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What You’ll Be Creating At some point in our lives, every artist keeps a sketchbook. Whether you’re more of a doodler or have a knack for fabulous detail, journals are a great resource to get out all your creative energy! We want you to join us in having fun with this project, using everyday things you already have around the house. I and some other great instructors will help steer the way by picking exciting challenges for you to tackle, but we do want you to feel free in letting your imagination run wild!
What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a detailed cigarette pattern brush and how to use it to make a neat text effect in Adobe Illustrator.
What is design theory and how can you put it to work for you? I’ll cover the design principles that propel good design to great design. Superficial instruction, where you’re simply told what to do to get a specific result has its place, but you won’t find any of that here—only principles squarely aimed at applying design fundamentals to increase the effectiveness of your work. Take a look.
What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a simple darts arrow illustration in Adobe Illustrator.
Adobe products are synonymous with the design and illustration world. They can, however, be expensive for designers, whether professional or not.
What You’ll Be Creating Today we bring you a new community project inspired by the fun “Wreck It” journal challenges you may have seen on the web.
What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a detailed monster character in Adobe Illustrator. For starters you will learn how to set up a simple grid and how to create the main body shape using basic tools and effects. Using basic blending and vector shape building techniques along with a simple blend, you will learn how to add shading and highlights for that body shape.
Have you ever looked at something and thought, “That would look awesome in vector,” but didn’t know where to even start?
What You’ll Be Creating We all used to draw as kids. It was easy back then, no matter if you used color pencils, a stick, or your finger on a steamy window. But even then you might have noticed that some children drew better than you. Not that you knew what “better” meant—all you knew was the sweetness of praise. Whenever you heard someone else being praised, and your own work ignored, you felt worse and worse. Eventually, you gave up on drawing. Why would you continue if nobody cared? Now, whatever the reason, you want to come back, but it seems so scary. Those children who never gave up are working as professionals now, and their art looks almost magical. How could you possibly bridge that gap? Will you ever catch up on
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