Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
You’ve downloaded some nice vector illustrations for your design, but you don’t actually know what to do with it. In this tutorial, we will be using Adobe Illustrator software to edit a sample EPS file.
Cyan, Magenta, Yelllow and Key is initial for Black color, they are printable color. Today, I want to creating a pattern from those color. You can learn how to create a pattern in the CorelDRAW using the PowerClip effect tool and use only one basic shape.
In this tutorial vector software like CorelDRAW, I will show you how to draw a sunflower. It’s made by simple basic tools like polygon tool, ellipse tool, and using the basic shapes to apply the leaves.
In this vector Adobe Illustrator tutorial we are going to learn how apply Transfuchsian’s Premium light effect brushes to some text to achieve a shining light writing effect.
In the following tutorial you will learn to create a realistic 3D Game Controller by using some basic tools, the Pathfinder palette, vector shape building techniques, gradients, duplicated shapes and more.
Here you can learn how to draw realistics gold rings. You can download the final vector element.
In this tutorial,We’ll be using simple forms and Pen Tool (P) for the basic elements, as well as try out an interesting technique of making a textured fill with the help of the Symbol Sprayer Tool (Shift+S).
This tutorial will help you learn, step by step, what you need to know in order to create your own texture that you can later use on future projects.
I know that technically it's still summer, though you wouldn't believe it with all the endless rain we've been having in England, but this week I've decided to write a tutorial on how to create a seamless autumnal pattern in Illustrator. You could easily change some of the colours and content matter to make the pattern more summery, but I think burnt oranges and russet browns that go hand in hand with autumn are just as beautiful as the vibrant colours you get in summer.
Today we will review a few tricks that allow you to quickly select multiple objects in the Layers panel. I must confess that I recently had no idea about the existence of such opportunities. So far for me Shift + click has served as the only way to select multiple sublayers or layers in the panel. But it takes a while, isn't it? So let's simplify our workflow...
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