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In this tutorial , you'll learn how to create custom vector fire using custom brushes, the Blend Tool, and Blending Modes. … the look of your strokes and objects with Blending Modes in order to create a text treatment that is on FIRE. With the recent changes made to the Pencil Tool, mouse users will have no trouble following along, so fire up Adobe Illustrator CC and let's get going. …. hit New Brush in the panel's options. Choose Art Brush from the list and hit OK. Fire-017
In this tutorial I will show you how to create a tattoo styled sexy Day of the Dead girl in Adobe Illustrator. You will learn how to use your own photo as a source for a vector illustration. We will start with sketching and continue drawing using a Calligraphic Brush, Pen Tool and even Type Tool. I will show you how create high contrasts with stylish shadows and highlights. And than we will finalize our illustration as a grunge poster with cool typography. 1. Prepare Your Document Step 1 Create a new document (File > New) using the settings shown below. Step 2 Got a photo of beautiful lady…
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Create a Tattoo Style, Grunge, Day of Dead Girl Poster in Illustrator
Follow this tutorial and learn how to create an all vector watermelon text effect in Adobe Illustrator. We will start with the text and using a few manipulation techniques we will obtain all the letters that we need to complete this effect. An important part is the watermelon look and we will create this by adding multiple fills and strokes in the Appearance panel then save it as a watermelon style in the Graphic Styles panel. We will continue with the texture on the pulp of the watermelon which is also vector and created using Art and Scatter Brushes from the library. To add the seeds we will create and save our own Seed Scatter Brush. At the end, we’ll add some highlights and shadows and we’ll create a couple of juice drops in order to make this effect …
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Use Brushes to Create a Watermelon Text Effect in Illustrator
The brushes in Adobe Illustrator are incredible tools that allow you to create and do a multitude of things. This week we’ve focused purely on beginner content for those who wish to get a better understanding on brushes. These aren’t the only tutorials we have on Tuts+, in fact I’d like to share with you many of our others. Brushes Week We posted several tutorials, screen cast and written, to help ease you into mastering Brushes. Check out the ones you may have missed or revisit those handy beginner tutorials. How to Make, Use, and Manipulate a Calligraphic Brush in Adobe Illustrator The Calligraphic brush in Adobe Illustrator mimics the look and feel of a calligraphy pen nib. Let’s take its options for a spin to get everything you can from this brush type. How to Make, Use, and Manipulate a Bristle Brush in Adobe Illustrator The Bristle …
26 Awesome Brush Tutorials for Adobe Illustrator on Tuts+
… mimics the look and feel of paintbrushes. From acrylic to watercolor to oil, the style of the brush can be customized to a high degree and allows the user to create paint-like vector pieces. Let's take its options for a spin to get everything you can from this brush type. Learn More About Art and Scatter Brushes While Drawing Abstract Trees. In this tutorial I'm going to cover the main features of Art and Scatter Brushes in Adobe Illustrator , how to create and apply them.
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26 Awesome Brush Tutorials for Adobe Illustrator on Tuts+ – Design …
The Calligraphic brush in Adobe Illustrator mimics the look and feel of a calligraphy pen nib. Let’s take its options for a spin to get everything you can from this brush type. 1. Make a Calligraphic Brush Step 1 To start, create a New Document , select the Paintbrush Tool (B) and open the Brushes panel in Illustrator . Select options and hit New Brush to do just that: create a new brush. Step 2 Select Calligraphic Brush (chances are it’s already selected) and hit OK . Step 3 Let’s start with a very simple default-style brush. Name it whatever you want. Set the Angle to 0° , Roundness to 100% , and the Size to whatever you feel like using (in this case 5pt ). Keep the drop-down boxes of each option at Fixed for now. Hit OK and check out your very simple round brush with the Paintbrush Tool . Hit Enter with the Paintbrush Tool selected and you can check out the options of the tool that have some effect on the brush you’ve created as well. In this case, I’ve kept the Fidelity to Smooth so my paths are as fluid and clean as possible. 2. Round Brush Options Step 1 Now that we’ve done the super simple task of making a new brush, let’s play with …
The Calligraphic brush in Adobe Illustrator mimics the look and feel of a calligraphy pen nib. Let's take its options for a spin to get everything you can from this brush type. | Difficulty: Beginner; Length: Quick; Tags: Tools & Tips, Tutorials , Vector . … a single path rather than with each new path. Using the pressure option for your Calligraphic Brush is perfect for creating clean line art with thick and thin line work that remains scalable (unlike making it in Adobe Photoshop).
In today’s tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a complex gold graphic style which includes a reflection, dropping shadows and highlights. These all can be created with the help of the most powerful tool available in Adobe Illustrator–the Appearance panel. You learn how to create this graphic style and then apply it to editable text objects. Have fun learning our new vector tutorial! Tutorial Details Program: Adobe Illustrator CS5 – CC Difficulty: Beginner – Intermediate Topics Covered: Appearance panel, Scatter brush, live effects Estimated Completion Time: 20 minutes Final Image Step 1 Start Adobe Illustrator, then go to the File > New… . In the opened dialog box choose…
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How to Create a Gold Text Effect and Graphic Style in Illustrator
Much of my childhood included hours spent cutting out odd shapes from folded pieces of paper and unfolding them to reveal the weirdest snowflakes I could imagine. Join me in Adobe Illustrator for a fun twist on this classic craft project. 1. Prepare Your Design Step 1 Draw a large circle (mine is eight inches in diameter for printing purposes) with the Ellipse Tool (L) , fill set to null, Stroke Weight 1pt . Using the Line Segment Tool () to dissect the circle vertically. Copy (Control-C) and Paste (Control-V) the line and Rotate it 45 degrees . Repeat twice so there’s eight equal sections in the circle (hold down Shift while rotating and you’ll hit the correct angles). Align the lines and circle to the center. Group (Control-G) together the lines and lock the layer. Step 2 Add a new layer. I sketched out my general idea for the snowflake design, imported the sketch into Illustrator and adjusted it to fit in the top left section of the circle. Lock the “sketch” layer in the Layers panel. 2. Sketch in Illustrator Step 1 I find it easiest to keep track of everything if the guidelines are on one layer, the sketch on another, and…
This step by step tutorial (with pictures) shows you how to create Art Brush in Illustrator . Checkout and download awesome art brush designs.