5G Logo in Adobe Illustrator
So let’s begin with the logo design process by launching Adobe Illustrator and creating a new document in RGB color mode.
Now follow the below mentioned easy to draw steps:
Now select the Rectangle Tool from the Tool Panel and draw a square shape of size 365 pt X 365 pt.
Turn off the Fill color for the square and let the Stroke color be filled with color #000000. We will use a darker color for the Stroke because it will help in viewing the shape properly.
Now select the Direct Selection Tool and press & hold the Shift key. Then click on the three anchor points of the square and drag them towards the center.
We will drag these anchor points towards the center because we want to convert the corners into a round curved shape.
Now select the shape and click on Object in the Menu Bar. Place the cursor on Path and select the Offset Path.
When you will click on Offset Path, a dialogue box will appear on the artboard. In that dialogue box, set the Offset to -50 pt then check the Preview and click OK.
With these two paths, we will design the number 5.
Now we will draw the shapes with the help of which we will design the letter G.
Select the Rectangle Tool and draw a small square shape at the center of the shape drawn in the above steps.
Now select the Direct Selection Tool and press & hold the Shift key then select the three anchors points marked in the below image.
Drag these anchor points towards the center to change the shape.
Now select the remaining corner point and drag it slightly to curve the shape.
Now select the shape and create an Offset Path of 40 pt.
Now select the Pen Tool and draw the lines as shown in the below image.
Press Ctrl + A to select all the shapes and then select the Shape Builder Tool from the Tool Panel.
Now with the help of this tool, add the paths to create 5G Logo.
Now remove the paths that are not required in the 5G Logodesign.
Now fill color in your 5G Logo.
So, this is how you can design a 5G Logo in Adobe Illustrator.
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