In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the Mesh Tool in Adobe Illustrator to create a beautiful natural scene!
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“Eid al-Fitr”, which is often shortened to “Eid”, is the “festival of breaking fast”. It is a religious holiday celebrated by Muslims across the world, to mark the end of the month-long fasting of Ramadan.
Looking for a summer fix? This pastel poster evokes long, hot days eating ice cream in the park. It’s also super simple to create in Adobe InDesign and is a great way of picking up some new techniques for creating print layouts.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a summer vacation illustration in Adobe Illustrator. To be more exact, we will create an image of a woman sitting on a bunch of suitcases. We will use basic shapes, warp effects, and the Scissors Tool to create our illustration. This tutorial is broken down into clear, simple steps, making it suitable for beginners.
‘Hatta‘ is the name of the traditional square scarf that Middle Eastern men wear as a headdress.
Have you ever wondered what tools you can use to make lettering more attractive than it already is? The Blend Tool is easy to use, and you can quickly bring more life to script letters!
When you’re creating YouTube videos, sometimes a pure recording isn’t captivating enough. You can spice it up by adding special animated elements. For example, an animated character could help you stay anonymous, while still providing someone to identify with. You can also present a concept that can’t be recorded in reality, or put visual emphasis on some elements of the video.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the Offset Path option in illustrator and the difference between using it through the Appearance panel method and the menu bar method.
Kolam is a form of drawing that is drawn by using rice flour/chalk/chalk powder/rock powder often using naturally/synthetically colored powders as Wikipedia says. A Kolam is a geometrical line drawing composed of curved loops, which is drawn around a grid pattern of dots. In South India it is widely practiced by female Hindu family members in front of their houses. More complex Kolams are drawn and colors are often added during holiday occasions and special events.
Creating interesting textures can sometimes be a difficult and annoying task, especially if you don’t know exactly where to start.