Do you remember those color-by-numbers pages you used to play with as a child? You were provided with the outlines, and your job was to fill them with colors as they showed, to create an artwork the author had planned for you. It was fun without any stress!
In today’s tutorial, we’re going to embark on a mystical journey and learn how to create our very own dream catcher in Affinity Designer. Using a step-by-step workflow, we’re going to see how we can achieve a detailed illustration with the help of a few basic geometric shapes in combination with some stroke lines here and there.
In today’s tutorial we’re going to spend some quality play time together and unleash our inner child by learning how to create a digital version of the awesome Lego Batman. Woohoo! We’re going to do all that in Adobe Illustrator, using simple geometric shapes that we’re going to adjust here and there. Enough said—grab a fresh cup of coffee, and let’s get started!
Creating fonts has never been so fast, fun and easy as with Fontself, a powerful extension for Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop CC. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to make a color font.
Since winter is just around the corner, I thought it would be nice to welcome it by creating a small set of snowflake icons, using some of Illustrator’s most basic geometric shapes and tools.
In today’s tutorial we’re going to learn how to create our very own set of music control UI buttons, using some of the most basic shapes and tools that Illustrator has to offer.
Today is a special one, since we’re celebrating ten years of awesomeness, and how better to do that than by giving you a special tutorial where you’ll learn how to create a set of ten must-have UI icons, using the most basic shapes and tools that Illustrator has to offer.
In today’s tutorial, we’re going to take an in-depth look at the process of creating a set of barber-themed tools and accessories using the most basic shapes and tools that you can find in Adobe Illustrator.
In today’s tutorial, we’re going to get our nutritionist hats on and explore the process of creating the primary five food groups that dictate how healthy one’s body is. As always we’re going to take the easiest approach possible, by creating them using the most basic geometric shapes and tools that Illustrator has to offer.
In today’s tutorial we’re going to put on our gardener hats and create a set of four little cactus icons using nothing more than the basic shapes and tools in Adobe Illustrator that you probably already work with on a daily basis.
In today’s tutorial, we’re going to take a short journey back in time and look at the process of creating three of the most iconic communication devices ever made, using nothing more than some simple geometric shapes and tools from within Adobe Illustrator.