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How to create/ vectorize/ digitize a hand drawn logo and retain its look?


Question

I just receive my first "official" drawing/logo project and I'm not sure how to get about doing it.

So this client asked me for a drawing for a brand logo that he's planning on doing (just a drawing for now, but maybe a logo later on, but I'll need to tell him my rates and all). So I'm planning to tell him that I don't do drawings but I do provide logo designs. But if he wants a hand drawn logo, how can I go about doing that?

I know that obviously I can't just scan it since it won't be resizeable. But turning it into a vector would be either too clean or too jaggy (lol, is that even a word). I'm curious if any. How would you go about doing it?

PS: If there are other questions/thread available already on the site, pls do let me know. Sry if it's a duplicate.

2015/05/25
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5/25/2015 6:35:00 AM

If you have access to an iPhone or iPad, you could try using Adobe Shape. It uses the device camera to take pictures and convert the pictures into vectors.

2015/06/05
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6/5/2015 4:34:00 PM