Seeing what your final result will be, before applying your preset, can be very useful. Learn how to do that in this video.
- [Instructor] In the previous movie, we talked a lot about…the different presets that we could be working with…but we didn't talk about the actual tracing result…and how we can see the difference between that…and the original object that we're working with.…So in this movie, we're going to talk about…the different views you have available to you…inside of Image Trace.…First things first though; we're going to switch artboards.…So we're going to go to the Window menu,…and inside of the Window menu, we're going to choose Artboards.…It's going to bring up the Artboards panel down here…in the bottom right-hand corner for me.…I'll double-click on Artboard 2…and that's going to switch me over to something…which I can see this NerdCamp logo,…and so I'm going to select this object…and of course it's going to give me the options…that we talked about before.…
Inside of the Presets menu, I'm going to choose something…called Black and White Logo because basically what I want…is I want to create a black-and-white representation…
- Working with Image Trace presets
- Setting up artwork
- Performing a basic trace with a preset
- Erasing and adding paths
- Refining paths with strokes and widths
- Resetting typography
Skill Level Intermediate
Illustrator: Coloring Artwork (2011)with Mordy Golding4h 44m Intermediate
Illustrator: Drawing without the Pen Toolwith Mordy Golding4h 39m Intermediate
Illustrator for Web Design (2012)with Justin Seeley5h 27m Appropriate for all
1. Break Down the Image Trace Panel
2. Perform a Basic Trace
3. Clean Up the Artwork
4. Project: Trace Artwork
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