What You’ll Be Creating In a previous tutorial , we created an isometric island, and today we will animate key elements of that island. We’ll use Adobe Illustrator to prepare the files and After Effects to animate. The purpose of this tutorial is to take an illustration and breathe some life into it by adding animation.
What makes Tuts+ so special is our community. At a meetup of Tuts+ readers and contributors in London, I had the chance to speak to some of our readers about how they use Tuts+ and what it means to them
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An Interview With Tuts+ Reader Lucy Stanford
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial you will learn how to create a classic pin-up with a traditional tattoo art finish.
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial you will learn how you can easily create your own mist brushes using different filters and transformations. 1
How to Create Your Own Fog Brushes in Adobe Photoshop
What You’ll Be Creating High-quality textures are an integral part of creating digital artwork with depth, realism and visual interest. One of the best ways of adding believable detail to any digitally created element or illustration is to use good textures.
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New Course: Texture Crafting in Adobe Photoshop
What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a detailed illustration of a double-decker bus in Adobe Illustrator. For starters you will learn how to set up a simple grid and how to create the main shape using several rectangles, basic vector shape building techniques and the Live Corners feature
Create a Double-Decker Bus Illustration in Adobe Illustrator
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What You’ll Be Creating Today we’ll draw a cute pony. It may look very simple, but it will be based on a realistic horse —just in less advanced form. You’ll learn how to build a “base” for a drawing and how to measure with lines
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Drawing for Kids: Draw a Pony
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What You’ll Be Creating If you want to improve your vector portraits without investing a lot of time and money, our new course, Vector Pet Portraits: Cats! , is for you. In just eight short videos with a total viewing time of under an hour, you’ll learn some great vector techniques while completing a fun, practical project. And best of all, it’s free