Digitize Your Lettering: 3 Easy MethodsJun 10, 2020
That's right. You've struggled with those poopy brown photos of your lettering for too long. It's time to create stunning, sharp, and eye-catching images of your work so you can give it the credit it deserves.
In this class, I'm giving you the tools to do just that. Don't have a scanner? No prob! Not the best lighting? There's an app for that!
In this How to Digitize Lettering class, you will learn not one, not two, but THREE different ways that you can bring your lettering to life. I recommend spending time learning all three techniques because you'll find they come in handy at different times depending on what you're working on.
This class covers the following digitizing methods:
- Using a scanner
- Using a photograph
- Using an app
- Editing in Photoshop
- Editing in Illustrator
Items used in this class (not all of these are needed and are listed for your reference only):
- Hand lettering paper
- Black brush pen
- Epson Perfection V39 Scanner
- Adobe Capture app
- Adobe Photoshop
- Adobe Illustrator
You will need Adobe Photoshop for this class.
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A few student projects:
Artwork by Tara L.