In Part 1 of the Packaging Design series, I showed how to prepare the figures and tray for a custom package. Today I am going to show you how to complete the final product. Click the title for details and work-in-progress photos!
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I have learned a few tricks over the years on how to maximize your customizing time, especially when working on more than one custom at once. I don’t get much time for customizing these...
Creating the packaging for my Psycho minimates was both fun and challenging. I documented the process with photos, with the intention of showing you the project from start to finish. However, my 2 year old son seems to have “misplaced” the flash drive that those photos were stored on, so I will be documenting a different packaging project instead. I have a new set of 4 marvel customs in the works, and I thought it would be fun to create packaging for this set. Part 1 of this series shows how to prepare your customs for packaging.
My decal design tutorial using Adobe Illustrator is finished and waiting for you in the Tutorials section in the top menu. There is a free 30-day trial of this software available at Adobe.com. The software is not cheap, so I would recommend making good use of the 30-day trial. I chose Dead Girl from X-Statix as the subject of this tutorial. If you follow the steps and create this decal you should be able to create almost anyone. I hope this tutorial is helpful for you!
I have some more experience under my belt since my last post on decals, and I have a few more tips I wanted to share with you. Hit the jump for details.