Learn how to make a UFO Illustration with halftone textures in Adobe Illustrator using basic shapes, the Pathfinder Panel, and a few carefully chosen colors.
A step-by-step tutorial on creating a retro-style character in Illustrator. Perfect if you want to learn how to draw cartoons, character development, or create mascot illustrations for clients. The tutorial goes from sketch to creating artwork in Illustrator to adding retro textures in Photoshop.
This tutorial will cover some of the basics of Illustrator and how to illustrate a mid century house. Mid century houses are geometrical and angular which, in turn, makes it easy and fun to illustrate.
Learn how to create an engraved illustration effect in Illustrator in this surprisingly easy tutorial. In this tutorial, we'll be creating an engraved eye illustration using a simple sketch/photo and the help of some Illustrator brushes.
Using stippling brushes in Illustrator is a great way to add texture, shading, and interest to your illustration work. In this tutorial, I'll show you three useful ways you can use stippling techniques in your digital drawings.
Love speed lines on vintage motor oil cans? Achieve this dynamic look in your designs with this simple, yet effective trick.
Discover our favorite method and a few unexpected ways to get great results with vector charcoal and pencil brushes in Adobe Illustrator, with this collection of pro tips and tricks.
Graphic styles are the fastest way to achieve time-consuming effects in Adobe Illustrator. By using graphic styles you can achieve looks like our classic PopType effect below with a single mouse click.
Designer and illustrator Jordan Wong walks through how to give your posters a vintage aesthetic with the authentic World War II-era brushes, actions and textures inside the RetroSupply Kit.
Ever wanted to create a retro-style badge design in Illustrator? Then want no more! Follow this time-lapse tutorial to find out how to create a very simple one using just two fonts and a few graphics.
Talented children's book illustrator Ralph Cosentino shares three top tips for using Illustrator brushes, including how to tastefully work in organic textures, and how to save time with blending modes.
Unlike Photoshop brushes, Illustrator brushes are essentially shapes that are stretched and compressed – so it takes a little more finesse to produce amazing results. Here are three pro tips for getting exactly that.