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What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a colorful propeller pinwheel illustration in Adobe Illustrator. For starters you will learn how to setup a simple grid and how to create the first propeller using basic tools and effects. Moving on you will learn how to add color and shading for these shapes using basic blending and vector shape building techniques along with the Appearance panel. Using a simple Transform effects and a bunch of new colors you will learn how to multiply and recolor the new propellers.
“I know the anatomy isn’t correct here, but it’s my style”, “This drawing lacks style”, “I love your style!” We use the word style
What You’ll Be Creating The most important meal of the day is Adobe Illustrator. I’m pretty sure breakfast comes second. As such, we’re going to combine the two and pay homage to the cereal boxes of our childhood with this cartoony box design. 1.
In this tutorial I will show you how to turn your sketches in to a full color vector artwork in just a few minutes. You will need a tablet and Adobe Illustrator CC. Step 1. Preparing the sketch. After you have scanned in your sketch
In this tutorial I will quickly show you how you can build a website using Adobe Muse CC. Amongst other things, we’ll: Create and manage a site structure Work with Master Pages Demonstrate smart guides Take a look at Typekit fonts Use dynamic navigation Implement a slideshow widget Download video or subscribe to Tuts+ Web Design on YouTube Artwork by
Sweeten up your text art with this strawberry text effect tutorial. Learn how to use custom brushes and the appearance panel to your advantage when customizing typography.
What You’ll Be Creating Ever wanted to turn an app interface PSD into a fully animated demo for your clients or site? Turns out, you can use Photoshop for that, too. In this tutorial, we will design a simple news iPhone app, and then animate it for client presentation and export it as a GIF file. You’ll learn everything you need to go from idea to animated demo, all inside any recent version of Photoshop. Tutorial Assets We’ve used Photoshop CC in this tutorial, but CS5 or 6 would work as well to follow along. You will also need the following stock photo to complete this tutorial. Please download them before you begin, or substitute with a similar picture and adjust the steps accordingly: Mobile Phone
One of the more powerful features that came with the new Photoshop CC is the addition of the Path and Spin Blur filters. This quick tip will explain how to use those filters in order to achieve interesting effects quickly and easily. Let’s get started. Tutorial Assets The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial: Golden Dawn Bridge – Exclusive HDR Stock by somadjinn. Gillian’s Wonderland Pier Ferris Wheel
Washed out matte effects seem to be really popular in the Photography scene at the moment. These effects look particular cool when combined with warm vintage tones to add a classic nostalgic feeling to your images. Follow this step by step tutorial to process and transform your shots in Photoshop to create a warm washed out vintage matte effect using non-destructive editing. The photo effect we’ll be creating gives your images a warm colour cast with washed out contrast, taking inspiration from early analogue films. The effect is produced by building up Photoshop’s adjustment layers and blending modes to stack multiple levels of manipulation. Open up your base image in Photoshop. I’m using a photograph of my motorcycle for this tutorial. By…
What You’ll Be Creating About two months ago, I’d written a tutorial about drawing badgers (and some other animals of their family). This time we’re going to use tips from it to create a cute scene with a badger-mama and her baby. We’ll start from scratch and you’ll be able to learn a lot of useful tricks to create a quick illustration. Then you can use the final sketch to bring it into vector with Sharon Milne . Find a bit of paper, grab a pencil and let’s get started! 1. Sketch the Base Step 1 Let’s draw the ground first. It’s very important to define perspective for the picture, even when it has nothing to do with architecture or right angles. Just draw simple lines as if they were laying flat on the ground. Step 2 Use quick gesture lines to create a general shape of the badgers. All you need to do is to define the position of spine, head and back. Such a fast sketch helps avoid stiffness of figures and it lets you to sketch the idea before going into anatomy and other complicated things. Notice how I defined the volume of the bodies. Step 3 When the general shape is done, you should do a pose check. Sometimes the gesture looks great, but it may be anatomically impossible. Of course, you can bend the rules, but try not to go too far away from them. Step 4 Use the base we’ve created to sketch the outline. Don’t pay too much attention …
Draw a Cute Badger Scene Step by Step