Friday, May 29, 2015

How To: Turn Your Handwriting into a Vector


Ever wonder how people get such awesome handwriting on their photos, Pinterest vertical tutorials and drink recipes? It baffled me for far too long when I started creating logos for people's businesses and I have a how-to blog post for you over on my calligraphy blog that can help with that! Super easy tutorial that requires only two things: Photoshop Illustrator (for turning your handwriting into a vector) and a camera or scanner! Check out the blog post here.


9 comments

  1. Sarah @ Will Run for PastaMay 29, 2015 at 8:03 AM

    Yes!! I have totally wondered how the heck people do it! I didn't even know the right thing to Google to figure it out, haha! Off to check out your other post!

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  2. Oh, I can tell this new website is going to be so helpful to me. I've always wanted to learn how to do all this fancy-shmancy stuff with calligraphy. Thank you, cheers!

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  3. That is cool...of course, I have very bad handwriting, so I'm not sure anyone would want to see mine!

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  4. That explains a lot about how such beautiful script shows up and I don't know of any font like it!

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  5. Beautiful!! I love how this job of yours in progressing! So proud of you

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  6. I've never known how that was done either. Thanks for the tutorial!

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  7. I do love turning handwriting into vector files...as long as it is other people's handwriting, since mine is terrible and illegible! :-)

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  8. Stacee Mark TaftMay 30, 2015 at 1:32 PM

    LOVE doing this! I've just started to learn hand lettering... I still have a LONG way to go. LOL But, it's a start. My dream is to be able to create fonts from my handwriting as I have several different types of handwriting depending on my mood... it would be fun to have them as full fonts with glyphs! :)

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  9. very nice

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