Tag: adobe illustrator

Raster vs. Vector – What’s the difference?

Raster vs. Vector – What’s the difference?

There are two types of digital artwork– raster images and vector images. Both have their own advantages, and both can be used for print. So what’s the difference? Raster images, also known as bitmap images, are made up of a bunch of tiny pixels. From a distance, these pixels blend together to form a clear

Pixel Art | Cara Membuat Desain Bergaya Pixel Art di Illustrator

Pixel Art | Cara Membuat Desain Bergaya Pixel Art di Illustrator

Hello friends meet again with me Zhawwier in this tutorial, I will share to you how to make a stylish design Pixel Art what it Pixel Art? in short, Pixel Art is a design created using Photoshop shaped boxes but this time we will create with Adobe Illustrator curious? let’s consider the following tutorial here

How To Create a Contour Map Effect with Photoshop & Illustrator

How To Create a Contour Map Effect with Photoshop & Illustrator

Hello everyone and welcome back to another Spoon Graphics video tutorial. Today we’re going to combine the powers of Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator to create a contour map effect, you know the ones with loads of lines that show the topography of the landscape. They’re often associated with adventure and outdoors themed designs. I

Illustration: Design a Pixel Art Flower (beginner) | TUTPAD

Illustration: Design a Pixel Art Flower (beginner) | TUTPAD

Hello my name is Maria Keller and I’m a digital artist from Mexico. On this tutorial I’ll teach you how to create a flower made out of pixels in Adobe Illustrator. So let’s begin. The first thing we’re going to do is create a new document. I have already created mine to save time, but

How to Draw a Retro Mascot Character Design in Illustrator

How to Draw a Retro Mascot Character Design in Illustrator

Hello everyone this is Chris from Spoon Graphics back with another video tutorial for Adobe Illustrator. Today we’re going to have some fun creating a retro mascot character design of a hot dog, using inspiration from the classic cartoon style of the 1930s known as “rubber hose”. Imagine the early Disney or Fleischer Studios characters