Digitize Your Own Calligraphy: From Logo to Letterpress

Belinda Love Lee, Designer & Letterer, making pretty lil' thangs!

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9 Lessons (27m)
    • 1. Intro: Lets Get Started!

      1:46
    • 2. Project: Brand Yourself

      0:51
    • 3. The Foundation: Necessary Tools for the Trade

      0:58
    • 4. The Foundations: Pen to Paper

      3:58
    • 5. Let’s get digital: Photoshop the Sh*t Out of It

      1:34
    • 6. Let’s get digital: Vector Time

      8:50
    • 7. Prepping for Print: Pantones, Foils, and Papers

      3:58
    • 8. Prepping for Print: Digital File Ready for Press

      3:47
    • 9. Outro: Finishing Touches

      1:42
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197 of 204 students recommend this class
Jenafer Deretti

Calligrapher | Designer | Watercolorist

This was great, thanks so much!
I enjoyed the class, however I feel like you kind of left us hanging after creating the logo. You never showed us how to export the image, how to make sure the background is transparent, or how to change the color of the logo. I was able to figure out the first two things, but when I try to change the color, my logo is grayscale and I don't know why. However, the information you gave on printing was very good and gave me some ideas, as I've never dealt with paper products before.