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Hi there. Have a look at my new tutorial published at Vectorcove. In the following Illustrator tutorial you will learn how to create a simple set of 3D player buttons. For starters you will learn how to create a set of symbols using basic tools along with Average options and the Rouned Corners effect. Next, using the 3D Extrude & Bevel effect and its Mapping options along with those symbols you will learn how to create the rough 3D effect.

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Hi there. Check out my new tutorial published at Vectips and you can learn how to create a set of download buttons in Adobe Illustrator. For starters you will learn how to set up a simple grid. Once your document is set up, you will create the main shapes using basic tools and effects along with some simple vector shape building techniques. Next, you will learn how to take full advantage of the Appearance panel.

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Hi there. Here’s a new tutorial published at VectorCove. First, you will learn how to set up a grid and how to create a simple set of shapes using basic tools and effects. Next, using some offset and Pathfinder options you will learn how to add the highlights. Finally, using the Appearance panel, some basic blending techniques and a bunch of simple effects you will add the final touches.

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Hi there. Here’s my new tutorial published at Vectortuts. In the following steps you will learn how to create a seamless coffee bean pattern in Adobe Illustrator. You will start by learning how to create a simple art brush. Next, using some basic tools and effects along with the Round Any Corner script you will learn how to create the starting coffee bean shape, how to multiply, resize and recolor it.

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Hi there. Here’s my new tutorial published at Vectortuts. In the following steps you will learn how to turn simple hanging sign illustration in Adobe Illustrator. For starters you will only need a simple rectangle. Taking full advantage of the Appearance panel we will add colors, highlights and some simple shading for this rectangle. Once you have your main piece we’ll create the rest of the shapes.

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Hi there. Check out my new tutorial published at VectorCove. In the following steps you will learn how to create a simple radial progress bar. First, using the Ellipse Tool and some basic vector shape building techniques we’ll create the starting shapes. Next, using the Transform effect, the Pathfinder options and some basic blending techniques we’ll add the detailing.

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Hi there. Have a look at my new tutorial published at Vectortuts. In the following steps you will learn how to turn simple USB stick illustration into a nice sign in button. It’s another one of those tutorials that focuses a lot on the Appearance panel. We’ll start with a simple rectangle, the Rounded Corners effect and some simple Pathfinder and Transform options.

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Hi there. Check out my new vector tutorial published at this new website dedicated to Illustrator called VectorCove. In the following steps you will learn how to create a simple flip clock using only a simple piece of text (in this particular case, a number) and the Appearance panel. Give it a try and you might be surprised by the possibilities that the Appearance panel can offer.

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Hi there. Check out this new quick tip published at Vectortuts. In the following quick tip you will learn how to create a simple step by step progress bar using Adobe Illustrator. For the main shapes we’ll use some basic tools along with the Transform effect and some simple Pathfinder options. For the small details we’ll use some basic vector shape building techniques, several Drop Shadow effects and some simple blending techniques.

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Hi there. Check this new premium tutorial published at Vectortuts and you will learn how to create a detailed sing in/sign up form using Adobe Illustrator. It’s a pretty long tutorial that might teach you some new stuff about the Appearance panel or about working with text. For the starting shapes you will only need the Rectangle and the Ellipse tools along with the Rounded Corners and the Roughen effects.

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    Finder Logo
    BMW Logo
    Flask Illustration
    Cube