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Geometric Illustration: Drawing Your Favorite Foods

Mikey Burton, Designy Illustrator

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11 Videos (59m)
    • Introduction

    • Concepting

    • Sketching

    • Illustrating Eggs & Toast

    • Illustrating Bacon

    • Illustrating Knife & Fork

    • Illustrating Little Icons

    • Playing with Color

    • Adding Type

    • Adding Texture & Finishing Touches

    • Conclusion


About This Class

Craving inspiration for your next Adobe Illustrator project? Want to learn how to illustrate your favorite foods in a geometric style? This fun, hands-on 60-minute class with "designy illustrator" Mikey Burton offers food for thought that will surely kickstart your creativity.

Mikey walks you through his technical process of geometric illustration and his signature digital-meets-physical textured style, with an easy-to-do creative prompt: draw what you ate. 

Whether you’re creating an editorial illustration, restaurant poster, icon set, or simply keeping tabs on your diet in a fun and visual way, this class will inspire you to put pen to paper, crack open Illustrator or Photoshop, and design something delicious that you’re proud to share.

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316 of 316 students recommendSee All

Likable and encouraging teacher. I learned many illustration (the AI program too) tips and shortcuts from his demonstration. Thank you for sharing.
With an intermediate knowledge of Adobe Illustrator, this is a very straight-forward process tutorial for both designers and non-designers, illustrators and non-illustrators. It also has a lot of applicable promise outside of the constructed lesson context.
This is a fast paced class and is very difficult to follow if you can't afford a copy of Adobe Illustrator, as Mikey uses a lot of very Illustrator-specific tools and short cuts. However I did pick up a few new ideas about illustration styles so it was worth taking anyway.