Pop Art Vector 

Stage 1: Pop Art Vector

To begin our pop workmanship vector instructional exercise, we will begin from a line drawing of the face in close up. This line drawing could be with basic strokes, nothing excessively entangled.

Next, we'll make the shadows with articles loaded up with strong dark. Utilize the Pen Tool (P) to draw the articles and attempt to give volume and development to the outline. Investigate how we drew the hair strokes and the shadow under the jaw.

Stage 2

Pick the hues you'd like to use in your pop craftsmanship vector delineations. I picked the normal hues utilized in pop workmanship representations to make a progressively evident impact, yet you can pick the hues that better speak to your photograph (on the off chance that you made the drawing from a photograph) or delineation.

Stage 3

Next, we'll make the swatches for the specks foundation of the items.

We need the framework rule to make the spots swatch for each shading. Uncover the lattice by going to View > Show Grid. Ensure you have "Snap to Grid" empower. Go to View > Snap Grid to check if it's empowered. On the off chance that it has a checkmark by it, it's empowered. In the event that it doesn't, snap to empower.

Draw two circles with the Ellipse Tool (L). Hold the Shift key while attracting the oval to oblige the extents and make the circle. The space between the circles would decide the prevalent shading in the swatch. The closer the circles are, the more prevalent the circle's shading would be the foundation shading. Additionally, the more space the dabs have, the more observable they would be to the human eye. In this instructional exercise, I'd like them to be truly recognizable.

Stage 4

Presently copy the two circles and pivot them 90 degrees utilizing the Rotate Tool (R). Snap and hold the Shift key to turn in additions of 45 degrees. Next, draw a square with the Rectangle Tool (M) where each side experiences the circles' inside point.

Stage 5

Copy multiple times each arrangement of square + spots, one for each shading that our representation has. Presently fill each arrangement of circles with the shades of our representation. At last, fill the square with white. Presently we are prepared to make the swatches from these components! Select the main square with the circles inside and go to Edit > Define Pattern. Name your swatch in the event that you'd like, and snap OK to make the swatch. Rehash the procedure for different hues. You'll see the new swatches accessible in the Swatches Panel.

Stage 6

Supplant the shades of the items in our delineation with the new swatches. Select each article and snap on the comparing swatch in the Swatch Panel. Certainly beginning to resemble a pop craftsmanship vector!

On the off chance that you are discontent with the path any of the swatches look as examples in your outline, you can play with the foundation shading to make different tones.

Stage 7

Presently we are going to deal with the strokes used to offer demeanor to the face. This is single strokes with no fill. There are some for the nose profile, cheeks, brow, and so on. Open the brushes board (Window > Brushes) and snap on the upper right symbol to uncover its menu. Select Open Brush Library > Artistic > Artistic_Ink.

Another board will show up. Presently select one of the strokes and snap on the base brush named "Decreased Stroke" on the board we simply opened. Do likewise with the remainder of the strokes. I applied the brush to the entirety of my components in the delineation to have the edges between them impeccably adjusted.

Stage 8

In the event that the brush for the articulation lines is excessively wide or excessively flimsy (relies upon the size of your outline), you can modify the brush width. Go to the brush board where you'll discover the brush you use for the articulation lines. At the point when you select a brush in any of the brush library boards, it's additional consequently to the principle Brush Panel. Double-tap on the brush and in the Width slider, move the bolt to one side to make the stroke more slender or to one side to make them more extensive. Snap OK when you're done.