Procreate, Concepts & Midjourney

 
Digital Drawing Course


Self-study course + live meetings  

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Midjourney drinks

Coming soon: A module about how to use Midjourney as a tool for visual storytelling


Turn scribbles into professional illustrations

In this course, I teach you how to turn simple scribbles into professional-looking illustrations that pop off the page.

I  share my process and the apps I use to churn out illustrations for my social media posts: Procreate, Sketches and my favourite: Concepts. 

If you prefer to draw on paper –  I have you covered, too: You can scan your drawing and add a bit of digital magic afterward. This way you get the best of both worlds:

I added shading and background in Procreate. 

If you have an Apple Pencil, you can draw directly on the iPad. Here I am using my favorite app, Concepts. 

 

But, this is not only a technical course. 

First and foremost, I will help you to communicate your message. We will draw together, we will talk about strategy, and I will give you feedback on your drawings and design. 


I made these backgrounds in Midjourney. 

BONUS

You get access to the Visual Thinkers' Business Club meetings, where you can learn new stuff and get feedback on your drawings. 

You can read more about the Visual Thinkers' Club here



Why learn from me?

Hi, I'm Ingrid Lill - communication designer and professional illustrator.

I have drawn all my life.  But it was first after I started doing graphic facilitation  for organisations that I embraced the "fast and fun" illustration style that I'm teaching now. I share all the most useful tricks that I have learned over the years.

Drawing has transformed my business. It helped me stand out and escape being a generalist graphic designer. Now my business is not only more fun, but also more lucrative. 

No matter if you are a total beginner, or you you just want to pick up the pencil (again) and learn a few tricks – I promise you that this class will be useful and a lot of fun!

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