Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
In the second part of the tutorial we will color the vector objects of the Clothes Zipper using traditional techniques, and create a fabric texture with the help of Phantasm. The Width Selector Tool (part of the great WidthScribe plug-in) will help us create highlights. Find out more at the jump!
In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a simple social tooltip element in Adobe Illustrator.
In today’s tutorial we’ll talk about all the methods of deformation of objects with the help of the Envelope Distort feature.
In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a simple photos icon in Adobe Illustrator.
Create a Tasty Ribbon in Adobe Illustrator!
In this tutorial I have created a vector tree from a source photograph. I have prepared the image in Photoshop before taking it in to illustrator. I have then vectorised the tree using the image trace tool and isolated it. I have also included a demonstration video
In this tutorial we will create some cool Bokeh, quick and easy using simple gradients and blending modes.
In this tutorial we will create cool rays with gradients without using ANY transparency settings, ideal for .eps files, which do not have a support for gradient-on-gradient transparency.
In this tutorial we will learn how to make accurate vector constructions using Arc start-end direction Tool, Dynamic Corners Tool, Dynamic Shapes Tool, Line tangent to two paths Tool, PathScribe Tool, Snap to Collisions Tool and Rotate At Collision Tool. Such an arsenal of wonderful tools provides us with complete control and comfort while creating Clothing Zippper.
In today’s tutorial we will take a look at a new way of creating vector wooden texture in Adobe Illustrator. The technique that is covered here has become possible thanks to the use of the WidthScribe plug-in that allows you to work efficiently with variable width paths
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