Digital Drawing

Drawing in a Diary: A Beginner’s Guide to Digital Drawing

By Bodam

$161.00 $189.00
35 lessons
Running time
9h 23m
By Creator
List: $189
(15% Off)

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1. Learn at your own pace in this 20-week online course.
Artistic guidance & feedback from the artist herself.
3. Engaged & supportive community of peers to exchange feedback.
4. English subtitles (Original audio in Korean).

5. Enroll now to start learning right away!

See for yourself to the improvements our classmates have made in this course!
373 students enrolled and 97% said they were satisfied with this course.

I fixed your shoulder after your feedback! Is it okay? I finished the illustration with my favorite props. I have a question. I want to draw a white flower on a bright background, but I can't see it. Should I put a line on the edge? 🤨

-by Areum

I wanted to eat octopus pasta while I was looking at pictures of my trip to Jeju. It's hard to draw a rattan basket, garlic bread, and palm trees. When I was drawing alone, I felt that I should try again after listening to the lesson. 😂

-by Biya

I didn't realize the time was passing. At first, I randomly colored it and started to change it to a color that I like more, and I like the result. Thank you.❤️

-by Juyeong Kim

Draw what you love on your iPad

We call it digital drawing to look at your favorite things with a gentle gaze and to move those warm thoughts into an image on your iPad, but you can make it feel as though you’re working with a colored pencil or crayon. Together, we’ll put together your favorite colors and complete your illustration.

I love everything related to the seasons; people and their fashion, small items, plants, flowers, desserts. So, in my class, you will be able to take time to draw the people you love, including yourself, and the little things you like. Anything that catches your gaze!

Draw for yourself

These days, I upload a lot of pictures on Instagram of illustrations I created using the iPad. I like to order my favorite desserts in a cafe and draw them. On the days you like how you look, or do something special or fun, put it in an illustration. The time you use to paint is completely yours, and through that time, your life gets enriched.

Learn to draw an iPad with textures that look like they’re on paper!

Through the class, I will start with one-dimensional drawings and then teach you to add depth using contrast, and we'll use an iPad, but it’ll feel like you’re using a colored pencil or crayon to draw small illustrations that look like you're drawing on paper. Learn how to use colors and how to draw step by step.

Draw what you love, anywhere.

Digital drawing with Bodam.

Step 01 : Digital Drawing with an Analog Feel

You can use the iPad to create illustrations with a hand-drawn feel. Learn how to use the different brushes to recreate the same feeling as an illustration drawn on paper.

Step 02 : Drawing Your Favorite Objects

There’s no point to art if you can’t draw what you want. I’ll show you how to draw any object you want, and we’ll practice by drawing bread, desserts, fashion, and more.

Step 03 : Drawings Based on Seasons

We’ll focus on drawing objects that you think of during each season. I’ll help you arrange your canvas, add details, and use color schemes to help fill your page with drawings.

Step 04 : Drawing as a diary

Drawing is a great way to keep a record of your days. I’ll show you how you can capture the special moments of your day by teaching you to draw yourself and the small things you encounter every day.

Welcome to Bodam’s Digital Drawing Class

  1. Meet Bodam: Illustrator, artist, and your instructor
  2. Introducing the class: Drawing simple and elegant drawings on the iPad
  3. An introduction to the iPad and Procreate
  4. Using the Split View mode on the iPad
  5. A guide to Procreate ver5

01. The Basics of Procreate

  1. Discovering the various tools of Procreate - Layers, colors, and more
  2. Exploring the brushes that give an analog feel
  3. Drawing lines, using texture brushes, and controlling gradients with pressure

02. Observing and Sketching Objects

  1. Observing objects and planning your sketches
  2. Sketching savory and delicious bread
  3. Sketching various plants

03. Coloring Your Favorite Props

  1. Drawing savory and delicious bread
  2. Drawing various plants
  3. Drawing sweet desserts
  4. Drawing your own fashion props

04. A Nostalgic Spring Drawing

  1. Sketching spring plants
  2. Artfully arranging your illustration
  3. Coloring the large objects first
  4. Coloring the rest of the objects with matching colors

05. An Aromatic Summer Drawing

  1. Sketching summer objects
  2. Artfully arranging your illustration
  3. Coloring the large objects first
  4. Coloring the rest of the objects with matching colors

06. A Fresh Autumn Drawing

  1. Sketching fall objects
  2. Coloring the large objects first
  3. Coloring the rest of the objects with matching colors

07. A Warm Winter Drawing

  1. Sketching winter objects
  2. Coloring the large objects first
  3. Coloring the rest of the objects with matching colors

08. Drawing Your Daily Self

  1. Figuring out your body proportions and sketching
  2. Adding clothes and coloring
  3. Adding objects to finish your drawing diary entry

09. Creating a Wallpaper

  1. Creating a wallpaper with your self portrait
  2. Creating a wallpaper that suits the season

Outro: Congratulations on Finishing the Class!

In closing: Bodam’s parting thoughts!

Artist Bodam


Hello, I’m Bodam, an artist who creates illustrations and your instructor.

I also work on webtoons and illustrations.

I wrote the Daum webtoon “Rooftop Bread" and wrote and drew the picture essay “I'm going to rest for a bit". Besides that, I also work on published illustrations and various other works.


  • People who want to capture special moments in illustrations but don’t know where to start
  • People who have started drawing, but have hit a setback in their growth
  • People who wanted to draw things they like
  • People who want to learn a new, enriching hobby

Duration of the course

You can access the class videos for 20 weeks. Within that period, you can replay the videos in as many devices as you want.

Installment Payment

Quadpay is available for the payment! Your order will be split into 4 installments paid over 6 weeks! To find out more, please visit Quadpay.

Class Preparation (iPad)

Also, you need an Apple Pencil to take the class. iPad Air, iPad, iPad Pro all works! Do not forget about downloading the 'Procreate' app as well.

Class access

We will send you an email with a webpage link and a personalized code to access the videos within 24 hours of purchase. Please check your inbox or spam!


Q. I’ve never taken an art class. Will I be able to follow along?

A. Of course. If you look at your favorite things with a gentle gaze and fill them in with your favorite colors, you will enjoy the moment of drawing, regardless of whether you are good at it or not. Then in time, it will become your hobby and you can create special moments.

Q. How do I apply what I’ve learned in class?

A. After taking the class, you can draw various things such as basic objects and plants. You can draw in a cafe or at home and make your own drawing diary, wallpaper, postcard, calendar, etc.

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