Geometric Illustration: Drawing Your Favorite Foods Premium class
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Illustrating Eggs & Toast8:51
Illustrating Knife & Fork5:00
Illustrating Little Icons2:53
Playing with Color7:38
Adding Texture & Finishing Touches10:15
About This Class
Craving inspiration for your next Adobe Illustrator project? Want to learn how to illustrate your favorite foods in a geometric style? This fun, hands-on 60-minute class with "designy illustrator" Mikey Burton offers food for thought that will surely kickstart your creativity.
Mikey walks you through his technical process of geometric illustration and his signature digital-meets-physical textured style, with an easy-to-do creative prompt: draw what you ate.
Whether you’re creating an editorial illustration, restaurant poster, icon set, or simply keeping tabs on your diet in a fun and visual way, this class will inspire you to put pen to paper, crack open Illustrator or Photoshop, and design something delicious that you’re proud to share.
Eager to see more from Mikey Burton? Learn how to draw idioms the "designy" way in his editorial illustration class.
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Inspiring content and designer. Mikey is crazy talented, modest and very charismatic. Fun to watch and holds no secrets back. Loved this tutorial.
Mikey Burton is a part time designer and a part time illustrator—which adds up to a full time Designy Illustrator. He’s been working professionally for over 12 years now, but claims to be ‘still figuring it out.’ He’s done a lot of work in that time for clients such as Converse, ESPN, Target, The New York Times, Time Magazine, and Esquire, among others. He has won awards from organizations such as the Art Directors Club, Communication Arts and Print Magazine to name a few, and enjoys bragging about it in the third person. He spent his formative years and earned a masters degree from the great Kent State University in Ohio. Burton now works and lives in Brooklyn, NY where he pays way too much for coffee.