Where can I find a tutorial to do something specific like this?

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Where can I find a tutorial to do something specific like this?

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Hi

 

I have not seen a tutorial to do "something specific like [that]".

 

I would use Illustrator, because it's vector.

  • Draw a blue rectangle for the background
  • Draw a 6-sided white hexagon
  • Use the Pen tool to draw the upper and lower shapes
  • Draw a Line across where the two shapes will have a second color
  • With the Selection tool, select the two shapes and the line. Apply Divide from the Pathfinder panel.
  • This will create a group. Ungroup it and deselect. The upper part is now two shapes; the lower is three.
  • Color the five shapes as appropriate.

You could also try Image Trace in Illustrator, changing the options in the panel, to see if that would work.

 

~ Jane

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