Amazing Illustrator Tutorials #3

Amazing Illustrator Tutorials #3

Photoshop® and Illustrator® are the main platforms for the designers and artists. To master these, you have to learn new tricks and find new ways to get the best out of it. Tutorials are the way of learning new tips and tricks. Many tutorials are available on the internet today but the challenge is to find best. And hence I bring some excellent tutorials which will help you to learn Illustrator®.

This is the third article in the series of Illustrator® tutorials. You can find more photoshop and illustrator articles in the Tutorials section.

1. Reflections Done Right – Creating a Money Roll Icon

2. Vectors Imitate Life with Gradient Mesh

3. How to Create Vector Folk Buildings Using a Digital Tablet and Tracing Techniques

4. How to Create a Cute Vector Bear T-Shirt Design

5. How to Create a Curious Owl in Illustrator CS4

6. Create An Editable Metal Type Treatment

7. Create a Cute Little Tiger in Illustrator

8. A Comprehensive Guide to the Pathfinder Panel

9. Use Inkscape to Create a Grunge RSS Box Icon

10. Create Perspective Using Simple 2D Art with Illustrator CS4

11. Create Colorful, Layered Paper Type in Illustrator

12. Chinese Bamboo


13. Create a Stylish Colorful Text Effect in Illustrator

14. Create A Wood Grain Texture

15. Illustrator Quick Tips #1 – Complex Symbols with Pathfinder

16. Women and Cats’ How-To Advanced Tutorial

17. 3D Typography in Photoshop

18. Create a 3D Vector Labyrinth

19. The Hidden Power of the Average Command: Creating Swirly Type

20. How to Create a Classic Vector Painting with Watercolor Washes and Line Art

If you like this collection then I would appreciate your comments.

Written by Nikhil

Founder of Powerusers, done Engineering in Electronics Stream, Technology Geek by nature. Loves Nature and Photography. Facebook me at @nmisal and follow me on Twitter @Powerusers.

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