Starting with this project, we’re launching a new series of Figma based tutorials, in which we’re going to explore how to create designs using a completely different tool than what we’ve used so far. So, if you’re as excited as I am, grab a hot cup of coffee and let’s jump straight into it!Continue reading
The magical time of winter holidays is approaching! Let’s get prepared and design a simple festive postcard that we can send to our nearest and dearest. We’ll be using basic geometric shapes to create a clean and stylish design. Let’s begin!Continue reading
In this tutorial we’ll be creating a simple stylized Christmas tree, using the basic geometric shapes, dashed strokes and various tools and function of Adobe Illustrator. By the end of this tutorial we’ll turn our illustration into a festive Christmas postcard. Let’s start!
In today’s tutorial, we’re going to start breathing in the holiday spirit by learning how to create a Christmas ornament icon using the most basic shapes and tools that Illustrator has to offer.
So, assuming you’ve already poured yourself a hot cup of cocoa, let’s jump straight into it! Continue reading
Today you’ll find out how to create isometric vector infographic elements with the help of 3D effects. During our tutorial, we will create a Layer chart, Column and Pie graphs. Moreover, here I’ll tell you how to draw eight simple 3D isometric shapes. I hope this will help to expand your opportunities in creating isometric vector infographic elements. Let’s get started!
In today’s tutorial, we’re going to take a look behind the process of creating a file manager app icon, and see how we can take some simple shapes and turn them into finished usable product. So, assuming you already have Illustrator up and running, let’s jump straight into it.Continue reading
Welcome back to another Illustrator based tutorial, in which we’re going to take a quick look at the process of creating a settings icon, and see how we can take some simple shapes and turn them into finished usable product. So, assuming you already have Illustrator up and running, let’s jump straight into it.Continue reading