Creating Vector
Graphics In Illustrator

Cohen Gum Workshop Illustration

A Workshop By Cohen

Sydney

Saturday, November 21st 2015

Presented by WORK-SHOP Sydney
work-shop.com.au

WhenSaturday 21st November
10.30am - 2.00pm

WhereCnr Cleveland & Eveleigh Street, Redfern NSW 2016

SuppliedIntuous Medium Wacom tablet

What to BringLaptop with the latest Wacom Intuous Medium Driver & Adobe Illustrator installed

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Canberra

Saturday, December 5th 2015

Presented by Ian Dudley &
the UC Graphic Design Club

WhenSaturday 5th December
10.30am - 1.30pm

WhereAnn Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra

What to BringLaptop with Adobe Illustrator installed

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Workshop Overview

Cohen will guide students through the process of turning a basic pencil sketch into a finished vector graphic in Adobe Illustrator.

For the purpose of working as a team, Cohen will provide an original sketch for everyone to use as the base of their vector graphic. This will allow studens to discuss/bounce ideas off each other while working through the steps together.

No freehand drawing abilities are required!

The course will focus on:

  • Guiding students through Cohen's process from start to finish
  • Approaching line work to creating finished line work
  • Using the Pen Tool and how to work quickly and efficiently with lines
  • Using the Pathfinder Tool to merge and split shapes
  • Working with layers and making the most out of your workspace
  • Tips, tricks and shortcuts
  • Q&A working as a freelance designer & illustrator

Artist Profile

Cohen is a freelance designer, illustrator and artist based in Canberra. Working primarily with vector graphics Cohen has illustrated for Harley Davidson, his work has featured in Behance’s curated galleries and more recently his work featured in the 2015 Semi Permanent Book.

Cohen splits his time between commercial digital design & his own art/apparel projects.

Cohen's illustrative style uses heavy lines and in-your-face colours, reminiscent of 90s cartoons like Rocko’s Modern Life & Aaaaah! Real Monsters (early inspiration).

To find out more you can view Cohen's website www.cohengum.com or follow Cohen on Facebook.