Illustrating on Photos with Procreate

Illustrating on Photos with Procreate

Wed, Jan 18 @ 5:30PM - 8:30PM

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Cost: $48

Age: 13+ years
1 session
at 3 hours
Location: The 55 Activity Centre

Age: 13+ years

1 session at 3 hours

Location: 55 Activity Centre

Learn how to illustrate overtop of photos with artist and designer Steffi Lai! In this class you will learn some basics of how to use Procreate brushes, layers, colour, etc. Once you understand the basics of the app, you will use your own photo to digitally enhance with drawings!

Participant supplies: All participants need to have an iPad with Procreate installed on it already, as well as an Apple pen/pencil, and accompanying chargers in case.


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Steffi Lai

Steffi Lai is a graphic designer, illustrator, and painter, and also happens to be a licensed embalmer. She enjoys designing prints, logo designs, and layouts, and tries to incorporate illustrations into her work wherever she can. She is inspired by her home in the pacific northwest and its lush forests, majestic mountains, dark mysterious oceans, and the many creatures that dwell within them. Steffi lives and works in Squamish, BC, which is located within the Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) Nation Traditional Territory. She has a Graphic Design Certificate from the British Columbia Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of British Columbia. When she isn’t illustrating or designing, she likes to drink tea, climb rocks, delve into true crime and the macabre, and collect all things cute, strange, and unusual.


The 55 Activity Centre

1201 Village Green Way Squamish, Squamish, BC, V8B 0N6, Canada


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