Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Although we cannot assign shortcuts to a particular script in the Keyboard Shortcuts dialog box, still there is a little trick which allows you to use keys to run a script. Here you’ll find out how to do it.
In this tutorial we will take a look at several ways to create grids, including hexagonal grids, which will be a basis for seamless geometric patterns. Such types of patterns are relatively easy to create; they remain, however, in demand in different design spheres, such as print design, textile design and web design.
Today we will review a few tricks that allow you to quickly select multiple objects in the Layers panel. I must confess that I recently had no idea about the existence of such opportunities. So far for me Shift + click has served as the only way to select multiple sublayers or layers in the panel. But it takes a while, isn't it? So let's simplify our workflow...
I decided to write a tutorial on how to create a polar bear Christmas scene in Illustrator to get you all in the festive spirit. We’ll be using mainly basic shapes, making this tutorial perfect for beginners.
Do you remember our last design tutorial on how to draw a vector pirate skull made by our designer Ioana Șopov? Well, she just made another awesome one, on how to draw an astrochimp. Take this opportunity to brush up on your design skills and learn some new moves, but also have a sneak peek into the new vintage mega vector pack that will be posted on our sister website Designious soon.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a Ping Pong Table illustration that includes a ping-pong paddle and ball. We’ll be using the Rectangle Tool, Pen Tool, gradients along with Align and the Pathfinder palettes to create main shapes. Also we’ll use effects and some distort options.
In depth tutorial, how to create a Gibson / Epiphone Les Paul Electric Guitar vector from scratch. Using Adobe Illustrator
Hi guys, if you’re a tech geek like I am, I know you are absolutely going to love this neat tutorial on how to create a vintage looking Macintosh, using Adobe Illustrator.
Today we will learn a new drawing tool for Adobe Illustrator called the Dynamic Sketch Tool — one of the tools of the new DrawScribe plugin. The Dynamic Sketch Tool has many convenient features that makes your daily creative work much easier. Mastering the new tool should not take you much time as it’s easy to manage and its user-friendly features are quite understandable.
In this tutorial we will learn how to quickly distribute a bunch of objects along a path of arbitrary shape. Combining Gradient on Stroke feature and allows us to influence the size of distributed objects, subjecting them to the law of linear perspective. To create the effect of aerial perspective, we use the Opacity Mask.
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