Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
In this tutorial we will learn how to create a weather icon using gradient fills, blending modes and the Gaussian blur effect. I think that it will take you no more than half an hour to draw such icon – and this tutorial does require any plug-ins!
Phineas and Ferb is an animated television comedy series. They are also known as “Disney’s Phineas and Ferb“. This tutorial is about only Ferb where we will guide you how to draw Ferb step by step in Illustrator. It’s a very basic tutorial where beginners can also practice this easily. You can also download the source file of Ferb at the end of this tutorial.
I love the nice clean and crisp vectors Illustrator produces and all of the little tricks you are able to do with it! Today we are going to be making a quick and simple jellyfish using mostly simple shapes and the Arc effect.
Here I’ll show you how to achieve an abstract portrait of a girl by using Phantasm and VectorScribe. These not only help to create dynamic shapes but can also restore the dynamic status if it’s lost at any point in your workflow.
Stylism makes 8 of the favourite native Illustrator live Effects interactive, giving complete control over the options. Control over the Effect parameters is now done in a more intuitive way compared to using Illustrator’s own dialog boxes. Today we will learn about all the features of Stylism and talk about all the Effects it offers control to.
Turning a good concept into a vector definitely gives it a professional feel and the potential colors chosen can really make it stand out. It’s also a good stepping stone for some great character designing as well! This tutorial will show you how I make characters from sketch to vector and maybe you can learn something new along the way.
Learn how to create this beautiful summer glasses icon using different tools of Illustrator and enhance your editing skills into higher level.
This tutorial is a detailed description that will teach you how to create a beautiful love cassette tape using tools of Adobe Illustrator.
Today we will learn how to work with the Appearance panel through the example of creating web buttons. The ability to use this panel, in combination with applying the graphic styles, will speed up your workflow by several times. Moreover, the styles you create will be useful in future projects. This tutorial is primarily designed for beginners, but advanced users can refresh their knowledge and pay attention to details that previously may have gone unnoticed.
In this tutorial, we will walk through the process of creating a splash screen illustration using vector elements created in Illustrator and applying them to a template in Photoshop before exporting for the web.
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