Develop a Custom Logotype: Tweaking Existing Typefaces | Scott Biersack | Skillshare

Develop a Custom Logotype: Tweaking Existing Typefaces

Scott Biersack, Illustration, Graphic Design, & Type Design

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    • Trailer / Intro

      1:18
    • Project Description / Supplies

      0:52
    • Surfing the Web / Watching Netflix

      3:43
    • Concepting Within Illustrator

      9:31
    • Illustrator Techniques

      8:39
    • Understanding Type Pairing

      4:03
    • Creating Secondary Brand Elements

      4:45
    • Packaging Process

      3:15
    • Present Your Creation

      3:18
    • Thank You!

      0:48
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Watch an in-depth process of how illustrator & designer Scott Biersack works with existing typefaces to create a custom and unique logotype. We’ll discuss the ins and outs of Adobe Illustrator techniques to create shadows, inlines, beveled letterforms, altering baselines, textures and more. Additionally, we’ll understand how to select and pair your logotype with a secondary typeface. Finally, we shall discuss the creation of secondary brand elements to put to use across various brand materials.

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Scott Biersack

Illustration, Graphic Design, & Type Design

I'm a guy just doing what he loves. Continuously pushing myself and my comfort zone to follow my passion, inspire others, and never stop learning.

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