Lisa answers your lovely questions posted in the Community Hub and spends valuable time with students from The Creative Club to help them on their artistic journey.

As we have limited time the questions are collated from the most popular and liked to help as many of the community as possible.

Included in this set:

  • PDF Handout

Zipped File Size: 792.4 KB

File Types Included: PDF

See the community hub post for this session here.

Questions Answered by Lisa in This Session:

Choosing and Using Color Palettes

  • Anu Ashok: How do you choose such an awesome yet minimal color palette which is just enough but also adds interest to the composition?
  • Maddie Mazurek: How do you usually choose a color palette for your illustrations? How do you know which colors might work? Would love to hear what’s your process?
  • Teresa: Do you always select the bulk or all of your colors prior to starting an illustration? How do you know what hues/shades/tones/colors to select?
  • Cindy Yang: Can you show me the process of how you’ll choose new colors for a finished piece digitally if you don’t like the original colors you chose? Do you play with the effects or tones to look at new potential colors to decide on the new colors of a finished piece?
  • Teresa: Can you share the method you use, in Procreate, to create/select such beautiful ‘matching’ color palettes? (colors that work together but are different colors. This is something to do with hues and saturation I think but I can’t figure it out!)

Converting Between Color Profiles

  • Rebecca Khan: I wanted to know if you have any advice for converting our art pieces into CMYK for printing onto stationery etc.

Creating Cartoony Characters

  • neeta budhraja: I am doing the cute character course to learn how to create them properly. The problem I am facing is how to make them look cartoony. The ones I make look like normal sketches, not cartoony and mine don’t look cute. When I watch the lessons, I am able to create, but when I make it on my own, with realistic animals, I am unable to create a cartoony look.

Organizing Brushes and Tools in Procreate

  • Heidi Randall: How do you organize your brushes in Procreate? I have brushes from different artists that are in their own folders (yourself included!), but I feel overwhelmed scrolling through so many different folders to get to a specific brush or group of brushes. Just wondering how you keep that all straight?

Developing and Finding a Unique Style

  • Corrina Reid: Any suggestions on developing a primary style of work?

Motivation and Inspiration

  • Barb: How do you get your mind in the creative zone, to find inspiration and ideas for your paintings? Especially when daily life goes crazy.

Starting a Career in Design

  • raoul.ditoma: Where to start from to build a new creative career?

Creating Personalized Graphic Elements

  • Jasmin Fernandez: How do we make the graphic elements we buy a little bit personalized? (how do we put our own style and personal spin on pre-made assets).

Procreate Techniques and Resources

  • Debra Rogers: Can you recommend specific Procreate educational resources. Or do you know how I can prevent the loss of fidelity?


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