Here’s another fall image I converted to a sketch file with Adobe Ilustrator. Hope you enjoy using it. The Silhouette file also has a path to wrap text on.
Download the .studio file here or the .svg version here. Please remember that this file is only for sketching, and is not suitable for cutting.
The original was a free vector from Vector Graphics Blog so if you like this file leave them some love, too.
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Susan K Espinosa (@PapaSue) says
Beautiful!!! I want to try and ungroup it and see if I can color it.
Thanks a “bunch”
It’s all open paths, Susan, so you won’t be able to color it that way, but I’m sure you’ll think of something, possibly using the original version.
Kay, this is beautiful and would be good for watercoloring (the old fashioned way!) I am looking forward to sketching it; thanks so much!
Bernadette Tolley says
Thank you for sharing!
Iris Oliphant says
Thank you, this is lovely.
The sketch is lovely. Thank you for all the hard work converting the file. I went crazy on the purchase of sketch pens and can’t wait to try it.
Blessings to you.
Such a gorgeous file and thank you so much. Thanks also for the email. You are so generous with your talent and time and I appreciate it.
I am still working on trying to get the rest of them so I can use them singley.
Will keep you posted on how I do.
Wow! I love it! Thank you so much!!
Thank you Kay 🙂
Carolyn Smith says
Thank you for sharing, and I believe by doing a offset around the image, and than print and cut and than you can color. May have to trace first, but I haven’t really tried this.
If you want to color this image, you will want to use the original vector image with closed paths, not mine which has been specifically edited for drawing.
Christina C says
This is very cool!! Thank you for sharing it!
Lovely sketch file,thanks for sharing.
How to convert the original vector image to the sketch file using Illustrator- also, how to center line with illustrator 5 ?
Thanks for all your tutorials. You are clear, concise, and brilliant.
Judith, the original sketch file is converted to the sketch file using center line trace. You will have to Google it for the software you have but in AI CS4 you basically do a Live Trace off with paths off and strokes on.
Hi Kay – do you have a process to convert to a sketch file using CS6 which doesn’t have Live Trace? I’m on a new system and cannot access older versions of CS. Any help is appreciated. Your sketch work is amazing!
As far as I know, all versions of Illustrator have Live Trace with center line tracing but it might be called something different. If you can’t find it, there are online tools like rapid resizer that can do this but with fewer controls cleversomeday.com/rrcenterline