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Illustrator Tutorials

Illustrator » Drawing — almost 14 years ago
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A simple walkthrough on how to create a colourful abstract ribbon shape in Illustrator, which can then be used as an element in your designs.
Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — about 13 years ago
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Turn a Boring Bar Graph into a 3D Masterpiece
Illustrator » Basics — over 14 years ago
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Can some quick familiarity with the tools menu of Adobe Illustrator.
Illustrator » Drawing — over 13 years ago
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In this tutorial, we’ll show the advanced Adobe Illustrator artist how to create a realistic looking soccer ball with mesh objects. You’ll learn how to create reflections with the Opacity Mask. We’ll also make our own swooshes and custom brushes.
Illustrator » Text Effects — over 13 years ago
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Quickly add grunge to text with a couple of clicks.
Illustrator » Basics — over 12 years ago
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Printing Prepress Basics
Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — almost 12 years ago
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Promotional materials for the Beatles Rock Band game make heavy use of gradient shapes. Here's how to reproduce the look in Adobe Illustrator.
Illustrator » Drawing — over 12 years ago
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There’s nothing cooler than designing artwork for a skateboard deck! Follow this walkthrough in Adobe Illustrator to create your own vibrant and stunning vector artwork using geometric lines, shapes and a perfect colour scheme. The result is an awesome deck design ready for wall hanging, or hooking up with trucks and wheels for a session on the street!
Illustrator » Basics — over 13 years ago
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We will create a professional business style background, which could be used in many of your projects. For example, in presentations, advertisements, or website headers.
Illustrator » Effects — over 13 years ago
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Roy Lichtenstein's pop art comic book images are as familiar now as they were in the 1960's. They demonstrate a stylized way of presenting a photo of yourself or anything else you can think of. Using Illustrator's custom brushes and swatches, we'll be recreating a Lichtenstein style of effect in this intermediate level tutorial.
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