Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
A tutorial that shows you how to make a series of different type of complex patterns in Illustrator.
Tis the season to be jolly! Start the holiday season off with this tutorial on how to create a holiday wreath!
Amazing guide as to how professional illustrators go from sketch to vector illustration.
A short tutorial on creating a vector-based comment icon in Illustrator. The tutorial includes a downloadable illustrator file to work through the example with.
Today we are delivering a FREE high quality tutorial on how to draw a Vectorial Twitter Bird using Adobe Illustrator simple techniques. Actually we are just going to use 3 tools: ellipse tool, direct selection and pen tool.
In this tutorial I will show you how to create a very cool and unique logo. We will create a custom typography style using a simple module.
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to create a surrealistic illustration using fine liners, marker, an economic all in one printer, Illustrator and Photoshop. I'm going to explain how to draw the figures that we need even without having great drawing skills. Then vectorize the drawings in Illustrator where we do the most part of positioning and coloring the illustration. After we'll import into Photoshop to apply a texture, some filters, india ink splashes and some tonal adjustments. This is
Learn about the pen tool, pathfinders, and transforming objects while making a fairly basic but cool looking skull tattoo.
By firstly using the power of pen and paper a character design is created, which is then scanned into the computer to use as a base for tracing with Adobe Illustrator. The final outcome is a colourful cartoon character in vector format!
Twitter birds became one of the most recognizable characters on the web. Everyone has a twitter and we all love twitting. In this tutorial I’ll explain you step by step how to draw an unique twitter bird holding your website logo, or a photo of yours if you want.
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