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What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial you will learn how to create Latvian signs in Adobe Illustrator and animate them in Adobe After Effects. To make it more fun, I will show you the basics of how to create a small motion for your shapes and lines. I will not show you the whole process, just enough to get you started.
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial we’ll go through the process of drawing a simple autumn scene with a cartoon-style hunting dog. We’ll be using the versatile drawing tools of Adobe Illustrator and custom artistic brushes to create a subtle textured effect on the fur of our spaniel, making it look more interesting and realistic. Let’s get started! 1. Draw the Basic Parts of the Dog Step 1 Let’s start from the head of our dog by making an
Keep things simple with basic shapes and transparent objects and create a vector Geometric Alphabet with this quick tutorial on a geometric text effect!
What You’ll Be Creating Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) is a Mexican holiday that celebrates the spirit and honors the memory of the friends and family members who have died. Marigold is the traditional flower used in the celebration of the Day of the Dead, as well as in the decoration of the Sugar Skulls, which are the most popular symbol of that day. This tutorial will show you how to create simple marigold flowers, and use them with a couple of brushes, textures, layer styles, and shape settings, in order to create a Day of the Dead sugar skull-inspired text effect. Let’s get started! Tutorial Assets The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial. Aka Posse
In today’s tutorial we will create a Haunted House Halloween Vector poster in flat design style. This style is characterized by minimalism, the lack of gradient fills, textures, and use of elementary forms for the construction of all objects. So let’s get started!
What You’ll Be Creating Today’s tutorial is a little special since it’s a part of a larger series meant to show some love for all of you Wizard of Oz fans out there. We’re going to recreate a character from the story, and not just any character—we’re going to have the honor of building Tin Man. We are going to be using some of Adobe Illustrator’s basic shapes combined with the Pen Tool, but you shouldn’t worry, because the process is really straightforward. So if you have some basic Illustrator knowledge, you should ace it! OK, let’s jump into Illustrator and start creating! 1. Set Up the Document First things first, let’s start by creating a New Document by either going to…
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How to Create Tin Man From The Wizard of Oz Using Adobe Illustrator
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What You’ll Be Creating Do you want to make your flat objects look more intricate and detailed? Follow this tutorial and learn how to create a stylish retro pocket camera, mastering the gradients for lights and shadows and using the built-in Adobe Illustrator swatches for a semi-realistic surface texture! If you enjoy creating flat-style objects with realistic details and would like to learn some new techniques about using and modifying basic shapes, mastering gradients, creating and applying textures, then I invite you to join the Creating Flat Workspace Elements for Advertisements course! From there you will
What You’ll Be Creating Every season of the year has its own enchanting beauty! Autumn is one of my favorites: red and golden leaves, blue sky reflecting in the puddles, people walking in the rain with colorful umbrellas. Let’s get inspired and create a cozy autumn illustration with a cute girl in gumboots, holding an umbrella. We’ll be using various drawing tools of Affinity Designer and decorate our image with custom patterns. Let’s get started! 1. Create the Base Using Your Sketch Step 1 We’ll be using this sketch of a girl, which was drawn on a sheet of office paper, using a pencil, and then scanned. You can make your own sketch, or just click the right mouse button on the screenshot below and save it to your hard drive. Step 2 Create a New Document of 600 x 800 px size, RGB Colour Mode . Use the Place Image Tool in the
What You’ll Be Creating Summer is a great season to uncover your bike and go cycling down the road! There is still a whole summer month ahead, so let’s take a ride through the exciting process of creating of a flat-style children’s bicycle in Adobe Illustrator, using simple shapes, options from the Stroke panel, and various Pathfinder operations. Let’s start! 1.