Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Creating a Flat Long Shadow in Illustrator can seem a little tricky! The tutorial video below will go through the process on how to create a simple long shadow effect, View this video in full screen +720p HD
# LOGO DESIGN TUTORIAL #1 With Adobe Illustrator CC
In this tutorial we will learn how to quickly distribute a bunch of objects along a path of arbitrary shape. Combining Gradient on Stroke feature and allows us to influence the size of distributed objects, subjecting them to the law of linear perspective. To create the effect of aerial perspective, we use the Opacity Mask.
In this tutorial we will learn how in just a few minutes you can create a text portrait using Phantasm Halftone and Phantasm Levels effects. For enlightening of certain sections of the portrait create and apply custom Art Brush. Let’s get started!
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a beautiful, snowy greeting card in Adobe Illustrator. This includes creating a Pattern Brush of tiny houses, to text warps, drawing simple-shaped holly berries and making two fills; as well as learning how to use the Symbol Sprayer Tool.
In this tutorial we will cover a technique for creating a Long Shadow effect using the ColliderScribe and VectorScribe plug-ins, which will allow us to make it easy and quickly. Long Shadow is a popular trend today that is why I think this tutorial will be useful for you.
I decided to write a tutorial on how to create a polar bear Christmas scene in Illustrator to get you all in the festive spirit. We’ll be using mainly basic shapes, making this tutorial perfect for beginners.
This script allocates the objects on equal distance from each other along the chosen path. Unlike the Blend Tool (Replace Spine) distribution doesn’t depend on the curvature of the path, besides, you can allocate different objects which are located in one or a couple of groups…
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to draw a badminton racket and a shuttlecock in Adobe Illustrator. The tutorial is composed of two main parts, creating the racket and creating the shuttlecock. You will start from basic shapes and with a few tools (Ellipse, Pen, Line Segment…) you will easily create the shapes that you need.
In this tutorial, we are going to create an abstract glowing fire explosion effect with Adobe Illustrator. We will learn how to use blends to build a detailed base, on which we will add some particle effects and glows.
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