Archive for January, 2011
In the following tutorial expand an existing font, use illustrator’s 3D tools to add dimension, and then add a green viscous text effect. If you want to add a fun, vector text effect to your portfolio, then get started now.
In this tutorial you will learn how to make an illustration for a magazine cover and learn how to use the opacity mask ,the gradient tool and the pen tool to make some leaves with water drops on them and cloudy background. This technique can be applied to many different objects. Let’s get started!
This tutorial will show you how to create a photo realistic image of Apple’s newly released iPhone4. Hopefully, by the end of it you will have something extremely close to the real thing, which for the few who don’t own the iPhone4 (like me), may be as close as we’ll ever get. Before we get started it might be a good idea to pull up a reference image from the web just so you know where everything goes and the size of some of the features. But otherwise, Enjoy!
Today, we will demonstrate how to combine several stock photos to create an abstract poster layout. Let’s get started!
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a decorative curled edge using some easy illustrator techniques and a custom Adobe Illustrator Script. Let’s get started!
In this tutorial you will learn how to create all-purpose water drop using the Clipping Mask and gradient fills. Water drops created in this way can be placed on any texture, both vector and raster, and the texture under the drop will look enlarged – just like a real drop of water. Creating the drop only takes a few minutes but adds a level of detail to your illustration that looks great.