Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to create a beautiful wedding invitation with hand-drawn flowers using specially created brushes that can be reused for future art projects. We’ll also create a texturized background and a traditional banner.
Learn how to create a Boo style ghost in Illustrator
A tutorial on how to create a Cactuar style character in Illustrator.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a textured light and shadow using native functions of Adobe Illustrator. We will generate organic vector texture and apply it to objects. Knowledge gained today will help your retro-style illustrations look more natural. You can also apply the resulting grainy texture in typography and logo design.
Illustrator Tutorial – How to create a vector Bokeh background
Here is a 5 minute tutorial demonstrating how to make polka dot pattern swatches in Adobe Illustrator CS6. The Pattern Maker tool in Illustrator comes with tons of options, I am just outlining here the quickest, simplest way to make a great polka-dot pattern for your graphics that you can save in your Swatches palate and use again and again.
I will show you in this tutorial not only how to create type in a circle, but how to use your alignment tools in Illustrator to make sure your logo is perfectly centered. Also we will spice it up a little bit to make it stand out as a bold star logo. At the end of the video there is another little tip to help you if your strokes are not scaling down properly.
An easy to follow tutorial on how to create ribbon banners for web and print use. Screenshots provided!
In this tutorial, we will show you how to create an abstract audio wave light effect background. You will learn how to modify a simple line using Adobe Illustrator's built in Distort Effects and then apply our special light brushes to the lines.
Despite the fact that we are surrounded by a lot of symmetrical creatures and objects, some of their elements are not symmetrical. Today you will learn how to create asymmetrical objects of the illustration without removing the symmetry axes of the MirrorMe plug-in.
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