Illustrator Tutorials Roundup – Best of 2012


Remember I promised that I would also post a roundup with the most popular Illustrator tutorials from 2012? Well, this is it. And this isn’t the only piece of good news that I’ve prepared for you; from now on, I’m also going to post a monthly roundup with Illustrator tutorials, to help you improve your necessary skills for creating exceptional vector illustrations.

So what are you going to learn today?

You can take this opportunity to brush up on last year’s trends and get some much needed design inspiration to kick start this one. So today’s favorites are how to create a self portrait in geometric style, how to create a realistic 3D calculator, how to create infographics, a vintage label, a vector compass, web interface sliders, how to create a stylish vector hair typography illustration, how to create your own leather texture and many more awesome tricks that would fit nicely up a designer’s sleeve. Enjoy!

Create a Professional 3D Twitter Icon in Illustrator

Create Your Own Leather Texture Using Adobe Illustrator

How to Create Infographics in Adobe Illustrator

Create a Student’s Desk in Top View Using Simple Shapes and Textures

How to Create a Self Portrait in a Geometric Style

How to Create a Realistic, Shiny Fountain Pen Nib in Vector

Learn How to Create a Vintage Label in Illustrator

How to Create an Editorial Illustration from Sketch to Vector

Creation of a Realistic 3D Calculator in Illustrator

Create a Stylish Vector Hair Typography Illustration

How to Create a Golden Vector Compass in Illustrator

Create an Inspirational Vector Political Poster

How to Create a Simple Set of Ribbon Icons

How to Create a Vector Sponge Art Effect in Illustrator

How to Create Web Interface Sliders Using Adobe Illustrator

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  2. Michak says

    Very useful set :) I’ve recently finished a course in Illustrator’s basics and I was looking for collections like this

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