Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
It can be quite tricky getting the hang of Adobe Illustrator, but if you take a step back and concentrate on the basics there’s a range of options for creating great looking images. In this tutorial, we’ll take a look at constructing a group of cool vector ninja characters using just the basic shapes and a variety of simple tools, making it a good start for Illustrator beginners.
One of Adobe Illustrator’s most powerful yet most overlooked features is the appearance palette. In this palette lies a great wealth of ways to control and manipulate vector objects within Illustrator, and is even useful in creating a reusable graphic styles. In this tutorial we take a look at some of the functionality that makes the Appearance Palette so useful, and describe ways to save your effects for quick use in other projects.
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