Updated Aug, 18th 2016
So ever since Adobe introduced the live corners feature I was like, "No Adobe, I already have a process for that. I will use my circles and round my corners the old fashion way, like a man." Boy was I waisting so much time! For some reason I never noticed the live corners option pop up on every shape until this class (I guess I was so against using them that I ignored them).
Let's just say that all of these tricks are going to, and already have, speed up my work! I had some kind of crazy round about way to do each of these tricks, So thank you DKNG for posting this class!
Now for the project:
So my parents bought a river house in Bandera, Texas (it is a small town everyone should visit), and in this town there are a lot of old cars. Driving one day in Bandera an old car with bumper stickers all over it really inspired me. "Hey, maybe I should make a poster series for each state and have a different car for each state with bumper stickers representing the feel of that state." (Used the word "State" a lot) Anyway, the "Road Trip" poster series was born.
I began the Series with Colorado, now I did this before taking the class, so I used all of my old was to create it, but when it came to making the Texas poster, I used those live corners like nobody's business.
I began with the sketch.
It started out as just Austin, but I decided to change it to Texas for a larger appeal.
After the sketch came the final. (It took some work, the final didn't just come right after the sketch)
Hope y'all like it!
And if you do feel free to follow me on Instagram @ryanvatz I am uploading fun things daily! (For some reason this link goes to twitter, weird.)
Here is another shameless plug: Check out my website ryanvatz.com (Store coming soon!)
Also if you are interested, check out my class "Poster Child: Using Adobe Illustrator Like a Star"
Or my class "Icon Do This: Creating Your Own Icon Set"