We do focus a lot on Photoshop resources here at Design Reviver, and as such, in today’s news round-up, we would like to highlight tutorials from its much prettier and flexible sister, namely Illustrator. Below you will find a small collection of our favorite Illustrator tutorials from recent weeks.
Due to its accessibility, Cubism, an art movement founded by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque, is making its way to our artworks, allowing us to create stylish logos that have a specific visual pleasure in no time. This is a simple, pen-drawing, Illustrator tutorial with just a touch of Photoshop.
Cubism Inspired Logo using Illustrator and Photoshop
In this tutorial you can learn how to create a super sleek laptop icon. Once you’ve created the basic shapes, it’s very easy to continue with the other components.
Create a Laptop Icon with Illustrator
This tutorial is for all you groovy, peace-loving people, and a tribute for those good old times. Quickly learn how to create a stylized hippie van using some simple illustration techniques and Illustrator’s new drawing modes.
Illustrate a Colorful Hippie Peace Van
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a medieval paper scroll with the 3D Extrude & Revolve tool. Using texture, you will also learn how to make an object look old and how to map artwork to a 3D Vector object.
How to Create a Medieval Paper Scroll
In this tutorial you will be guided through the process of drawing in Adobe Illustrator CS4 a vintage girl from the 20s, mainly using the Pen Tool (P) and Direct Selection Tool (A) and bold colors.
How to Draw a 20s Chick Using Adobe Illustrator
This tutorial covers how basic shapes and a solid understanding of perspective and volume work together to quickly build a successful icon.
How to Illustrate a Marvelous Violin Icon