20 Useful Adobe Illustrator Tutorials and Resources

Adobe illustrator is one of the most powerful design software which enables to create most delicate art form of any image. A designer must learn illustrator in depth for a higher range of graphics or web design. Today I present 20 Useful Adobe Illustrator Tutorials with Source file which surly motivate designers.

How to Create Gradient Fills and on Stroke in Inkscape

How to Create a Beautiful Mixed Media Illustration

Iron Man in Illustrator and Photoshop

How to Create Color Transition with Blend Tool in Adobe Illustrator

Create a Stylish, Vector Hair Typography Illustration

Create Colorful Glossy Rating Stars

Create a Simple School Teddy Bear in Adobe Illustrator

Man of Steel Symbol in Illustrator and Photoshop

How to Draw Realistic Eyes in Photoshop

How to Create a Steel Volume Knob in Adobe Illustrator

Create an Adventure Time Scene in Illustrator

Draw a Compact Camcorder in Illustrator

Adobe Illustrator Tutorial: Create a Printer Illustration

How to Make a Vector Webcam Illustration

Four Ways to Crop a Vector Illustration in Adobe Illustrator

Create a Cute and Scary Children’s Illustration in Photoshop

How to Combine Several Gradients in Adobe Illustrator

How to Create a 3D Gold Trophy Cup Using Adobe Illustrator

Exporting to Other File Formats in Adobe Illustrator

Create a Set of “Almost Flat” Modern Icons in Adobe Illustrator

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Dibakar Jana is a 27 year old Web/Graphic/Flash Designer and Blogger from Calcutta ("Kolkata"), India. He is the founder and Chief Editor of DJDesignerLab, a blog for designers. He has other two Blogs also; DJDesignFuture and Mystrious, both are web design related website. Now he organize an experienced team to manage all these three website. You can follow him on Twitter or @djdesignerlab and join him on Facebook.

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