How to create a quasi-realistic leather patch logo complete with buttons and stitching. Check out this step by step walk through.
Wood texture can be challenging. This terrific Adobe Illustrator tutorial spells it out in a way that only the good people at Vectips can do.
Harry has a great teaching style. It’s obvious here.
As someone who loves Adobe Illustrator myself, it’s nice to find someone who has a strong understanding of the application.
This video is a perfect example of Harry’s ability to take the mystery out of one of my favourite palettes: The Pathfinder.
Check it out:
This video teaches you the basics of the pathfinder palette in Adobe Illustrator CS4. harry has a great way of explaining how to bend this helpful tool to your will. Pay attention. It’s worth it.
Harry Hamernik has created this tutorial that explains how to create illustrator graidents and transparencies. I hope that you find it useful. Harry has a great way of explaining Adobe Illustrator‘s abilities in a way that is very easy to grasp.
Some of you are still a bit confused about the difference between raster images and vector images. You can read more about vector art here.
Our friends at Tutvid have a great line of tutorials that cover a wide range of subject matter. Here is a short tutorial on how to design a metal button icon. We hope you find it useful and we hope that you visit Tutvid to learn more about their wonderful line of products:
Toronto, Canada –
The way that we digest information has certainly changed somewhat. A simple bar graph or dazzling pie chart just does not seem to cut it. It’s a challenge to capture large amounts of data into a single image. No one seems to know this better than Adobe Illustrator Guru (and fellow countryman) Wendy Ding.
Wendy takes you through a step by step walkthrough of how she plans out a 3D infographic. This is a must read for anyone who is interested in becoming a better graphic designer. When you think about it. That’s what this job is all about – communicating through imagery and graphics. Enjoy:
* Source: digitalartsonline
About Wendy Ding:
Freelance illustrator and graphic designer Wendy Ding is based in Toronto, Canada. She specializes in digital art and traditional illustrations. Her projects include maps, childrens illustration, and fashion illustration. This Flickr Stats project gained her an Honourable Mention for Adobes Design Achievement Awards in 2007. Her online store is opening soon.
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