Apr 07, 2011 — 0 comments
Learn how to create a simple shopping bag icon in illustrator using basic shapes, a few gradients and a little texture.
Learn how to extract the color scheme from an image and create a new swatches group.
Your knowledge of basic functions of transformation and duplication in Adobe Illustrator can save you a lot of time. You have no need for manual operation.
In this tutorial we will consider couple of ways of creating some hatching in Illustrator which include hatch cutting along the given path. Then we will apply this knowledge to create embossed pattern which consists only of paths.
In this tutorial we will learn how to create the effect of linear perspective using the Width Gradient Tool, which is one of the tools of the new WidthScribe plugin. In addition, for the coloring of variable width paths, we will use the Gradient on a Path feature in Adobe Illustrator CS6.
Polygonal Art Style became very popular over last year. It is often used in printing, designing T-shit, cell-phone backgrounds and websites. In our today's tutorial we will learn how to create quickly vector polygonal background with the help of web based tool and Adobe Illustrator.
Today we will be talking about objects alignment using the Align panel and combining them with the help of the Pathfinder panel and Shape Builder Tool.
In this tutorial we will find out how to create 3D model of human body with Poser. Then we will use the received image as the reference image for the vector artwork creation in Adobe Illustrator.
Today I am introducing the first tutorial devoted to work with WidthScribe. This new plugin has a number of unique features that vector editors ever never previously offered. Now we are able to change the width of a selection of paths, applying the Width Gradient Tool to them or affect one or more paths locally using the Width Brush Tool.
In this tutorial we will learn how to create tender floral composition using simple vector techniques. Have fun and enjoy our new Adobe Illustrator tutorial!
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