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Illustrator Tutorials

Illustrator » Drawing — about 6 years ago
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If you’re a regular reader of my blog you’ll know I love creating artwork in Illustrator using simple or basic shapes. This tutorial takes that idea to the extreme by using nothing by the rectangle tool to create a simple 8-bit style pixel character. Pixels are usually associated with Photoshop, but the great thing about Illustrator is your artwork is 100% vector, so unlike Photoshop you can scale your design to any size while retaining those blocky 8-bit characteristics.
Illustrator » Drawing — over 5 years ago
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We want to show the process our vectors go through before they get to you, the designer. So we’ve made a screencast of one of our artists while drawing a vector geisha. This will stand proof that our vectors are truly hand-made and original and not some cheap paper live trace.
Illustrator » Drawing — about 9 years ago
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In this tutorial, we'll learn how to create a suitcase tag with the help of the 3D tools. Learn how to make a custom, seamless, vector pattern quickly. We’ll use numerous 3D and layer effects, as well as warping, simple shape creation, pathfinder tools, and more.
Illustrator » Drawing — over 10 years ago
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How to Create a Classic Vector Painting with Watercolor Washes and Line Art
Illustrator » Drawing — over 8 years ago
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Follow this step by step design tutorial to create a simple vector mechanic character in Illustrator. We’ll build the basic shape of the character using simple shapes, then slowly build up the details with a range of linework. To finish off the character we’ll fill the design with colour then add a few touches of shading and highlighting.
Illustrator » Drawing — over 9 years ago
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With this tutorial, learn how to apply some effects not often used in Illustrator, like the Chrome effect, which is used to create metallic look with a realistic aspect. Also, notable in this tutorial is the use of Texturizer to create toast texture. We will also use 3D effect and the Mesh tool, which bring depth to the this illustration.
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