Archive for February, 2011
This is a very simple tip for the Illustrator user interface to center your artboard on your screen. It’s marked “101″ for a reason… Illustrator 101: Center Artboard from Jay Hilgert on Vimeo .
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Illustrator 101: Center Artboard [Video]
Converting Raster Images To Vector # Illustrator #Photoshop # Tutorial #howto – http://bit.ly/fkDiPG · Glazefolio Design Says: February 28th, 2011 at 10:30 pm. Converting Raster Images To Vector Art In Illustrator And Photoshop # tutorial …
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Floral background in purple. Vector Freebie
This post is part of a weekly series showcasing inspirational vector art. Although the series showcases vector art, some work might just be vector inspired, not created completely with vector art. If you have any art suggestions, feel free to comment! For more vector art inspiration, check out the Vectips Flickr Group . NSRG 2-2011 by pseudo-manitou forager 2 by MisterISK polar bear by drud-studio UN1FY by Sandro Tanneberger Serpanther and Mariachi Shirts by Pale Horse Serpanther and Mariachi Shirts by Pale Horse El King Black Bat by Blackbat13 Dragon’s Brew by Winter-artwork MK Avontoer and Zinkplaat by Reinier Rademan Santa Tupper by Dr. Zamenhof Dudleya by Chris Leavens My emo puppy by Zzanthia vector vexel FB group collab Cake Poster by DKNG AT MONOGRAMS by Alex Trochut AT MONOGRAMS by Alex Trochut Loved and Lost by leonryan.com Progression 2011 by Jonny Wan mondo: steamboat willie by strongstuff Nokhookdesign by Anukun Hamala Mattson Creative Mattson Creative Sweatin Poster by Graham Erwin Black Moon by zutto Soap Bubble by zutto Roque / Bloochy by Ezequiel Matteo SuperNova by dismecha
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Weekly Vector Inspiration #110
A good design friend of mine by the name of Stefan Mumaw was authoring a new book called “Chasing the Monster Idea” and asked me to illustrate a monster character he could use on the cover of his book. This tutorial takes you through the entire creative process from thumbnail sketch to final art in the process to create the character that would be used on the cover of a book. Methods and terminology from Vector Basic Training (VBT) are covered in this tutorial. (Tutorial Includes Notes in both ‘English’ and ‘Español’.) Keywords: Character, Monster, Book, VBT File Size: 13.4 MB
Book Cover Illustration
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Stylish Phone illustration Empty Screen. Vector Freebie
This post is part of a weekly series showcasing inspirational vector art. Although the series showcases vector art, some work might just be vector inspired, not created completely with vector art. If you have any art suggestions, feel free to comment! For more vector art inspiration, check out the Vectips Flickr Group . Good night by TokyoCandies The Boys – The Sherman Brothers by Zadok44 DDB London – Gutenberg & Paperhat by Jonny Wan Dashing Fox by Leon Ryan Lez Dreux by pyrotensive NIDO by MARTA CERDÀ ALIMBAU Matt Black Sessions by Reinier Rademan Kevin Tong Aseo by zldz Chinese Zodiac by Helen Huang Chinese Zodiac by Helen Huang Chinese Zodiac by Helen Huang Fantasy-Fi
Weekly Vector Inspiration #109
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Vector Tutorial : Exporting animated SWF files from illustrator
Man-Tsun was kind enough to contribute an awesome case study of one of his amazing illustration for the Vectips Readers! It’s really great to see the process of other illustrators! Moreover, I think us readers of tutorials are sometimes too focused on individual steps rather than seeing the bigger process of creating an illustration. So read on to get some great insight! Author: Man-Tsun Hello, my name is Man-Tsun, illustrator from Hong Kong. You can see more of my work at www.manxtsun.com and on Behance at www.behance.net/Man-Tsun . Final Image Before the digital age, my work was mostly created by ink on paper, but nowadays everything is computerized. I have shifted to vector art and feel no medium can allow me to create line art with such freedom and fluidity. Recently, I was briefed to create an illustration featuring one of the famous districts in Hong Kong – Sham Shui Po. Here are the tools for creating this illustration: Adobe Photoshop …
Case Study: District With You & Me by Man-Tsun
In case you haven't noticed, today is Valentine's Day, so I thought it would be fitting to base today's tutorial on some kind of 'lovey-dovey' theme. Follow. … We'll build the various patterns and shapes out of simple objects and modify their appearance with Illustrator's handy distort tools in order to completely fill our heart graphic with detailed elements. Vector valentine heart. Here's the illustration we'll be creating today. It features a range of vector shapes and elements …
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How To Create an Intricate Vector Heart Illustration