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Adobe Illustrator » 10.09.2010 » by tewoos
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In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a nice looking puzzle effect. Using 3D Extrude, Bevel and Map Art options you will learn how to hand craft the individual pieces of the puzzle and arrange it into a dynamic layout.
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Adobe Illustrator » 30.08.2010 » by tewoos
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This tutorial assumes some familiarity with the basic drawing tools and features found in Adobe Illustrator, because of the creative skills needed to illustrate the character, it has been marked "Advanced". Intermediate users will find this tutorial challenging but not out of their skill set.
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Adobe Illustrator » 27.08.2010 » by tewoos
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You can find the vintage comic style in newspapers, magazines, and in animation. In this tutorial you will learn several techniques for tracing a sketch, including how to make custom brushes, how to combine shapes and brushes and how to combine multiple brushes.
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Adobe Illustrator » 27.08.2010 » by tewoos
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In the tutorial I will show you how to create a neat price tag. First, for the basic shape, the grid and the Snap to Grid will significantly ease your work. Then, for the rest of the illustration you’ll use the Pathfinder options, multiple gradients and strokes plus some basic effects and brushes.
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Adobe Illustrator » 26.08.2010 » by tewoos
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In this tutorial you will learn how to create your own modern TV on a stand. Using the Perspective Grid in Illustrator CS5 as the basis of your work you will learn how to quickly create a product illustration with perfect perspective.
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Adobe Illustrator » 26.08.2010 » by tewoos
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In this Quick Tip, you’ll create a Symbol, which you will then map to a 3D globe. The result looks like a ribbon wrapped around a hollow sphere. Let’s get started!
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Adobe Illustrator » 24.08.2010 » by tewoos
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Unfortunately, Adobe Illustrator doesn’t come with a conical gradient setting, although some vector programs, such as Corel Draw do. Using features and tools found in Adobe Illustrator, you can create an adjustable conical gradient to use in your work, and it only takes two minutes!
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Adobe Illustrator » 23.08.2010 » by tewoos
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In this tutorial you will learn how to create a detailed three-dimensional image of an Airplane based on two two-dimensional plans. The knowledge acquired will help you to simulate a three-dimensional image of many different complex objects.
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Adobe Illustrator » 20.08.2010 » by tewoos
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In the following tutorial you will use the Pen and Gradient tools to create a swirling ribbon text effect. Even though we’re applying the ribbon to text, you can use this this effect to make shapes and scrolls. Let’s get started!
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Adobe Illustrator » 18.08.2010 » by tewoos
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The Argyle pattern dates back to 17th-century Scotland. Learn how to make a 21st-century digital version in 10 easy steps!
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