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.
In this tutorial we’ll be creating a Hanukkah holiday card and illustrating one of the most popular Jewish symbols, the Hanukkah Menorah. The Menorah is one of the oldest symbols in Judaism. Sometimes called the ‘Chanukiah’, the Menorah is a nine-branched candelabrum that is used onHanukkah. It stands for light, wisdom, and Divine inspiration.
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.
Every year, Pantone sets out on a mission to find a color worthy of carrying the title of “Color of the Year”. For 2018, the color is Ultra Violet, which is a beautiful blue-based purple that we’re going to be using ourselves to create this minimalist illustration.
Welcome back to our Diversity in Design series on ThemeKeeper Tuts+. Discover four talented artists with inspiring styles you’ll love.
Once upon a time in the frozen Arctic lived a polar bear. He was standing alone on a glacier, waiting for fish.
Vector illustration is very versatile and beautiful, but for many artists it’s too mathematical and unintuitive to create. Drawing with Bezier curves doesn’t feel like drawing at all!
In this tutorial we’ll be creating a cozy winter forest scene in a trendy flat style. We’ll be using various basic shapes and Pathfinder operations of Adobe Illustrator, building a lovely scene that can be used as a header for your blog or website, as a greeting card or an illustration for print. The process is very easy and comprehensive.
In the following steps, you will learn how to create a simple illustration inspired by the International Day of Persons With Disabilities.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a pair of Scandinavian mittens. These will definitely get you warmed up for winter! We will be using basic shapes, effects, and tools.
In today’s tutorial, we’re going to be recreating one of my favorite cartoon characters of all time, Futurama’s one and only drunken robot, Bender. We’re going to base the entire process on simple geometric shapes combined with a few strokes here and there, and then use the new Puppet Warp Tool to quickly adjust his posture.