Bubble Lamp Vectors and Easy Glass Effects

lamp vectorIn this lamp vector tutorial, you will learn how to create a Bubble Lamp Vector by applying a semi-realistic glass texture effect, which you could then transfer to so many other projects. You will learn how to combine the Clipping Mask and the Gaussian Blur in order to create shadows and highlights to your lamp vector illustration, and you will also learn to use the Pathfinder Panel and the Transparency Panel. Let’s begin!

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Spray It Up! Make Your Own Spray Can Vector

Preview In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a detailed spray can vector icon in Adobe Illustrator. For starters, you will find out how to set a a simple grid and how to create a bunch of pixel perfect shapes using basic tools and effects. Once you have the main spray can vector icon, you will learn how to work with complex gradients and how to add subtle shadows and highlights using basic blending and vector shape building techniques. Finally, you will learn how to create a simple mesh and how to easily recolor your spray can vector icon.

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How to Create a 3D Vector Button

Preview In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a 3D Button Vector in Adobe Illustrator using only one shape and the Appearance panel. So awesome! In the first steps you will learn how to set up a simple grid and how to create a rectangle. Using only this shape and the Appearance panel along with a bunch of fills, effects, and basic blending techniques, you will create your own 3D button vector.

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Eureka! Create Your Own Gold Icon Vector

Preview In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a simple ingot gold icon vector in Adobe Illustrator. In the first steps you will learn how to set up a simple grid and how to create a pixel perfect group of shapes. Using a basic 3D effect you will learn how to create the main ingot shapes. Finally, you will learn how to add color and subtle shading using basic blending and masking techniques, a bunch of linear gradients and the Appearance panel.

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