Apr 07, 2011 — 0 comments
Today’s Illustrator tutorial is perfect for beginners. You don’t need to be a master illustrator to create cool artwork, just using simple shapes and limiting yourself with a small colour palette can result in some great designs and artworks. In this tutorial we’ll use Illustrator’s basic shapes and tools to create a stylized landscape scene illustration then finish it off in Photoshop with the addition of some texturing.
In this tutorial we will be learning how to create a nice red pin in Adobe Illustrator CS5.
In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a simple flip clock illustration in Adobe Illustrator.
In this step-by-step tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create a Cartoon Little Girl (or Boy) Portrait in Illustrator. We will use modified Basic Shapes, Blend Tool and Art Brush (for stylized afro.
Go around the world with your ship to hunt treasure trove. Of course you will need a compass. To fulfill your imagination, in this tutorial we will draw a compass using Adobe Illustrator...
In this tutorial I will show you how to create a stylish vector calendar for 2013 that you can use as a vector art or icon for your design project.
this will be helping and useful for every graphic designer because in this illustrator tutorial we using some advanced techniques to get amazing drawing portrait..
Follow this step by step Adobe Illustrator tutorial to create a vector illustration inspired by the classic tattoo art of Sailor Jerry. Our dagger and heart design will use clean black linework and perfectly formed shapes combined with vector textures to add an element of shading and appreciate the style of traditional tattoo art.
25 Free Illustrator art brushes. Effects designed using the scribble effect. To adjust and control the brush effect on a stroke, double click on the brush in the Brushes palette for the options panel.
Today I am introducing the first tutorial devoted to work with WidthScribe. This new plugin has a number of unique features that vector editors ever never previously offered. Now we are able to change the width of a selection of paths, applying the Width Gradient Tool to them or affect one or more paths locally using the Width Brush Tool.
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