Glow Fish Studios of Wyandotte, Michigan is a glowing beacon of Midwestern creative goodness. With a wide range of classes to spark your inner light – including drawing, painting, glass beads, stamped metal, wirework, resin, seed beads, precious metal clay (PMC), jewlery design and metal working – you’ll be hooked in no time flat. Glow Fish’s whimsical round sticker delivers its metaphor with a bright yellow background and a glowing white fish, surrounded by black Copperplate text set on an arc. You can’t help but be instantly attracted to the happy little critter. If you’ve ever dreamed of creating your own custom-designed jewelery, now’s the time to follow the light and swim on over to Glow Fish Studios to make those dreams a reality. Not feeling particularly crafty today? Not to worry! The Glow Fish store has a “unique variety of jewelry, statuary, home decor, cards and other functional art from all over the world.” Wondering how to make your type go roundy-round? Check out our handy tutorial on how to set text around a circle in Adobe Illustrator: Want to trim your drawing to the exact dimensions of the art board in Adobe Illustrator? Here’s a quick step-by-step … While some folks are perfectly happy with Adobe Illustrator’s “factory” default settings, a custom default fill and stroke can help to increase your productivity (and ease your creative flow). While the StickerGiant Art Department runs on Apple Macintosh computers using Adobe Creative Suite software, we’re always glad to receive artwork files from folks that are working on Microsoft Windows PCs and in other software applications. These two simple checks will help ensure that your sticker order flies off the press and into your mailbox in record time. Want to save time in Adobe Illustrator when performing repetitive tasks? You can automate many procedures by creating an Action. This function can be extremely powerful when used on batches of files. Illustrator ships with a slew of Actions pre-installed. You can create a new Action by modifying one of the standard options or by building one from scratch. In this video tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a simple Action: centering all objects on the art board. In order to fill a shape with an image, you’ll need to use a clipping mask. Clipping mask sets consists of two components: the clipping path (shape) and the underlying image. Only vector objects may be used as the mask, although any type of artwork can be masked (bitmaps and/or vectors). Source.