The main reason I decided to get an IPad Pro was for lettering and I am so happy I got it! I'm going to show you how easy it is to import vector lettering into illustrator. The video below will go through the process. A couple things to note; I'm using Adobe draw in this and Illustrator CC. Unfortunately, if you have an older versions of Illustrator you won't be able to import the vector straight to illustrator.
Also if you are interested in the giveaway I spoke about in the video read on!
I'm really excited to be teaming up with two lovely ladies this week for a giveaway full of lettering goodies! Brooke Holden Calligraphy, Fete and Quill and I came together to do this giveaway where one lucky winner will receive:
Rhodia blank pad
Straight nib holder
Dr. Ph. Martin's Fine Art Watercolor in Turquoise Blue
Pental Aquash pen
2 Tombow brush pens
Envelopes and metallic paper
Calligraphy drill sheets and worksheets by Brooke Holden Calligraphy
HOW TO ENTER TO WIN
1) Visit www.instagram.com/kristen.brockmon
Like the photo (see below)
2) Follow @bhcalligraphy, @kristen.brockmon and @feteandquill (if you're not already!)
3) Share in comments below your description of a perfect Saturday! (Doesn't have to be related to calligraphy/lettering).
4) Repost this pic with hashtag #SaturdayGiveawayGoals
For extra entries: Like Brooke Holden Calligraphy, Cut Above Stationery and Fete & Quill on Facebook!
Giveaway ends Saturday, January 14 at 10 AM EST. Not affiliated with Instagram or Facebook. Open to everyone. Good luck!