Illustrator CC 2015 | How To Create Vintage Text In Shapes


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27 responses to “Illustrator CC 2015 | How To Create Vintage Text In Shapes”

  1. gstyle11 Avatar

    very useful! thank u

  2. See Avatar

    Thank you Will!

  3. avi bachar Avatar

    Very nice feature to use
    ?Is there a way to change the color after

  4. Ellis Owens Avatar

    This helped so much, thank you!

  5. Cynthia Capuria Avatar

    Your keyboard buttons arent the same on windows πŸ™ I can't figure it out.

  6. Kevin Leurs Avatar

    A whole year of Illustrator Classes and they didn't teach me this. Thanks dude

  7. rohan jagtap Avatar

    Hi Sir, how to do it in Illustrator CS3 as there is no option of pop-up in envelope distort.Thanks!

  8. AskAshleigh Avatar

    what does expanding it do? I heard you say make it into a shape but it looks like it is in the shape already. If you expand it are you not able to edit the text anymore? Is that what expanding means?

  9. Janet Cheam Avatar

    how to warp in cs5, I dont have Illustrial

  10. MrsCeeCeeDee Avatar

    Wow! I can't believe this was so easy! =) Thanks for the videos! I've always been a little intimidated to learn illustrator, but your videos make it so easy!

  11. Carmelo Tizzone Avatar

    HOLY SHIT! And here I was doing it with
    Transform tools and other STUPID ways……….Great tip, Thanks for Sharing Will

  12. J Jay Avatar

    Hey, thank you so much for this tutorial. I did come across a problem though. When i try to envelope distort it, it says that the top object must be a single path or mesh. If you can help me with this part i would greatly appreciate it and thanks again

  13. Omar Vivar Avatar

    Totally helpful love your work. Definitely going to sign up for your course once I get my pay. thanks again.
    Omar Vivar

  14. Mariam Hamdan Avatar

    I'm using windows here ! can u please tell me what to press when making the text outlined ! thank u

  15. Jake Rimmer Avatar

    Thanks for introducing me to that cool font! Also, this technique is great, thanks again!

  16. Val Dudka Avatar

    Thank you for tutorial!

  17. Murtala Sadeh Avatar

    thank you for this kind of tutorial πŸ™‚

  18. Terry Lindskog Avatar

    Missleading tumbnail.

  19. rizon rahman Avatar

    Is it Adobe illustrator 10???????

  20. Jack Hedges Avatar

    I think you've mentioned this before but how do I get that font? Thanks!

  21. TouristyGoblin3 Avatar

    Great video Will. Keep up the good work. πŸ˜€

  22. Christina Testana Avatar

    Very cool effect Will, never knew that this could be done.

  23. TimpersDesigns Avatar

    Great video Will πŸ˜‰

  24. Nima S. Avatar

    hey Will, nice video.
    can you do some hand lettering tutorials, tipps or what tools you're using for the next time?

  25. Wild Gengar Avatar

    gonna try this out later πŸ™‚

  26. Jake Round Avatar

    Hey Will! I've got a question about the pen tool, how's the best way to make things look natural when creating a vectorised logo? At the moment i get the impression from my work curves look to 'fake' what's the best way around this if you understand what i mean? πŸ™‚

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