Designing Kitchen Icons in Adobe Illustrator
with Jason Hoppe
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01 Basic Drawing, Line Weights & Corner Styles19:57
Class duration: 1h 29mSee all 9 lessons
About The Class
Create icons for any home themed project
Icons have the ability to convey a lot of information in a single graphic. If you need a custom icon and have Adobe Illustrator, this class is for you. Adobe certified instructor Jason Hoppe will take you through the icon creating process and demonstrate this by creating a set of over twenty icons around a central theme.
- Using a Grid structure for alignment
- Setting up Object Styles
- Using the Scale Stroke options for consistency
- Alignment and Spacing tips
- Create simple yet effective drop/slip shadows and great highlights
- Best ways to save/export icons for the best display and use
Software Used: Adobe Illustrator CC 2017
Basic Drawing, Line Weights & Corner Styles19:57
Alignment & Spacing Tips05:17
Icons with Multiple Shapes & Tools12:19
Simple Drop & Slip Shadows & Highlights10:12
Scale Stroke Options for Consistency10:27
Join Objects to Create Multiple Icons13:28
Add Depth and Texture to Icons07:05
Add Consistency to Icons03:35
Save & Export Icons for Print or Web07:29
An Adobe® Certified Expert and Adobe® Certified Instructor, Jason Hoppe has accrued more than 17 years’ experience in high-end production training, photo retouching, color correction, and creative workflow management. In fact, Jason has been performing high-end electronic production since the ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
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50% of students recommend this class.
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This is a class that is more centered on illustrator drawing techniques in general rather than specific icon drawing techniques. I was hoping to learn a lot more on using the grid, setting up the artboards, consistency techniques, saving for different formats and sizes, corners/ angles/strokes, and different styles of icons.
I learned some nifty techniques! For example, how to easily change sharp corners to round ones, and how to subtract simple shapes from each other and use them as building blocks to create icons.
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