Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Getting your design ready for print can sometimes be a challenging task. Clients usually demand a limited number of colors for their vectors and there are designers that have trouble cleaning up their work and find those tiny hair-sized strokes that add one more color.
If you’ve ever needed to remove unwanted sections of paths quickly and easily then the Gesture Trimming function in DynamicSketch should be part of your toolkit! In addition to showing how this can be done we’ll also look at how to create a vector outline using a few tools by Astute Graphics.
In the following Adobe Illustrator tutorial you will learn to use Gradient Mesh and Textures to create a realistic Mango.
With the release of iOS 7, app designers and developers needed to adjust their visual language to match the new “flat” design of iOS. Here on Vectorgraphit we will share with you every week a new tutorial about how create one of the new iOS 7 flat icons in Adobe Illustrator.
In this tutorial I will show you how to create a retro vector illustration using stock vectors and simple distortion techniques.
In the previous posts, I’ve explained how to draw the face, eye and nose. In this tutorial I will explain how to properly draw the lips, obtaining depth and volume.
A lettermark is a uniquely designed letter or combinations of letters. Learn how to design one in this tutorial.
Learn how to design an emblem logo by using text to path and divide objects below.
Learn how to use outline stroke, highlights and text warp to create a logo that really stands out.
Discover how to apply the popular flat design trend to icons in this free video tutorial.
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