Guest post by Sharon Milne, Design & Illustration Editor on Tuts+
Welcome to this month’s catch up showcase of our favorite Adobe Illustrator tutorials available on Tuts+. We publish tutorials on techniques and effects to make awesome vector graphics in Illustrator. My name is Sharon Milne, the Design & Illustration Editor on Tuts+ and it is my pleasure to share with the Illustrator community five of our most interesting and popular tutorials published during March 2014.
Create a Fun Cartoon Character Face in Adobe Illustrator
Andrei Marius is a long time regular author on Tuts+. He contributes several times per month and each one avoids the Pen tool as much as possible, making his tutorials perfect for beginners. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create a fun cartoon character face.
Sergey Kandakov started with a photo of his wife and built upon it to create this grunge looking Day of the Dead character. He then placed her in a poster. Loving this style!
Here’s something to blow your mind… this illustration… the majority of it is made purely with the Rectangle Tool and Warp Effects. Nataliya Dolotko is great at showing our readers how to create simple illustrations from basic tools.
As part of Blend Week, Diana Toma created this awesome tutorial on how to make this set of comic egg characters using the Blend Tool. Our readers have loved this tutorial and created their own eggs.
Here’s a two part tutorial which will make good use of your Creative Cloud subscription. Alex Beltechi shows you how to create an isometric cityscape in Illustrator with some added detailing in Photoshop. Then in the second part, shows you how to create a magazine cover and inner spread.
Each month, we’re looking at tools and processes that our readers have requested further content on. Whether it be because they find that area harder to master or they just love tutorials to do with that area. In March, we looked at Blends and the Blend Tool.
25 Amazing Blend Tutorials in Adobe Illustrator on Tuts+
On behalf of the Vector Author Team on Tuts+, I’d like to thank you for checking out this months top five. There’s plenty more being posted every week day in a variety of areas.
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