Hack your hand lettering: Digitize, tweak, and print imperfect hand lettering work

Carolyn Haines, Design + Lettering + Music

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10 Videos (1h 5m)
    • Intro

      2:06
    • Tools

      3:35
    • Lesson 1: Creating Guides on Paper

      4:00
    • Creating Guides with iPad & Procreate

      5:31
    • Lesson 2: Creating Iterations on Paper

      10:22
    • Creating Iterations with iPad & Procreate

      5:50
    • Lesson 3: Photoshop

      7:00
    • Conclusion

      1:48
    • Lesson 4: Illustrator

      19:41
    • Lesson 7 Finalize

      4:49

About This Class

If you’re not quite an experienced hand-lettering artist, it may be difficult, time-consuming, and frustrating to get just the right layout and execution of a hand-lettered piece on paper. Don’t give up!

I’m Carolyn from Loud River Creative, and I will take you through the workflow I use to digitally put together final lettering prints when the pieces aren’t quite perfect. You will learn how to combine the best bits of your hand-lettered work from paper or tablet and bring them into the computer to correct imperfections and create a final printable piece. You will be creating a vector version of your art (we’ll start by lettering your name) that can be printed at any size, in any color. Some basic experience with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator is beneficial, since those are the tools we will be using in class.

If you’re an artist, designer, or hobbyist looking for ways to tweak and digitize your hand-lettering or calligraphy, this class is for you!

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Carolyn Haines

Design + Lettering + Music

Carolyn Haines is a designer, artist and musician. She is hell-bent on making a creative living by living a creative life.

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