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POPULAR: Color Palettes in Procreate: Find Your Unique Illustration Color Style

By Iva Mikles •  Last Updated: Apr 27, 2022 •  Online Classes • Art Fundamentals  •  Popular Classes

Be More Confident in Your Color Choices and Develop Your Signature Color Style!

In this class, we will go through different fun exercises to build your confidence in creating your own color palettes and picking the colors for your unique taste and art style.

Whether you are a beginner just starting to learn about colors or you are a little bit more experienced illustrator looking into learning some new skills, this class is for you.

What do Students Say?

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“Thank you for this class Iva! I’ve been struggling to come up with a certain color palette for my artworks because I seem to love all color combinations! This class helped me put together a color palette that I’ll be using on my upcoming artworks!”

Jean, Student

What You Will Learn

I will explain my color palette creation process step by step. You will learn about:

We will talk about saturation, color harmony, how to use references from real life, creating a mood board, working with thumbnails. You will also learn coloring tips and tricks, and other useful tips along the way.

I will be using Procreate but feel free to use any other digital drawing program or traditional tools.

Let’s experiment and play with colors!

Helpful resource: Books on Color Theory

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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