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Illustrator Tutorials

Illustrator » Effects — about 8 years ago
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I've always been fascinated by smoke, and have experimented a lot with it. So in this tutorial, I explain how to create realistic smoke, make it into a brush and use it for type. Let's light up our vector cigarettes and get started smokin'!
Illustrator » Basics — over 8 years ago
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Put Together and Print a Business Card with UPrinting
Illustrator » Effects — about 10 years ago
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Make different shadow styles in coreldraw.
Illustrator » Drawing — over 9 years ago
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This can be made for Lunar new year occasion
Illustrator » Basics — over 10 years ago
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Opacity Masks are all over the web. Here's a short tutorial on how they work in Illustrator and how you can use them in your designs.
Illustrator » Effects — over 9 years ago
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A video tutorial that explains how to achieve the popular swirly lines effect in Adobe illustrator.
Illustrator » Drawing — over 9 years ago
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In this tutorial, we’ll show the inspired Adobe Illustrator artist how to create a retro style poster. We’ll learn how to create shapes by using the Pathfinder tools, by joining paths, and by applying graphic patterns. We will also take advantage of the Appearance Palette and have some fun with applying multiple strokes to objects.
Illustrator » Drawing — almost 9 years ago
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Christmas is coming soon, so I thought I’d make a quick tutorial on how to create a Christmas decoration (globe) icon in Illustrator. You should be able to use this both in large size and small size (e.g. 32×32 pixel icons).
Illustrator » Drawing — about 9 years ago
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How to Create a Transparent Battery Icon
Illustrator » Drawing — about 8 years ago
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There are numerous ways that you could approach using a reference photo in illustration, an obvious option being to 'trace' the photo. Since there are so many microscopic details in a photograph you have to make numerous decisions on how you want the image to look in the end. Do you want it to look photorealistic? Or more stylized? Comic book-esque? Cartoon-like?
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