In today’s tutorial, we’re going to explore the process of creating a nice little summer illustration, using some of the most geometric shapes and tools that Illustrator has to offer.
Since summer is already upon us, I thought it would be nice to treat you to a little icon tutorial using some of the most common accessories that you would normally bring with you on vacation.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a summer barbecue illustration in flat design using the most basic shapes and tools of Adobe Illustrator.
Summer is here, and with it come long, laid-back days flipping burgers on the BBQ. If you’re planning a big BBQ event over the coming months, you can promote it in style with this chalkboard poster.
Summer is the perfect time for the most vivid and colorful designs! Tropical patterns are one of the hottest summer trends this year, and all these mixes of fruits, leaves and flowers look really great on fabric, apparel, and print media.
Summer heat in a tropical paradise! What could be better? In this tutorial we’ll create our own tropical pattern, making it seamless and discovering several ways of applying our pattern! We’ll be using basic geometric shapes as well as some default custom shapes, creating fancy objects in a few clicks and making them detailed with the help of texture brushes.
Planning a town fair, family picnic or summer BBQ? This summery flyer is super simple to put together and would be a great fit for any family foodie event. Suitable for beginners to Adobe InDesign, this tutorial will show you how to set up a single-page layout which is ready to print or circulate online.