Our Colour & Digitisation Workshop is hosted by design educator and SURFACE 1°22 founder Emily Wills.
This one day short course delves into the world of colour and digitisation. We’ll look at the relationship between hand and digital colourisation, while sharing information of how to use Adobe Photoshop to recolour hand rendered artwork for digital print. We’ll look at colour theory, colour trends and colour relationships as a basis for technical exploration.
We embrace low-tech techniques and use apps where possible to share hints, tips and tricks for those not familiar with Adobe Photoshop. We’ll walk you through a variety of processes to help you better understand which ways of working with colour will be most effective with your technical skill set.
While this class is ideal for printed textile or surface pattern designers wanting to learn skills and techniques, this is a fantastic intro class for artists and photographers looking at product diversification and commercialisation.
- All art making materials
- Inspiration books, images and colour guides
- Refreshments, tea & coffee
What you need to provide?
- A smartphone or tablet
- A laptop with Adobe Photoshop CS5, CS6 or CC
Please note that our Carlton home studio is on the fourth floor and this property does not have a lift, this may not be appropriate for individuals with limited mobility.
If this workshop sounds like a hoot, but you are not available on the 4th August – please get in contact with us regarding future workshops.
Alternatively, if you’ve got a larger or more select group – Emily can run a Private Workshop at a location of your choice, or on a day of your preference.