Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
In the following Adobe Illustrator tutorial you will learn to Create a semi-realistic Electric Extension Cord using some basic shapes like rectangles and ellipses. We will also learn how to use add multiple fills and strokes and also we’ll apply a 3D effect to create an On/Off button.
Who doesn’t enjoy the odd cupcake now and again? I certainly do. If only there were a way to appreciate cupcakes without piling on the pounds… Adobe Illustrator to the rescue! In this tutorial I will show you how to create a delicious cupcake in Illustrator using basic shapes and the pen tool. Now you can savour your treat without the guilt.
I love food, but I have to be honest, I’m much better at eating it than I am at cooking it. After making some ‘Gingerdead’ men using the cookie cutter I treated myself to (by Fred & Friends), I decided that I would probably get better results in Illustrator. In this tutorial I will show you how to create your very own ‘Gingerdead Man’ style cookie using basic shapes, with the added bonus of zero calories!
With the fourth series of Game of Thrones well underway, I thought it would be fun to create a tutorial on how to make a White Walker in Illustrator.
Ever wondered how to create a zombie character in Illustrator using (mainly) basic shapes? Well, in this tutorial I’ll show you how.
In today’s tutorial we will learn how to use the Appearance panel and Stylism plug-in for creating a complex 3D text effect. You will learn how to use Stylism to add effects and target fills or strokes
In this tutorial we will learn how to create a weather icon using gradient fills, blending modes and the Gaussian blur effect. I think that it will take you no more than half an hour to draw such icon – and this tutorial does require any plug-ins!
Phineas and Ferb is an animated television comedy series. They are also known as “Disney’s Phineas and Ferb“. This tutorial is about only Ferb where we will guide you how to draw Ferb step by step in Illustrator. It’s a very basic tutorial where beginners can also practice this easily. You can also download the source file of Ferb at the end of this tutorial.
I love the nice clean and crisp vectors Illustrator produces and all of the little tricks you are able to do with it! Today we are going to be making a quick and simple jellyfish using mostly simple shapes and the Arc effect.
Here I’ll show you how to achieve an abstract portrait of a girl by using Phantasm and VectorScribe. These not only help to create dynamic shapes but can also restore the dynamic status if it’s lost at any point in your workflow.
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