Art Style Notes: Combining Hand Drawn Elements with Photoshop Illustration

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If you a) follow me on Instagram or b) get my Friday newsletter, you already know a secret: I’ve been working on changing my style.

The desire to incorporate my analog elements hit me earlier in the year so I’ve been quietly experimenting with techniques, trying to find what works best for the illustrations I want to make.

This change might seem sudden to you, but for me it’s been the work of several months, making messes and deciding what to bring forward into my new style.

It’s not a massive shift, but it feels and looks fresh to me. It’s an exciting time!

In this video, I’m sharing a quick and basic walk through of a process I’m using right now. You probably want an in depth tutorial or a full on class about using hand drawn and hand painted elements in digital. We will get there eventually. I promise.

But right now, let’s take a look at the new process I’m embracing.

What Supplies Are You Using?

In this video, I mention a few supplies that I used to make textures and hand drawn marks:

You’ll Learn:

  • A basic overview of my process for combining hand drawn elements, hand painted textures, and Photoshop illustration.

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