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.
In this tutorial, which was created in collaboration with a professional illustrator, Alexander Onica, we will share the secrets of creating modern cartoon style vectors. Many effective techniques described here will allow you to achieve excellent results.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create an adorable rabbit delivering a bouquet of tulips just using basic shapes. You’ll also learn to recolor the flowers in one easy step. Once you finish, you will have a lovely spring illustration on your art board.
This tutorial isn’t the sexiest thing ever, but it’s extremely useful if you work on multiple machines, need to share digital assets with clients + fellow designers, are a super organized person looking to be more digitally organized, or have an old computer you’re in constant fear will crap out on you at any moment.
In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to use Illustrator’s Image Trace (in legacy versions it’s known as Live Trace) to create a quick and surreal portrait scene as well as a fun way to create clouds.
In this tutorial, we’re going in the opposite direction with 3 different layouts of a playful, fun and whimsical hand addressed envelope.
In the following steps you will learn how to create a simple map design in Adobe Illustrator. For starters you will create the main map shapes using a free SVG file and basic vector shape-building techniques. Next, using the Pen Tool, stroke tricks and graphic styles, you will create a set of paths.
This illustration to your own greeting card, t-shirt, or anything else you can think of. Moreover, you can apply this tutorial to other illustrations and logos.
In this tutorial, we’ll be using a variety of tools in Illustrator (including the Pen, Pencil, and Pathfinder tools, among others) to create easy vector illustrations. We’ll also modify some stylish typefaces to complete our design.
In this tutorial, Brazilian artist Breno Bitencourt reveals how to quickly and easily create a mandala using Adobe Illustrator’s vector drawing tools.
In this Illustrator tutorial, I am going to show you how to use Transfuchsian’s hand drawn sketch brushes to quickly draw out a bowl of hand drawn noodles. Before we begin, you will need to purchase and download Transfuchsian’s sketch brushes.
The initial sketch is included as a download for you to work along with. The masterclass draws on vector art skills, exploring the power of various stroke techniques.
In this 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.
In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how I create a light bulb in Adobe Illustrator. Most of the time, we’ll be using the Pen tool, so this is great practice for those struggling with drawing freehand. We’ll also use numerous techniques and effects to create this illustration. Follow the steps below and you will easily see the steps in getting the light bulb that you need.
In this tutorial we’ll be creating fitness icons, depicting the items which are well-known by both beginners and advanced level athletes. These are a fitball, a dumbbell and weight scales. Let’s make them one by one, starting with the fitball icon.
In the following steps you will learn how to create a detailed 3D pie chart design in Adobe Illustrator.
In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a realistic cell phone by using simple shapes and gradients. I will show you working with the Align, the Pathfinder and the Stroke palettes along with the blending objects to reach our last result.
In the project files, you’ll find Nicolas’ brush strokes in both vector and bitmap formats, plus a layered version of the artwork.
In this tutorial, You will learn how to make a simple yet detailed flat-style birthday cake in Affinity Designer, using basic shapes and operations.