Apr 07, 2011 — 6 comments
In this tutorial we will learn how to create a tennis ball using 3D modeling, Wrinkle Tool, Scatter Brush and gradient fills in Adobe Illustrator. This tutorial also covers some features of the VectorScribe plugin that will make our work more convenient and quick.
You will use Meshes, Gradients and Blends for creating the resulted picture. The skills you will learn here can easily be transferred to creating various objects. So let’s get started!
This work is a common project created together with Iaroslav Lazunov and Oleksandr Iegupov. We have used Meshes, Art brushes, and Blends to create the final work. The skills you will learn here can easily be transferred to creating various objects. So let’s get started!
I’ve seen a lot of gear wheels created by artists. Most of them have nothing to do with a real gear wheel. In this tutorial we will learn how to create gears which much closer resemble true gears. It is not hard to do if you are using the Dynamic Shapes Tool and PathScribe Tool (both part of the VectorScribe Studio plugin). Besides creating the shape, you will learn how to create a three-dimensional image and learn how to create a conic gradient. Let’s get started!
Shortcuts for VectorScribe (PathScribe) : Part 1 Shortcuts for VectorScribe (PathScribe) : Part 1 The VectorScribe plugin is oriented towards ensuring the creation of your vector masterpieces is easier, faster and more flexible. I hope you have already experienced it.Today’s article is devoted to the PathScribe tool using keyboard shortcuts. This information, along with the instructional product movies, will help you create vector artwork using the keyboard like a piano…
Today we launch a series of articles dealing with the operation of VectorScribe tools using keyboard shortcuts. This information, along with the instructional product movies, will help you create vector artwork using the keyboard like on a piano…
A very cute and simple tutorial showing how easy it is to create a character using basic tools
Vector artists often use raster images in their works as a reference. To create a color palette based on a raster image is always a laborious process; it is necessary to use the Eyedropper Tool and rely on your "sense of color” in order to feel whether that was the right pixel that you got with this tool. In this tutorial, I’m suggesting a method that will make this job automatic.
Like Photoshop, there are many tools within illustrator that are often overlooked. So we decided to put together this handy guide of 25 essential tips for Adobe Illustrator.
In this tutorial we will learn how to create a realistic vector denim texture. It’s easier than it might seem at first sight, and I think it can be done by those who are taking their first steps into the world of vector graphics. Creation of other elements of this tutorial is more advanced, although I tried to describe each step clearly. Let’s continue at it’s an interesting and useful tutorial…
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