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Design Sketch Basics Build a Mobile Interface Layer Styling

You mention teacher's notes explaining how the tab bar icons were made; but there are none there, only a link to docum'n

Are these perhaps somewhere else? I would love to see how each of these were made in Sketch (I normally draw everything in Illustrator).

2 Answers

Christopher Downer
Christopher Downer
Treehouse Guest Teacher

There's no tutorial for these (and they were included separately to keep the video short), just the document.

You can get an idea at how they were made if you look at the document, and expanding the shapes to view the sublayers. They were mostly made from rectangles and ovals, and the pen tool was used when drawing 'My Profile' (hit enter on the 'path' sublayer to view its points),

Oh right I see, I misunderstood. Will do that, thanks.