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You might want to try editing the radius of each point individually. You can do that by selecting a point and then choosing the Rounded point mode. You can read more about this here: http://www.bohemiancoding.com/sketch/help/manual/vector-editing/using-the-vector-tool/
Place the scanned image into Illustrator. Navigate to Window - Image Trace. This will open a new window with a few different options for tracing in Illustrator. Select your image and in the new window check the preview button in the lower left corner. I would recommend adjusting some of the options (advanced dropdown) in the new window to get the desired ...
In Illustrator... Select all, then choose Edit > Edit Colors > Convert to Greyscale. Then select and adjust values for individual areas as needed.
Select the all white areas around the logo, that which is not logo. Then invert that selection and fill with black. Then add details to taste.
There's no trick or filter to making all-monochrome versions of your logo like this. I guess this designer simply drew the white contours so they would suggest the corresponding shapes in the colour version. Monochromising a logo can be quite an art.
After going through many blogs and reviews on drawing tablets I finally purchased a product of Wacom. I ordered a Cintiq 13HD and have been using it for 20 days. I am very much impressed with the product, it's working very well.
The basics from Favicons - Best practice for 2013: ICO favicon.ico (32x32) PNG favicon.png (96x96) Tile Icon tileicon.png (144x144) Apple Touch Icon apple-touch-icon-precomposed.png (152x152) And a "painfully obsessive" cheat sheet to favicon sizes/types on GitHub. Always worth a read: ...
This tool is a super time saver. Try it out! It takes care of everything for you. Upload your image at something around 800px x 800px so its nice and crisp. http://realfavicongenerator.net/ Also add this meta tag so you can name your icon if some saves to there iOS device. <meta name="apple-mobile-web-app-title" content="Website Name"> Hope that ...
If you want to do illustration in Illustrator that feels like a natural hand inked process, I definitely recommend using a tablet. You'll need to set pressure in your tablet driver and also make sure it's enabled in Illustrator. Here's a tutorial for setting the tablet and notions of pressure: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZOsqlQ7y7M Here's an exemple ...
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