Tag Archives: Illustrator

Final progress

It’s the end. Fin. Or is it just the beginning? What is a journey anyways? Philosophical questions aside, here’s some process work for the final project. The Task: Cut a square through a magazine (2.5×2.5) and use the images in … Continue reading

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Mushrooms and Teddy Bears

Not the most related things in the universe, but trust me it eventually makes sense. Our in-class exercise this week had us making a multi-use pattern, by creating shapes and manipulating them in Illustrator. Step 1: pick 4 colours – … Continue reading

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Shapes and things

It’s amazing what you can do with some squares and circles. Also my new favourite Illustrator feature = pathfinder tool. You can make anything with it! It reminds me somewhat of a how-to-draw book I stole extensively borrowed from my … Continue reading

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Excersize III

This week’s exercise was fairly simple, working with found elements. Although it does limit what you can do, it certainly makes for interesting results. The Task: Using a random Wikipedia article as a band name, an exerpt from a random … Continue reading

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Square Dance

The first tutorial went pretty well – and that’s saying something for a Communication Studies major. The week before we had drawn 30 squares, with a 4-square grid in each square, to be further segmented into 8 pieces total per … Continue reading

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