Shapes. Designs look a lot more complex when they’re finished but many designs are built upon simple shapes. Combining shapes, subtracting a shape from another, modifying a shape, using an existing shape as a starting point to make another….All. The. Time.
When starting out designing cut files for cutting machines like Cricut and SIlhouette, I tried making the design process a lot harder than it had to be when all I really needed was to start with the basics and build off of them. You’ll see in the video how I repeatedly use a shape I already created or how I use a basic shape and build on it to create the item I want. Easier than you thought?
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~~In this video I share: 1) The process I use to design eight jack-o-lantern faces in Adobe Illustrator for cutting machines such as Cricut or Silhouette Cameo 2) How to build upon objects to create more complex objects.
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