How to Create a Tennis Ball Using VectorScribe
In this tutorial we will learn how to create a tennis ball using 3D modeling, Wrinkle Tool, Scatter Brush and gradient fills in Adobe Illustrator. This tutorial also covers some features of the VectorScribe plugin that will make our work more convenient and quick.
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In this tutorial we will learn about the VectorScribe plugin - a perfect complement to Adobe Illustrator. VectorScribe plugin is a powerful tool for contour editing, creating dynamic shapes and corner rounding.
This tutorial will cover a set of tools and techniques for creating a photorealistic vector chopper, such as Blends, Gradient, Gradient Mesh and most importantly we will meet the new VectorScribe plugin, which will make your job easier.
In this tutorial we will learn how to make accurate vector constructions using Arc start-end direction Tool (SubScribe plug-in), Dynamic Corners Tool (VectorScribe plug-in), Dynamic Shapes Tool (VectorScribe plug-in), Line tangent to two paths Tool (SubScribe plug-in), PathScribe Tool (VectorScribe plug-in), Snap to Collisions Tool and Rotate At Collision Tool (ColliderScribe plug-in). Such an arsenal of wonderful tools provides us with complete control and comfort while creating Clothing Zipper. Have fun learning our new Adobe illustrator tutorial!
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a vector Christmas ball from scratch in Adobe Illustrator. In the first part of this tutorial I explain how to create a decor, in the second one how to create a 3D Christmas ball.
Spruce twigs can be created quite easily in vector, which will be demonstrated by following the techniques described in this tutorial. To create a twig, we will be using transformation effects, Appearance panel, and Dynamic Shapes which are created with the help of the VectorScribe plugin. The dynamic shapes will help us quickly create a twig and easily manage its view.
There’s a simple way of creating seamless repeating patterns like these. Let me show you how I created these shapes for geometric patterns using the “Constrain Distance” feature of the InkScribe plug-in together with the “Protractor” tool from VectorScribe!
The mechanical, geometric nature of the robot character featured in this tutorial lends itself to vector artwork — Astute Graphics’ tools really help speed up your workflow in projects like this. Most of this tutorial will use the InkScribe Tool (part of the DrawScribe plugin for Adobe Illustrator) as well as some features from VectorScribe’s range of tools.
In this tutorial, we'll show the advanced Adobe Illustrator artist how to create a realistic looking soccer ball with mesh objects. You'll learn how to create reflections with the Opacity Mask. We'll also make our own swooshes and custom brushes.
In the following tutorial I will show you how to create a colorful, striped Christmas ball using the 3D Revolve effect. I will also show you how to create a symbol using a white rectangle and the Transform effect. Finally you will add some linear/radial gradients, simple strokes and basic effects.
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to create a baseball bat and a baseball using Illustrator's 3D tool and blends. We'll utilize 3D art mapping for texture creation and pathfinder tools to create this classic illustration of a bat and ball.