I chose to make an instructional exercise about making a custom logo for other people!
Prior to this logo, I had just ever made my own, and it’s basically simply lettering. I made it as our forefathers would have done it with pencil and paper before I began utilizing Procreate.
I composed the lettering on paper with a delicate felt pen, examined it, at that point opened it in Photoshop and eliminated the foundation all that could be expected.
Multiply was a lot simpler! You simply draw, press a catch to save, and send any place you need! You don’t need to stress over eliminating the paper’s surface or turning the letters consistently dark!
I’m simply beginning to learn Procreate, so this will be an exceptionally essential instructional exercise and certainly for novices!
I trust you think that its supportive!
Find Out What the Client Wants before Creating a Custom Logo
My companion Funny runs a Photography agency, and she’s been taking a ton of pictures for me!
At the point when she chose she needed another logo, she inquired as to whether she could exchange my photographs for a custom logo.
I was eager to attempt it!
This is my excursion making a custom logo for her!
- PICK A CANVAS SIZE
For an underlying logo mockup I generally go with 1200×1200 and afterward change the material size toward the end.
On the off chance that you don’t have the foggiest idea how to rearrange the material record size after previously chipping away at an undertaking, look at my instructional exercise HERE.
- TEST OUT SOME HAND-LETTERED and TEXT OPTIONS
Since multiply now can add text, it is truly easy to try different things with various textual styles in your material.
- PUT EACH LOGO ON ITS OWN LAYER
I suggest putting each plan choice on its own layer to assist you with getting sorted out your documents and to likewise make it simple for you to make changes for your customer.
- Adjust LOGO
You can utilize the change apparatus for this. The symbol resembles a mouse. Tap it and you can move your logo around to the ideal spot.
- MAKE BACKGROUND TRANSPARENT
Go to Layers Panel>Background Layer>Uncheck the checked box. You CAN’T avoid this progression. In the event that you do, your logo will have an odd white box around it. Your customers don’t need that!
- SAVE AS PNG
This represents Portable Network Graphic and it’s the best quality raster you can have for a logo.
Star TIP: Once I save my PNG, I go into Adobe Illustrator and convert my record into a vector (which I enthusiastically suggest you do if you’re an accomplished planner), however on the off chance that you’re pristine to planning saving as a PNG is fine for the present.
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