Digitizing, Doodling, Watercolor & Lettering Workshops

Hello, hello!

Thanks to everyone who have previously attended the watercolor, lettering, digitizing & doodling workshops! 🙂

People have been asking about other workshops aside from Watercolor & Brush Lettering lately so this month, we tried (re)introducing some workshop formats.  *I honestly want to share some life story here or some fun & funny lines since as this is a personal blog after all but just for today, I won’t stall you from reading about the workshops. :)*

June Watercolor Lettering Digitizing Workshops

Introduction to Watercolor & Brush Lettering
(June 13, Fully Booked Alabang, 1-5pm)
(June 28, Hey Kessy in Katipunan, 1-5pm)

This is a 4-hour class created for those who will be using watercolor for the first time.  It’s also meant for those who want to explore lettering with the use of a brush.  The workshop will be covering the following topics:

1. Watercolor Washes
2. Expanding your Palette
3. Introduction to Brush Lettering
4. Guided Project Making

The workshop fee is inclusive of food & the following materials:

Watercolor Worksheets
Lettering Worksheets
2 Round Brushes
1 Pencil
1 Eraser
1 8-color Prang Set (Those who will be bringing their own set can deduct Php 200.00 from the workshop fee).
1 Googly Gooey Tote Bag

Workshop Fee: Php 2,600.00

If you’d like to read more about the previous watercolor & lettering workshops, click here. 🙂

Digitize your Lettering Workshop

Digitizing Workshop
(June 14, Fully Booked BGC, 1-5pm)
If you’re looking for an opportunity to convert and manipulate your hand-lettered and hand drawn doodles, this is the class for you.  Why digitize?  Digitizing is meant for any design that needs to be prepared for printing.  Wouldn’t it be awesome if you had a copy of your hand-lettered work which you can stretch infinitely without pixelating?  Wouldn’t be nice if you could finally incorporate your watercolor backgrounds into your digital works?

I’m no longer working on invites but I’ll be sharing with you how these invites were made from digitized hand drawn works:
Floral Wedding Invites

The digitizing class will be covering the following topics:
1. Introduction to Digitizing
2. 4 Ways of Digitizing with Adobe Photoshop / Adobe Illustrator
3. Digitizing Exercises
4. Guided Project-Making

Participants are required to bring their own fully charged Windows / Mac laptops with the following programs installed:
1. Adobe Photoshop
2. Adobe Illustrator

No prior knowledge of both softwares is required.  For those who are having qualms about dabbling with Illustrator, knowledge of Microsoft Powerpoint is already a good starting point.  To make the most out of the workshop, although not reaquired, participants are also encourage to bring elements / pre-scanned elements (e.g. watercolor backgrounds, hand-lettered work) or any digital project they’d like to work on.

Workshop Fee: Php 3,500.00

Below are sets of baby shower & wedding invites that made use of hand-painted backgrounds and digitized handwritten text:

Baby Shower & Wedding Invitation
I guess, this workshop is closest to my heart since the Googly Gooey elements and dialogues are all hand drawn, hand-lettered & digitized as well.


See you in one of the classes and I guess, save for the actual blogging, taking photos, some silly dancing & singing (in the bathroom), this is pretty much all the stuff that I do! 🙂

Sign up for one of the classes by filling up this form.  Please note that for you to be able to fully claim your slot, you have to be able to make a deposit within three working days upon receiving the reservation procedure through e-mail.  I will also be contacting you through SMS.

P.S. To those who are interested in attending a workshop in Cebu &/or Singapore, kindly fill up the form so we can contact you once we have the final details. 🙂

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8 years ago

I really need to learn to do this. I have so much art work, but I have no idea how to make it pretty and get it online to look nice. I just want to use my art too.

Mikaela Imbong
Mikaela Imbong
8 years ago

YAYY! 😀 More workshops to look forward to this 2016! 🙂 😉

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