DAY: 4; Wednesday


Today I started the Adobe Illustrator CC 2013 One-on-On: Intermediate corse. Ch: 1 lessons: 1-6

For this lesson I locked the background image, placed The blue frame and lettering in to a sublayer called Frame, and  edited/transformed a the “good” text into a 3D text layer.

The Original Image Used During The Full Duration Corse:

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Before I started lesson involving the above image, I first moved this image to a different layer Named “patterns” and turned the visibility of that layer off.

Before visibility was turned off:

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After visibility is turned off:

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After this Part of the lesson was over I than turned my focus toward the other design. First I locked down the background image than added it to a different lay-er named “Image”.

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I than  moved the “good” text into a sublayer named “Safe” after witch I turned the visibility of the layer off.Screen Shot 2016-08-17 at 9.03.20 AM.png

Next I converted the “good” text layer into a outline and from there I transformed it into a 3D layer, later on I moved it into the sublayer  “Safe” along with another copy of the original text.

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And finally, I changed the light gray color surrounding the 3D “good” outline and colored it a shade of Medium blue, later regrouping all of the 3D layer together.

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Next I will learn how to place the Spiro path into all of the letters of the word “good”.

What the Finalized image Should look like…Screen Shot 2016-08-17 at 10.22.55 AM.png


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