Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
Today we introduce you a new useful script for Adobe Illustrator which was made by Alex Sheingart. This script was designed to perform mirror reflection of object(s) relatively to the selected object(s) and the chosen coordinates.
In this tutorial we will have the opportunity to create a fancy icon of a top hat in Adobe Illustrator. As always, we are going to show how a few simple shapes can be turned into a great looking icon.
Follow this tutorial and learn how to create a filming accessory, a clapperboard in Adobe Illustrator. You will learn to use basic tools, 3D effects, gradients and blending modes.
In this tutorial we will deal with some combination of gradient fills with the help of Blending modes, gradients with transparent sliders, and Opacity masks in Adobe Illustrator.
Do you want to illustrate a cinema ticket used several decades ago in our world? If yes then let’s get started and you will undoubtedly learn the excellent Illustrator tools and create your own impressive and stunning artworks! Open the Illustrator program, create there the new document and let's begin...
New features of Adobe Illustrator CC will be available in the end of June this year only in Creative Cloud. We will be able to use raster images to create brushes; it’s easier to manage text objects with the help of the new Touch Type Tool; to import multiple images into the document simultaneously; to convert vector artwork into CSS code with the help of new CSS Extension; deform objects with the help of Free Transform Tool using intuitive elements of control, and more.
In this Quick Tip, we’ll learn how to create a Template document in Illustrator, in a previous Quick Tip I talked about keeping your Favorite Libraries Open in Illustrator. Template documents can be used for the same reason, by saving a document as a template, it will save all the artwork, presets, print settings from this document, this way you will be able to use it for other similar projects easily.
Today we will learn a couple of ways how to create vector shadow with the help of Blend Tool, Gradient Tool, Gradient Mesh, and Appearance panel. Have fun learning our new Adobe illustrator tutorial!
It is well-know that among all the vector editors Adobe Illustrator has the most advanced means of three-dimensional modeling, but sometimes even they are also not enough. And the usage of traditional three-dimensional graphic-editors can be unnecessary complicated. However, there is an editor that allows even beginners to create three-dimension objects of any complexity only in a couple of minutes; moreover, they can be easily converted into vector format.
In this tutorial we will learn how to create a grass background using quite simple vector techniques using Art Brush, Gradient fills and Symbols. Have fun learning our new Adobe illustrator tutorial!
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