Have you ever had daydreams about finding the perfect procedure for designing interfaces? Well if so you might have a slight addiction to work so that’s something to keep in mind. But I’m here to say that your workflow can be improved if you cut down on the daydreaming and get more into daydoing. Now […]
Archive for the ‘Illustrator’ category
Illustrator is the perfect tool for building large scalable design effects. Either for print or digital mediums, Illustrator is a wonderful tool with a lot to offer in the way of customized typography. There are plenty of great Photoshop effects that can also apply to text and lettering. But with Illustrator you get access to […]
In this post we have collected some photoshop and illustrator icon design tutorials. If you like these icon design tutorials you might also want to check out our previous posts below.
How to Make a Simple iOS style Book Icon
As most designers know by now Dribbble has become the pulse of all digital artists. Every day there are hundreds of new shots uploaded and shared on the invite-only social community. I highly recommend checking out their tags gallery to see if you can pickup your own inspiration.
Illustrations are some of the most common form of artwork. But taking things into the digital platform includes software such as Adobe Illustrator and tablet pads. Thus this style is very complicated, and outright difficult to master. The showcase below contains some of the most popular illustrations I’ve ever seen! If you enjoy the post let us know your thoughts in the comment wall.
In this roundup we have showcased some of the creative illustrator tutorials from 2011. These include typography, character design, poster design, logo design, portrait design and many more. Enjoy!!
Artistic Printing Inspiration in Illustrator and Photoshop
Create a Lava Island Scenario in Illustrator
In this tutorial we’ll be using Adobe Illustrator (CS4 in this case, although can be completed using most versions of Illustrator) to create a vector image of an original Volkswagen (VW) Beetle. We will be making use of one of Illustrators most-used tools; the Pen Tool, as well as adding some finishing touches using a graphics tablet (an affordable Wacom Bamboo tablet in my case) to give the vector a nice hand-drawn style.
If you like this tutorial, keep your eyes peeled for the follow-up tutorial, in which we’ll be using our vectored VW Beetle to create a lovely retro and textured poster in Adobe Photoshop.