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Posted by Andrei Marius 2 COMMENTS

Hi there. Have a look at my new tutorial published at Noupe.com. In the following Adobe Illustrator tutorial you will learn how to create a semi-realistic oil barrel illustration. First, we’ll use several rectangles along with some professional pixel perfect vector shape building techniques to create the starting shapes. Next, we’ll break some of the starting shapes apart as needed using a bunch of Pathfinder tools.

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Hi there. Have a look at my new tutorial published on Vectortuts. In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a garbage bin illustration. Use a complete Illustrator CS5 workflow, vector shape building techniques, gradient and opacity shading, as well as various vector effects.

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Hi there. Have a look at my new quick tip published on Vectortuts. In this new quick tip you will learn how to create a simple Projector Screen illustration using some basic shapes and the Appearance Panel. Learn to use professional pixel perfect vector shape building techniques, break shapes apart as needed with Pathfinder tools, and color your graphic elements with highlights and gradients.

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Hi there. Check out my new tutorial published on Vectortuts. In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a plastic ID badge in Adobe Illustrator CS5. We’ll use pixel perfect vector build methods, multiple highlights, and effects to create the plastic and lanyard texture, then add your own image to the badge.

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Hi there. Have a look at my second tutorial published on Noupe.com. In the following steps you will learn how to create your very own simple vector map illustration. First, we’ll build the starting shapes using pixel perfect alignment, some basic vector shape building techniques along with a bunch of warp effects. Then we will put on the finishing touches. We will add the colors along with some simple effects and highlights to give it that final bit of character.

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Hi there. Here’s my new tutorial published on Vectortuts. In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a vector tape measure. Learn to use professional pixel perfect vector shape building techniques, break shapes apart as needed with Pathfinder tools, and color your graphic elements with highlights and gradients, resulting in a metallic tape measure illustration.

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Hi there. Check out my first tutorial published on Noupe.com. In the following steps you will learn how to create a detailed restaurants specials style chalkboard. We’ll start with the Rectangle Tool and some simple vector shape building techniques. Once you have your starting shapes you can continue and add the colors. We’ll use multiple fills and strokes along with a bunch of new effects and some simple blending techniques.

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Hi there. Have a look at my new premium tutorial published on Vectortuts and you will learn how to create a tractor illustration. Learn how to build pixel perfect graphics in Adobe Illustrator CS5. We’ll use multiple tools too build basic shapes, color them, then add texture and shading, with a complete workflow. The professional vector techniques you’ll learn in this tutorial will allow you to create high quality icons, application branding, game graphics and more.

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Hi there. Check out my new tutorial published on Vectortuts. In the following Adobe Illustrator tutorial you will learn how to create a detailed surveillance camera illustration. Discover how to use professional vector shape building techniques, pixel based highlighting, and vector effects to design this artwork.

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Hi there. Have a look at my new quick tip published on Vectortuts. In the following steps you will learn how to create a simple piece of paper. This tutorial will introduce you to the Appearance panel. First, you will need two basic tools and some Pathfinder options to create the starting shape. Next, using some fills and strokes, several effects, a built-in pattern and some nice blending techniques you will create your own simple piece of paper.

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