Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Today’s Illustrator tutorial is perfect for beginners. You don’t need to be a master illustrator to create cool artwork, just using simple shapes and limiting yourself with a small colour palette can result in some great designs and artworks. In this tutorial we’ll use Illustrator’s basic shapes and tools to create a stylized landscape scene illustration then finish it off in Photoshop with the addition of some texturing.
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
Follow this step by step Illustrator tutorial to create a grumpy Internet troll character. We’ll start the process with a basic pencil sketch then build up a complete vector character design with linework, colour fills and basic shading to create a funny cartoon mascot.
In this tutorial we will learn how to create various vector textures using the Scribble effect, Scatter Brush, Graphic Styles palette and Appearance palette. Let’s get started!
Beautiful patterns can be easily created by duplicating basic shapes with a simple colour scheme. This tutorial explains the process of creating a trendy chevron background pattern using Illustrator’s vector shape tools. We’ll then take the design over to Photoshop to add some extra polish and really bring the pattern to life with subtle gradients and texture effects.
All tutorials can be separated into two types according to the method of their production. These are written tutorials and video tutorials. Both of these types have their drawbacks. For example, it is sometimes very challenging to describe some techniques in written tutorials, however such techniques are very easy to demonstrate in video tutorials.
I'll show you how to make a vector version of the Barack Obama campaign logo, and just in time for the conventions. In this tutorial we’ll be going over the Pathfinder, Envelope Warps, Opacity Masks, and Gradient Meshes. And we’ll use a drop shadow!
In this tutorial we will learn how to create a background in the style of origami using simple and effective techniques. VectorScribe plugin will provide some additional creative convinience. Let’s get started!
Mesh Fill Tool is the most powerful and multi-purpose tool for modeling of complex color transitions. Besides that, it can contain a variety of different colors, and gradients between them will have the most arbitrary shapes, any of the Blending modes can be applied to them...
Follow this step by step tutorial to create a flowing composition of geometric lines based on the retro style of the Mexico 1968 Olympics branding
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