Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Today we introduce you the Spiral Raster script which converts raster images into vector spirals that look like variable width paths. Now we have an opportunity to choose one of three tracing methods and control parameters of the base grid. And the most important is that you can export the tracing result as vector files in the SVG format. In this article you’ll find the Spiral Raster script and the instruction for its use.
This tutorial shows how a realistic custom Newspaper can be made using Adobe Illustrator.
We want to show the process our vectors go through before they get to you, the designer. So we’ve made a screencast of one of our artists while drawing a vector geisha. This will stand proof that our vectors are truly hand-made and original and not some cheap paper live trace.
In this tutorial I want to show you how to create a modern abstract background using standard shapes. Then I’ll show you how to transform these standard shapes into dynamic ones. This will allow you to smoothly manage their settings and even transform them into other objects so you can achieve new artwork in just seconds.
Whether you're a novice graphic designer or a seasoned veteran, these amazing Adobe Illustrator tutorials are sure to give you an edge.
A showcase of 12 Fresh Text Effects Adobe Illustrator Tutorials.
In today’s article I explore new functions of the Pencil Tool (N). Tool options have been greatly simplified, from now on we can automatically close paths and draw straight line segments. Are there any problems with editing paths? Let’s check.
Here on Vectorgraphit we will share with you every week a new tutorial about how to create one of the new iOS 7 flat icons in Adobe Illustrator. Today you learn to create the iOS browser, Safari icon. You will learn to use the basic tools and line styles.
Check out how to change any font from oblique to upright and conversely.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a seamless heart pattern for Valentine’s Day, using Adobe Illustrator CS6. Patterns in Illustrator are easy to use, and they can be applied to fills, strokes and even resized, rotated, or repositioned within an object. Let’s get started.
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