Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Follow this latest step by step guide to create a cool abstract design complete with radial pattern and alternating colours.
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create a decorative pattern in Illustrator starting from a sketch. The process is really easy to follow. You’ll need only 10 steps to create a baroque stylished pattern. Have a try!
This tutorial uses both Illustrator and Photoshop to create a cool winter background. The focus is on showing you how to create custom patterns in Illustrator and custom brushes from these patterns in Photoshop.
Learn how to create a very colorful waves element using the blend tool in Illustrator
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 this vector tutorial we will learn how to create a seamless pattern in the style of Russian Khokhloma. We will learn the techniques of creating the basic elements and steps of creating an ornament. Seamless pattern is very high in demand, as they are used in the textile industry and for creating of the backgrounds. After studying this lesson, you learn how to create these ornaments on a professional level.
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.
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.
There’s something about designing for unusual applications such as skateboard decks that really makes the design process much more fun. Maybe it’s the unique canvas size that makes things a little more challenging, or just the cool feeling you get when you see it mocked up as a complete deck. Follow this step by step Illustrator tutorial to create a vector patterned deck design with a minimal colour scheme.
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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