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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.

How to Create a Geometric, WPAP Vector Portrait in Adobe Illustrator. Adobe Illustrator_ 3D Mapping to invisible geometry. [CG Textures] - Textures for 3D, graphic design and Photoshop! How to Create a Fancy Gift Bow using Adobe Illustrator. In this tutorial you will learn how to create a realistic image of a gift bow using the Mesh Tool. With many uses including greeting cards, designs and even web banners, I'm sure you'll find many uses for this fancy ribbon. You will also learn many helpful tips on how to use the gradient mesh to make conical gradients. Let's get started! First, determine the colors that you're going to use. All the colors will match the numbers, which I will use in screenshots and further description. I use a light red color # 1 (C = 2, M = 83, Y = 73 and K = 0) as the basic one. I used two colors to reproduce the highlights of the bow: pink # 2 (C = 5, M = 64, Y = 52 and K = 0), pale pink # 3 (C = 0, M = 20, Y = 23 and K = 0).

Using the Rectangle Tool (M) create the shape of ribbon with a linear gradient fill. Create the upper edge of the ribbon. Create the shadow from the ribbon. Select the two rectangles and go to Object > Blend > Make. Let us proceed to the bow elements. Typography - Tuts+ Design & Illustration Category. As you will have heard countless times, white space is a very important element to a successful layout. A large proportion of a white space will typically be occupied by margins. The purpose of this tut is to give new InDesign users the knowledge on setting up margins and their functions relating to two main layout types, which are single and facing page layouts.

As you will have heard countless times, white space is a very important element to a successful layout. A large proportion of a white space will typically be occupied by margins. Cool Typography with the Blend Tool in Illustrator. I have written some Illustrator tutorials in which I've used the Blend Tool to create swirls and other shapes, but I have never used it to create a text effect. Then we received this email suggestion from one of our readers quite a few months ago asking us how to create that effect.

I really like the text effect and decided to give it a try. So in this tutorial I will show you how to create a text effect using the Blend Tool in Illustrator and then we will use Photoshop for some final retouches to make the effect more subtle. The technique is very simple and it won't take more than 30 minutes to achieve the same effect. Step 1 Open Illustrator and create a new document. With the Pen Tool (P) create a Z with just a few points. Step 2 Duplicate the Z and move it down a little bit. Step 3 Select the Blend Tool (W), then click on one of the segments and then on the other to create the blend object. Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Apply the Blend Tool (W) for the letters E.

Step 8 Step 9 Conclusion. 40 Must Learn Text Effect Tutorials in Illustrator. Tutorials January 31, 2011 The love of creating text effects has become a common ground for many designers and enthusiasts. Indeed, it has even become an art form in itself. It would be best to learn from other artists every now and then. Check out these 40 Must Learn Text Effect Tutorials in Illustrator and be inspired to create your own masterpieces; you could even share your work with the rest of the world right in the comments below! Create a Green Viscous Text Effect In this tutorial you will use illustrator’s 3D tools to add dimension on the text, and then add a green viscous text effect.. Learn to Create a Variety of Script Lettering This tutorial will showcase three different approaches, which result in three different script lettering styles. starting with a nice simple basic script, touch on a more athletic inspired lettering style and work along the way to a classic, fancy script.

How to create a glassy text effect in Illustrator How to Create an Entangled Lettering Illustration. 40 Tutorials for Outstanding Text Effects in Illustrator. Fuzzy, sketchy, bubbly, viscous, sleek, shiny, retro, futuristic: you can do it all in Adobe Illustrator. In this showcase, we have collected 40 tutorials that show you how to create awesome typographic effects in Illustrator, step by step.

Some of these tutorials require the use of Photoshop for finer details. With these tutorials, you’ll learn how to create these typographic masterpieces and develop the skills to apply them to your own personal creations. If you know of any other great tutorials for text effects in Illustrator, please share them with us in the comments at the end of the article. Create a Variety of 3-D Lettering Effects for Poster Design In this tutorial, the artist showcases three approaches to creating simple 3-D lettering effects for posters. The tutorial is for beginners and is easy to follow. Learn to Create a Variety of Script Lettering In this tutorial, the artist showcases three approaches, this time resulting in three different script styles. How to Create a Stylish Deer with Brushes and Graphic Styles in Adobe Illustrator.

70 Awesome Illustrator Tutorials That Every Designer Should See. Welcome to day 2 of tutorial week on Designrfix. Today we have assembled a stunning collection of some of the latest and most creative Illustrator tutorials from around the Web. I am confident that these 70 awesome Illustrator tutorials will guide you in creating some of the most amazing Illustrations for your next project.

Hope you like them and tune in tomorrow for the next installment of tutorials! Want more articles from tutorial week? Check out some of my previous posts: 100 Photoshop CS6 Tutorials The Great Gatsby Art Deco Style in Illustrator and Photoshop [adsense] Adobe Illustrator tutorial: Create vintage type styles Quick Tip: Creating a Bazinga! Custom Dusty Type Treatment Illustrator Tutorial Create a Cosmic Typo Wallpaper in Photoshop and Illustrator How to Create a Vector Cross Stitch Effect in Adobe Illustrator Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop tutorial: Create 3D type with paint drips How to Create an Andy Warhol Inspired Pop Art Portrait in Illustrator Easy Bomb-Omb in Illustrator.

How to Create a Digital Doodled Snowflake in Adobe Illustrator. Much of my childhood included hours spent cutting out odd shapes from folded pieces of paper and unfolding them to reveal the weirdest snowflakes I could imagine. Join me in Adobe Illustrator for a fun twist on this classic craft project. Draw a large circle (mine is eight inches in diameter for printing purposes) with the Ellipse Tool (L), fill set to null, Stroke Weight 1pt.

Using the Line Segment Tool (\) to dissect the circle vertically. Copy (Control-C) and Paste (Control-V) the line and Rotate it 45 degrees. Repeat twice so there's eight equal sections in the circle (hold down Shift while rotating and you'll hit the correct angles). Align the lines and circle to the center. Group (Control-G) together the lines and lock the layer. Add a new layer. I find it easiest to keep track of everything if the guidelines are on one layer, the sketch on another, and the art layer between the two. I'm using my initial sketch as a general guide for this part. Copy and Paste the snowflake design. INCRUSTATION de texte et de formes avec ILLUSTRATOR - Le BLOG sur la VECTORISATION.

Mardi 21 juin 2 21 /06 /Juin 17:12 Ce didacticiel montrera une façon de procéder pour obtenir un effet d’incrustation d’une forme. Cet effet est facilement réalisable avec Photoshop sur du texte mais Illustrator permet de créer une typographie du texte stylé tout en gardant le texte éditable. Nous utiliserons les panneaux aspect et styles graphiques qui permettront d’appliquer rapidement l’effet créé à un texte éditable et à des objets vectoriels. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Autres Didacticiels : "Didacticiel sur l'incrustation de texte et de formes avec Adobe Illustrator" réalisé par Tommy Toussaint Tous droits réservés vectoriser.com 2006/2011 Partager l'article ! InShare Par vectorisation - Publié dans : Illustrator -Communauté : L'Infographie 0. Créer un dégradé transparent avec Illustrator - Voici une suite au dernier tutorial Illustrator, il s’agit cette fois ci de créer un dégradé transparent.

Important pour créer un reflet sur un bouton ou un titre par exemple. Sur un nouveau document, j’ai crée une ellipse que j’ai ensuite remplis d’un dégradé (voir le tutorial précédent). Ensuite j’ai crée par-dessus une ellipse blanche. Pour information : lorsque j’ai terminé mon travail sur un calque, je verrouille celui-ci en appuyant (sur la fenêtre des calques) sur le petit cadenas se trouvant à gauche de chaque calque. Ca me permet de ne pas le sélectionner quand je veux faire des manipulations sur mes autres calques.

Je duplique cette ellipse blanche, et je la remplis d’un dégradé noir vers blanc. Je sélectionne les deux ellipses (la blanche ainsi que celle avec le dégradé), puis je clique sur le menu transparent (pour afficher la fenêtre), puis sur le petit bouton en haut à droite et puis sur Créer un masque d’opacité. Voici le résultat : Bonne chance pour la suite.

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Create a Sticky Summer Typography Printable Poster in Illustrator. In this tutorial I would like to show you a few techniques on how to create a typography poster perfect for closing of summer. We'll be editing a pre-made font, adjusting a pre-made pattern and using quick and easy techniques to turn a simple illustration into a beautiful poster. 1. Set Up Your Document We will be creating a standard 18 x 24in poster. Let's begin by creating a New document at that size. When creating the document be sure to change the Document Profile to Print and adjust the units to Inches and ensure the Color Mode is set to CMYK. Since our background design goes to the edge of the paper, this poster requires a bleed. 2.

Step 1 With the Artboard complete let's create our color palette that we'll be working off of throughout the piece. Step 2 With all three of these squares selected go to Object > Blend > Blend Options and enter the following information. 3. Let's now create the background layer that our text will sit on. Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 4. Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 5. Back to School Special: 30 Easy Adobe Illustrator Tutorials. Summer is coming to an end and it is almost time to go back to school again. With this in mind, let us get to basics and share with you a selection of great beginner tutorials and articles which explain tools, panels and other tricks Adobe Illustrator has to offer! Back to Basics: Learn the Basic Tools Before you jump into more complex projects, it's always good to get to know the tools you will be working with on a regular basis.

If you're an absolute beginner or perhaps a seasoned pro, learning the basics is a must have. You may realize something you might not have seen before, so it's always good to refresh your knowledge of these tools. Illustrator's Pen Tool: The Comprehensive GuideIf you use Adobe Illustrator, then it's almost certain that you use the Pen Tool when creating your paths. An Introduction to Illustration's Color ToolsYou may know about RGB and CMYK, but how about LAB or HSB? Create CS5 Width Profile Brushes in any Version of Adobe Illustrator CS! Conclusion. Create a Set of "Almost Flat" Modern Icons in Adobe Illustrator. With this tutorial I would like to show you a few tricks on creating clean lines and edges when working with the flat design trend, in Adobe Illustrator.

Simple layered styles and reusing Graphic Styles to help your workflow are most efficient, so you should be able to create a set of matching icons in no time. 1. Setting Up Your Document To start, let's create an art board that is 500 x 500px. Since our icons are rather module and have a lot of straight lines it would be best to work with a grid to ensure perfect pixel crisp shapes. So let's create a grid that is 1px and then show and Snap to Grid as outlined below. 2. While making your icons try to keep in mind the use of the icon itself and where it will be placed. Step 1 I'll be creating the wireframe of these icons with basic shapes then adjusting the style of the shapes using a handful of Graphic Styles. Step 2 Next, select the Ellipse Tool (L) and create several concentric circles. Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Step 9 Step 10 3.

Create a Mosaic, BBC Inspired, Text Art Effect in Adobe Illustrator. Inspiration can come from many sources. The inspiration for this effect is from a recent BBC One animation for their spring season programming. In the following steps you will learn how to create a colorful text effect in Adobe Illustrator. For starters you will learn how to setup a simple grid and how to create a set of graphic styles using the Appearance panel and some basic effects. Next, using the Ellipse Tool and the Transform effect you will learn how to create the pieces that will help you build the text. Hit Control-N to create a new document. Enable the Grid (View > Show Grid) and the Snap to Grid (View > Snap to Grid). Using the Ellipse Tool (L), create a 6px circles, fill it with R=39, G=170, B=225 and make sure that it has no color set for the stroke.

Focus on your blue circles. Select the next blue circle, focus on the Appearance panel and add a second fill. Select the next blue circle, focus on the Appearance panel and simply hit Shift-X. Here is how it should look. Lexique d'Illustrator français-anglais. Illustrator - Création d’une… - Les FONCTIONS… - MASQUE d’opacité… - Réalisation d'un… - Amélioration d'un… - Le BLOG sur la VECTORISATION. Mardi 26 juillet 2011 2 26 /07 /Juil /2011 09:00 Dans ce didacticiel nous verrons quelques étapes permettant la réalisation d'un fond avec Adobe Illustrator.

Ces étapes pourront servir pour la création de n'importe quel fond ou style. Ce fond est créé avec Adobe Illustrator, il est donc vectoriel et imprimable dans toutes les résolutions. Création de l'arrière-plan. 1. Avec l'Outil Plume (P), tracez un triangle isocèle. 3. 4. 5. . ( Quand vous appliquerez les dégradés de couleurs, veuillez bien faire attention que vous ciblez bien le sous-calque que vous voulez dégrader) 6. 7.

Le pliage 1. 2. 3. 4. Les cercles - Au lieu de tracés plusieurs fois le même cercle, nous créerons un seul cercle que nous convertirons en symbole pour gagner du temps en niveau traçage. 1. 2. . - Maintenant vous pouvez placer vos cercles et utiliser les nombreux outils qui permettent la manipulation des symboles. "Création d'un logo vectorisé en style WEB 2.0 sous ILLUSTRATOR" rédigé par Nicolas Leonard. Illustrator tutorial: create a seamless folk pattern  Create a Sci-Fi, Vector Portrait Made of Symbols. Tutorial Illustrator - Scripts & Scriptographer. 33 New High Quality Adobe Illustrator Tutorials. 20 Tutoriels de qualité pour Illustrator. 25+ Illustrator Tutorials: Vintage Graphics & Retro Illustration. 30 Illustrator Videos To Turn You Into An Expert.

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