Recently as I browse around I see interesting little spot illustrations in
magazines, etc., that feature thick and thin lines that are obviously
digitally made in a vector program. I really want to do this, but I'm using
Illustrator 7, and it seems unnecessarily difficult to do, with doubling the
lines and getting them to join, etc.
I know there is a paintbrush tool which has pressure sensitivity and can
sort of do thick and thin lines, but it seems hard to control, and sort of
klunky--too many uneven edges.
If you don't mind, I am attaching a little jpeg of the kind of work I'm
talking about, showing hte thick and thin line--maybe you can deconstruct
this for me--and tell me how to do these sorts of lines? I know the answer
will probably be "Get Corel Draw" --right?
Oh, and here's a very funny little website for a giggle-
Be sure and wait around long enough to download the little music file that
comes with it.
Thanks for info, and sorry for the attachment if it bugs you to be forced to