafts or printing a coloring page from the internet. My love for art and crafts just grew which enabled me to open up my own online store.
Currently, I'm the graphic designer, illustrator, and photographer at Artista (graphic design and art studio). My work can be found at their website and other social links:
My most accomplished goal this year is publishing my very first online course!
I never thought I'd publish it this soon. For months I've been working on ideas for some workshops but I kept delaying the idea itself. Then came Ramadan and I couldn't do anything. Yet, an opportunity to teach online came up to me when I wasn't expecting it at all.
I worked on this project for about two weeks including preparations, shooting, and editing. And it's already published in Skillshare.
The duration of this course is 16 minutes only. It was supposed to be 21 minutes but I cut it down and fastened the process at some parts. And I chose to teach two different patterns which are lace and gold swirls. I explained the materials I usually use and where views could find them.
The following is a breakdown for this online course: 1. Introduction. 2. Materials. 3. Painting a sketch. 4. Lace Pattern 5. Embellishment (optional) 6. Gold Swirls 7. Class Project 8. Final Thoughts.
Yep, there is a homework for you too. Prior to publishing the course I uploaded a 1-minute intro video on YouTube:
As for the course itself, if you click on link below, you'll get 3 months of Skillshare Premium for only $0.99 for unlimited access to this and thousands of online classes: skl.sh/1sM20yL.
And I'm offering 5 free enrollment links but they'll expire on June 30th: skl.sh/291ubjq
Again, this is a short course of 16 minutes. And this definitely will not be my last class. You can follow me on twitter, instagram, and snapchat for any updates. And you can also watch my designs and illustrating process in my social accounts too.
Since I didn't get to draw and paint the sketch I used in the video, I may upload a short clip of the process soon. Also, I'd like to talk more about the materials I use for painting and may as well record another video and upload it on YouTube.