Did you know that with your Adobe Creative Cloud subscription you get access to some cool Adobe Mobile Apps? Get an introduction to Adobe Shape, Adobe Brush, and Adobe Color. Learn how they can be integrated into your workflow to create a project and bring it into Adobe Illustrator. In this tutorial, we create a logo and turn it into a business card.
Part 1: Using Adobe Shape
Adobe Shape is a simple and fun way to capture and create vector shapes on your device whenever inspiration strikes. Shapes are saved to Creative Cloud Libraries so you can access them in Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Illustrator CC and more.
In Part 1 of the tutorial, we bring a drawn image into Adobe Shape.
Part 2: Using Adobe Brush
Create custom brushes from photos you capture on your iPhone or iPad and start using them right away in Adobe Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, and Photoshop Sketch.
In Part 2 of this tutorial, we capture hand-drawn pencil lines and bring them into Adobe Brush to use in our logo.
Part 3: Using Adobe Color
Capture color combinations whenever inspiration strikes with Adobe Color CC and your iPhone or iPad. Your color themes are automatically saved to Creative Cloud Libraries for access in desktop and mobile apps, or to share with your team. You can also sync your themes to Adobe Color service.
In Part 3 of this tutorial, we capture a color scheme for our logo.
Part 4: Bringing All Your Assets into Adobe Illustrator
In the last part of our tutorial, we cover how to bring all of these assets in from your Creative Cloud libraries into Adobe Illustrator, and complete your project. For my example, I use my logo for a business card.