Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
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...
Using 20 steps you will create a beautiful abstract background with 3D shapes and futuristic look.
This tutorial is for those who have a tablet for drawing. Also you can download the final result.
Here you can find how to draw in Illustrator CS5 a repetitive pattern with diagonals.
Trying to catch a puffin on camera, especially if you’re on a moving boat, can prove quite tricky, so today I'm going to show you how to make your very own puffin in Illustrator with this tutorial.
It’s been many times that I’ve noticed that some designers make mistakes creating the reflection of objects. Actually, reflections obey the same laws of perspective as the object itself. In today’s article we will talk about these laws and create a reflection of a simple object using MirrorMe and Stylism.
Today we will talk about the combination of automatic and manual tracing of raster images with Phantasm. Image Trace feature and Phantasm’s tools will help you to achieve amazing effects that you can not get by using Image Trace options only. Do you want to work faster and more efficiently? Then this article is for you.
I love How to Train Your Dragon and like a lot of you out there I would have to say that my favourite character is definitely Toothless, the Night Fury. After going to see How to Train Your Dragon 2 at the cinema recently I was overcome with the urge to create my own Toothless style dragon in Illustrator, today I will be sharing the results with you as a tutorial.
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