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Illustrator Tutorials

Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — over 3 years ago
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Although we cannot assign shortcuts to a particular script in the Keyboard Shortcuts dialog box, still there is a little trick which allows you to use keys to run a script. Here you’ll find out how to do it.
Illustrator » Drawing — over 10 years ago
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Witness the construction of ornate hand lettering starting with a sketch ending with an amazing final result that is all vector. Very inspiring!
Illustrator » Drawing — over 10 years ago
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Creating a cartoon or human-like caricature is a fun and rewarding project to do in Illustrator. Not only that, but if you’re pretty good with the pen tool, it doesn’t take very long.
Illustrator » Drawing — almost 9 years ago
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How to Create Your Own Stylized Vector Badge
Illustrator » Drawing — almost 11 years ago
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This tutorial will show you how to illustrate Chinese bamboo with Illustrator's Symbol Sprayer and Mesh Tools.
Illustrator » Drawing — about 9 years ago
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Let's Make a Playful Yet Robust 3D Letter Design
Illustrator » Drawing — about 8 years ago
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If you’re looking to develop your Illustrator skills, here’s a tutorial for you! Follow this walkthrough to see the how adding layer after layer of vector shapes, along with a range of gradients and a spot of texture can quickly create a great looking icon-style clock graphic.
Illustrator » Drawing — over 8 years ago
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One of my favorite TV shows of all time is Twin Peaks and one of its most memorable lines is "The owls are not what they seem." Inspired by that ominous truth I decided to create a little illustration. I chose a rather non-spooky scene set at dusk, with a curious owl sitting on a branch and some scenery in the background.
Illustrator » Drawing — over 10 years ago
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Mini-series of tutorials on how to create a set of simple monster characters. Hopefully these will be easy enough to follow by Illustrator beginners, with mostly the basic tools and shapes being used.
Illustrator » Drawing — over 10 years ago
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Last week I introduced Frankenspoon, a downloadable flat pack toy inspired by the likes of the Readymech characters by Fwis. In this post I’ll be going back through the stages of his creation, starting with an idea floating around in my brain, to a rough pencil sketch, to drawing up in Adobe Illustrator and finally bringing to life in three dimensions! I’ll not go into the step by step details of every tool use (I would be here until next year!), but rather outline the stages of Frankensp
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