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.
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.
Funny warm beanies, pretty mittens, warm chocolate beverages, and a Christmas mood—it’s all about December.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the Mesh Tool in Adobe Illustrator to create a vector evening winter background!
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 this tutorial, you will learn how to use the Mesh Tool in Adobe Illustrator to create a winter vector Christmas background!
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.
Many businesses use the festive season as an opportunity to entice bargain-hunting customers into their stores. This flyer is a sweet and simple way of marketing winter season promotions, with a collage-inspired design and hand-drawn font style.
This is a romantic, rustic invitation which would be a perfect fit for winter weddings. In this tutorial suitable for beginners to Adobe InDesign, we’ll look at how to put together the invitation card and how to export your design ready for printing.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to turn your photos into frozen winter images inspired by white walkers from the Game of ThronesTV series. I will try to explain everything in so much detail that everyone can do it, even those who have just opened Photoshop for the first time.
Every snowflake is different, but they all follow rules of fractal geometry in a way, so we can use these rules to draw a realistic snowflake with just a few steps. It’s easier than you think!