How to Make Realistic Skate Wheels in Illustrator
10. 8. 2008 in Illustrator | 0 Comments | Author: VectorTuts | 1796 clicks
Using Illustrator's 3D Revolve tool, we will create a set of realistic skateboard wheels and map our own artwork on the wheel. We will cover advanced techniques, such as using the revolve tool, preparing the artwork, mapping it to the 3D surfaces, and some cool tricks for adding the finishing touches.
How to Create a Magnified Text Illustration
10. 8. 2008 in Illustrator | 0 Comments | Author: VectorTuts | 1816 clicks
In this tutorial, we'll explain how to create a realistic magnifying glass with shapes and gradients. You'll also learn how to effectively use Illustrator's text tool to create a three column layout, and then integrate this into an illustration. Let's jump into the tutorial.
How to Turn Glasses into a Great Geek Icon
10. 8. 2008 in Illustrator | 0 Comments | Author: VectorTuts | 1777 clicks
In this tutorial, we'll show you how to make a cool, or should we say geeky, glasses icon. You should be versed in Adobe Illustrator's tools to complete this tutorial. You'll learn how to take creative license and create an illustration that uses a photo reference, but differs a bit in the final design.
How to Illustrate a Cute Emo Kid
10. 8. 2008 in Illustrator | 0 Comments | Author: VectorTuts | 1874 clicks
In this tutorial I will take you through the process of drawing these cuties. The concept is based on the Emo trend and I will take you trough all the steps from sketch to full color vector. I am using Illustrator CS3, pen, paper, scanner, and Wacom tablet.
How to Add Fur to Vector Animal Illustrations
10. 8. 2008 in Illustrator | 0 Comments | Author: VectorTuts | 1876 clicks
Vector drawings, particularly those of animals, have a tendency to look flat and stale. Adding fur to your animals can help to turn your drawing into a rich, textural piece without having to rely on Photoshop. This tutorial is geared towards intermediate to advanced Adobe CS3 Illustrator users.
Illustrate and Animate a Bouncing Ball: Part 1 – Adobe Flash
10. 8. 2008 in Flash | 0 Comments | Author: VectorTuts | 1778 clicks
Part 1 of this tutorial will take Flash novices through the fundamental principles behind drawing and animating vectors in Flash. We'll be drawing and animating a bouncing beach ball. Prior knowledge of Flash will of course help, but the following techniques should be accessible to everyone and with most software versions. Part 2 coming soon...