Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
This tutorial will show how to create a near realistic shield with swords by easily creating shapes using VectorScribe2 and then enhancing them with Phantasm. Find out more at the jump!
Learn how to make realistic lettuce on a cheeseburger using Illustrator meshes!
As part of a recent brief for a cycling related client, I thought I would create some gear cogs. After a few metasearches, I came up with nothing. Due to that, I decided to record my process and post it here as a tutorial. Skill Level: beginner to intermediate Time Required: 30-60 mins depending on skill level. Tools used: Illustrator, rotate and duplicate, layers, gradients, pathfinder
Shows you how to make a realistic sesame seed hamburger bun. This is the third part of the 2014 realistic vector cheeseburger tutorial series.
In this tutorial we will create a vector drawing of the super-villain Megamind. Along with this, you will learn how to observe the “hidden” technical details a design needs to alter the audience’s reaction the way YOU want.
This 5 step tutorial shows how to do realistic meat using the mesh and various other tools in Illustrator. It is the 2nd part of the 2014 cheeseburger realistic vector series.
And now we will finish up our typographic poster illustration in Illustrator CC.
Realistic vector Cheese tutorial is one in series that show how to illustrate a realistic cheeseburger in Illusstrator.
This tutorial shows how a realistic custom Newspaper can be made using Adobe Illustrator.
We want to show the process our vectors go through before they get to you, the designer. So we’ve made a screencast of one of our artists while drawing a vector geisha. This will stand proof that our vectors are truly hand-made and original and not some cheap paper live trace.
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