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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Holly McCaig is a 20 year veteran of the design world. With her mark being made in scrapbooking and photography, Holly now educates eager artists how to do lettering in procreate on the iPad Pro. She resides in Denver, Colorado with her two dogs, Lola and Daisy.