Saturday, March 21, 2009

Vector Skyline Adobe Illustrator Tutorial

A video tutorial by Liron Tocker, explaining the stages of creating a vector skyline illustration using Adobe Illustrator. The tutorial is useful for beginner artists to understand the process of tracing graphic elements using the Pen Tool...

Anonymous said...

Well its still very hard for me to work with the pen tool but I think I got you
Thank you very much for your effort I liked the video :D

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing

Michael Keegan said...

There's actually no need to expand vector lines into fills to have them scale properly. Select a vector line (or group of vectors), then click Object in the menu bar. From the drop-down, select transform >> scale...

A dialogue box will appear. Tick the box next to "scale strokes and effects", then click OK.

Not only will this scale strokes to keep them in proportion, it will also scale any effects you have on your artwork, such as a gaussian blur or warp effect.

Hope this helps. I know the scale option box is an oft-overlooked part of illustrator. But it's a valuable one.


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