STUDENT TESTIMONIAL: “This course was so much fun and easy to do! Lauren is a fantastic teacher and I feel much more confident now taking on other illustration projects.” - Darrene N.
Get ready to start your own visual journal. In this class, you’ll learn how to draw a collection of objects and words to create fun illustrative designs. Your teacher, Lauren, will walk you through how to set up your design layout, the basic drawing techniques, as well as how to add simple hand lettering to your design.
Jam-packed full of inspiration, this online class will give you the creative skills to document your life through custom illustrations!
AFTER TAKING THIS CLASS, YOU’LL KNOW HOW TO:
- Turn your favorite everyday objects into ink illustrations with basic drawing techniques
- Plan out your design to create a dynamic layout that you’ll want to share
- Add simple lettering into your design using your own handwriting
Just look at the amazing visual journal, No Photos Please, that Lauren has been creating while on her adventures. After taking Intro To Ink Illustration, you'll have the creative skills to design greeting cards, menu signs, wall art, custom wallpapers and more!
GET ACCESS TO 9 LESSONS, INCLUDING:
- Supplies Overview
- Warm Up Drawing
- Starting Your Project - Lettering
- Ink Lettering
- Adding Illustrations
- Ink Illustrations
- Fill In Negative Space With Flourishes
- Final Remarks
All you need to take this course are the supplies listed below and the 6-page class workbook created by Lauren (available in your class downloads).
SUPPLIES NEEDED TO TAKE THE CLASS
THE CLASS WORKBOOK INCLUDES
- Project Overview
- Links + Resources
- Final Project Example
About the Instructor
Lauren is a California-born, formerly Brooklyn-based designer and letterer who’s currently traveling the world. Known for her bright color palettes and playful letterforms, she’s created work for clients like Starbucks, Google and TIME Magazine.
Lauren finds that she’s happiest when creating. So, when she’s not working, you can find her baking yummy things, selling your ex-boyfriend’s tears or lettering for lunch around New York City. Lauren’s motto is, and will always be, “Work hard, snack often.”