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  1. I'm back and to kick things off this week a professional logo design! If you enjoy this tutorial drop a like and share it to someone else ๐Ÿ™‚
    Tomorrow 3 cool tricks you can do with shapes in Illustrator

  2. If your stroke starts acting funny, Select it, Convert stroke to outlines *object -> path -> outline stroke*. Helped me.

  3. love the tutorial! perfect…keep it coming, but you do skip some minor points that some people may be confused….one thing is for sure …u have totally confused me with the gradient method that you used, why not make life easier and use 100% opacity and the gradient tool …i have used it and got the same results.

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  5. very very nice. As a new comer logo designer like me, getting much helps from your tutorials. have any tips for best fonts? thank you.

  6. Hey can you make this type of overlapping after doing gradient work, I tried it many times, idk how to do this, It will be really helpful if u make tutorial over it

    https://www.instagram.com/p/Bb1ls6Pn4gL/

  7. wow thanks a lot, but how that logo is when you need a monochrome version?, you know, just a black shape on a white paper, how could it be?

  8. Credit where credit is due. Seems like this is the original artist: yoga on dribbble and dribble dotcom shots/2184753-Lotus

  9. Hy Satori graphics i really really like your tutorials and thanks alot for making them for all of us
    I have a request can you make something which illustrate the meaning of spot light
    Im a beginner in this field and have noo idea how can i make a logo which shows the meaning of spot light and clothing as well
    Thanks in advance ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

  10. Really good, clear and helpful videos, mate.
    I wonder if you could point me in the direction of an artboards tutorial for beginners or in my case… dummies.
    Grateful for any advice.
    Subscribed.

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