20 Fresh new illustrator tutorials from 2020
- May 11th, 2020
This post is a collection of fresh new Illustrator tutorials, which have all been in published 2020. Illustrator tutorials are the best way to learn Illustrator , as well as for sharpening your skills as its a great way to learn the latest techniques and tools available in Illustrator . These are a great mixture of tutorials suited for all levels whether your beginner or a veteran user of illustrator.
In the following steps, you will learn how to create a pretty simple rope brush in Illustrator and how to use it to create a nice text effect.
This Adobe Illustrator tutorial will teach you how to create a fully digital image from an initial sketch. You will learn how to control vector paths to create smooth angles and view the necessary stages to complete a piece of work in Adobe Illustrator.
In the following steps, you will learn how to create a bubble text design using a bubble letter font in Adobe Illustrator.
In this tutorial, Brazilian designer Breno Bitencourt shows you step-by-step how to create a stylish low-poly portrait in Illustrator and Photoshop.
11. 6 Quick Steps to Creating a Fantasy Building Vector Icon
how to create a retro text effect with colourful concentric stripes. Illustrator’s Offset Path command produces the basic effect, but we will eliminate the tedious process of adding each outline individually with the help of an Action, so you will be able to fill an entire poster with this retro stripe effect within seconds.
Using Photoshop to create low-poly art, here Damien Vignaux (aka Elroy) shows you how he created an artwork for his band, The Escapists – a techno act comprised of Damien and Leonizer records boss Léonard De Léonard. The artwork appears on the cover of The Escapists’ EP, Les Ailes du Courage (Wings of Courage), as well as on flyers for their live shows.
You’ll be using the most handy tools of Adobe Illustrator while working with simple geometric shapes and doing a bit of a freehand drawing with the Pencil Tool. You don’t even need a drawing tablet for this one.