Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Ever since Adobe Illustrator was launched, people wondered if they could make the transition and change the way they create and develop pixel-based artwork.
In today’s tutorial, we’ll learn how to create a polygon vector portrait from bitmap images with the help of a free Triangulator web-based tool and MirrorMe plug-in, which will provide us with instantaneous symmetry. Let’s start!
How to apply a Stipple effect to your text in Adobe Illustrator
Today we will learn how to create dynamic Hipster logo using VectorScribe, InkScribe, Rasterino and Symbols. Using this knowledge, you can easily create a collection of logos using only one template. This is just another timesaver tutorial, so let’s get started!
Until today I used a couple of vector triangulators and can assure you that Image Triangulator App from Concept Art is the most convenient from all. You have an opportunity to work in three active modes. You can add points to an original image, work with mesh and with colored polygons. As a result, you export a pdf file which could be easily edited in Adobe Illustrator. Read about how to get the excellent result in polygonal art style in minimal time period.
Today you will learn how to create Line Art with the new Width Stump Tool, which became available in the current release of the WidthScribe2 plug-in. This powerful and flexible tool allows you to create variable width paths, transmitting the light and shadow of raster or vector objects. You would only need to select a preset, pick up the parameters and click on the button. A few minutes of experimentation and an awesome engraving is ready!
In this lesson we will look at features of the application Width Stamp Tool to raster and vector objects to create a fairly complex illustration in the engraving style. You will also learn how to use a custom hatching and Width Stamp presets.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a Ping Pong Table illustration that includes a ping-pong paddle and ball. We’ll be using the Rectangle Tool, Pen Tool, gradients along with Align and the Pathfinder palettes to create main shapes. Also we’ll use effects and some distort options.
Today I'm going to show you how to create a clownfish in Illustrator using basic shapes.
In this tutorial we will take a detailed look at the process of creating a glowing cosmic snowflake, using only standard features of Adobe Illustrator. We will also create a dynamic template that allows you to quickly change the appearance of a snowflake. You can use this template to generate snowflakes of different shapes and glowing abstract compositions.
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