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Illustrating Vision: Creating Vectorized Graphics for Screen Printing

by Connect-Time in on January 23, 2021


The purpose of this class is to provide you with a framework for delivering meaningful illustrations to your clients that effectively communicate their vision. We’ll be working through one of my most common jobs, creating a hand-drawn vectorized graphic. Often these graphics are used to create a logo or t-shirt design. I’ll show you my process from when I first meet with a client to hear their vision all the way through to presenting them with a finished vectorized graphic. You’ll see my entire workflow:

– Understanding vision in order to express it.

– Sketching drafts and finding the “aha” moment.

– Inking your illustration.

– Importing into Procreate.

– Digitally inking and vectorizing your illustration.

– Draft presentation, mockups in Photoshop, and revisions.

– Finalizing your graphic.

– Sharing how your work expresses the vision.

From the vision example presented in the class you’ll be creating your own unique hand-drawn vectorized graphic. * A basic understanding of Procreate and Adobe Illustrator is required.

[  ] Tasks:

  1. Develop sketched drafts that express the core values of the vision presented.
  2. Ink the illustration that you feel best expresses the vision..
  3. Convert your illustration into a vectorized graphic and present it as a logo or print graphic.

[  ] Tools:

  • Mixed media paper.
  • Pencil and eraser.
  • Art pens. Ideally, technical pens and brush pens.
  • Pinterest.
  • Additor.
  • iPad Pro and Apple Pencil.
  • Scanner. (optional)
  • Procreate.
  • Adobe Illustrator.
  • Adobe Photoshop.
  • Google Drive.

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  • Released

    January 23, 2021

  • Last Updated

    January 23, 2021