background preloader

Erik Marinovich is making a new website.

Erik Marinovich is making a new website.

Studio Tonne — Design, Illustration, Interaction Inbox Telenet Webmail Vergeten? Vergeten? Meer weten over Telenet Webmail? © Telenet 2014 - Juridische informatie - Privacy - Tariefinfo en algemene voorwaarden Valt jouw partner ook altijd in slaap voor tv? Doe mee > Looking s2Play More, je bent als eerste mee met de beste tv Meer info > tom kennedy design blog Letterform Archive Bureau Bruneau Self-initiated typography experiment where I used an old train set, found in my grandmother's basement as the basis for creating letters. How to digitize your hand lettering using Illustrator's Image Trace | Hello Brio Studio 0:03 Today I'm going to show you how to vectorize your hand lettering from paper to digital using the image trace in Illustrator 0:10 I'm going to use my Tombow Dual Brush Pen to write some letters. 0:37 I've gone ahead and texted myself this photo. I'm going to take it from Messages and drag it into Photoshop. 0:42 From here we need to adjust the levels of the picture so the blackest part of the text is black and then the background is really white. 0:49 If you hit Command+L you're going to bring up the levels palette. 1:04 Hit the lasso tool (L) and select the most important part of the picture. 1:24 Hit Command+C to copy. 1:34 Hit Command+V to paste. 1:40 Because the artboard is actually smaller than the file, what I'm going to do is hit Command+Shift+H to hide the artboard. 1:49 Open your Image Trace Palette. 2:00 You want to start with a preset that's going to give you black and white because that's what you're working with. 5:44 Hit Command+0 to view all your artwork.

Alex Renfrew Design The Drop Defected Further Four Bixon SNBTS Annual Report Vision Ramps Loop Selected Logo work Unfamiliar Blu Tack Typeverything Vanessa Saba | Portfolio Illustrator’s Pen Tool: The Comprehensive Guide If you use Adobe Illustrator, then it's almost certain that you use the Pen Tool when creating your paths. This comprehensive guide aims to introduce or remind you of features, shortcuts, and methods for working with what is arguably Adobe's most essential tool. 1. Functions Pen Tool (P) Click on artboard to create paths with straight segments, click and drag to create paths with Bezier curves. Add Anchor Point Tool (+) Click on a path segment to add anchor points. Delete Anchor Point Tool (-) Click on anchor point to remove from path. Convert Anchor Point (Shift + C) Click on an anchor point and drag to create bezier handles where there were none, click on an anchor point with handles to a remove them. Scissors Tool (C) Not part of the Pen Tool group, but definitely associated with it. 2. Select Pen Tool (P)Select Add Anchor Point Tool (+)Select Delete Anchor Point Tool (-)Select Convert Anchor Point Tool (Shift + C)Select Scissors Tool (C) 3. (Caps Lock to toggle between pointer and cross hair)

kontakt :