Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
The Client has come to you for help. They need a logo! As a designer, you will have to create logos at some point. Whether it’s for for yourself or for a client you should go through a process to make the project as painless as possible.
It is well known that the creation of isometric images in Adobe Illustrator is a quite time-consuming task that requires some knowledge. Using the techniques of today’s tutorial we are simplifying the process of transforming, coloring (Phantasm) and positioning (ColliderScribe) objects. This knowledge has very much accelerated my workflow and now I am sharing this with you.
Creating a Ubuntu Logo in Illustrator.
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Creating a Flat Long Shadow in Illustrator can seem a little tricky! The tutorial video below will go through the process on how to create a simple long shadow effect, View this video in full screen +720p HD
# LOGO DESIGN TUTORIAL #1 With Adobe Illustrator CC
Today we will learn how to create dynamic Hipster logo using VectorScribe, InkScribe, Rasterino and Symbols. Using this knowledge, you can easily create a collection of logos using only one template. This is just another timesaver tutorial, so let’s get started!
I will show you in this tutorial not only how to create type in a circle, but how to use your alignment tools in Illustrator to make sure your logo is perfectly centered. Also we will spice it up a little bit to make it stand out as a bold star logo. At the end of the video there is another little tip to help you if your strokes are not scaling down properly.
Check out how simple it is to create this flat three-line ribbon with text, which can be used as a logo.
Learn how to create a tasty cupcake icon in Adobe Illustrator. We will start with basic shapes and then add color, texture, and shading to create an icon that looks good enough to eat.
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