In this tutorial we’ll do some freehand drawing to create a cute child icon. We’ll be using a lot of gradients to make the icon look interesting and vivid. You can use a drawing tablet if you want, but even with a mouse you’ll be totally fine working with smoothing functions of Adobe Illustrator. Let’s get started!
Follow this tutorial and learn to draw a cute glowing jellyfish in 10 easy steps, using basic geometric shapes, Pathfinder panel, and various Effects. We’ll be applying vivid gradients to make our character look glowing and bright. Are you ready to explore the underwater fauna together? Let’s start!
In today’s tutorial we’re going to learn how to create a cute little Earth emoji icon, using nothing more than some basic geometric shapes and tools that you probably already work with on a daily basis.
So, assuming you already have the software up and running let’s jump straight into it!
In today’s tutorial we’re going to take a quick look behind the process of creating a bicycle icon using nothing more than a couple of basic geometric shapes that we’re going to adjust here and there.
So, assuming you already have the software up and running, let’s jump straight into it! Continue reading
Welcome back to another Illustrator based tutorial, in which we’re going to learn how to create a little cassette icon using nothing more than a couple of basic geometric shapes and tools.
So, assuming you already have the software running in the background, bring it up and let’s get started! Continue reading
This time, we’ll learn how to draw a whale vector using basic geometric shapes in Adobe Illustrator. We’ll learn working with Live Corners, the Scissors Tool, the Pathfinder panel, and we’ll use other beneficial vector tools and functions. Let’s get started!
In this tutorial, we’ll create a simple windmill vector in a trendy, flat style—all in just 10 steps! Learn about basic geometric shapes, strokes, the Free Transform Tool (E), and handy shortcuts in Adobe Illustrator. Let’s start!