This digital tutorial is solely for those not against watermarking photos. I actually know several people who are against this practice–so, if you’re one of those people, please click away. If you’d love to mark your photos using your logo, here’s a quick tutorial on how to convert your logo into a photoshop brush perfect for watermarking images.
I’ve been using my trusty old method of digitizing design work for a while now. You can read up on that Photoshop+Illustrator tutorial here. Recently though, after catching wind of a few new ways, I’ve finally settled on a quicker and easier way. Read on to learn how to digitize your design work (part deux)!
Read the second installment for this tutorial HERE
Everytime I see digital versions of other people’s calligraphy or lettering work, I’m amazed at how clean everything is. I’m no professional calligrapher or letterer. Trust me. Read my post on how to fake calligraphy. But when I do scan my work, I often question if the poor quality of the digital version was because I suck at writing or if I had a faulty scanner. After doing some research on how different illustrators digitize their work, I came up with this simplified method using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. Here’s how you can easily digitize your calligraphy or any other design work.