Are you ready for an exciting adventure with dungeons, dragons and treasures? Wait, it might be dangerous! First of all, you need an enchanted sword. Accept this quest and I will show you how to forge this fantasy sword icon in Adobe Illustrator using the sacred knowledge of geometric shapes, Path functions, the Pathfinder Panel and a bit of magic. Follow me!Continue reading
This time we’ll be creating a cute cartoon Back to School character! Let’s use the Pencil Tool and other handy tools of Adobe Illustrator to draw a funny raccoon wearing glasses. This character can be used for making stickers, patterns and designs for stencil and fabric. Let’s do it!
This post is part of a weekly series showcasing inspirational vector art. Although the series showcases vector art, some work might just be vector inspired, not created completely with vector art. If you have any art suggestions, feel free to comment! For more vector art inspiration, check out the Vectips Flickr Group.
Today I’m excited to announce that Solo is giving 5 Vectips readers a year long subscription to their beautiful project management software. This is perfect for all you freelancing illustrators, designers, bloggers, or whatever your freelance profession is (check out the cool infographics on who uses Solo on the bottom their homepage). To enter, simply comment about which Solo feature you need the most. Check out all the features at thrivesolo.com.