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How to Design Lettering and Typography for Logos: Typographic Logos Course

I am teaching an Online Typography and Lettering course called TYPOGRAPHIC LOGOS!

Whether you would like to create a more profitable career for yourself as a logo designer… or if you want to be able to make custom lettering for your company, product, or brand… this class is for you!

In 20 lectures and 1.5 hours of content (available on-demand), I’ll teach you my methods for designing custom typography and lettering for logos. These “logotypes” can be used as company logos, t-shirt designs, marketing, book cover titles, or any product that needs to portray a unique identity.

As part of the course, you will be able to download a collection of textures and Photoshop brushes to use in your own designs.

You will even be able to download the logo I created during the class in vector format so you can dis-assemble it and see up-close exactly how it’s built.

To get 50% off enrollment go here: udemy.com/typographic-logos-typography-and-lettering-for-logo-design/?couponCode=50-PERCENT

~Ray Dombroski

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Free Download of the Week: Nature Camo

Hi there!

If you are in a creative slump, one of the best ways to spur some ideas is to get outside and take a walk.

The other day, I took a walk down the street while on a break from designing. I looked up and saw a tree with a very interesting “camouflage” pattern in its bark.

In some ways, the pattern in the tree looked more like man-made camo… than man-made camouflage looks like real trees!

Nature Camo” is this week’s free download.

It might make an interesting background for your graphics. Perhaps you can posterize it down to a few shades and get a unique look.

If you come up with a good use, be sure to let me know!

~Ray

Nature Camo

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Free Download of the Week: Denim Texture

Have you ever hear of Mauritius? It’s a beautiful island east of Africa, and I hear they have some good surfing there :) This week I received an email from Said, who is from Mauritius. He requested a denim texture. So here you go, Said!

This week’s free download is a denim texture in jpeg, bitmap tiff, and Photoshop brush format.

In Adobe Illustrator, place the bitmap tiff on top of your graphic. Bitmap tiffs have transparent backgrounds when placed into Illustrator documents. You can assign it any color, just as if it were a vector object.

In Photoshop, I recommend using the Photoshop brush to add distress. Just double click on the .abr file and it will load into your brushes palette. Then just use it to paint texture right into your graphic.

If you are using a new version of Photoshop, use the high resolution brush. If you are using an older version of Photoshop you may need to use the lower resolution brush.

~Ray

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