Drawing with Shapes
Replicate the objects using the shape tools in the provided document.
There may be more than one way to get to the same result. As long as you’re using shape tools, it’s fine. Once you’re done, save and close the document.
Trace the provided image with the Pen Tool only. Use strokes only. Once you’re done, duplicate the illustration with strokes, then colour fill it, as shown below. The goal is to create the most accurate paths possible with the fewest anchor points.
This is much like a real-life scenario, where you would draw something by hand, then trace it in Illustrator to create scalable vector artwork.
Draw the sprinkles with the Pen Tool too.
Once you’re done, simply save and close the document.
Type in Illustrator
Set type on the provided document using point type and area type where appropriate.
All the text is set in Proxima Nova font. Make a paragraph style for each:
- Title: 44pt, Extra Bold
- Intro: 10pt, Bold
- Text: 10pt, Regular
Set the slogan and URL manually:
- URL: 24pt, Extra Bold & Regular
See the model above as a guide for where to use point type vs. area type. Make sure you use the Space After setting in your paragraph style to create spacing between paragraphs, as shown. Once complete, ⌘-S, then ⌘-W.
Assign colours to the provided logo adhering to the guide images.
Make sure to save your document where it is. Don’t rename.