More Than a Box: Tips for Creating a Cardboard Vector Texture

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In this tutorial we’ll learn how to create a Cardboard Vector Texture by using the Wrinkle Tool and graphics texture. Today you’ll also find out how to edit and apply native Adobe Illustrator’s patterns. Cardboard vector textures are pretty hot these days and they are being used in abstract backgrounds and product designs and that’s why creating your own texture will be super useful for you in future. Have fun going through our new vector tutorial!

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Eureka! Create Your Own Gold Icon Vector

Preview In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a simple ingot gold icon vector in Adobe Illustrator. In the first steps you will learn how to set up a simple grid and how to create a pixel perfect group of shapes. Using a basic 3D effect you will learn how to create the main ingot shapes. Finally, you will learn how to add color and subtle shading using basic blending and masking techniques, a bunch of linear gradients and the Appearance panel.

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Create Your Own Realistic Leather Texture!

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In today’s tutorial we’ll learn how to create a seamless leather texture by using the Pencil Tool and Pattern Editing mode. Leather textures and patterns are often used in design, and that’s why creating your own leather texture will be super useful for you in future. I also want to let you know that the technique used in this tutorial would be perfect for creating other types of textures as well. So, let’s get started!

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Sweet and Sassy: How to Create Your Own Lollipop Vector

PrintWho doesn’t love candy? Who can withstand that colored, delicious sweetness that makes your mouth water? Today I will show you how to create two delicious candy vectors and lollipop vectors using the basic tool and the Brush Strokes Panel. You will learn to create some basic shapes, spirals, create new brushes, and then edit them to perfect sweetness. Let’s get started!      
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