Our Magnificent January 2017: Create January Planner Pages using Adobe Illustrator | Annette Francine | Skillshare

Our Magnificent January 2017: Create January Planner Pages using Adobe Illustrator

Annette Francine, Embrace + Express Creativity

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10 Videos (41m)
    • 1: Introduction

      1:25
    • 2: Overview

      0:42
    • 3: Function

      0:47
    • 4: Feel

      0:42
    • 5: Layout

      1:10
    • 6: Embellishments

      1:08
    • 7: Preparation + Example

      2:56
    • 8: How to Vectorize Your Handwriting

      3:59
    • 9: Creating the Planner Pages

      25:43
    • 10: Final Result + Thank You

      2:39

About This Class

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Let’s make the first month of the New Year magnificent! In this new class, I’ll show you the process I used to create January planner sheets using Adobe Illustrator.

 

We’ll consider how function and feelings influence the layout of our planner pages, and then add embellishments as necessary. I’ve included handouts to help you prepare for the step-by-step process.

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When downloading resources, just be certain to review license/usage rights for each download. The worksheet and planner sheets I provide above are for personal use only.

 

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Annette Francine

Embrace + Express Creativity

 

Hello! I’m Annette Francine, an artist from the midwestern region of the United States. I am a huge proponent of embracing and expressing creativity - in whatever form suits you best.

 

When creating classes, I have beginners and those returning to an art practice in mind. Whether you would like to complete an art project or develop surface pattern design skills, I believe that the process is as important as the outcome. 

 

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