Watercolor Illustration and Digitizing



Watercolor Illustration and Digitizing


Learn to create hand-painted custom monograms that you can use for stationery projects! Using a tropical-themed crest as her example, artist Jenna Rainey shares her process step-by-step, from painting the elements in watercolor to scanning and digitizing in Adobe Photoshop.

Please Note: This class was included in the Modern Calligraphy Summit 2.0.

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Using a tropical custom crest as her sample project, artist Jenna Rainey shows you how to paint each element, from the leaves to the toucan. Then she’ll show you how to scan your work, clean it up in Photoshop, and turn it into a gorgeous work of art that you can use for cards, wedding invitations, and more.


  • 1: Intro & Handout
  • 2: Materials
  • 3: Painting the Foliage
  • 4: Painting the Chicken
  • 5: Painting the Toucan
  • 6: Scanning
  • 7: Using Photoshop

See what our students have made!

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2 hours 30 minutes






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