The Bézier Game

I came across the Bézier Game (pen tool tutorial) this morning and while I haven’t had time to go through the whole thing it does seem like a pretty cool way to learn how to use the pen tool. The pen tool is a feature in a lot of design software and it can be tricky to get a handle on.

This particular pen tool tutorial is basic and visual. You simply watch the movement and actions of the tool and then try to imitate it. There will be the occasional hint popping up to tell you to hold the alt key or what not for more advanced use. It’s basically a game with levels and I love when stuff is gamified.

The Bézier Game

This pen tutorial game was created by Mark MacKay for Method of Action. And you can find some more tutorials on the Method of Action website.

If you know of any other cool tutorials, let me know and I will help spread the word.

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