bell logo tutorial

Bell Logo Tutorial by Samuel Ayobami

In this tutorial Samuel Ayobami of Bami Design will show you how he created this minimal bell logo. He goes through the step-by-step process in Adobe Illustrator to help you achieve the final result, I hope this exercise helps you improve your logo design. And you can follow Samuel on Instagram @bami.design and contact him via email ayoobami6@gmail.com.learn logo design

logo tutorialSTEP 1
Use the Pen tool (P) to draw a line as shown below.

logo tutorialSTEP 2
Use the Reflect tool (O) to reflect the line to the other side.

logo tutorialSTEP 3
Use the Direct selection tool (A) to click on all the edges. Then select each of the blue circular widgets and drag to round off corners.

logo tutorialSTEP 4
Use the Ellipse tool (L) to draw an oval shape.

logo tutorialSTEP 5
Switch to Outline mode (Ctrl/Cmd + Y or simply go to View > Outline) to make it easier to see when lining all the shapes.

logo tutorialSTEP 6
Use the Scissors tool (C) to cut away the useless parts.

logo tutorialSTEP 7
Use the Ellipse tool (L) to make a perfect circle in the oval.

logo tutorialSTEP 8
Use the Scissors tool (C) to cut the perfect circle into two equal parts.

logo tutorialSTEP 9
Move the upper part of the cut circle to the upper part of the bell.

logo tutorialSTEP 10
Copy (Ctrl/Cmd + C) and Paste in front (Ctrl/Cmd + F) the upper part of the bell and move to left a little bit.

logo tutorialSTEP 11
Use the Scissors tool (C) to cut away the useless parts.

logo tutorialSTEP 12
Goto Object > Expand. The press okay to convert the stroke shape to filled shape.

logo tutorialSTEP 13
Goto Window > Pathfinder and choose unite to unite all the parts of the bell.

logo tutorialSTEP 14
Use the Direct selection tool (A) to round off the sharp edge at the upper part of the bell so our shape can look like a bell more.

logo tutorialSTEP 15
Use the Rotate tool (R) and move your cursor to the circled anchor below. Then, press the Alt/Opt key and Click to bring up the Rotate dialogue box. Then input 32 degrees and click OK.

logo tutorialSTEP 16
Final result.


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  • Alan

    Hi, nice, but i’m not okay with step 9 to be correct you should duplicate / expand bell’s oval / then offset path, set with line size / expand circle and Then Pathfinder/cut it ^^

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