Using the blend tool on Paths and Shapes in Adobe Illustrator, Tutorial - Sean Frangella

Using the blend tool on Paths and Shapes in Adobe Illustrator, Tutorial - Sean Frangella

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In this Adobe illustrator technical tip on using the Blend Tool, learn how to use illustrator’s blend tool to help recreate the logo for the film “The Nice Guys.” By using the Blend Tool, you can interpolate elements such as shapes, color, line thickness, and more between multiple objects. When recreating the logo for the film The Nice Guys, this Adobe illustrator technique can be applied to blending the spacing and shape of the lines of the letters. This helps to evenly distribute the spacing of the middle line of many of the letters in The Nice Guys logo. With this Adobe illustrator quick tip on using the Blend Tool, you’ll be improving your logo design skills in no time!

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