Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
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…
This tutorial will teach you how to create a simple, sleek business card design which will be ready to print.
Hi there. In the following tutorial I will show you how to create a simple, vertical loading bar. You will start with the background, a simple rectangle with multiple fills and strokes. Next, using the Rectangle Tool along with some basic effects and techniques you will create your own loading bar.
Create a vector stencil effect in Illustrator. You will learn how to use a brush to outline the text edges to create a nice stencil effect.
Follow this step by step Illustrator and Photoshop tutorial to create a retro style book cover featuring a stylized vector illustration of Superman. We’ll create the Superman illustration with simple vector shapes before laying out the complete retro style book cover with textures in Photoshop.
Learn to create a vector fan using simple shapes with Illustrator’s basic tools and use simple techniques like the Pathfinder, Align, Arrange, Gradient, etc. in Adobe Illustrator.
Learn how to create a vector notebook easily. I will also be showing you some distort techniques to create the page fold effect.
Learn how to draw decorative pattern borders easily in Adobe Illustrator. This tip will show you how to make borders easily using the Brush pattern tool.
Learn how to make the perfect backing that follows the contours of logos without using the pen tool. It saves time and looks better!
Quick and easy way to use blends to create smooth shading on a face
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