Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
In this tutorial we will learn how to create a seamless pattern, using a collection of free Adobe Illustrator templates. Using these templates, you can create 19 kinds of these patterns, that is much more than the Pattern Creation feature can offer us in Adobe Illustrator CS6. We will also take a look at how to save this pattern in vector, which is especially important for the contributors of microstock sites.
I recently shared some tips with a subscriber about how to create a nautical star design in Illustrator, which then prompted me to research traditional nautical star and compass rose layouts and construct an ornate design of my own. The process makes use of lots of simple but really useful techniques in Illustrator to build up layers of detail. Follow this step by step guide to create a detailed black and white compass rose illustration with various symmetrical pattern effects.
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.
A couple of weeks back I posted a collection of free military camouflage patterns, featuring woodland, desert, urban and digital style designs. This week I’m going to show you how the camo designs were created and how the pattern file was made so it would seamlessly repeat.
In this tutorial we will learn to create abstract an compositions of dots. This will help you to create interesting effects for backgrounds. Let’s learn to simulate a surface of any complexity.
In this tutorial we will use vector elements to create a four-way repeating pattern swatch in Adobe Illustrator and then mask the pattern into several mock products.
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 the "trendy circles" using Illustrator and applied it on your design
Follow this step by step tutorial to create a flowing composition of geometric lines based on the retro style of the Mexico 1968 Olympics branding
Learn how to create visually interesting dotted tunnel in easy steps.
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