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A bit of investigation of the Instagram feed shows a few other images that are clearly TVPaint. You can see the same panel at the top left of this screenshot: http://www.tvpaint.com/


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Keep in mind that your offering is changing to a product from a service that you performed for a fee. There is a different mindset that accompanies each. It's nice that you have an initial interest; but, demand will probably determine your specialty. I specialize in the needs of the wealthy. Continue doing what you can to augment your income while you plan ...


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Use brushes. There are a number of brush libraries already available in Illustrator, but you can easily create your own or find more to download. You can read more about using brushes in Illustrator here: Illustrator Help / How to work with brushes


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You can use Adobe Animate 2015. It supports SVG.


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This is called Thresholding or Stenciling. At its most basic, you are radically compressing a wide range of color values to a smaller number. It is a form of Image Segmentation. "Done with stencil and spraypaint." http://galleryofthrones.tumblr.com/post/45440739671/jon-snow-the-warg-of-winterfell-by-ali-radicali


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For this simplified style I would say that the distinguishing features are: uniform stroke length (near) primitive shapes rounded corners I would achieve this look by: creating my basic layout using primitive shapes rounding all of the corners the same number of pixels then, making all of the stroke widths the same next, outlining all of the strokes,...


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This is essentially how Illustrator draws in its default state. A few points that may help (or may not, it depends what you want to do): Use a consistent stroke weight throughout. Set your stroke caps and corners to round. Use geometric shapes. Set a meaningful grid and turn on "Snap to Grid" (View → Snap to Grid). Use bold solid colors and a ...


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A few months ago, I tried a tutorial (costs $) that helped me learn how create this style of illustration. This was at a point where I was still learning the basic Illustrator tools and how they function. The tutorial spent a lot of time on the process of developing a concept and collecting reference images. Also, some of the techniques used weren’t ...


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I particularly liked this icon from Gallop Management showing the flow of clear communication. Clear communication requires the receiver to repeat back the message in their own words to ensure understanding. It's a only way to be sure a message was received accurately. I think I would prefer it revised with speech bubbles.



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