In today’s tutorial, we’re going to take a look behind the process of creating a compass icon, and learn how to build one of our own.
So, assuming you’ve poured yourself a fresh cup a coffee take a quick sip out of it and let’s get started! Continue reading
Welcome back to another Illustrator tutorial, in which we’re going to learn how to create a little map icon using nothing more than the basic shapes and tools that you probably already work with on a daily basis. Continue reading
In this tutorial we’ll be cooking a yummy vector taco in Adobe Illustrator, using basic geometric shapes in order to preserve a simple flat style.
Watching the trends on the market, I have noticed that cartoon style vector images are becoming more and more popular. This is a slight modification on a classic, with a moderate use of gradient fills. In this tutorial, which was created in collaboration with a professional illustrator, Alexander Onica, we will share the secrets of creating modern cartoon style vectors. Many effective techniques described here will allow you to achieve excellent results. Let’s get started!
Infographics can be bland, boring, and run of the mill, but you don’t have to conform! Get your message out clearly and stand out by taking your infographic vector elements to the next level. Create trendy smooth infographic vector elements and a poster design with simple shapes and limited colors in under an hour with this tutorial! We’ll make our own simple custom lettering, populate the design with simple shapes, and use only four colors.
Today we’re going to get our geek on, and learn how to create a simple retro-looking coding icon, using nothing more than the usual geometric shapes and tools that you probably already work with on a daily basis.
That being said, grab that coffee mug and let’s jump into it!
In this tutorial, we’ll go through a fun and easy process of working with simple shapes and warp effects to create this fancy fox logotype! We’ll be modifying and transforming objects, using various tools and functions of Adobe Illustrator, so you don’t need to draw anything by hand or use a graphic tablet. Ready to try? Let’s start!