15 Digital Illustration Tutorials and Techniques
- November 07
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“Imake things” shows you how to make a repeat pattern based on map-like imagery. He uses simple shapes and icons to illustrate geographical features from a bird’s-eye point of view.
Chris Parks introduce you to Illustrator’s pressure sensitive ‘Blob Brush’ and you’ll learn some techniques for adding quick color and detailed depth.
- You’ll also pick up some good tips on workflow.
- Also know about how to add detail by creating separate graphics and duplicating them to save time without sacrificing quality.
Tim Smith demonstrates how to use Illustrator to create precise isometric scenes. He shows the basic isometric principles needed to develop and experiment with your own isometric illustrations, 3D models, diagrams, info graphic.
Ben guides you through getting started with Adobe’sKuler app, then using the color palettes in Illustrator. You’ll also discover the Image Brush tool in Illustrator CC, where you’ll learn to apply a jpg or bmp image to a brushstroke.
Jeffrey Bowman discloses the techniques he uses to create texture and then explains how he adds this to his work.
- You can learn how to take scanned textures and turn them into vectors using image trace, and then effectively apply them to your illustration using clipping masks.
- Jeffrey also explains how to add brush strokes to hard vector edges, so as to give a hand-drawn feel to your work.
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