If you’re new to using Adobe Illustrator to work with the digital craft supply you buy online for your small creative business, then you’d want to keep your life as simple as possible while manipulating those graphics to create new designs for sale.
One thing you can do towards keeping your design life as simple as possible is to select shapes without touching them. Yes, you read me right. No hovering over your shape then clicking it. Instead, you’d select it from the distance.
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Paper to-do lists, for those of us who work better with paper, can be handy to get through monthly tasks. The paper format has the advantage of giving you physical pleasure as you get to tick your task when done with it. And if you love living an authentic life, you may prefer fancy to-do lists. Right? Trouble is these can be costly. I’ll give you that they don’t cost the moon neither. But depending on your finances, at the end of the day it all adds up. So, that’s an area you may want to save on.
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Mockups are well known to contribute to success in business. They present your products to the world in an attractive fashion and that’s why they are very important.
Trouble is they also cost money.
So, today we’re going to offer you an alternative if you’re in the business of selling paper journals: creating your own journal mockup in Adobe Illustrator.
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