Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
Learn how to create a trendy long shadow effect using a Blend in Adobe Illustrator.
Some time ago I was inspired by the beautiful abstract flowers created by Sandra using ink pen and paper. I’ve always wanted to try and create a similar styled pattern in Adobe Illustrator, but without having the proper tools, I have been putting it off. Now that we have MirrorMe, the long-awaited tool that mirrors your artwork instantly on one single or multiple reflective axes, this task should be simple!
Designing a Gothic window with complex shapes can be time consuming, but in this tutorial ColliderScribe will show you how to save time and be even more accurate.
Whether you're a novice graphic designer or a seasoned veteran, these amazing Adobe Illustrator tutorials are sure to give you an edge.
Check out how to change any font from oblique to upright and conversely.
In the second part of the tutorial we will color the vector objects of the Clothes Zipper using traditional techniques, and create a fabric texture with the help of Phantasm. The Width Selector Tool (part of the great WidthScribe plug-in) will help us create highlights. Find out more at the jump!
In this tutorial I have created a vector tree from a source photograph. I have prepared the image in Photoshop before taking it in to illustrator. I have then vectorised the tree using the image trace tool and isolated it. I have also included a demonstration video
In today’s tutorial we will take a look at a new way of creating vector wooden texture in Adobe Illustrator. The technique that is covered here has become possible thanks to the use of the WidthScribe plug-in that allows you to work efficiently with variable width paths
Follow this short step-by-step tutorial and learn to use the Pen Tool to create awesome hipster mustaches.
A dozen of times I came across this question which is conformable to the topic of the present tutorial. I also participated in discussions couple of times trying to solve this problem. And only today I’ve got the answer the key question - How? I’m sure, some designers distribute objects within another object manually, but we’d prefer to do everything quickly and automatically, wouldn’t we?
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