Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Learn how to create geometric patterns using circles of different sizes, interlaced together and connected intersections with straight lines.
In this tutorial I'll show you how to create a complex symmetrical pattern using Adobe Illustrator together with the additional tools of MirrorMe, allowing you to create instant symmetry, the Smart Remove Brush, enabling you to remove excess points with one stroke, and ColliderScribe, giving you precision and speed when placing objects adjacently.
This tutorial will show how to create a near realistic shield with swords by easily creating shapes using VectorScribe2 and then enhancing them with Phantasm. Find out more at the jump!
In this tutorial, I’m creating an icon for a message/chat application, I’m using a “postman” bird as starting point. This tutorial gives you a insight in the steps to take from a initial sketch to a vectorized icon that is ready to be used. Resources and articles that are useful are listed at the end in References.
Learn how to make realistic lettuce on a cheeseburger using Illustrator meshes!
In the following Adobe Illustrator tutorial you will learn to create a quick embossed dynamic text effect using only the Appearance Panel in order to save it as a Graphic Style!
As part of a recent brief for a cycling related client, I thought I would create some gear cogs. After a few metasearches, I came up with nothing. Due to that, I decided to record my process and post it here as a tutorial. Skill Level: beginner to intermediate Time Required: 30-60 mins depending on skill level. Tools used: Illustrator, rotate and duplicate, layers, gradients, pathfinder
A smiley logo designed in Adobe Illustrator. Create a 3D Smiley with text for a cool logo.
Shows you how to make a realistic sesame seed hamburger bun. This is the third part of the 2014 realistic vector cheeseburger tutorial series.
In this tutorial we will create a vector drawing of the super-villain Megamind. Along with this, you will learn how to observe the “hidden” technical details a design needs to alter the audience’s reaction the way YOU want.
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