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From Sketches to Magical Illustration: Blending Modes & Composition in Procreate

By Iva Mikles •  Last Updated: Aug 04, 2022 •  Online Classes • Digital Art & Procreate

Discover Procreate blending modes and their effects to improve your digital illustration skills.

Using blending modes in digital art is a lot of fun. It can help you create illustrations with engaging scenes and moods, expressing your unique creative ideas.

Whether you are interested in learning to use the blending modes, practicing your composition skills, or just having fun illustrating magical moods, this class is for you.

Design Magical Night Mood Illustrations

In this class, we will create “Starry Night in a Jar,” a beautiful, magical night mood illustration in Procreate. Using simple shapes, blending modes, composition tips, and sketching from references.

What do Students Say?

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“Magical class!! I enjoyed exploring different blending modes with Iva 🙂 And combining sketchbook practice with Procreate inspired me to draw even more. Thanks, Iva, for another great class.”

Jen, Student

What You Will Learn?

You will learn:

By the end of the class, you will have a fantastic illustration that you will love and can infuse with your unique likes and preferences.

In the resources section, you will find color palettes you can use as inspiration for your illustration.

Let’s get started with expanding your horizons and drawing magical scenes!

See you in the class!

Hi, I am Iva (rhymes with “viva”). I am an artist, illustrator, founder of Art Side of Life®, and Top Teacher on Skillshare. Since 2009 I've worked as an illustrator, character designer, art director, and branding specialist focusing on illustration, storytelling, concepts, and animation. I believe that we are all creative in infinite numbers of ways, so I've made it my mission to teach you everything I know and help either wake up or develop your creative genius. Learn more about me.

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