Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
There are a lot of deisgn works that need a good text effect to be really professional, so in the following tutorial I’ll show you how to create a glassy text effect in Illustrator. We’ll learn some simple techniques to enhance our types giving them gloss and shine.
Learn how to combine body parts from different photo references for one completely convincing vector final illustration. The result is sexier than you might expect!
In this Illustrator tutorial we will learn how to create a vector fire using very simple techniques. Even the beginners will be able to do this tutorial easily. You will also learn how to create the fire banner and prepare for selling it on the microstock sites. Have fun while learning this Adobe Illustrator tutorial!
Follow this step by step Adobe Illustrator tutorial to create a simple vector ninja character. The design is made from basic shapes and uses Illustrator’s core tools, which makes this tutorial perfect for beginners.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to create an abstract audio wave light effect background. You will learn how to modify a simple line using Adobe Illustrator's built in Distort Effects and then apply our special light brushes to the lines.
In this tutorial we will learn how to create a realistic cheese pattern using reference image. Having studied the picture, determine vector techniques with the help of which we can reproduce an image in Illustrator. To create a seamless pattern, we will be using the Pattern Creation Feature in Adobe Illustrator CS6. So let's get started!
In this tutorial we are going to learn how to apply a gold lining around some black text as well as learn how to make some sparkling light effects.
While working in Adobe Illustrator we often need to pick out the value of a parameter in the dialog box or in the panel. It’s long and not comfortable to use a mouse and keyboard for it. There are shortcuts which allow changing the value to one, to ten and even to 0.1…
In this tutorial, we are going to create an abstract glowing fire explosion effect with Adobe Illustrator. We will learn how to use blends to build a detailed base, on which we will add some particle effects and glows.
If you ever tried to allocate objects on a 3D sphere surface in Adobe Illustrator, then you probably know that it is almost impossible to do without some terrible artifacts. Today we will find an alternative way to solve this problem.
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