Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
I know that technically it's still summer, though you wouldn't believe it with all the endless rain we've been having in England, but this week I've decided to write a tutorial on how to create a seamless autumnal pattern in Illustrator. You could easily change some of the colours and content matter to make the pattern more summery, but I think burnt oranges and russet browns that go hand in hand with autumn are just as beautiful as the vibrant colours you get in summer.
Here you can find how to draw in Illustrator CS5 a repetitive pattern with diagonals.
Learn how to create geometric patterns using circles of different sizes, interlaced together and connected intersections with straight lines.
In this tutorial I'll show you how to create a complex symmetrical pattern using Adobe Illustrator together with the additional tools of MirrorMe, allowing you to create instant symmetry, the Smart Remove Brush, enabling you to remove excess points with one stroke, and ColliderScribe, giving you precision and speed when placing objects adjacently.
There’s a simple way of creating seamless repeating patterns like these. Let me show you how I created these shapes for geometric patterns using the "Constrain Distance” feature of the InkScribe plug-in together with the "Protractor” tool from VectorScribe!
Learn how to design a typographic poster design in Illustrator CC. Part 1.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a seamless heart pattern for Valentine’s Day, using Adobe Illustrator CS6. Patterns in Illustrator are easy to use, and they can be applied to fills, strokes and even resized, rotated, or repositioned within an object. Let’s get started.
In the following Adobe Illustrator tutorial you will learn to use Gradient Mesh and Textures to create a realistic Mango.
Create great Illustrator backgrounds. Simple drag and drop graphics from the Nature Symbols Library helps you design a realistic piece of artwork.
In today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial we’re going to create a cool abstract geometric design with icy blue polygonal shapes. This style of art is perfect for adding stunning visuals to your design work and being vector based means it can be used for anything from a book cover to the background of your website or social media profile. This is another really simple Illustrator technique that results in some really awesome looking artwork.
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