Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Easy tutorial for designers- how to get more from royalty free seamless pattern swatches. Customising with your own colours and scaling to fit your designs.
In this tutorial I will be showing you how to manipulate pattern fills in Illustrator - scaling, moving and transforming the pattern without effecting the object.
Creating a pattern brush, even by experienced Illustrator users, causes some difficulties. In today’s tutorial I will tell you how to create such a brush. To create ornamental elements, we will be using the InkScribe Tool (DrawScribe plugin) that will help us work at our best.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a trendy seamless type pattern in Illustrator using some text and icons.
n today’s tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create a deceivingly complex yet easy to make patterned hair brush using Adobe Illustrator. You’ll learn how I illustrate braids/plaits and then how to apply this element yourself in your hair designs.
In this tutorial I will explain pattern brushes in Illustrator. Creating pattern brushes can save time and is a great technique to add to your design skills. After this tutorial you will be able to create great pattern brushes to add to your design arsenal. Lets get started!
There are several productive ways of creating a seamless pattern in Illustrator. Today I put together the best videos of the Illustrator tutorials that demonstrate this process.
We have another great illustrator quick tip to share with you. The quick tip utilizes how you can use the pattern feature in the latest version of illustrator, in order to construct seamless vector patterns. The tutorial is a great starting point for gaining an understanding of how the new pattern tool feature works, its also a step towards mastering new feature.
In this tutorial, we'll make a semi-realistic road and rail track that actually consists of one single path each. Although it looks impossible, there are not any brushes and no need for any effects to be applied, but you could use some effect if you want. The secret is hidden in a tricky combination of multiple strokes. Intrigued? Read more!
In this tutorial, Matt uses an artistic brush to make a pattern in Illustrator and then takes that pattern into Photoshop to use as a weathered layer effect.
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