Drawing and Animating Food Illustrations in Adobe Fresco with Carina Lindmeier – 1 of 2



Watch and learn alongside illustrator Carina Lindmeier as she shows you how to create a still life table scene in Adobe Fresco. Starting from a sketch, she’ll take you through her full process – including providing pro tips on composition and organization, how to add shade and texture, and finally how to add motion to your illustrations!

Guest Carina Lindmeier is a freelance illustrator based in Linz, Austria: https://www.behance.net/carinalindmeier

Host Chris Blackstock is an illustrator, concept artist, taste-maker, and donut eater, based in CA: https://theblackstock.com/ | https://www.behance.net/chrisblackstock

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Join us LIVE on Behance: https://www.behance.net/adobelive
00:00 Start
02:20 Intro for Carina and her work
05:14 Starting with Carina’s sketch in Fresco
07:04 Carina’s illustration journey – illustration challenges
13:07 Using lasso tools to create shapes
16:30 Where to find day to day inspiration
23:16 Saving colors in Fresco from Capture
27:21 Hot Sauce and mystery sauce
34:45 Filling out the table – building out shapes
36:01 Using reference – using mood boards
41:35 Adding beans/tomatoes
48:10 Working on multiple plates
50:20 Cilantro and genetics – discussing gardening
53:53 Size of artboard – sharing w/ social media and for print
55:20 Painting lemons – adding texture
1:04:06 Connecting traditional mediums with digital mediums
1:09:45 Changing perspective, zooming out, getting a fresh look
1:15:30 Carina’s Adobe Live Germany experience – connecting with artists
1:16:36 Hot Sauce label w/texture
1:22:39 Detailing tomatoes
1:24:24 Carina’s brush selection
1:28:33 Consistency across your work
1:38:12 Discussing Carina’s style
1:40:52 Adding details through the image
1:48:20 Adding shadows
1:53:02 Recap and wrap up

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