Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
This tutorial shows you how to make good use of the pen tool :)
Have you ever found yourself in the situation where you need to take a poor-quality scan of a logo and make it into something scaleable and clean? Sure, you could recreate the logo from the ground up, but that’s time-consuming and labour-intensive. What I’m going to present here is a technique you can use to tidy up a noisy logo and make it into a vector graphic using Adobe Illustrator, quickly and effectively.
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Embed: ZIO Producer Matthew Hendershot demonstrates Illustrator CS4's new Blob Brush, a powerful and versatile tool for vector painting that allows users to paint closed shapes that merge automatically with shapes of the same color and style.
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