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Como personalizar ícones de redes sociais com um clique de botão: estilos gráficos no Adobe Illustra

teacher avatar Kyle Aaron Parson, Graphic Designer and Illustrator

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    • 1.

      Apresentação do curso

      2:12

    • 2.

      Configurando seu documento

      1:35

    • 3.

      Efeito de botão lustroso

      14:28

    • 4.

      Estilo retrô

      10:15

    • 5.

      Efeito de brilho neon

      8:32

    • 6.

      Obrigada!

      1:02

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Dar vida ao seu estilo nunca foi tão fácil com o painel de estilos gráficos no Adobe Illustrator. Neste curso, vamos tomar alguns ícones de planície chato e torná-los destacados para que não sejam desperdiçados. Você será guiado em como criar uma variedade de designs de um efeito de botão brilhante, um estilo retro e até um neon de brilho de um neon de brilho No final você terá uma boa fundação para criar um ícone personalizado para projetos futuros.

O que você vai aprender:

  • Crie suas formas no painel de aparência
  • Efeitos criativos para estilizar seu conjunto de ícones
  • Como criar estilos gráficos
  • Crie um preenchimento de listrado usando o painel Gradiente

Estilos gráficos são uma ferramenta versátil, que não só vai ajudar você a criar um conjunto personalizado de ícones, mas você terá a capacidade de criar um estilo coeso em todos os projetos. Como usar o painel de aparência, você será mais eficiente em seu fluxo de trabalho ilustrador aumente sua produtividade geral.

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1. Class Intro: Social media icons are everywhere these days. They are an essential part of business in our society. However, with everybody using the same plain icons, how can you set yourself apart? You can do this by giving your icons your own personal touch, by using graphic styles in Adobe Illustrator. [MUSIC] Hey guys, my name is Kyle Aaron Parson. I'm a graphic designer and illustrator based in Edmonton, Canada. Over the past 15 years, I've sidelined as a freelance graphic designer and illustrator. Over the course of my career, I've worked on many projects like award winning logo designs and poster designs. Adobe Illustrator has been a cornerstone of my creative practice and it's not hard to believe that I've picked up many tips and tricks that speed up my workflow immensely. Creating continuity between your brands has never been easier with the help of the appearance panel and graphic styles in Adobe Illustrator. With one click of a button, you can create a customized icon set that fits your personal style. Throughout this class I'll walk you through three different styles that you can apply to your icon set. I believe that this will give you a good foundation so that you can experiment and create something unique to you. Your project for this class is to create a custom set of social media icons in Adobe Illustrator. This class is perfect for all skill levels.If you're just jumping into Adobe Illustrator, I will walk you through step by step the process I use to create social media icons. If you're an intermediate or advanced user, you'll definitely find some helpful tips and tricks to speed up your workflow. I have provided class worksheets in the Project Panel so you can follow along step by step as we go through the class. As a bonus, there'll be a set of social media icons that you can use even after the class. If you're ready to let your icon stand out, go download the project resources,and I will see you in class. [MUSIC] 2. Setting Up Your Document: Hey guys, welcome to class. The first thing that we want to do is we want to set up our documents. So number one thing to do is download the class worksheets so that you can follow along with these. In the class worksheets, we have three different modules. We first, will start off with Glossy Button and I'll walk you through how to create this design. Then we'll go through the Retro stripe design and then finally we'll go through the cool neon glow effect. I've also added an icon set with many different social media icons that you can apply your graphic styles to. So let's just jump into the document and see what we need to set up. The first thing we need to do is open up a few windows that we'll be using in the class. The first window that I want you guys to open up is the Appearance Panel. If you can't find that, go to Window and Appearance, and then open that up. The next thing that I want you to open up is the Graphic Styles Panel because this is where we'll save our graphic style and be able to apply it to all our icon sets with a click of a button. The next thing that I want you to open up is also the Swatches Panel, because we'll use custom swatches to create gradients and stripe designs. Also, we can use the color panel and the gradient panel. In addition to those things, if there's any panel that you see me using, but you don't have it open in your document. You can always go to Window and find it here. Something maybe like the Stroke Panel. All right, after you got your document set up, let us jump over to the next class and learn how to create the cool Glossy Button effect. 3. Glossy Button Effect: All right guys. Welcome to our first module where we'll learn how to create this cool glossy button effect. The first thing you have to know is that we're going to be using the appearance panel a lot in this class. I won't go through all the details of the appearance panel, but we'll learn it one by one. If you want to know a detailed explanation about Graphic Styles and the appearance panel, I created a class called the power of graphic styles that'll walk you through exactly what a graphic style is and how you can take advantage of it to create cool dynamic text. If you want to check out that class, definitely go check out that class here on Skillshare. For this class, I won't go through all the details and specifics like that. We'll just jump right into it. The first thing that you need to know is that in the appearance panel, you can build up your shapes like the layers panel. However, it's all contained in one shape. Let me explain that very briefly for you. On this page here, you can see that there are many different Instagram icons. You would think that if I went into outline mode, you'd see so many shapes because if I build this up in the layers panel, each of those elements would be its own individual shape. However, I built this in the appearance panel. What you only see, let's check it out, is the Instagram logo. In outline mode, the only shape that is actually there, according to Adobe Illustrator, is the Instagram logo. Everything else is contained within that single shape. This is the power of the Appearance panel and graphic styles. You can build it up like the layers panel but within the one shape itself. Now we're going to jump right in here and we're going to recreate this glossy button effect. Have your appearance panel open and let's dive right in. The first thing that we're going to do is we're going to create the ellipse. How do we do that? In the appearance panel here you can see that I've applied a fill of white and no stroke to it. The next thing that I want to do is in the appearance panel, I can add a new fill, so I can have multiple fills in my single shape. I'm going to change this color to maybe a blue. That's pretty cool, but you can't really see anything there. Why? Because this fill is underneath my white fill. But if I change the location, you can see the blue fill is shown first. It works like the layers panel, which whatever is on top will be seen first, and whatever underneath will be seen second. Keep that in mind as we're building our graphic styles in Adobe Illustrator. I'll move that back underneath and the cool thing about the appearance panel is you can take one of the fields, isolate it and apply an effect only to that specific part of the shape. Let's apply that to this blue fill. Let's go to the effects, convert to shape and ellipse. The shape options come up. You can see that you have a couple of different options, you can convert it to a rectangle, a rounded rectangle, or an ellipse. We're going to use the ellipse for this example. You have two options here, you have absolute or relative. Relative will work according to the bounding box of the original shape. It'll change depending on the shape you have. Since we have many different icons with many different shapes and varieties, we don't want to use relative because it will distort it in ways that we don't want. We're going to actually click the absolute button. Now you can see it's shrunk down a bit, but we're going to change that. We're going to increase the size to 165 and 165, something like that. Now we can see we have a perfect circle around our Instagram logo. We're going to hit "Okay". The next thing that I want to do is I want to have a stroke around this circle. I'm going to add a stroke in my appearance panel and I'll give it a light blue. I'm going to give it a light blue as well, but what you can see here, it actually created the stroke around my Instagram logo, but I don't want that. If I jump into my fill and you can see I have the effect ellipse applied to it. If I hold Alt and bring it up to my stroke in my appearance panel, it'll apply that effect to my stroke, so if I increase the size, you can see that it increases. Let's change the color just for now. Instead of surrounding my Instagram logo it now took the shape of the ellipse that we created, and let's change that back to the light blue. The next thing I want to do is add a little bit of depth to this. I want to create some shadow surrounding the entire object. It's a three-dimensional shape. How do I do that? What I'm going to do is I'm going to take this ellipse or this fill and I'm going to duplicate it by duplicating selected item. Next thing that I'm going to do is I'm going to change it to white and I'm going to bring it above everything except for the stroke. Now I want to apply a effect to it. I'm going to go "Effect", Stylize, Inner Glow. Now, normally it's at the screen and it's white. But I don't want that. I want it to multiply and black. It's a little small, so I need to increase the size till about there. That's looking pretty good for me. It's giving you a little bit of depth and making it look more three-dimensional, I'm going to hit "Okay". Now what I want to do with this, is I want to go inside my fill and I can actually change the opacity properties of this specific fill. I'm going to go in and change this one to multiply. Now if I unclick, you can see that it's getting a more three-dimensional form and it's affecting everything underneath it. I want to add some dimension to my stroke as well. I'm going to increase the size just a tad, and what I'm going to do is I'm going to go into my fill and I'm going to grab that inner glow, hold Alt, and bring it up to my stroke. But that doesn't look very good so I'm going to open up that property and I'm going to shrink it down a bit until I get a little bit of that inner glow. Two points or one point, maybe two points looks the best. That's looking really cool already. The next thing that I want to do is I want to apply the cool glossy effect to it. You want to have your items selected and then you can add a new fill, and I'm going to keep it white for now, and I'm going to apply the convert to shape and ellipse. I want it absolute and sure. It can be like that. But I don't want it to be a perfect circle. I want it to be a little wider than it is narrow or high, so I'll change this to maybe 50. I'll preview that. Maybe I'll change it to 60. Review that. That might look good. I can't really tell against this. But what I can do with this field that has the ellipse of property attached to it. I can go into fx, distort, and transform and transform. Now I have the ability to move it wherever I want. I'm going to move it up here and I'm also going to rotate it slightly like that. I'm going to hit "Okay." The next thing that I want to do is I want to apply a gradient to this. I'm going to go into my swatches here and I'm just going to apply a black and white gradient. Now I can go into my gradient panel. I'll just drag this out so I can see what's happening and I wanted white and I want it to fade to white. But I want to change the opacity of one of the nodes to zero. I'll change it to a circle. Just like that. Now you can see what's happening. If I "click into this again," make sure that the stroke is affected, I can hit "G" on my keyboard and decide where this will go. Now, since we created one gradient like that, we can "click on our current gradient" and we can duplicate it. So we have another one. We can jump into the transform effect, and then we can move this one around. Let's move it to the other side and turn this one all the way around. Maybe increase the scale of it and then bring it back like that. What I'm going to do with this one is I'm going to change the opacity. I'm just going to drop it down just a little bit so it's not as harsh. That's looking pretty good. The next thing that I can do with this, is I can duplicate my first one and I'm going to give it a perfectly white fill and I'm going to change the scale. I can scale it down or you can change the ellipse and I'm going to make it perfect spot. Just going to find where the highlight should be. That looks okay to me. Now what I'm going to do is I'm going to change this property here. I think I want it to be a little harsher, so I'm going to go to inner glow. I'm going to just increase the size a bit. Just like that. You can see that we started off with a simple Instagram logo, but now we created a really cool glossy button effect. We have a couple more things to add to this to make it complete. The first thing that we're going to add is we're going to take our bottom sheet. We're going to duplicate it and we're going to give it a black fill. The next thing that we're going to do is we're going to add an effect. Go Blur, Gaussian blur. I'm going to decrease that a little bit. I'm going to hit "Okay." I'm going to apply the transform effect to it. I'm going to move it slightly down and slightly out. This will give a little bit of a shadow and increase the size a bit. Give it a little shadow on the outside. I'm going to give it a Gaussian blur, change the Gaussian blur, increase that a little bit more. That's good. I'm going to change the opacity to multiply. The last thing that we can do with this one is instead of keeping it a solid color, we can change the inner fill and we can change it to maybe some sort of gradient that's looking pretty cool. Then our blue stroke, we can change and match that to an orange. We went from a very simple shape, simple icon to a very cool button icon. But now this is where the cool part is, is we can take this that we just built and we can go into our graphic styles panel and we can add it as a new graphic styles. We have six icons at the bottom here and they are all plain. Now since we created the cool glossy button effect on one of them, and we saved it as a graphic style. Check this out. We can go into our Graphic Styles, "click our newly created graphic style," apply it, and every single one of the icons gets to the hiss applied to it. Now what's really cool is we can customize this a little bit more. Do we can "click on the Twitter icon." We can go up to this menu here, the re-color artwork and what we can do is we can play around with the color of this individual one. We can link the color harmony and we can drag the colors around the color wheel and we can instantly change the color. I know Twitter is a little more blue. That's the feel you want to get. I'm going to unlink it and I'm going to bring most of the colors into the blue tone. Bring this out of the green, like that. That's looking pretty cool. Now we can take the Snapchat and we can do the same with that. We can link the color harmonies and we can drag it around, maybe drag it the other way. Instantly change all these icons with a click of a button and customize our glossy button effect. One more, check that out. Let's unlink the colors here and let's go far out rainbow style icon. That's looking really cool. Alright guys, for this class, I don't want you to recreate the cool glossy button effect. Go into the appearance panel, check it out, play around with it, see what other effects that you can apply to these and create something new, something interesting, and post it in the project panel. All right guys, I'll see you in the next class. 4. Retro Style: Jumping right into Module 2, we're going to recreate this cool retro design. We can see our Twitter logo here. It's a very plain Twitter logo. However, we're going to spruce it up in a retro style. The first thing that we want to do is we want to create a custom color palette. We can jump into our swatches and you can see that I've already picked out a few retro color palettes that I like to use. But how you can do that is you can jump online, you can go to color.adobe.com and find some retro color palettes and you can save that into your creative Cloud library. That's exactly what I did. I searched for retro color palettes and I found a few that I liked. All I did was I right-click and I add them themes to swatches. Now I have all these color palettes in my Swatches panel, and this will be very useful as we create our retro designs. The first thing that we're going to do is we're going to go to the Appearance panel. Let's give this a fill using one of our color palettes. I'm going to use this bottom color palette here. I'll just use the basic yellow there. For this one, we're going to use a lot of strokes. We're going to open up our Strokes panel and we're going to use maybe this blue stroke. Now I'm going to increase just a little bit. I'm going to go into my Stroke panel. I'm going to open it up here. Now what we want to click on is we want to click on rounded cap and rounded corners. This just rounds off the corners so that we don't have those harsh points. We don't want those. I'm going to increase the size one one more time, and that should be good. The next thing that I want to do is it doesn't look too great because it pushes into our logo itself. We want our logo to stay the same. In our Appearance panel, we can drag our stroke underneath our fill. The fill appears first and then our stroke goes behind it. That's looking really good. After that, we want to duplicate our stroke. Now we have one stroke on top of another stroke. On our bottom stroke, what we want to do is we want to apply the distort and transform effect. We're going to apply a distort and transform effect and we're going to create multiple copies, layering them to create a cool drop shadow stripe effect. Let's see how we do that. What we can do is we can move this stroke horizontally and vertically. Now, the cool thing about this is if we push it over one pixel, it doesn't change too much right now. However, if we go down to this feature here called Copies, we can increase the amount of copies or layers that will be applied to this transformation. Let's see what that does. Let's add 10. Preview that. That's looking really cool. What that did here is if we zoom in really closely, we can see that there are multiple layers copied one on top of another. But it's a little bumpy. What we want to do, we're going to jump into that. We're going to decrease this from one point to 0.5 points, and 0.5 on the vertical as well. That smooths it out a little more and I'm going to hit "Okay". Now it created a cool little drop shadow effect to it. But I want to layer my colors one on top of another. I'm going to take this stroke that we just created with a transform effect applied to it and I'm going to duplicate that. I'm going to give it a new color. In my Color panel, let's go with the yellow color. Now I'm going to open up the transform effect in that stroke and I'm going to add 10 more copies. A total of 20 copies. You can see exactly what that did. Underneath this green stroke, it just allowed it to go 10 steps further than the green stroke, layering it and creating a cool stripe design. Let's continue doing that and build up our design. That's looking really cool. We got a cool retro stripe design going on there. The next thing that we want to do, we want to add some stripes to this. How are we going to do that? I'm going to pull out over there for now. I'm going to drag out my Gradient panel. First select our icon, then go into our panel, apply a gradient to that. It doesn't look to the great right now, but what we can do is if we have our Swatches panel open, we can take the colors from our selected swatches and apply it directly to our gradient. Let's apply our green, drag it into there. We can get rid of the white. Apply our yellow, apply our orange, apply our light red, apply our dark red, and we can drag out our black. Now, we have all our colors one after another in our Gradient panel. This doesn't look too great yet. But what we're going to do is we're going to use a gradient to create a stripe design. How do we do that? Very easy. What we need to do is we need to make multiple copies of our nodes. We're going to hold Alt and click and drag on our node to make two of them. We're going to do it with that one and with the green one. The next thing that we want to do is to create a line. We have to bud up the nodes right against each other so there's no gradation between the two and it's a nice crisp line. We're going to drag over our green and drag over our yellow until it makes a nice sharp line. To make it easier to work with, let's expand our panel. Now I'm going to drag it up just until it touches. Now you can see it's a nice sharp line on our image. Next thing, I'm going to duplicate my orange and I'm going to bud it up with the yellow right there. I'm going to duplicate my red. I'm going to bud it up with the yellow or the orange right there. I'm going to duplicate the dark red, and I'm going to bud it up with the light red right there. Now you can see that original gradient that faded into each color has now become a cool retro stripe design. Now we can hit G on our keyboard and we can control how our gradient appears on our icon. I like this cool diagonal look for these ones and something like that. The next thing that I want to do is I want to make some contrast between this line that's underneath the one that has a transform effect to it, to the one that's on top. I want all these colors to remain the same. However, I want everything that's transformed to be in a shadow. How can I do that? I'm going to duplicate the bottom stroke that has the transformation applied to it and I'm going to bring it up right underneath my top stroke. But the next thing that I'm going to do is, I'm going to give it a black fill. Instead of keeping it 100 percent opacity and normal, I'm going to change it to multiply and change it to maybe 50 or 30 percent around there. It looks like it's in shadow and there's some contrast between what's down here and what's on top. We created our retro effect. Now we want to save it as a graphic style. We can grab all our icons at the bottom and we can apply a graphic style to it. Now what we can do is we can take our Instagram icon here, and we can go into the Edit or Recolor Artwork, and we can go to the Advanced Options. Now the cool thing is that since we have specific colors applied to it, a specific color panel, I can select another retro color palette and apply it instantly to my current color palette. Let's see how that works. I can click and I can play around with all the cool, retro color palettes like that. That's looking pretty cool for Instagram. Let's change Snapchat. Lets go to Recolor Artwork. There you go. You can see how you can transform a simple icon into a really cool retro design using the transform effect, using gradients to create a cool stripe fill, and using blending modes to create a shadow effect. For this module, I just want you to try and recreate the cool retro design. I want you to use the transform effect to build up the layers and create a cool straight drop shadow effect, and then use the Gradient panel to create a cool stripe fill using a retro color palette. Guys, I'll see you in the next class. 5. Neon Glow Effect: [MUSIC] Hey, guys, welcome to the third module where we'll learn how to create this cool neon effect. Jumping right in here you can see it goes from a simple icon to a simple stroke to gradient stroke and building up until we get this cool neon effect. Let's see how that's done. Let's jump right into here. We're using the Google Plus logo or icon here and we're going to apply some features to it to create a cool neon effect. The first thing that we see here, it has a fill. But for this design, we're not going to use any fills. We're going to remove that fill by just going into it, clicking that fill, delete that fill. Now we see nothing but we want to add a stroke. We applied a stroke to it and we want to change that to white. Now you can see what's happening. Now what I want you to do is in your Stroke panel, if we open up the Stroke Panel window, "Stroke", we want to change our corners to round and our caps to round as well. This will be important as we build up our design. The next thing that I want to do is I want to keep this white fill or this white stroke because this will be the brightest point of our neon effect. Now what we're going to do is we're going to create a new fill. We're going to apply a gradient to it. I'm just going to use the orange and yellow gradient. Now, you can see nothing really happened because remember, in the Appearance Panel, whatever is on first will be seen first. Except for when we increase the size. Because wen we increase the size now we can see what's underneath and you could already see that it looks it's glowing because we have the brightest white in the center and then we have the gradient underneath. We want to apply a simple effect. Let's go and select the "Gradient Stroke". Now apply our Blur, Gaussian Blur. It's a little too much, I'm going to bring it down. For this first one, I just want it to be a little blur. Now it's already looking a little neon. The next thing that I'm going to do is I'm going to duplicate this one. With this one, I'm going to increase the size. Remember click on your "Icon", duplicate, increase the size and then I'm going to go into my Gaussian Blur and I'm going to increase the Gaussian blur just a little bit and then I'm going to duplicate this one. I'm going to go in, increase the size, increase the Gaussian Blur quite a bit more. Look at that. We went from a simple stroke to a really clean, nice neon effect. The next thing that I want to do is I want to take this last stroke, make sure we have our icon selected and then we're going to duplicate our last gradient and we're going to give it a black fill, it's not looking too great. Now, I'm going to go into this and I'm going to change the opacity to multiply and lower the opacity to maybe 62 percent. That's looking good. I'm going to apply a little effect to it. Let's apply the transform effect. I'm going to move it horizontally just a little bit and move it vertically just a little bit. This is giving a little shadow underneath and it's really making those colors pop out like it's away from the wall a little bit. That's looking pretty cool. I'm going to close all those strokes. If this is where you want to leave it, this is perfectly fine. This is awesome. It looks really cool and really clean. However, we're going to take this one step further, and I want to show you that. Have your icon selected and we're going to duplicate our first stroke. Now, we're going to use our Stroke panel to make a few adjustments to it. Before we do that, we're going to apply an effect called ''Offset Path.'' We're increasing the path by maybe two pixels. It's going to be a little further, well way maybe three, maybe five. Let's see how that is. Maybe four I think will be enough for us. I'm going to hit ''Okay.'' I'm going to decrease the size of this one a little bit because it's not going to be our main focus, it's going to be a smaller accent piece. I'm going to go into my stroke panel and I'm going to change this up a little bit. Instead of keeping a solid line, I'm going to create a dashed line. But I don't want it to be short dashes, I want to be long dashes, so I'm going to increase that to maybe 50 and then I might change this to 25. Maybe this one needs to be a little smaller. Maybe even smaller. Let's see what's happening over there, 20, 25, 22, 30. I'm just playing around with the dashes and the gaps and creating something unique. The next thing that I want to do is I played around with the dashes and the gaps of my dashed line to create variety within it. That's going to be my base effect for another neon glow. One thing that I forgot to do is in my offset path, I want to change it from miter to round and preview that and it gives it round corners so it looks a little more smooth, a little more clean. Let's move on. Now with this second one, we're going to build it up the exact same way. But for this one, I'm just going to keep it with one color. I'm going to duplicate this stroke and I'm going to change this one to maybe yellow. I'm going to increase the size and I'm going to go ''File Effect Blur'', ''Gaussian Blur.'' I don't need it that big because it's a very small one. Then I'm going to duplicate this one, increase that and I'm going to blur it out a little bit more. Now we're building up the neon effect. Now we have the inner effect and then we have the cool outer effect to give it a little more dimension. Guys, so that's our cool neon glow effect. Now what we can do again is we can go into our graphic styles, save it as a graphic style, and we can apply it to our icon set down here with a click of a button. Boom, we got cool neon glow effects. Again, what can we do with this? We can select our item, we can go into re-color artwork, and we can adjust our colors anyway, which way. Now it's a really cool pink and blue neon effect. Let's move over to Facebook. Let's change that one. Let's make it maybe green and yellow, something like that. That looks really cool. Let's go over to Behance, make that one change up a bit. Let's unlink the colors and play around and see what things we can create. Now that one is really cool, like a rainbow effect. [MUSIC] For this module, I want you to recreate the cool neon glow effect. Play around with the Gaussian Blur, play around with the Stroke Panel, the Offset Path, and create something really unique to you. You have a lot of skill sets now to use to create your own custom icon set. I definitely want to see everything you guys create, so experiment with everything and create a cool custom icon set that's unique to you and post it in the project panel. I really look forward to it. I'll see you in the next class where I just want to say thank you. 6. Thank You!: Hey guys, I just want to thank you so much for taking this class. Throughout this class, we've worked with the appearance panel to take a plain old social media icon and created it into something very unique. Now you have the skill set to develop your icons in any way you want. Definitely play around with all the tools and explore some that we didn't even go over in this class. I definitely look forward to seeing all that you guys create. Don't forget to post your project in the project panel. If you have any questions regarding anything discussed in this class, or you have a suggestion for future classes of something you might want to learn, definitely leave a comment in the discussions panel, and it'll get back to you as soon as I can. If you learned something or enjoyed this class, definitely consider leaving a short review. It really helps promote this class to others in the future. Thanks again, and I really look forward to traveling with you along your creative journey [MUSIC].