Pespective in Adobe Illustrator

As instructors of Adobe programs and creative professionals, we’ve assembled this blog as easy reference for our students and clients.” Miriam Selmi Reed & Michael Alan Reed

English version:

1. Open your Illustration in Adobe Illustrator
2. Select your Perspective Grid Tool. The 2 Point-Perspective pops-up.
3. Write some text, choose a color and select the BLUE Widget on the left.
4. Select your text with the Perspective Selection Tool and move it on to the grid. Now you can adjust the size.
5. Switch to the ORANGE Widget for the raster to the right and do the same there. Explore!

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by Miriam Selmi Reed – REEDesign.ch

1. Öffne deine Illustration in Adobe Illustrator
2. Wähle das Perspektiven Raster-Werkzeug. Das 2 Punkt-Perspektiven-Raster erscheint.
3. Schreibe deinen Text, suche eine Farbe aus und klick auf das BLAUE Widget links oben.
4. Wähle den Text mit dem Perspektiven-Auswahl-Werkzeug und ziehe ihn auf den Raster.
5. Wechsle zum Orangen Widget, welches für das rechte Raster zuständig ist und mach dasselbe dort. Viel Spass beim ausprobieren.

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Courtesy of Illustration Source

View the artists’s homage on the topic: PERSPECTIVE

Illustration technique: watercolor, acrylic and pencil combined with digital mixed media using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.Copyright by Illustration Source, New York City.

Illustrations-Technik: Aquarell, Acryl mit Farbstift, gemischt mit Adobe Photoshop und Illustrator. Copyright by Illustration Source, New York City.

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