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Illustrator Tutorials — 3D Techniques

Illustrator » 3D Techniques — over 7 years ago
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In this tutorial we’ll use a combination of craft and Illustrator’s 3D tools to create a first aid icon. You can use the techniques you learn in this tutorial to create realistic rounded box icons of your choice. This works well for complex icons at large sizes and scales down nicely.
Illustrator » 3D Techniques — over 7 years ago
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In this tutorial you will learn how to create a 6-egg box (full of eggs). We will use 3D Rotate and Revolve Effects. We will also play a lot with masks. The source file is available.
Illustrator » 3D Techniques — almost 8 years ago
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Cash-in when you follow this tutorial for creating accurate and logical reflections. I'll cover how to use shading and masking to create an illustration that's worth the look.
Illustrator » 3D Techniques — almost 8 years ago
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There are many ways to create a marker in Adobe Illustrator, but this might be one of the quickest. It only takes three paths, some text for the imprint and a 3D effect to create a semi-realistic and freely rotatable marker. So let’s get started!
Illustrator » 3D Techniques — almost 8 years ago
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In this tutorial we'll use illustrators 3D tool to create text with depth. We'll give the letters personality by placing them at angles and choosing a fun font. We'll add a crazy rabbit character and unify all the colors as we add simple shading. Lastly, we'll give this fun logo a sticker effect. We cover quite a bit of ground in this tutorial, so fire up Illustrator and let's begin!
Illustrator » 3D Techniques — about 8 years ago
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In this tutorial I'll show you the process I use for creating a 3D floorplan from scratch, in 6 easy steps. This technique can be applied to infographics, such as escape-plans or to show the layout of a building that you normally wouldn't be able to see. Let's get started!
Illustrator » 3D Techniques — about 8 years ago
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For some reason, many graphic designers shy away from using 3D, perhaps thinking that it is more relevant to architects, animators and product designers. In fact, Illustrator features some basic 3D effects, which, as Jing Zhang shows in this tutorial, can be combined to create surprisingly detailed, technical-looking images. The 3D effect is particularly useful when it comes to typography. As Jing Zhang shows, you can play with the basic forms of the letters to produce really creative and
Illustrator » 3D Techniques — about 8 years ago
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How to Turn a Client Approved Snack Label into a 3D Looking Snack Pack
Illustrator » 3D Techniques — over 8 years ago
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Learn how to create a realistic vector kiwi using effects like sponge and plastic wrap.
Illustrator » 3D Techniques — almost 9 years ago
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One of Adobe Illustrator’s most powerful yet most overlooked features is the appearance palette. In this palette lies a great wealth of ways to control and manipulate vector objects within Illustrator, and is even useful in creating a reusable graphic styles. In this tutorial we take a look at some of the functionality that makes the Appearance Palette so useful, and describe ways to save your effects for quick use in other projects.
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