Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Follow this tutorial and have fun creating a vector balloons text effect in Adobe Illustrator.You’ll start with the letters, then with the help of the Pen Tool, the Direct Selection Tool along with the Pathfinder palette you’ll easily create the letters with the shapes that you want.
In-line editing of the Embedded images outside Adobe Illustrator in raster graphics editors like Photoshop using native functions is impossible. To do this you first need to unembed an image. Rasterino allows conducting in-line editing of the Embedded images in a much easier and faster way.
Today we will talk about Features Using Linked and Embedded images in Adobe Illustrator. You will also learn How to Apply Link images function of Rasterino plug-in for multiple images and benefits of this function compared to the native one.
Hi guys, if you’re a tech geek like I am, I know you are absolutely going to love this neat tutorial on how to create a vintage looking Macintosh, using Adobe Illustrator.
In today’s tutorial I’m going to show you how to make a Kokeshi-style Japanese doll in Illustrator.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a pair of Ice Skates in Adobe Illustrator. We’ll create all of these starting from simple shapes and using a few manipulation techniques along with the Pathfinder palette. Next, you will learn how to add details and highlights on your artwork using the Stroke palette plus the Blend Options and some effects (Inner Glow, Drop Shadow).
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a Yawl illustration in Adobe Illustrator. You’ll start by creating main shapes of the yawl using some basic tools (Pen, Rectangle…) and a basic blend, along with some Transform, Offset Path and Pathfinder.
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.
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