Diagonal Repeat Patterns in Illustrator. VECTORISATION DE LOGOS, DESSINS, PLANS. Vectips - Adobe Illustrator® Tutorials, tips, tricks, and resources. Lexique d'Illustrator français-anglais. Détails Catégorie : Astuces Illustrator Si comme moi vous trouvez pratique d'avoir sous la main un lexique anglais-français des menus de Adobe Illustrator, en voici une version que j'ai spécialement fabriquée pour la communauté cherchant les traductions. N'hésitez pas à me communiquer les erreurs ou des ajouts possibles à cette liste.
Notez aussi que la disposition des éléments des menus peut varier car certains ont changé d'endroit avec les nouvelles versions. Certains autres ont disparu SVP m'en faire part, je vais les ajouter. Le contenu de ce lexique a aussi été partager avec pour sa formation "at work with various software" Détails Catégorie : Astuces Illustrator Si comme moi vous trouvez pratique d'avoir sous la main un lexique anglais-français des menus de Adobe Illustrator, en voici une version que j'ai spécialement fabriquée pour la communauté cherchant les traductions.
Pixel Perfection in Adobe Illustrator. Ever since Adobe Illustrator was launched, people wondered if they could make the transition and change the way they create and develop pixel-based artwork. As you know, before CS5 using Ai for vector pixel work was a kind of hard/clumsy process. Why? Because as opposed to Photoshop, which is a raster based software (which deals straightly with pixels), Illustrator is a vector program (that deals with points, lines and curves all mathematically drawn). In Illustrator’s early days, it wasn’t perfectly adapted to deal with the raw force of pixels.
There are a lot of articles that show the ins and outs of setting up and using Illustrator, but unfortunately there is some fragmentation of information. Before we begin I feel that I need to make sure that all of you reading this article get to understand that creating pixel based artwork as the terms suggest is a process of creating for the digital medium but things don’t stop here. Step 1: Understanding the “Pixel Grid” Concept 3.1. Enter 1. How to create a set of Ice Cream Icons in Adobe Illustrator.
In today’s tutorial we’re going to learn how to create a set of ice cream icons, using some basic shapes and tools found from within Illustrator. That being said, open up the software and let’s get started. Tutorial Details: Create a Set of Ice Cream Icons Program: Adobe Illustrator CS6 – CC 2015Difficulty: IntermediateTopics Covered: Icon Workflow, Basic Shape Building, Compositional Positioning,Estimated Completion Time: 35 Minutes 1. As always, the first thing that we’re going to do is create a new project file, by going over to File > New or using the Control-N keyboard shortcut, and adjusting it as follows: Number of Artboards: 1Width: 800 pxHeight: 600 pxUnits: Pixels And from the Advanced tab: Color Mode: RGBRaster Effects: Screen (72 ppi)Align New Objects to Pixel Grid: checked 2.
Since we’ll be creating our icons using some basic reference grids, it would be a good idea to separate the different sections of our project using four layers which we will name as follows: 3. 4. Step 1 Step 2. Pokémon Drawn In The Style Of Mayan Illustrations. Design.tutsplus. We're celebrating spring in this tutorial! Here you will learn how to draw beautiful tulips in a vase. We'll start with a 3D base and then go on to create tulips with Gradient Meshes without the Mesh Tool, all in Adobe Illustrator. So let's take a closer look. First, open a new document (File > New) then type a name and select these dimensions. Grab the Pen Tool (P) and draw a path like below representing half of a flower vase. Having the path selected, go to Effect > 3D > Revolve.
First, move the existing light to the right as indicated (L1) and lower the Light Intensity from 100% to 85%. Take the Ellipse Tool (L) and draw a small 14 x 14px circle. Still having the circle selected, go back to Effect > Distort & Transform > Transform. Apply again the Transform effect using the settings shown and at this point you should have the three effects in the Appearance panel. Select Expand Appearance from the Object menu then fill the resulting group of dots with the color indicated. Create a Colorful, Funky Robot With Gradients in Adobe Illustrator - Tuts+ Design & Illustration Tutorial. In this tutorial, I'm going to be starting with a sketch which I'll then build up to be a colorful robot friend.
I'll then frame piece in Adobe Illustrator using the Pen Tool, Clipping Masks, and transparent Gradients. So let's get on with it! Start with a sketch of your robot friend. Add details, but don't go too crazy since you'll be rendering them later anyway. Start with the head. Use the Rounded Rectangle Tool. Double click to alter the radius of the corners to your liking. Using the Ellipse Tool (L), I made a circle for each of the antenna's base.
Repeating this step for both sides and the ends of the antennae. Using the Pen Tool (P), I've drawn a curved tube shape in a very light lilac. The basic head shape is complete. Once again I use the Rounded Rectangle Tool. Using the Direct Selection Tool (A), select the bottom corner anchor points and manipulate them as you see fit. Repeat on the other side. To start the arms, I've added a circle with the Ellipse Tool (L) to form a shoulder. Sakai Vector Portrait - Go Media™ · Creativity at Work. Hey Go Media faithful! Man, it feels like it’s been years since I’ve posted anything in the Zine. These days all my writing has been focused on my upcoming book Drawn to Business, Designed for Success. I think everyone is going to love the content. It’s all the nitty-gritty details about how we run our design firm, but I digress. This blog post is about a piece of art I created for last year’s WMC Fest. I had this crazy idea of illustrating a portrait of my friend Heather Sakai.
I wanted to try and include all of her passions in one single image, from her Japanese heritage to her love of Hello Kitty. A few sources of inspiration for this design. You’ll notice that it looks like the dragon’s body is snaking back and forth. I grabbed the wings and tail from Vector Pack 19. The Sakai family crest provided to me by Heather. How to Create a Stylish Deer with Brushes and Graphic Styles in Adobe Illustrator. Creating a Simple Kawaii Yeti With Basic Shapes in Adobe Illustrator. In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to make a cute monster character in Adobe Illustrator using basic shapes, Pathfinder panel, Width Tool, and Strokes. You will be able to apply these techniques to create other characters. Let's get started! Start off by creating a New Document (CMD + N) and set the artboard size to 600 by 600px. Create a square the size of the artboard using the Rectangle Tool (M) and fill with a light blue color (R=182, G=235, B=239).
In the Layers panel, create two layers. Select the top layer "Character". Using the Direct Selection Tool (A), select the top point. Select the top point again. Select the bottom point, and SHIFT drag down about 10px. Now to make it symmetrical, create a rectangle that is larger than the body with the Rectangle Tool (M). Select the half and go to Object > Transform > Reflect. We are going to create the legs now. To make the bottom less pointed, select the bottom point with the Direct Selection Tool (A). Now on to the eyes. Adobe Illustrator tutorial by Madis Põldsaar: creating stylized hair « Adobe Illustrator blog. On the Adobe Illustrator Facebook Page, we have been featuring Fan Fridays each week where we showcase four pieces of work submitted by fans of the page. Each week one illustration receives more positive feedback along with many requests for a tutorial.
That was certainly the case for this portrait we featured by Estonian-based designer Madis Põldsaar: We reached out Madis for a tutorial of how he created the work, and he was kind enough to create one so all of you can be inspired and try something new. His tutorial is below. Also, be sure to check his site to see more of his work on Behance. Want to submit your work for Fan Friday? Note: you can download the brush referenced below by Madis on DeviantArt. Working With Blending Modes and Gradients to Create a Dark Elf. In this tutorial, you'll learn some great tips and tricks on using multiple gradients and Blending Modes to create an enchanting dark elf character in Adobe Illustrator. You'll see the work flow from sketch to finish and see how creating your own brushes can add those fine refining details your illustration may need. I start by creating the sketch of my design using the Pencil Tool (N) with a fine Stroke Weight of around 0.1pt.
This thickness is convenient because it easier when drawing smaller parts when you're zoomed in at about 300-700%. You'll also benefit from using this thickness when you're drawing more detailed areas such as the face and hands. The sketch is created in two steps as a rule. As soon as everything is ready, the first draft can be deleted. When you want to create an effect of the smooth transition of color, the glow in this case, it's best to use a Radial Gradient. Do not be afraid to go beyond the edges of your image. I've started drawing the snakes. Illustration 3d isométrique : bases et techniques avancées. Tresadenn (Philippe Cam) présente via deux vidéos HD le processus à suivre pour réaliser des illustrations en 3d iso facilement.
Le niveau de la vidéo « Les bases » est débutant. La vidéo « Mise en application » requiert un niveau intermédiaire. Les novices peuvent visualiser plusieurs fois la vidéo Les bases, ou poser leurs questions dans la partie dédiée en bas de page, avant d’entamer la seconde vidéo « Mise en application ». Au travers de techniques simples utilisant les styles graphiques, les repères commentés et les options 3d, vous suivrez dans la vidéo Les bases la construction de volumes simples et la configuration de paramètres sur Illustrator qui vous aideront plus tard. NB : Les fichiers sources et les vidéos sont téléchargeables via le bouton « Download source files » au début du tutoriel.
Qu’est-ce que la 3d isométrique ? À€ lire avant de regarder les vidéos… ou pas. Voici quelques informations importantes qui vous éviteront de nombreuses questions en regardant la vidéo. I. Illustration 3D isométrique (vidéo inside) « Lordyoyo. Hello ! Aujourd’hui on va (encore) parler boulot ! Voici donc une illustration en 3D isométrique réalisée il y a quelques semaines : C’est énorme et ça m’a pris un temps fou, mais c’était extrêmement plaisant à faire ! (Toi aussi Ô jeune : essaye de faire un métier qui te plait. Une fois ce rough validé, j’ai réalisé toute une bibliothèque de mobilier, d’accessoires, et de personnages sous les 4 angles.
Comme je suis sympa, je me suis enregistré en train de bosser sur certaines parties du décor. Illustration isométrique – making-of from VINET Johan on Vimeo. Merci à Gaëlle, Franck, Fabien, Matthieu, et Maud ! A bientôt ! Pour payer l’hébergement du site : How to Create Funky 3D Springs in Illustrator. Many of us have done this before in Auto CAD, 3D Max or Maya. In this tutorial, we will learn how to create 3D springs in Illustrator. We'll be using the 3D Revolve Tool and some manual effort to obtain this quality vector result. Hope you find it interesting! Republished Tutorial Every few weeks, we revisit some of our reader's favorite posts from throughout the history of the site. This tutorial was first published in May of 2009. Below is the final image we will be working towards. Create a new document. Select the circle and go to Effect > 3D > Revolve. Now we'll duplicate and Send to Back. With the duplicate copy still selected, open the Appearance palette (Shift + F6).
In the 3D Revolve dialog box, change the z-axis value to 10 and offset to Left Edge. Now we'll match the faces. Tip: Go to Edit > Preferences > General (Command + K). Select the rings and Alt-drag to duplicate. Tip: Use Shift + Arrow key for larger increments and simply push the Arrow key for normal increments. How to Create Sheet Rolls with Custom Spirals. In this tutorial, I’ll explain how to make custom spirals (apart from the default spiral tool), and use them creatively in making rolls of paper.
So far, I came to know that the spiral tool does not allow a uniform decay (equal spacing) between each wind of a spiral. In this tutorial, I will expose some basic tricks to do so. Hope you find it interesting. Below is the final image we will be working towards. Want access to the full Vector Source files and downloadable copies of every tutorial, including this one? Join Vector Plus for just 9$ a month. Our editor Sean Hodge has created this video tutorial to compliment this text + image tutorial. Create a new document and enable the Smart Guides (Command + U). Create five more copies of this circle with uniform increment of 10px on each circle (30px by 30px, 40px by 40px, 50px by 50px, and so on).
With the Scissors Tool (C), click once on each of the anchor points shown in the red region to cut the joints. Now let's join the arcs. 3D Charts in Adobe Illustrator CS. Adding transparency and depth to graphs By Dave Nagel The default graph styles in Adobe Illustrator aren't exactly awe-inspiring. Come to think of it, graphs in general are pretty boring. But they can be critical for conveying information to an audience with a short attention span. So, when the marketing department hands you some data to "jazz up" for a meeting or your editor hands you a table to format for a sidebar, it's your God-given duty as a designer to get that thing into some semblance of presentability or die trying. One popular way to do this, of course, is to generate 3D graphs to create a sense of depth in the image.
Here's a look at the type of effect we're going for. Creating the chart1. For my example, I'm going to keep things simple and use a single row of data with just three columns. This gives me a simple, three-wedge pie chart. 2. 3. You can also use the Direct Selection tool to dislodge the wedges and rearrange them however you want.
Preparing transparency4. 5.