We wanted to bring this awesome tutorial back up since it’s springtime again! Together we’ll create a vintage-style logo illustration from open-source fonts and stock images to fit on current design trends. Let’s dive right in to this hipster logo design!
In the following steps, you will learn how to create a simple stopwatch illustration in Adobe Illustrator. For starters, you will learn how to prepare your document and how to set up a simple grid. Next using basic tools and effects along with the Appearance panel and the Pathfinder panel, you will learn how to create the main shapes of the stopwatch. Taking full advantage of the Appearance panel and using several Transform and Warp effects, you will learn how to make the smaller stopwatch components and how to add subtle shading and highlights. Finally, you will learn how to easily recolor your stopwatch.
Spring is here! During this season, I often think of pastels, fresh airy designs, and watercolor effects. So, in the following tutorial I will explain how to create a couple watercolor brushes, transfer those to a watercolor text vector effect, and at the end of the tutorial you can download some Free Vectips Watercolor Brushes!
With adult coloring books becoming more popular then ever you’ve gotta make sure your coloring book art vectors are perfect and print-ready! Check out these 7 great tips for optimizing coloring book art below!
In today’s tutorial we’re going to take a look at the process of creating a camera icon, using nothing more than the basic shapes and tools that we work with on a daily basis.
So, assuming you already have Illustrator up and running, let’s get to it!
Hey everyone! Today we will be creating a nice Japanese style cherry blossom scene in Adobe Illustrator using the Blob brush, Eraser and the Ellipse tool. So let’s get started!