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!
Summer is officially here! The best way to fight the summer heat is with a handful of delicious ice cream. While we won’t be learning how to make ice cream, we will be learning how to illustrate it. In this tutorial, we’re going to create a colorful ice cream seamless pattern using simple geometric shapes and handy functions in Adobe Illustrator. Let’s get cool!
In this tutorial we’ll be creating a cute flat teddy bear using simple geometric shapes and various tools and functions, which will help us to modify these shapes, creating facial features. Let’s get started!
3D vector text can be a daunting undertaking when not using a program like Maya or SketchUp. However, using a simple bevel and extrude effect, gradients, and offset paths, you’ll find creating 3D vector text is actually an easy job.
If you like playing video games as much as I do, well today’s your lucky day since we’re going to take a look behind the process of creating our very own vector controller using nothing more than some basic geometric shapes and tools.
That being said, grab a sip of that fresh brewed coffee and let’s get started! Continue reading
In today’s tutorial, we’re going to learn how to create our very own video card icon, using nothing more than the basic shapes and tools that you probably already work with on a daily basis.
So, assuming you already have Illustrator 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 coding icon, and see how easy it is to turn a couple of basic geometric shapes into a usable product.
So, assuming you already have the software up and running, let’s jump straight into it! Continue reading