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Step 1: Pop Art Vector
To launch out our pop art vector tutorial, we will start from a line drawing of the face nearby. This line drawing could have been simple, nothing too complicated.
Then we create the shadows with objects filled with solid black. Use the pen tool (P) to draw the objects and try to give the volume and movement to the illustration. Take a special look at how we drew hair strokes and shade under the chin.
Choose the colors you want to use in your pop art vector illustrations. I chose the typical colors used in pop art illustrations to get a clearer effect, but you can choose the colors that better represent your photo (if you made the drawing from a photo) or illustration.
Then we create the dots for the dots' background of the objects.
We need the grid guidelines to make the dots for each color. View the line by going to View> Show Grid. Make sure you have "Snap to Grid" enable. Go to View> Snap Grid to check if it is enabled. If it has a check mark next to it, it is enabled. If it does not, click to activate.
Draw two circles with Ellipse Tool (L). Hold the Shift key while drawing the ellipse to narrow the proportions and create the circle. The space between the circles determines the predominant color in the swat. The closer the circles are, the more dominant the color of the circle is the background color. The more space the dots have, the more noticeable they would be to the human eye. In this guide I think they are quite noticeable.
Double-copy the two circles and rotate them 90 degrees using the Rotate Tool (R). Click and hold the Shift key to rotate in 45-degree increments. Then draw a box with the rectangle tool (M) where each page goes through the circles & # 39; midpoint.
Duplicate four times each set of square + dots, one for each color that our illustration has. Now fill each set of circles with the colors of our illustration. Finally fill in the square with white. Now we are ready to create the color of these elements! Select the first box with the circles inside and go to Edit> Define Patterns. Name your swatch if you like and click OK to create swatch. Repeat the process for the other colors. You will see the new colors available in the Colors window.
Replace the colors of the objects in our illustration with the new colors. Select each item and click on the corresponding patch in the window. Definitely starting to look like a pop art vector!
If you are dissatisfied with how any of the dots look like patterns in your illustration, you can play with the background color to create other tones.
Now we will take care of the kind used to express the face. This is a single blow without filling. There are some for the nose profile, cheeks, forehead, etc. Open the brush panel (Window> Brushes) and click on the right right icon to display the menu. Select Open Brush Library> Artistic> Artistic_Ink.
A new panel is displayed. Now choose one of the kind and click on the bottom brush with the name "Tapered Stroke" in the panel that we just opened. Do the same with the rest of the stroke. I applied the brush to all my elements in the illustration to make the edges between them perfectly adapted.
If the brush for the expression lines is too wide or too thin (depending on the size of your illustration), you can adjust the brush width. Go to the brush panel where you will find the brush you use for the expression lines. When you select a brush in any of the brush library panel, it is automatically added to the main brush panel. Double click on the brush and in the slider, move the arrow to the left to make strokes thinner or to the right to widen them. Click OK when done.