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1. Style and reference
Sticker in addition to being a common drawing is always important to design a sticker that is useful and simple and does not overload.
2. Simplify the design
Have your references clear and with them choose simple lines such as triangles, squares, and circles. This will help you start creating something that you ultimately like.
3. Legibility on the sticker
It is important to run the sketch through programs such as Procreate, Photoshop, or Illustrator. This will help you correct contours, color, and add
the background. It is also a good time to modify errors that you missed. The idea is that the design is legible, understood, and liked by the public.
4. Final Art
Before reproducing and using the sticker it is good to take a last look at your design, this is the ideal time for those small changes that will make a difference, define a color palette that will give harmony to your sticker. You can do this with the help of Photoshop to give your stickers more texture.
5. Final Printing
After giving your sticker a final review and choosing the appropriate size, in addition to being sure with the final product, you must place it in a high-quality PDF format, which will not lose its resolution when printing and using the sticker.