Digitize Your Own Calligraphy: From Logo to Letterpress Premium class
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Intro: Lets Get Started!1:46
Project: Brand Yourself0:51
The Foundation: Necessary Tools for the Trade0:58
The Foundations: Pen to Paper3:58
Let’s get digital: Photoshop the Sh*t Out of It1:34
Let’s get digital: Vector Time8:50
Prepping for Print: Pantones, Foils, and Papers3:58
Prepping for Print: Digital File Ready for Press3:47
Outro: Finishing Touches1:42
About This Class
Learn with designer Belinda Love Lee as she brings you through her step by step process of experimenting with calligraphy then digitizing it to make it even more versatile and ready for letterpress! The purpose for this class is to make the computer and letterpress process a little less intimidating for ones that aren’t so familiar with their way around it. This is for anyone who's looking to step their game up in terms of calligraphy, or for the digital geeks out there, to get back in touch with their physical hand!
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just enough info to not overwhelm you and introduce you to things yo may want to further investigate
Belinda did such a good job at explaining all of the basics of vectorizing calligraphy that was easy to follow, even for a newbie to photoshop and illustrator like me :) Thanks, Belinda!
Hi there! My name's Belinda Love Lee and I run a petite design and illustration studio, based in Cardiff, UK. Working with clients all around the world, I mainly specializing in branding, hand lettering and illustrations. A day to day work schedule looks like a bunch of hand lettering, drawing illustrations then bringing them on to the computer to give it the final oomph!
What I love most about my job, is that I get to help others get closer to achieving their dreams. It's a privilege that I wake up in the morning excited for work today, and go to bed anticipating the next creative project for tomorrow.
When I'm not doing my hobby (which I'm blessed to say is work) you'll find me spending time with loved ones, travelling (23 and counting!), or getting lost in dark hole of [email protected]. See my work over at belindalovelee.com