Apr 07, 2011 — 6 comments
In this lesson we will look at features of the application Width Stamp Tool to raster and vector objects to create a fairly complex illustration in the engraving style. You will also learn how to use a custom hatching and Width Stamp presets.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a Ping Pong Table illustration that includes a ping-pong paddle and ball. We’ll be using the Rectangle Tool, Pen Tool, gradients along with Align and the Pathfinder palettes to create main shapes. Also we’ll use effects and some distort options.
Today I'm going to show you how to create a clownfish in Illustrator using basic shapes.
In this tutorial we will take a detailed look at the process of creating a glowing cosmic snowflake, using only standard features of Adobe Illustrator. We will also create a dynamic template that allows you to quickly change the appearance of a snowflake. You can use this template to generate snowflakes of different shapes and glowing abstract compositions.
Use the blend tool to create and distribute shapes between objects for your design elements as vector labels, wedding invitations, stationery, menus and products labels. In this tutorial we are going to explore one of the many ways how to use the Blend Tool inside Illustrator.
In this tutorials, I will show you how to make an logo with multiple strokes, and gradient stroke, and how to arrange them. I recommend that you view the previous tutorial I made so you can understand the techniques used here: Previous tutorial (Comic Book Logo): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIkxk3zSawU
Today we are going to create our very own 8-bit Pac-Man style ghost in Illustrator.
This is the first part in a series of tutorials that we will be featuring, which will show you how to manipulate a font in Adobe Illustrator to create a simple, hand lettering effect. In later tutorials, we will use this basic design to apply some additional effects.
While working in Adobe Illustrator we often need to pick out the value of a parameter in the dialog box or in the panel. It’s long and not comfortable to use a mouse and keyboard for it. There are shortcuts which allow changing the value to one, to ten and even to 0.1…
Although we cannot assign shortcuts to a particular script in the Keyboard Shortcuts dialog box, still there is a little trick which allows you to use keys to run a script. Here you’ll find out how to do it.
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