Let’s start our day with a nutritious and delicious breakfast by learning how to draw a simple set of two top-down view flat breakfast icons – a cup of black coffee and an egg sandwich. We’ll be using the most handy tools of Adobe Illustrator while working with simple geometric shapes and doing a bit of a freehand drawing with the Pencil Tool. You don’t even need a drawing tablet for this one. Let’s start!Continue reading
Trying to design a pattern by yourself can be the pits. But in this tutorial, we’ll go over easy, effective ways to create a flat-style avocado pattern using simple geometric shapes and Adobe Illustrator’s Pattern Tool. We’ll build a vivid and diverse seamless pattern, adding leaves and other yummy elements. Let’s get started!
In this tutorial we will learn how to design traditional Chinese lanterns to create a festive postcard that you can send to your friends and family on a Chinese New year! We’ll be using basic geometric shapes, some of the most useful tools of Adobe Illustrator along with Effects and Pathfinder panel to vary the shapes of our lanterns to make them look interesting as a composition. Let’s start!Continue reading
Winter season is the time of fluffy snow, snowballs and snowmen! Let’s make one, too. In this tutorial, we’ll be creating a cute snowman icon using basic geometric shapes, the Stroke panel and various tools and functions of Adobe Illustrator to create a simple snowman icon with outlines. Let’s get started!
Already feeling those magic vibes of winter and Christmas? In this tutorial we will learn how to draw a simple and very recognisable character – the Nutcracker and turn it into a stylish postcard that we can use to wish our nearest and dearest a very special and merry holiday! Let’s do it!Continue reading
Are you ready for an exciting adventure with dungeons, dragons and treasures? Wait, it might be dangerous! First of all, you need an enchanted sword. Accept this quest and I will show you how to forge this fantasy sword icon in Adobe Illustrator using the sacred knowledge of geometric shapes, Path functions, the Pathfinder Panel and a bit of magic. Follow me!Continue reading
October is well-known not only for its cozy autumn atmosphere and pumpkin season but also for Halloween! Let’s celebrate together by creating this cheerful Jack O’Lantern from a vector pumpkin. We’ll be using simple geometric shapes and drawing with vector brushes, adding a textured touch to our pumpkin illustration. Let’s begin!