If you love lettering – whether it’s on paper or an iPad, you’re probably familiar with how powerful your lettering becomes when it’s vectorized. Vectorization allows your lettering to be infinitely rescaled without losing quality. This means it can be put on anything, at any size and look as great as the day it was drawn. Since it’s a digital copy, it can exist for forever without fear of it being buried in past stacks of lettering experiments, too. It’s also a crucial step in creating open type fonts!
In this week’s video, I’m sharing my favorite, most reliable Illustrator trace settings when it comes to vectorizing lettering. These are the settings I use every time I vectorize to keep as much original quality as possible. Read on for it all!
One of my most viewed tutorials on YouTube is how to create seamless patterns in Illustrator (though you should be using the pattern tool in <a href="https://every-tuesday.com/how-to-use-the-pattern-tool-in-adobe-illustrator/"
With Mother's Day right around the corner, this week, we're DIY'ing a hand lettered watercolor Mother's Day card! My mom's birthday is actually on Mother's Day this year, so I
You may have seen this style of lettering floating around instagram and created in Procreate on an iPad. In this week's tutorial, I share how to create the same effect,