Give the gift of illustration: learn to use Illustrator to draw a wedding monogram that can be used on wedding websites, invitations, foil and embossing dies, stamps, and more.
- [Voiceover] Hi there, my name is Mordy Golding and welcome to Drawing a Wedding Monogram in Illustrator. In this advanced course, I'll take you through the steps I take to convert an illustrated design sketch into final artwork that can be used for printed and digital documents, foil or embossing dyes, and more. This piece of artwork has special meaning to me because I designed it for my own daughter's wedding. Throughout this course, I'll share insights on taking advantage of newer features inside of illustrator, my thought process on workflow, and lots of tips and tricks along the way.
In this narrative style approach, you'll learn not only how I choose to use Illustrator to solve everyday drawing tasks, but also the reasons behind my techniques. Why I choose to use one feature or approach over another. As this is an advanced course, I'm going to assume that you're already comfortable with using Adobe Illustrator. So if you're ready to draw, grab your pen tool and let's begin.