Sketching make the logo easy to do Inside ill & divinely will be better
Thank You very much
I only sketch when I deal with a character/mascot based design, if the logo
is about something else like a simple icon or nothing complicated like a
character then i jump right into illustrator and start making and moving
thing around until i like them. I think this is something you develop on
the way of your “designer” path, how you actually prefer more to start
designs, which way is easier to you!
Totally…..For me personally, I never used to and sometimes depending on
what it is I don’t, but when I’m stuck, it becomes a big help!
My process is pretty similar, although I’m still discovering what works
best. But as of right now, I like to look at references before I sketch and
feedback is my preference rather than free reign. I also do time mapping,
spending a certain amount of time on research then sketch and so on. A good
way to keep on track.
I think sketching is the funnest and most important process in logo design.
I think Both illustrator and photoshop. Are a must for graphic design
illustrator. Lets you create a VECTOR images like logos photoshop works
with pixels like photos and lets you change or modify the photo by adding
or removing effects to the file!! Correct me if I’m wrong mr Stephen
You are 100% correct…..I’m about to produce a video on Illustrator VS
Photoshop!!! Stay tuned for that one.
I think you should sketch it out before you go to the computer even if you
see it. I’m always tempted to go straight to the computer, but then I force
myself to sketch. I cannot tell you how many times I sketch my original
idea and then create, sometimes accidentally, a better looking design.
Sometimes my original idea is the better choice, but I would rather have
I personally believe that both Illustrator and Photoshop are both so
important and essential for a graphic artist. Though in my experience most
graphic designer always used Photoshop ( about 85% i think) and Illustrator
are just often used only by Professionals. But if you take a look at the
meaning of each tools on Adobe perspective, Photoshop was actually a Photo
editing software and good on Pixel graphics while Illustrator is for
lay-out/designs and vector graphics in all media platform…
Thank you Arturo for your input here, I will be putting together a video on
Yeah always have choices….Thank you Adam for commenting and for
YEAH BUDDY!!!!!! Thank you for the comment and for subscribing!
Stephen!! you inspire me alot, i am from Uganda, but when is subsribed to
your Channel.. really my mind is getting open everyday, thank you for the
great work and i also need to ask you.. that you only design Logos or u
have other things in graphics you do
Great tutorials. I am a beginner in Graphics designing and falling in love
with your Tutorials. Subscribed to your channel and watching all of your
videos. I am feeling excited that I found something really useful in the
very beginning of my journey. I watched some tutorials from other guys too
but the good thing about your tutorials is that these are straight forward
and no extra bullshit involved. Keep up the good work.
You’re doing it all right. Sketching is so beneficial.
Cooooool thanks for subscribing and commenting!
what is a best logo maker software i have one but i want more feature
please help me
Yes Ann, Print and screen colors will never ever match. Take a look and a
PDF file you design on 3 different computer screens and you will notice off
the bat that they do not match.
Adobe Illustrator would be my choice!
thanks for reply
yeah .. agreed with you , designing logo is my favourite task , you have
space to being creative .
Another great video!
I sketch out EVERYTHING, brainstorms, concepts, thumbnails, layouts, words
etc. I find it easier and faster, plus i love to draw so any excuse lol
Can you use Photoshop instead of Illustrator?
Hey Stephen, quick question. Did you go to a art school or college for your
design skills? Or did you just hit every tutorial you can get your hands
on? I really like your work. What do you think is necessary as far as
gathering these skills? Thanks !
Very insightful and encouraging for a new designer (such as myself). My
drawing skills often leave much to be desired. It’s comforting to know
that world class drawing skills aren’t necessarily a pre-requisite to
executing beautiful designs (as seen in your work) and being successful in
Last but not least, I’m currently in the midst of a career change, and
your videos have been an outstanding resource. The 10+ videos I’ve already
watched have been great assets in helping me build my skill set and
confidence. Many thanks! Keep up the great work!
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