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What You’ll Be Creating Style guide driven development offers a hugely flexible approach to modern web design. In this tutorial I’ll walk you through designing a UI (user interface) kit, whilst also explaining the decision-making that will keep our UI kit consistent and reusable. Tutorial Assets In order to follow along you will need the following (freely available) assets: Open Sans font from Font Squirrel or Google Fonts Stock photo from
Last week I shared a free set of rusty logo mockup textures that I collected from an old WW2 era aerodrome. The files included a Smart Object layer which allowed you to paste in your own artwork and have it applied to the surface, with all the fine details of the decay and corrosion also affecting your design to create a realistic mock up. I discovered a few interesting techniques when creating those textures, so in today’s tutorial I’ll explain the whole process of creating an aged weathered logo mockup of your own. In this tutorial I’ll show you some handy techniques to realistically mock up a logo onto …
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How To Create a Realistic Aged Textured Logo Mockup
What You’ll Be Creating Learn how to create a completely vector illustration that has the look of a handmade linocut or woodcut, in Adobe Illustrator. To find out even more about brushes in Adobe Illustrator, check out my course Mastering Brushes in Illustrator , here on Tuts+. 1. Create the Art Brushes When creating a linocut print, artists use special tools to carve designs into a linoleum block. The raised (uncarved) areas of the block form the image. The carved linoleum block is covered with ink, then printed onto paper or fabric. Because the artist removes material from the block to create the image, this is called a “subtractive” or “reductive” process.
Today we will talk about the technique of creating guilloche pattern vectors using the Envelope Distort, Blend Tool and Pattern Brush. Guilloche pattern vectors are commonly used to protect the securities and banknotes from counterfeiting. Usually, to generate a guilloche pattern vector, designers use special expensive software. You might not have known that Adobe Illustrator helps to create guilloche pattern vectors, using only native features. Let’s see how it’s done! Tutorial Details: Guilloche Pattern Vector Program: Adobe Illustrator CS2 – CC2014 Difficulty: Beginner Topics Covered: Envelope Distort, Blend Tool and Pattern Brush Estimated Completion Time: 20 minutes Final Image: Guilloche Pattern Vector Step 1 To begin this guilloche pattern vector tutorial, open Adobe Illustrator and create a new document ( Cmd / Ctrl + N ). Your artboard can be any size. The guilloche pattern vector we’ll create will work equally well in the RGB and in the CMYK color modes. Step 2 Take the Pen Tool (P) and draw a wavy line with no fill like shown in the picture below. You do not need to repeat the exact shape of the curve – just place the handles of the start point and end point of the path horizontally. To do this, …
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Tips for Guilloche Pattern Vectors in Under an Hour!
What You’ll Be Creating This tutorial is an excerpt from a larger set of instruction found in the Tuts+ course Advanced Photo Manipulation: Movie Poster Effects . This tutorial will deal with one aspect of that larger project, creating custom rust and distress effects. Because when you are stomping around a city in your giant robot suit beating up enormous alien creatures. You can expect to take a few hits. Your mechsuit isn’t going to be pristine!
3D vector text can be a daunting undertaking when not using a program like Maya or SketchUp. Using a simple bevel and extrude effect, gradients, and offset paths you’ll find creating chrome, dimensional 3D vector text is an easy job.
What You’ll Be Creating Follow this tutorial and learn how to create a fun pretzel inspired text effect in Adobe Illustrator. We will begin with the text then we’ll add some dimension to it with the help of the Bas Relief effect, a simple trick which allows you to add highlights and shading in one step. After this, we will add some details like a few cracks on the surface of the pretzel and the sprinkles of salt using Art and Scatter Brushes. At the end we will add a touch of shine and the overall shadow.
What You’ll Be Creating You’d think that long hair was the hardest hair to render… well that and curly hair, however I have news for you. From my experience from vectoring hundreds of vector portraits, short hair has always been more time consuming and required more precision.
What You’ll Be Creating Like traveling, and designing classic cartoon-style artwork in InDesign? Then you’ll love this tutorial. In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a fun summer road trip