Posts tagged pathfinder
What You’ll Be Creating In today’s tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create a monochrome portrait from a photograph. Today’s subject is the inspiring Aydian Dowling, who has given us permission to use one of his photos for this tutorial.
What You’ll Be Creating Wanna have some fun in the amusement park? Then join me in this tutorial and create a retro-style flat funfair scene, inspired by the Grease movie! No special drawing skills are required here—we’ll be working with simple geometrical shapes and the Pathfinder operations of Adobe Illustrator. What is more, we’ll learn how to use the brushes and the Draw Inside mode in order to apply a grungy texture to the objects just in a few clicks.
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial you’ll learn to create a vintage-style fashion illustration. The “Grease” movie with gorgeous costumes, wonderful music and a 50s atmosphere will serve as an inspiration for us. Let’s fantasize together about how an ideal dress for a dance should look. 1. Make a Sketch Step 1 Create a New document, 600 x 900 px , RGB . Change the first layer name to “sketch”. Step 2 At the beginning, let’s draw a schematic sketch using a silhouette and some attributes inherent to this period. If you need more inspiration before you start sketching, you can get lots of ideas from looking at
What You’ll Be Creating Everyone feels a certain passion for retro style! Those extraordinary clothes, those fancy hairdos, the music and, of course, the cars! In this tutorial we’ll combine our love for the 50s, cinematography and games, creating a crazy mix. We’ll make an aerial view of a stylized Greased Lightning retro car, using basic shapes, various types of gradients and blending modes, working with the Pathfinder panel and other functions of Adobe Illustrator. Grease is the word. It is a movie that represents the pure essence of the 1950s—a story of love, joy, beautiful things and marvelous cars. Those retro cabriolets with smooth rounded shapes and folding roofs. They definitely remain stylish and unforgettable.
Welcome to our Illustrator in 60 Seconds series, in which you can learn an Illustrator skill, feature, or technique in just a minute! The Pathfinder Panel Having trouble figuring out how to use the different Shape Modes found under the Pathfinder panel? Well, worry no more, since in this short video you’ll learn exactly how to use them! A Bit More Detail Learn more about Adobe Illustrator
What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to design a simple letter to Santa illustration in Adobe Illustrator.
What You’ll Be Creating Welcome to the second children’s tutorial! One of the styles that I’ve been noticing lately is the retro style. It’s definitely made a comeback. In this tutorial, we will create a seamless, dotted pattern together. It is a simple, easy tutorial which won’t take much time—you just have to create a square and few circles, cut the circles, put them on the Swatches panel and that’s it!
What You’ll Be Creating This past August, my family and I moved to the US. We have lived in many different countries in the past already—this time, we moved to the agricultural state of Iowa. We live in a small city called Ames, where many farmers and pigs hang out together. That’s why I decided to show you how to create a farmer and his pig in a countryside scene, splashed with my love for the kawaii style.
What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a detailed winter house illustration in Adobe Illustrator.
What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a wrapped ribbon text effect in Adobe Illustrator. For starters you will learn how to set up a simple grid and how to easily add and center a piece of text. Next, using basic tools and effects along with some basic vector shape building techniques, you will learn how to create your pack of ribbon shapes.