In this tutorial we’ll be creating a simple mailbox icon in flat style, that can be used for your newsletter or website design. We’ll be modifying basic geometric shapes and using various handy functions of Adobe Illustrator. Let’s get started!
Since it’s now 2018, I thought it would be nice to kick things off by putting together a little Celebration Icon that you could use in any future projects. That being said, we’ll be using some of Illustrator’s most basic shapes and tools that you probably already work with on a daily basis, so it should be pretty easy to follow me along the process.
In today’s tutorial, we’re going to start breathing in the holiday spirit by learning how to create a Christmas ornament icon using the most basic shapes and tools that Illustrator has to offer.
So, assuming you’ve already poured yourself a hot cup of cocoa, let’s jump straight into it! Continue reading
In today’s tutorial, we’re going to spread some winter love by learning how to create a Mistletoe icon using the most basic shapes and tools that Illustrator has to offer.
So, assuming you already know who you’re going to be using it on, let’s jump straight into it! Continue reading
Let’s prepare for the celebration of the upcoming 2018 year and learn how to design a festive postcard that we can send to our friends and colleagues! We’ll be using simple shapes along with some fancy effects of Adobe Illustrator to create a festive look and add a glossy sparkling effect to the whole composition.
Let’s get started!
Have you ever wanted to create your own intricate pattern for a website background or textiles and clothes or wrapping paper? Join me in this tutorial and let’s learn to design a gentle floral seamless texture! First of all, we’ll create an Art Brush for floral elements and plants. And then we’ll be using the Pattern Tool to build a pattern in a few clicks!
Since winter is just around the corner, I thought it would be a nice idea to show you how to create a little thermometer icon with a retro kick to it. As always, we’re going to be using some of the most basic geometric shapes and tools that Illustrator has to offer, so assuming you already have Illustrator up and running let’s jump straight into it! Continue reading