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How I did it: Desktop illustration

Scan something that you found on your desk. In this case it’s paper clipand pencil. Important: Don't forget to cover copyrighted words or logos.Place images into Illustrator (or CorelDraw) and trace it in b&w (2 colors mode. Both Illustrator and CorelDraw offer built-in tracing feature.)All scanned messy spots and dots are very welcomed because we will use them to get some grunge look of the illustration. Place your vectorized stuff around the background.Add some ink splatters, ink... continue reading

How I did it: Vectorizing an image

... in Illustrator.Step 1First, place a high-contrasted image (high-key image, in this case my model Iva into Illustrator work area.Step 2There is a bunch of tracing software and plug-ins out there, but for this example I decided to do tracing manually with pencil tool.Step 3Use your imagination, draw something that you imagine, not just what you see.Step 4In order to get a right side of the face copy+paste left half, mirror and join to get the full picture, and then draw... continue reading

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