Our last episode of the series "Procreate & Vectornator" has Will Paterson teaching us how to vectorize a Procreate logo sketch and turn it into a high-quality graphic.
In this episode, we are learning how to unleash the power of two amazing design softwares that do magic together. More specifically, we're talking all about vectorizing Procreate logos in Vectornator.
You might find that it's easy to just jot down a logo idea. You get hit by inspiration and you sketch it in a matter of minutes in Procreate. The ease of use of this pixel-based tool makes this process truly a breeze.But logos have to be vector files. Why? Because this graphic format comes with all the needed qualities for such a vital piece of branding. They are high quality no matter the scale and they are fantastic for print mediums.So this video will show you just how easy it is to turn your sketch into a finalized piece.
Last episode we uncovered how to vectorize hand lettering in Procreate to make it into a custom font. So if you're learning how to hand letter, or you're looking to expand your skill set, or you're simply curious, be sure to check it out!
Will Paterson is a skilled designer, author, hand letterer, and famous YouTuber.