I love working in Illustrator, but every once and a while, I need to export PSD files from Illustrator. Illustrator gives you the ability to export to Photoshop while preserving important information. You can export Layers , Color Profiles , Resolution Specification , and Text Preservation . This is great for exporting website wireframes or sprucing up illustrations. Export PSD Files from Illustrator To export PSD files from Illustrator go File > Export and choose Photoshop (psd) for the Format option, to bring up the Photoshop Export Option dialog. Here you can change the Resolution , Color Profile , Layer Options , Text Edibility , and so on. One thing to note is that your Document Color Mode has to match the Color Model in the export options for the ability to Write Layers . The post Simple How To: Export PSD Files from Illustrator appeared first on Vectips .
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Simple How To: Export PSD Files from Illustrator
What You’ll Be Creating If you’ve been following this series of tutorials, you may already have a neighborhood block with (slightly) different houses and cars. Let’s continue to grow our city, but this time vertically;
What You’ll Be Creating This is how it begins. You see a mighty dragon in your mind, its frightening head, shiny scales, marvelous wings, a long tail with a row of spikes… It’s so real you can almost touch it!
What You’ll Be Creating You’ll notice that most book covers will fit into a particular design template—a look or style that defines what genre of fiction they belong to. These design elements, shared in common with other books of the genre, send out a visual message to a potential customer, allowing them to assess instantly what the book will be about, and whether it’s the book of choice for them. In this tutorial, we’ll be designing a cover for a historical fiction title. This is a fantastic genre for cover design; ornate borders and typefaces merge with vintage-look images and moody, romantic colors to create a nostalgic, mystical atmosphere. We’ll explore how you can create a …
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial you will learn how to make a detailed seamless pattern without using a graphic tablet. Arm yourself with your paper sketchbook and a pen or an ink liner to create a set of elements for your seamless pattern. Then we’ll go through the process of turning our image into vector shapes, coloring them in Adobe Illustrator, and combining them into a colorful and whimsical pattern. Let’s get started! 1. Turn Your Doodle Into Vector With the Image Trace Function Step 1 To start with, you need a doodle with a set of elements, which we’ll combine into a pattern. You can use my image below, or create your own with a pen or ink or whatever medium you prefer. If you’ve created your own, scan it carefully or take a photo, increasing the contrast and brightness in order to make the lines darker and the background clean and white. In this tutorial we’ll stick to a tea party topic and use such elements as teacups, teapots, muffins, berries, and all sorts of sweet things. Step 2 As soon as you prepare your sketch, head to Adobe Illustrator , create a …
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Create a Tea Party Seamless Pattern From a Sketch in Adobe Illustrator
In today’s tutorial you will learn how to draw rather complex three-dimensional isometric icon vectors, specifically an isometric bank icon. This tutorial contains a description of the preparatory phase, which I hope will simplify your workflow and detailed guide for designing elements of the building. It is likely that isometric icon vectors will become a design trend in 2015, so it’s time to master this style!
What You’ll Be Creating On a global scale, ramen is internationally known as a delicious dish that is quick, easy, and very cheap to make. In today’s tutorial, you’ll learn how to illustrate a bowl of ramen, turning it from your everyday budget friendly meal into a surrealistic digital painting. I’ll be using Adobe Photoshop
What You’ll Be Creating In this beginner tutorial, you’ll learn techniques for creating forever scalable pixel art in Adobe Illustrator. With the use of the Rectangular Grid Tool and the Live Paint Bucket Tool, we’ll create simple, cute little pixel art icons, and then I’ll show you how to bust them out of the grid, creating lossless icons, pixel art patterns, and more. 1.
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial we’ll use simple shapes and create cut-outs and gradients to generate depth and dimension within a widescreen-friendly desktop wallpaper. Drop Shadows and offset objects join our gray and white gradients to finish this design off in spectacular style. Use the techniques in this tutorial to create a whole set of cut-out wallpaper designs, and don’t forget to share them with us in the comment section below this tutorial. 1.