Winter season is the time of fluffy snow, snowballs and snowmen! Let’s make one, too. In this tutorial, we’ll be creating a cute snowman icon using basic geometric shapes, the Stroke panel and various tools and functions of Adobe Illustrator to create a simple snowman icon with outlines. Let’s get started!
In this tutorial we’ll be creating a stylized teapot scene for a warm and cozy scene in a trendy flat style. We’ll be using basic geometric shapes along with the Stroke options and the Pen Tool to preserve a minimalistic and well-balanced composition. Let’s get started!Continue reading
The most magical time of the year is coming! Let’s get ready for Christmas and New Year and learn to draw a stylised isometric Christmas present in Adobe Illustrator using its tools for creating isometric objects and patterns! This is a good opportunity to try out modeling a simple isometric object as this style is still trendy. Let’s begin!
The magical time of winter holidays is approaching! Let’s get prepared and design a simple festive postcard that we can send to our nearest and dearest. We’ll be using basic geometric shapes to create a clean and stylish design. Let’s begin!Continue reading
Have you ever been to London? In this tutorial we are going to create a lovely stylised postage stamp with one of the most prominent symbols of the UK, the clock tower known as Big Ben. We’ll be using basic geometric shapes to create a recognizable silhouette with flat-style simplified details. Let’s begin!Continue reading
Are you excited to celebrate a magical holiday with pumpkins and fancy costumes? Follow this tutorial to create a lovely cartoon Halloween witch! We’ll be using simple geometric shapes and colourful gradients to make an appealing character in a simple and trendy style. Let’s begin!Continue reading
In this tutorial we’ll be creating a balanced and relaxing composition of two vibrant Koi carps. Apart from using simple geometric shapes, we’ll be creating our own brush and learning how to modify the elements to create flowing wavy lines. Let’s begin!Continue reading