Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Trying to catch a puffin on camera, especially if you’re on a moving boat, can prove quite tricky, so today I'm going to show you how to make your very own puffin in Illustrator with this tutorial.
It’s been many times that I’ve noticed that some designers make mistakes creating the reflection of objects. Actually, reflections obey the same laws of perspective as the object itself. In today’s article we will talk about these laws and create a reflection of a simple object using MirrorMe and Stylism.
Today we will talk about the combination of automatic and manual tracing of raster images with Phantasm. Image Trace feature and Phantasm’s tools will help you to achieve amazing effects that you can not get by using Image Trace options only. Do you want to work faster and more efficiently? Then this article is for you.
I love How to Train Your Dragon and like a lot of you out there I would have to say that my favourite character is definitely Toothless, the Night Fury. After going to see How to Train Your Dragon 2 at the cinema recently I was overcome with the urge to create my own Toothless style dragon in Illustrator, today I will be sharing the results with you as a tutorial.
Creating an online profile or avatar can be daunting and if you are not comfortable representing yourself on the web, why not create a fun caricature instead? This simple tutorial will show you how to cartoonize yourself, feel free to explore!
In this tutorial we are going to use Adobe Illustrator’s 3D Extrude and Bevel feature to create a retro geometric abstract cube background.
In this Tutorial, we are going to create a wallpaper that you can use on your desktop with some simple and easy steps with Adobe Illustrator.
In the following Adobe Illustrator tutorial you will learn to Create a simple 3D Vector Button using ellipses and 3D effects. We will also learn how to add multiple fills and also how to combine multiple Blending Modes in order to create some interesting effects.
Check out how simple it is to create this flat three-line ribbon with text, which can be used as a logo.
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