Vectorizing your Illustrations and Lettering in Adobe Illustrator

Samantha Wilson, Illustrator & Fiber Artist

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9 Lessons (32m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:06
    • 2. Project + materials

      2:06
    • 3. Rastered Vs. Vectored

      2:56
    • 4. Prepping Black and White Lettering & Designs - Part 1

      1:59
    • 5. Prepping Black and White Lettering & Designs - Part 2

      2:10
    • 6. Vectorizing a Black & White Design in Adobe Illustrator

      3:53
    • 7. Procreate Design to Adobe Illustrator

      8:13
    • 8. Vectorizing Directly on your iPad

      8:06
    • 9. Thank you!

      0:35

About This Class

Wondering how to make your illustrations and hand lettered designs into digital pieces? Well, let's fix that with my newest class on Vectorizing your Illustrations and Lettering in Adobe Illustrator! I will take you step by step on how I take my creations and vectorize them to maximize their usage. 

For my iPad users - I show you some bonus videos, walking you through turning your Procreate creations into vectors and how to vectorize directly on your iPad!

Class Materials:

  • a illustration or lettering piece you'd like to vectorize
  • a camera or smartphone
  • photo editing app (I use a Color Story)
  • Adobe Illustrator

The vector ‘Graphic’ class I had mentioned in the class is linked below. There are 4 of the them that I walk and teach you the entire program in! 

Graphic 101 - LINK
Graphic 102 - LINK
Graphic 103 - LINK
Graphic 104 - LINK
Remove your Artwork’s Background - LINK