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What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a daffodil text effect in Adobe Illustrator.
What You’ll Be Creating Less is more when it comes to designing layouts! We take a look at how incorporating more white space into your InDesign layouts can make a huge difference to your work, taking your designs from crowded and fussy to streamlined and polished in an instant.
In the following Easter egg vector tutorial you will learn how to create a detailed Easter egg illustration in Adobe Illustrator. In the first steps you will learn how to set up a simple grid and how to save a simple symbol. Taking full advantage of the Snap to Grid feature and using basic vector shape building techniques you will learn how to create your main shapes. Next, you’ll learn how to add a complex 3D Revolve effect. Moving on you’ll add shading and highlights using basic blending techniques and a bunch of simple effects. Finally, you will learn how to add a simple background. Tutorial Details: Easter Egg Vector Program: Adobe Illustrator CC Difficulty: Beginner-Intermediate Topics Covered: Basic Tools and Effects, 3D Revolve techniques Estimated Completion Time: 45 minutes Final Image: Easter Egg Vector As always, this is the final Easter egg vector image that we’ll be creating: Step 1: Easter Egg Vector First off for this Easter egg vector tutorial, hit Control + N to create a new document. Select Pixels from the Units drop-down menu, enter 600 …
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On the Hunt for an Easter Egg Vector? Learn to Make Your Own!
Have you ever looked at something and thought, “That would look awesome in vector,” but didn’t know where to even start?
What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a 3D cursor icon in Adobe Illustrator.
What You’ll Be Creating Join me and follow this joyful and meditative tutorial if you wish to learn some simple coloring techniques in Adobe Illustrator. We’ll use the Mesh Tool while drawing a cute cartoon cow, floating in the yoga Lotus Pose above a green meadow. Grab your mouse or tablet pen, relax your mind, and let’s get started! 1. Create the Basic Cow Shapes From Your Sketch Step 1 Start by making a rough sketch either on paper or digitally. You can use my image, which I doodled with the Pencil Tool (N) right in Adobe Illustrator. First of all we are going to form the basic shapes of the head. Use the Rounded Rectangle Tool with 50 px Corner Radius to make a smooth shape for the nose, and use the Warp Tool (Shift-R) (you can check my tool settings in the screenshot below) to deform the nose, making a slight bulge on its upper part. Add the cow’s lower lip and warp it as well, dragging its lower part down a bit. Step 2 Change the fill color on the nose to more of a skin tone, and add an ivory-colored head base with the help of the Ellipse Tool (L). Send the head shape to Back (Shift-Control-[) and draw a pair of rounded shapes with the Pencil Tool (N) , or use the Ellipse Tool (L) as well to add two squashed ellipses. Step 3 Let’s add the basic horn shapes to our cow’s head…
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Om! How to Create a Meditating Cartoon Cow in Adobe Illustrator
What You’ll Be Creating Are you a fan of tigers as much as I am? If so, you might have heard of the rare and appropriately named Golden Tabby Tiger, also known as a Strawberry Tiger. In this tutorial we’ll go through the step-by-step process to make our own cute little bundle of golden fur.
What You’ll Be Creating Are you ready to twist your mind and create a super-bright and playful seamless pattern with crazy characters? In this tutorial we’ll go through the entire process of developing a sticker bombing style pattern, rendering every character with basic shapes and Warp Effects and then gathering the created elements into a fancy overlapping texture with the help of the Pattern Tool . Let’s get started! 1. Create the Character Stickers With Basic Shapes First of all, let me say a few words about the actual style of our future pattern in order to inspire you and to make the topic clearer.
Advertise here with BSA Icon design is one of the most tricky fields of digital design. It often requires some understanding of composition and other art fundamentals like symmetry, lighting, and color. The best way to learn icon design is by studying under the best of the best. Unfortunately they probably don’t have time to teach you so it’s important to learn how to practice on your own. In this how-to guide I want to explain the basics of tracing existing icons using Photoshop. This requires some knowledge of the pen tool because you need to edit paths and anchor points according to existing shapes. But everyone has to start somewhere so I highly recommend using the pen tool at every opportunity. I’ll demonstrate how to trace the camera icon found in Apple’s iOS 8 SMS app. This uses a flat design style which is traditional and great for beginners. Preparing the Document To begin click the image…
Trace Existing Icons to Create New Shapes in Photoshop
What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a detailed illustration of pencils in Adobe Illustrator.