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10 expert tips for improving your packaging design skills. There are few things more rewarding than seeing your packaging designs appear on supermarket shelves across the country.

10 expert tips for improving your packaging design skills

But there's more to packaging design than just a great creative vision. Put simply, if your idea isn't executed well, it will probably never make it to the finished product. Here we offer 10 expert tips to help make your workflow more efficient and successful – and hopefully make your packaging dreams a reality... 01. Use approved cutter guides Make sure your client or printer has given you the right specs – never start a packaging job without the right details. Making sure everything is right from the offset will prevent any problems at a later date. 02. If you're making the cutter guide yourself on the client's specifications, don't only get it approved by the client but also involve the printer from the beginning. 03. Here's a great tip for visualising your packaging designs: use Illustrator's 3D Revolve tool. 04. 05. 30 Amazing 3D Illustrator Tutorials Collection. Adobe Illustrator is a vector illustration application. Meanwhile, The illustrator features and capabilities can extend the known vector graphic art by creating detailed and photorealistic high quality 3D illustrations.

The idea behind creating high quality 3D content is to know more about the tips and tricks that allow you to create vector content on the 3 dimensions. This is a collection of 30 useful tutorials with different styles and techniques to creating various artworks and 3d effects in Adobe Illustrator. If you like this collection, you may like to check these other tutorials as well: Here is a technique for creating dot matrix style images which is helpful for learning about selection tools and the basics in Illustrator.

Create Beautiful 3D Graphs and Charts in Illustrator. I love graphs.

Create Beautiful 3D Graphs and Charts in Illustrator

There is something gorgeous in aesthetically pleasing, visual representation of data. In this tutorial I’ll show you how to put some style into graphs generated in Adobe Illustrator. Step 1: The Column Graph Not a lot of people are aware of the fact that Illustrator has a tool for generating graphs. While being very useful, the graphs it generates are not really visually interesting… But let me first introduce you to the basics of this tool. Create a 3D rocket ship in Adobe Illustrator CS5. Creative Nerds - Part 8.

Tut Number 12 is really cool... – dims2008

3D Gradient Text Effect in Illustrator CS5. Type embellishment is what sets the stage for a good design project.

3D Gradient Text Effect in Illustrator CS5

Remember, typography gets most of the attention when it comes to design. Create an Ancient Ceramic Vase in Illustrator CS5 In this tutorial we will learn how to create an ancient ceramic vase in Illustrator CS5.

Creating a 3D Logo or Icon with Illustrator - Yassine Bentaieb. For my first ever blog and tutorial post I will try to share my experiences with creating 3D icons and logo’s in Adobe Illustrator.

Creating a 3D Logo or Icon with Illustrator - Yassine Bentaieb

Even though I am a minimalist when it comes to design(especially branding), I think these techniques can be useful for creating icons whenever you’ll be needing them. The post is basically for everybody wanting to get to know Illustrator’s tools a little better. Since this is the first time I’ve ever done such a thing, I’d appreciate any feedback for a better tutorial post in the future. Thanks and enjoy! What will we be making? Illustrator Tutorial 3D Vase And Rose. Embed To Your Site!

Illustrator Tutorial 3D Vase And Rose

Copy and paste code Related PostsCreating A Geometric Shape Object Tutorial3d Multicolor Ball TutorialCreating Perfect Logo Backing With The Pathfinder Tutorial How To Make A Push Pin Vector Tutorial Wood Grain Texture Tutorial This entry was posted on Saturday, April 30th, 2011 at 8:28 pm and is filed under design. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Vector Tutorial: Creating Your Own Colorful and Patterned Christmas Balls. It seems like ages since I last shared a vector tutorial here.

Vector Tutorial: Creating Your Own Colorful and Patterned Christmas Balls

The last one was “Vector Tutorial: Creating Your Own Vector iPhone“, and with the quite busy schedule I’ve had these past few months I haven’t got much time to do another lengthy tutorial until this time. Luckily, I was able to find time to do one. Probably my last tutorial for the year. So I hope you’ll be able to get along with this one. It’s December, and Christmas Season is in the air, so there’s nothing more appropriate than to show you how to create some shiny vector Christmas balls using Adobe Illustrator (CS4). Here’s a preview first of the Christmas balls that we will do with this tutorial. Part 1 – The Christmas Ball Step 1: Creating the basic shape The Christmas ball shape consists of just two basic shapes, circle for the body and a small rectangle for the neck. (1) Overlap both shapes as seen above. (2) Open the “Pathfinder palette” and use the “Unite” tool to combine the two shapes into one.

Grungy 3D Text In Illustrator at Design Panoply.

3D Graphs and Charts

Create a Colorful 3D Sliced Sphere to use as a Logo Design. Creating 3D Dice from Scratch in Adobe Illustrator (Super In-Depth!) Create Super Glossy 3D Typography in Illustrator and Photoshop.