Apr 07, 2011 — 7 comments
In this tutorial we are going to show you how to use Transfuchsian’s sketch brushes to create a swirly hand drawn background in Illustrator in just a few minutes.
Trying to catch a puffin on camera, especially if you’re on a moving boat, can prove quite tricky, so today I'm going to show you how to make your very own puffin in Illustrator with this tutorial.
Thought some of you might like to see my process for designing a character. This one is filled with cocoa love and chocolaty goodness. I’ll take the concept from sketch through to vector final. You’ll learn the process of making a fun loving character based on a clear concept. Also, a quick warning – you may be overcome by the urge to consume copious amounts of chocolate by reading this, but fortunately it’s all part of the creative process.
Today I am introducing the first tutorial devoted to work with WidthScribe. This new plugin has a number of unique features that vector editors ever never previously offered. Now we are able to change the width of a selection of paths, applying the Width Gradient Tool to them or affect one or more paths locally using the Width Brush Tool.
How to Create a Web Site Mascot
How to Illustrate a Cute Emo Kid
Create a Milk Bottle with a Funny Cow Label
This cute Mascot Design tutorial is explained properly in a step by step way and from start to finish, in this tutorial you will learn how to correctly apply proper drawing principles and on demand tips, tricks and techniques, to make your character really pop up.
I created this tutorial which will walk you through the making of this page , illustration was first sketched , i will admit that the final image changed considerably from the initial sketches but below you will find some step by step making of the splash page with little description and the details of the tools involved.
In this tutorial, we’re going to use Illustrator (and a bit of Photoshop) to create an image that looks roughly hand-drawn on textured paper. We’ll be creating a camera illustration in this rough sketchy style.
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