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
In the following Easy Chart Vector tutorial you will learn how to create a simple line graph chart vector in Adobe Illustrator. In the first steps you will learn how to set up a simple grid and how to create the main shapes using basic tools and vector shapes building techniques. Next, you will learn how to ease your work using the Transform effect and how to add a bunch of text. Finally, you will learn how create a simple blend and how to take full advantage of the Appearance panel.
In the following tutorial you will learn how to create your own gingham pattern vector in Adobe Illustrator, and you’ll get some tips for using it. For starters you will learn how to set up a simple grid for your gingham pattern vector. Using this gingham pattern, a single rectangle and taking full advantage of the Appearance panel you will learn how to create a menu cover that you could edit and take in any direction.
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create a chalkboard vector with some gradients, a bristle brush, and some freebies from Vector Mill! The tutorial is relatively simple and can be applied to many other Illustrator projects.
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
Halloween is in a couple days and why not celebrate by creating a mummy text effect? In this tutorial you will learn how to create this treatment with some gradients and, of course, heavy use of the Appearance panel. There isn’t a lot of steps but the tutorial is slightly more advanced than previous tutorials.
Today we’re going to create this stitched letter vector effect! Heavily using the appearance panel will make it easy to edit the text and apply this treatment to other fonts and vector elements you may want to create on your own. If you’ve found this tutorial useful, check out the Letterpress and Metal type treatment tutorials when we’re done!