Join Von Glitschka for an in-depth discussion in this video Creative preparation, part of Drawing Vector Graphics.
Before a designer can create effectively, they need to think effectively.…In other words, you can't design in a vacuum.…Before we set forth to create any design we have to make sure we have all the…information needed, so we can develop and design from an informed perspective.…Ironically, the least creative part of the creative process, …artistically speaking is probably the most important part: the thinking behind the design.…In this part of the course, we'll go over basic ways to prepare for the …ideation aspects of a design project.…
So you'll be prepared to create appropriately.…In this chapter, we'll cover topics such as how to harvest vital information…using creative briefs, conceptual thinking methods, how to improve your design…thinking, discerning appropriate styles for your projects, and using reference…to improve your drawn designs.…With this type of information gathering firmly in place, you'll be well-equipped…to move forward with your creative ideas.…
So, sit back and enjoy the ride.…
- What is illustrative design?
- Establishing a creative brief
- Defining client expectations
- Exploring creative thinking exercises
- Art directing your drawing
- Selecting an appropriate style for each project
- Drawing and thumbnail sketching
- Discerning anchor point placement
- Building vector drawings with shapes
- Presenting your illustrations
Skill Level Intermediate
Illustrator CS6 Essential Trainingwith Justin Seeley8h 49m Beginner
Insights on Illustrative Designwith Von Glitschka31m 5s Beginner
1. The Process
2. Creative Preparation
3. Drawing Your Design
4. Workflow Enhancements
5. Building Vector Shapes
6. Presenting Your Designs
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