Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
In this tutorial you will learn how to create vector greeting card with a blurred background. Have fun learning our new Adobe Illustrator tutorial and Happy Holidays!
What makes the difference between an average design and a kick ass design? Concept, contrast, colors, line art , positioning? In my opinion, you should always keep these in mind but never forget about type.
Today, we will consider a method allowing creation of inner shadows for editable text, which was suggested by one of our readers- Prophet. Thank you very much; I’m very pleased that you share your interesting ideas and solutions with us.
Create great Illustrator backgrounds. Simple drag and drop graphics from the Nature Symbols Library helps you design a realistic piece of artwork.
Hitman is a fictional and unreal character, super powered hitman in the DC Comics Universe. This is a most popular character of cinema screen and also has popularity in game lovers. Today we are going to make a tutorial on illustration of hitman in Adobe Illustrator.
Learn how to create a vector badge inside Illustrator.
In today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial we’re going to create a cool abstract geometric design with icy blue polygonal shapes. This style of art is perfect for adding stunning visuals to your design work and being vector based means it can be used for anything from a book cover to the background of your website or social media profile. This is another really simple Illustrator technique that results in some really awesome looking artwork.
Follow this short step-by-step tutorial and learn to use the Pen Tool to create awesome hipster mustaches.
In this tutorial we will learn how to draw a winter background by using the vector blurring technique, which allows us to create illusion of motion and depth of scene.
A dozen of times I came across this question which is conformable to the topic of the present tutorial. I also participated in discussions couple of times trying to solve this problem. And only today I’ve got the answer the key question - How? I’m sure, some designers distribute objects within another object manually, but we’d prefer to do everything quickly and automatically, wouldn’t we?
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