Adobe Illustrator Tutorial: How to Create a Summer Illustration

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When drawing an illustration, the concept is the most important thing to begin with. In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a funny, cartoon character, using basic shapes and how to transform it in a vector. I definitely think that everyone can improve his/her drawing skills. You should just keep practicing, work a lot and stay motivated. You’ll get there!

Adobe Illustrator Tutorial: How to Draw Characters

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In this tutorial, you can follow step by step the process of creating a female character. From rough sketch to a finished, vector illustration. You can find out, which are the important things when creating a memorable and an easy to recognize character.

Artist of the Week: Morally Wrong Illustration Series by Joanne Ju

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Joanne Ju, is a 2D artist, illustrator from San Francisco, California, United States of America – and somehow she is also a mind reader. She chose to express how we all felt, and to tackle how society wrongfully perceived some ideas. “Morally Wrong – The Irony of Life Lessons” is her project.

Free Vector of the Day #544: Business Illustration

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Today’s freebie is a business illustration. Feel free to use it in commercial and non-commercial projects, personal websites and printed work, as long as it’s a part of a larger design. Please do not sell it, redistribute it yourself, claim it as your own or give it as a bonus item to boost sales for your own products. Download it now!

Pier Paolo’s Cinematics – Animated Illustrations from Classic Films

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In some ways, animation has been around almost as long as painting has, although, as you would expect, the illusion of movement was much more primitive, and we use the term very appropriately, as the animations we’re talking about are paleolithic cave paintings. They depict animals with more sets of legs than they really do have, in an attempt to capture the phenomenon of movement.