Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a Jeweled Dollar Sign. This tutorial uses some basic Illustrator features like Gradients, Offset Paths, and Divide. The image might look complicated but when you break it down, it is relatively simple, and easy to apply to other fonts and objects.
Have you ever wanted to make a kick ass animation of 8-BIT characters tearing each other to shreds? Well now you can
The band Vomit Whistle needs a sick t-shirt designed by 4pm today. What are you gonna do? This tutorial shows you how to crank out a pro looking shirt design in under an hour.
In this tutorial you will see how to use envelope tool to create a Disco Ball , You will also utilize Twirl and Crystallize tool to understand its options . This tutorial is divided in two parts . During Part 1 you will be using Envelope tool & Crystallize Tool.Part 2 will walk you through Twirl Tool options.
In this tutorial we will be creating a horizon of Floating air balloons . During the process i will also show you how to create the starburst background which you can repeatedly use in your various illustrations
Creating convincing vectors can be a daunting task. I will show you how to make wood and metal textures for a vector knife using the Gradient Mesh Tool, layering Gradients, and the Pathfinder Tools.
This artwork is my humorus take on the why do aliens abduct cows. The illustration is a vector art completely done with Abode Illustrator CS2. Here I am going to explain the technique I used in the creation of "Jamukha, Got Milk?" in full details using Mesh tools, gradients, tranparency masking and lot more.
This tutorial will show the intermediate Adobe Illustrator artist how to make a sleek web 2.0 style icon. You should have a basic understanding of Adobe Illustrator tools before you begin this tutorial, as the tutorial moves at a rapid pace.
This tutorial is inspired by Sheppard Fairey’s famous political poster series for the Obama campaign in the US. We’ll be showing you how to create this style of design. We’ll start with basic image editing techniques in Photoshop to get our guide layers setup, and then we’ll jump into Illustrator. You don’t need any fancy equipment to do this. I used an older mouse that still has the rubber ball.
We’ll be using Adobe Illustrator to create this tutorial. A water ripple effect can easily be achieved using a radial gradient. Besides this, I will be showing you how to create realistic water droplets using the gradient mesh tool.
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