Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
A dozen of times I came across this question which is conformable to the topic of the present tutorial. I also participated in discussions couple of times trying to solve this problem. And only today I’ve got the answer the key question - How? I’m sure, some designers distribute objects within another object manually, but we’d prefer to do everything quickly and automatically, wouldn’t we?
Today we will be learning how to create a shiny Infinity sign in Adobe Illustrator. Our tool of choice will be the Pen Tool.
Why do so many graphic artists still fumble horribly when it comes to promoting social media with print ads?
In today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial we’re going to create a cute cartoon style space scene illustration using simplified vector shapes and solid bold colours. We’ll be using a variety of tools and techniques which makes this a great tutorial for Illustrator newcomers. See how complete illustrations are built by combining lots of individually drawn elements.
If you want to learn Adobe Illustrator, this Halloween Pumpkin step-by-step tutorial is the right one for you to start. Following this tutorial, you will learn to create a simple Halloween Pumpkin Icon with the Basic Tools, the Pen Tool, the Pathfinder Panel and Gradients.
Nobody wants to be the one person to miss out on the latest trends, but keeping up with fads isn’t always an indication of quality.
In this tutorial we’ll find out how to create Halloween T-shirt design. I’ll draw with you for a little bit, and then we’ll turn our sketch into a vector pumpkin. Have fun learning our new Adobe Illustrator tutorial and Happy Halloween!
Today we are going to learn, how to create Thor’s Hammer, the Mjölnir. In this tutorial you will learn the basics of 3D Effects, to use gradients and other basic Tools.
Draw a simple but beautiful flower. Use the Polygon Tool and Pucker & Bloat filter and other effects to achieve artistic results.
In this tutorial, we’ll find out how to create a realistic vector leaf which can be always used in your future projects. This leaf is essentially universal, i.e. you can always change its color and form. It might seem to you that it’s created with the help of the Gradient Mesh. But nope, it’s not the case. I used plain gradient fills.
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