Back by popular demand! If you missed out last time, never fear – Brisbane illustrator + designer Tiffany Atkin is back to splash some more ink about and show you the basics of working with traditional mediums in a digital setting.
Learn how to create digital textures from hand-drawn or traditionally-made markings, then use these elements to create interesting and unique digital illustrations.
Your newly acquired skills can then be used to create your own art prints, zines, blog banners and so much more!
Take home all textures and work you create on the day, along with some ready-made textures created by Tiffany for use in your own projects (don’t forget to bring your USB!).
Some basic photoshop knowledge is recommended, but not essential. Bring along work you’ve started or create something new during the workshop – the structure is flexible and there will be plenty of one-on-one time throughout the workshop to provide a chance for you to have your individual questions answered.
Please note, this workshop is best suited to beginners, but all skill levels are welcome!
Also, don’t forget to have photoshop pre-installed on your computer before attending the workshop 🙂
Head to our Facebook page for information on parking and getting to the space.
What you'll get
The following shared materials will also be provided to use during the workshop:
- Patterned fabric remnants
- Printed/patterned/textured paper
- Derwent Inktense blocks to use
- black + coloured ink to use
- watercolour paper
- acrylic paints in a range of colours to use
- watercolour paints in a range of colours
what to bring
USB (so you can take home your creations!)
Laptop with a working copy of Photoshop (free trial available to download from Adobe.com)