In today’s Adobe Illustrator video tutorial, I’ll show you how to create an outdoor badge design that includes simple mountain artwork and a colorful sunset effect in a retro color scheme. This logo style is based on embroidered national park patches and has become a popular design trend for all kinds of brand identities outdoors,
Find out how to Create a Colourful Retro-Fashion ‘Rainbow’ Textual content Impact in Adobe Illustrator
Follow today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial to create a colorful text effect that consists of a stack of text elements that go through the color spectrum to create a rainbow effect. This text style has a certain retro feel to it. This is the effect you might see on an old VHS tape box or branded
In today's Adobe Illustrator tutorial, I'm going to show you how to create a retro badge style logo design with a simplified vector skull illustration and text elements that follow the circular outline of the badge container. To create the badge logo design, we will first draw the vector skull illustration using basic shapes to
Ever since creating the storefront with unique whiskey bottle packaging and label designs, I've wanted to try creating my own type of liquor bottle label design. I also have a resource in my collection that I was dying to use. This would be the perfect tool for creating a Victorian style branded design with ornate
In today's Adobe Illustrator tutorial, I'm going to show you a really useful technique for creating isometric art, especially an isometric city scene with lots of skyscrapers and bright neon lights. Typically, isometric illustrations are drawn using a grid. However, this method makes it easier to create simple 3D objects of various shapes and sizes.
Creating geometric patterns in Adobe Illustrator is always an entertaining creative project. You can use the same basic technique every time, but experiment with different shapes and colors to create endless pattern styles. Follow today's Adobe Illustrator tutorial to create a colorful geometric pattern based on a series of triangle shapes. I'll show you how
I've been admiring the label work on vintage insurance cards lately. These old documents were originally created by hand by handwriter who illustrated the front page with elaborate lettering and detailed embellishments. Carefully illustrating works of art like this by hand is a dying art form that would have required years of training as a