Happy Tuesday! I thought I’d add a more advanced tutorial to the mix since we’ve really laid all the foundation in earlier tutorials. Plus, this one’s really fun and with just a few quick steps, you end up with a pretty cool outcome. In this week’s video, we’ll add vector dimension to typography by taking some hand lettering created with the Wacom tablet (like in this or this tutorial), and we’ll add vector gradients to simulate shadows to bring in that vector dimension. The end result is a 3d looking piece of your own typography, plus you can use the same technique for any kind of artwork, not just typography – think logos, patterns, icons and illustrations! Let’s get started!

How to Add Vector Dimension to Typography

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  • I really enjoy your tutorials on youtube, Teela! 🙂

  • This is so cool. Thanks for this tutorial!

  • by far one of my most fave blogs. you are killing it! Wondering if you were going to do a Skillshare class on creating prints to sell. your style of teaching is one of the best I have encountered. thanks so much!!

  • Thank you Teela! Really appreciate these, I am learning a lot & feel inspired!

  • Thank you Teela!! Your blog has really inspired me to advance my typography skills! I think it would look even better with a shadow on the middle bend of the E!

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