Creating a Coloring Book Page with Cat Willet – 1 of 2



Learn how to draw a floral coloring book page with Cat Willett! In part 1, she’ll share how to use an Adobe Stock photo as a reference to sketch, ink, and layout her illustration. Stick around for part 2 as she colors her piece using live brushes in Adobe Fresco and makes her print available for you to download and color!

Download Cat’s Coloring book page: https://bit.ly/34HGPGB

Guest Cat Willett is an Illustrator based in Brooklyn, NY: https://www.catherinewillett.com/

Host Anna McNaught is a photographer, photoshop artist, and traveler: https://annamcnaught.com/

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00:00 Start
02:03 Cat’s work experience
06:19 Getting started in Fresco
07:25 Prepping for inking over a sketch
10:06 Inking over the sketch
12:15 Sketching from reference
17:45 Keeping a digital/traditional sketchbook
22:05 Creating layers for organization
29:09 Discussing brushes
36:02 Open shapes vs. closing shapes
40:27 Cat’s sketching process
50:21 Continuing to draw over the sketch
52:45 Choosing a textural brush for the sunflower seeds
56:36 Discussing Anna’s compositing process
1:04:15 Working with multiple layers in Fresco
1:08:33 Self discipline and drawing practice
1:09:48 Cat’s educational classes
1:12:41 Working on the hands in the illustration
1:16:15 Creating long fluid lines
1:19:02 Tips for creating fluid lines
1:21:06 Why Cat is creating her color page with pixel brushes
1:24:07 Dividing the hands onto separate layers
1:25:42 Cat’s journey and finding your unique style
1:31:00 Pressures of social media on creators
1:36:52 Trends in art
1:41:29 Hand Lettering – snap line
1:49:45 Continuing with lettering

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