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Follow these steps in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop to create a range of vector shapes and graphics that can be combined into a great looking vector collage illustration.
There's nothing cooler than designing artwork for a skateboard deck! Follow this walkthrough in Adobe Illustrator to create your own vibrant and stunning vector artwork using geometric lines, shapes and a perfect colour scheme.
A great looking abstract design can be created from the simplest of shapes. Let's take a look at compiling various geometric shapes and objects to form a dynamic composition in Illustrator, then polishing it all up with some transparency effects to create a trendy vector illustration.
Editor's Pick of August, 2009
Learn how to draw with light. Manipulate the image made of intense light streams in Photoshop to get it ready for use in web design or any digital art composition.
Editor's Pick of July, 2009
An Adobe Illustrator drawing tutorial that'll teach you how to create a character starting with the basic shapes and then moving on with more advanced techniques of making realistic fur.
This series of edits are steps I often take when manipulating photos straight from the camera in order to touch up, compose and stylise the photo, resulting in a more impactful overall image.
Follow this Adobe Illustrator tutorial to create a range of simple vector objects based around the theme of a designer's lifestyle, then tile them together into a cool looking repeating pattern.
Editor's Pick of February, 2009
Cartoon characters will make your web design look more animate. Learn how to draw funny looking fighters in Adobe Illustrator.
Let's look back at my process for creating the final concept of his business card, resulting in the finished printed product.
I've been asked a couple of times 'how do you change the size of a rounded rectangle once it has been drawn'. The problem is that when you scale the rounded rectangle as you would a normal shape the rounded corners become squashed or stretched. Well, here is the solution...