Hand Lettering: Design a Poster from Sketch To Vector | Jeremy Mura | Skillshare

Hand Lettering: Design a Poster from Sketch To Vector

Jeremy Mura, Designer x Illustrator from Sydney

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6 Lessons (32m)
    • 1. Intro

      0:45
    • 2. Inspiration + Sketching

      3:21
    • 3. Inking Layout

      1:51
    • 4. Vectorizing Lettering

      13:44
    • 5. Adding Detail

      10:20
    • 6. Create Poster Mockup

      2:24

About This Class

Learn how to create a super simple poster using a pencil and some hand lettered words!. I show you how to use turn a sketch into a vector so you can have a cool poster for christmas.

  • Hand lettering made easy
  • Turn a sketch into vector
  • Make your letters stand out
  • Use a mockup to make it look great

All you need is Adobe Illustrator cs5, cs6 or CC (Free Trial)) and adobe Photoshop (Free Trial).

Students of all skill levels are welcome in this class!

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Jeremy Mura

Designer x Illustrator from Sydney

About Jeremy

Jeremy Mura is a graphic designer, illustrator and content creator from Sydney, Australia. After graduating with a degree in graphic design, he worked with local design studios on corporate branding and design for big brands such as Kellogg's, Aldi, Yahoo 7 and AMEX. 

He teaches what he's learnt on his journey of being a designer freelancing as well as working in-house as a designer for over 4 years. He helps younger designers learn the f...

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