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   Books / Video Training : Vector Illustration: Using Creative Constraints to Find Your Style
Vector Illustration: Using Creative Constraints to Find Your Style
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 7 Lessons (36m) | Size: 333 MB

Join Rick in a thoughtful, fun class about the power of limitations - whether your own (Rick can't draw shoes) or the ones you impose (like a limited color palette)!

You'll start by sketching what's around you, learn to use the Dynamic Sketch plugin to draw more naturally in Adobe Illustrator, and finish off your piece with vibrant colors. While Dynamic Sketch has changed Rick's workflow for the better, you don't need to use it - whether you decide to try it or not, you'll work alongside Rick to create a bold, vibrant vector illustration you can be proud of.

In this step-by-step class, you'll learn how to:

Develop a strong, balanced composition

Use Dynamic Sketch, an Adobe Illustrator plugin

Create a bold, limited color palette that works for you

Explore your creativity by playing with color and shape

Creative folks of all skill levels are welcome to join in with Rick to create a beautiful illustration you can print and hang or give as a gift - and learn a whole new set of tools to add to your creative arsenal!

This class is open to all levels, though some experience with Adobe Illustrator is suggested to make it easier to follow along. Familiarity with plugins is also helpful, as Rick uses Dynamic Sketch for his own illustrations and demonstrates it throughout.





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