This is the final lesson in our four-part series on How to Design Flat Icons in Affinity Designer.
This is part three in our four-part series on How to Design Flat Icons in Affinity Designer.
This is part two in our four-part series on How to Design Flat Icons in Affinity Designer.
Welcome to How to Design Flat Icons in Affinity Designer, a four-part video series to help you learn how to design flat icons in Affinity Designer.
In today’s tutorial we’re going to explore the process of creating a flat illustration based on an in-the-moment composition. Using a step-by-step approach, we’re going to gradually create the entire scene using some of Illustrator’s most basic shapes and tools.
In today’s tutorial, we’re going to explore the process of creating an instant snapshot of a busy city, using nothing more than the basic shapes and tools that we work with on a daily basis.
There are so many things that people celebrate when feeling happy about their achievements. In this tutorial we’ll be drawing a cheerful character celebrating a victory in a sports event. We’ll be using various functions of Adobe Illustrator and modifying geometric shapes in order to make the process easy and fun. Join the marathon, and let’s run through this tutorial together!
In this tutorial, we’re going to create a beautiful Irish door like those found in Dublin. We’ll be using basic shapes and creating a brick wall with patterns in Adobe Illustrator.
If you’re a true Star Trek fan, then you’re going to love this tutorial since we’re going to be recreating the iconic NCC-1701 starship, using a step-by-step process based on some basic geometric shapes and tools.
Winter is coming! It’s time to enjoy the wonderful holiday Christmas atmosphere, walk on snowy streets and listen to Christmas songs while looking at the lights, garlands and decorations of beautiful European cities.
The flat style has really come into vogue recently, as design trends increasingly favor simple elements with bright colors.