Apr 07, 2011 — 0 comments
An illustrator video quick tip tutorial on how to create swirly vectors in illustrator. The techniques can be used to create swirly illustrator vectors, which could also be imported into Photoshop in order to create Photoshop brushes or vector patterns. Leave your thoughts and comments about tutorial in a comment below.
A great little illustrator tutorial form Creative Nerds, which shows you how to create an iPod icon using illustrator. The perfect tutorials for beginners learning their way around illustrator simply because the whole iPod is created using only basic default illustrator shapes. I hope you enjoy the tutorial and feel to leave a comment to let us know how you got on creating the iPod icons.
In this tutorial, we'll explore the Adobe Illustrator Appearance panel and learn to create objects that look like groups of many shapes, but consist of only one shape with multiple fills applied, with no brushes used. We'll dive really deep into the the Appearance panel and unlock its secrets. Illustrator enthusiasts will love this detailed tutorial!
You've probably used the Pathfinder panel to combine shapes and make new ones. But do you often find yourself clicking (and undoing) each icon in the panel until you get the look you want? Wouldn't it be easier to take some time and learn exactly what each function does? Here's a look at the über-useful Pathfinder panel. The Pathfinder Effects, which are found under the Effects menu, are covered in video format in this tutorial.
Learn how to draw a beautiful cosmetic product illustration from scratch. Add some glitters to finish it.
Learn how to draw the emblem of Olympic Games in Lillehammer of 1994 in this olympic logos tutorial series
Create an LED display and mosaic landscape while learning about the basics.
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The Basics of Clipping Paths and Opacity Masks
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