Vector Illustration: From Pencil Sketch to Bold Digital Style Premium class
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About This Class
(For beginners to intermediate.) This tutorial is about how to create a very bold vector illustration from your own pencil sketches. You will see how you can transform your own drawing into a dynamic digital composition illustration that can be applied to various medias. Using the tips and tricks in this video, you can learn how to master this technique and bring your illustrations to life.
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Very to the point tutorial from sketch to tracing to time saving techniques in filing in color and designs. Definitely had helpful tools and tricks to make illustrations pop! Loved it!
This was an interesting class that helped me look at my approach to illustration in a different, refreshing way. Recommended for anyone who's interested in experimenting with bold graphic style and color. :)
Devoted to pixels! (｡♥‿♥｡)ﾉ♡❤”
Junichi Tsuneoka was born and raised in Japan and, upon graduating Waseda University in Tokyo, arrived in the US at the end of the 20th Century. Being a graphic designer at Modern Dog Design Co. for six years really made a great impact on Junichi’s design career. Because of that experience, Junichi established a style often recognized as “California Roll Stylie,” the result of both a visual and conceptual fusion of Japanese pop culture and American urban culture. He founded STUDIO STUBBORN SIDEBURN to broaden his visual communication and to employ his visual language in art, illustration, and design. Junichi’s pieces possess highly communicative, assertive graphics, and contain clear signs pointing back to his strong design background.
The past clients include: Nike, adidas, Brooks, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo!, Publicis, 686 clothing, Complex magazine, Budweiser, House of Blues, Creature, Seattle Best Coffee, IDW publishing, National Geographics and many others. Junichi was recently commissioned to install art pieces for Wing Luke Museum in Seattle.