3 Class Projects
It takes about 2 to 20 hours hour(s) to complete each project.
Illustrations of multiple motifs with different textures
Illustration of a character who becomes the protagonist of the story
A one-piece picture with a narrative in which motifs and characters come to life
Skills You’ll Learn
How to place soft colors and draw warm illustrations
You will learn color schemes and painting methods that create a digital and warm atmosphere.
How to bring out texture, how to draw
You will learn how to create a different texture for each motif and how to draw.
How to draw a picture with a story, how to draw a character
You'll learn how to draw characters, how to develop them to draw illustrations that make you feel a story, and how to think.
A digital illustration course for drawing illustrations with a worldview and story. Learn how to create a worldview ~ how to draw from popular illustrators
In order to be able to draw illustrations with a worldview, this class is an online digital illustration course where you learn knowledge that allows you to enjoy illustrations more, such as how to draw easily with an analog feel, processes and tricks for drawing a single picture, while carefully drawing everything from simple motifs to single-piece pictures with complex compositions.
Please enjoy the curriculum with a story where the motifs that are the key to the story are first, then the characters are drawn, and finally they are depicted within a single story...
[This illustration course is suitable for people like this]
- Those who feel unsatisfied with the finish of the illustration
- Those who want to learn how to take composition, coloring know-how, etc.
- Those who want to learn how to create illustrations with a worldview
- Those who want to know how to come up with a picture story
- Those who want to learn how to draw a character's face or the details of a picture
- Those who want to learn how to draw textures
[Step 1] Learn the flow and worldview of illustration production and how the characters think, and draw motifs
The lesson starts with a lecture by illustrator Yoshioka on the production flow that she usually does when creating works and how to draw (brushes and color palettes will also be distributed, so please look forward to it!).
Next, while learning about the worldview of the illustrations to be drawn and the way of thinking about the story, we will think about the motifs that are the key to the story and draw them by actually moving our hands.
Through creating illustrations of motifs, you will experience a series of processes such as sketching, rough drawing, drawing, and adjustment.
[Step 2] Draw the main character of the story, think about the composition of a one-piece picture with a view of the world, rough → line drawing → underpainting
Once you've learned the essence of creating illustrations up to this point, it's time to move on to the heart of the story.
Think about the main character of the story and draw it out by carving out attractive characters. Learn how to think, draw, and finish human character illustrations here.
Once the character is drawn, then, while looking at the sketches and motifs you drew in step 1, think about the composition of a single illustration expressing the view of the world, proceed with rough → line drawing → underpainting to gradually shape it.
[Step 3] Draw a picture that expresses the world of the story. From drawing people, main motifs, and backgrounds to finishing
The lesson is finally at its climax. Characters are first drawn into the illustration that was primed in Step 2, then the main motifs and backgrounds that complement them are drawn sequentially.
Here, we will focus in particular on how to draw “texture” and enhance the degree of perfection of the work.
Once you've drawn until you're satisfied, make final adjustments and you're done. The works drawn in the lesson are fun only for the students!
Be sure to take the class and check out what kind of stories will be drawn.
<Message from the Creator> We aim for a course where you can gain awareness and discovery rather than “draw and finish”
Hello, my name is Yoshioka and I'm an illustrator.
In this class, I would like to share the painting awareness I have found in my activities so far, so that those who take the course can also gain new awareness.
I will generously share the techniques and ways of thinking I have found so far, and hints that make illustration creation more enjoyable, etc., and I aim for a course where you can get the awareness and discoveries that continue beyond that, not just “draw and finish.”
The work I drew in class was drawn for this time, and I was quite worried and thought about motifs and color schemes that had a lot of fun points to draw.
I would be happy if you could enjoy the motifs and characters you draw in class and see what kind of story they end up with.
[Summary: What you can learn and learn in this digital illustration course]
☑ ︎ How to place soft colors
☑ ︎A color scheme with a worldview
☑ ︎How to think and draw illustrations that have a narrative
☑ ︎How to draw warm, analog-like illustrations
☑ ︎ How to bring out texture, how to draw
☑ ︎ How to draw characters
☑ ︎How to use Clip Studio in my own way
☑ ︎One pictureHow to finish in a well-balanced manner
I mainly create illustrations in fields such as books, games, and music.
- Anicoremix Gallery exhibited at the group exhibition “Seeing You Are_vol1 Second Semester”
- First commercial picture book“A Collection of Works by Yoshioka Slayer” (Pie International)On sale
Q.Please tell us about your experiences and achievements so far!
A. I became an illustrator after working as a graphic and advertising designer at an advertising agency.
Q. What led you to start creating illustrations?
A. A few years ago, I began to receive requests from people who saw illustrations that were published as a hobby,Production became more enjoyable when I completely transitioned to a digital environment so that work could proceed smoothly, so I started working in earnest from there.
Q. Why did CLASS101 offer online classes?
A. I was able to push my back from the person who took care of me,This is because I've been thinking for a long time that I'd like to share with others what I've discovered in my activities so far.
Q. What points did you put the most effort into planning your classes? Who would you recommend this class to?
A. It's about sharing the parts of the production that I find fun. I was quite worried and thought about motifs and color schemes with lots of fun points. I would like those who like drawing pictures and those who want to fall in love with it in the future to see it.
Q. What kind of experience do you want the students to have through this class?
A. Look at how to proceed with my own production and how to draw, and ask, “Is there such a method!” I would be happy if it became an opportunity for you to notice that.
Q. Please give a message to the students!
A. I will do my best to generously share the techniques and ways of thinking that I have found so far, hints that will make it more fun, etc.
Please feel free to ask questions about things you don't understand or are worried about. I'm looking forward to seeing you!