In this Chalkboard Text Vector tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a chalkboard vector effect with some gradients, a bristle brush, and some freebies from Vector Mill! This chalkboard text vector effect tutorial is relatively simple and can be applied to many other Illustrator projects. Use this effect for logo creation, back to school backgrounds, or even menu and invitation designs.
In today’s tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a complex gold text effect which includes a reflection, dropping shadows, and highlights. These all can be created with the help of the most powerful tool available in Adobe Illustrator–the Appearance panel. You learn how to create this graphic style and then apply it to editable text objects. Have fun learning our new vector tutorial!
Welcome back to another Illustrator tutorial from our retro hardware series! In this how-to, we’re going to learn to create a NAS Icon (or a Network-Attached Storage icon) using some simple geometric shapes and tools.
So, get your software up and running let’s jump straight into it! Continue reading
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!
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!
Create beautiful chocolate text vector effects ready for candy packaging or advertisements in no time flat!
Always wanted to illustrate an HDD icon, but never knew how? Well, in today’s tutorial, we’ll take a close look behind the entire process and learn how to do just that, using nothing more than some basic geometric shapes.
Grab a fresh cup of coffee and let’s get started! Continue reading