How To Make a Custom, Vector Die Cut Sticker With Adobe Illustrator – Tutorial

Complex diecut vinyl stickers made simple! Learn how even a beginner can create complex die cut sticker art by following out step by step tutorial to awesome…

This demo will explain how to take any photo and convert it to vector art using Illustrator CS6.

11 Responses to “How To Make a Custom, Vector Die Cut Sticker With Adobe Illustrator – Tutorial”

  1. Susanne Poté says:

    Hilariously informative.?

  2. Kaitlin Muro says:

    i love your sense of humor. ?

  3. Meira Vich says:

    Thank you for this so much!?

  4. universalsoldier008 says:

    You guys have a great set up.. But im surprised you don’t use flexi sign…
    what took you 5 minutes to do in illustrator can be done in less than 10
    seconds in flexi with the “contour cut” feature.?

  5. Jeremy Packer says:

    Count how many times I ‘um’ or ‘ah’ or pause awkwardly and divide by 7 to
    determine how much time you need to find something better to do with your
    time!?

  6. Susanne Poté says:

    Hilariously informative.?

  7. Kaitlin Muro says:

    i love your sense of humor. ?

  8. Meira Vich says:

    Thank you for this so much!?

  9. universalsoldier008 says:

    You guys have a great set up.. But im surprised you don’t use flexi sign…
    what took you 5 minutes to do in illustrator can be done in less than 10
    seconds in flexi with the “contour cut” feature.?

  10. Jeremy Packer says:

    Count how many times I ‘um’ or ‘ah’ or pause awkwardly and divide by 7 to
    determine how much time you need to find something better to do with your
    time!?

  11. Kara Chipoletti Jones says:

    Check out the blog post here: http://bit.ly/diecutart

    Ladies and gentlemen, you asked, we listened. May we present the first in a
    long series of sticker art tutorials in Illustrator and Photoshop CS.
    Episode 1 – Start To Finish Tutorial on Creating Complex Die Cut Vinyl
    Stickers in Illustrator.

    And don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel, there’s plenty more
    where this came from. +1 and share the good times!?

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