Vectoring Process Using Adobe Illustrator | Week 3 Drawing School Supplies
This week I’m going to take you on the vectoring process using Adobe Illustrator. This is my week 3 drawing school supplies series. If you missed the other videos, click here for week 1 and here for week 2.
As always there are 100 ways to do something. This is simply the process I prefer to use when vectoring. I don’t like Affinity Designer on the iPad. I’ve been using Adobe Illustrator on a Mac for over 20 years. It’s my go-to, most comfortable method for vectoring.
Yes, image trace has its place in vectoring. But nothing beats the good ‘ol pen tool!
Tools I Use in Vectoring
- iMac 5K Retina Computer
- Wacom Intuos Pen* (I do have a Cintiq but I put it away as I don’t have room for it right now with filming equipment, too).
- Adobe Illustrator CC
Watch My Vectoring Process Using Adobe Illustrator
Want a MORE In Depth Illustrator Vectoring and Drawing Process?
Stay tuned! I have plans for a workshop that will go into Illustrator deeper and help you learn the program and the process in a slower way. Plus workshops are great ways to give you more information I could ever give in 10 minutes!
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