How to draw an OWL “vector illustration” in Adobe Illustrator

Using Adobe Illustrator Maa Illustrations has illustrated an Owl sitting. This video will be very helpful in understanding the power of Adobe Illustrator and learn some lessons on how to use the available tools in developing the skills you have to become a better illustrator. Share our educational illustration video. Thank you. FOR MORE TUTORIALS - Continue Reading

Sun Burst Vector by Maa Illustrations in Adobe Illustrator

Maa Illustrations have brought a video on how to draw a sun burst vector on Adobe Illustrator in simple steps that would become helpful for the learners to implement on other vector illustrations. The orange sun beam is being illustrated first by drawing a black circle and converting it into dashed lines using ellipse tool. Cutting the centre and then join the beams to feel a centralized look. FOR Continue Reading

A New Way of Creating Flowers

Choose a colour and use stroke instead of fill. Make an elongated oval.               Choose the Rotate tool. Rotate the oval and then click on the Alt and Shift keys to duplicate.               Hold the Control key down and hit the D key twice.               Change Continue Reading

A Bug Story in Illustrator

1 Draw an ellipse. Choose the Direct Selection tool.       2 Choose the bottom point. Hold the Shift key down and drag.               3 Choose the egg shape and make a radial gradient. Change the right colour to gray and apply the gradient.       4 Copy, reduce, change to black and Continue Reading

Titling the Postcard in Illustrator

Start with the text shown below. The word at the bottom is separate from the above text. Increase the size of the first and last letters of the bottom word.               Add a background to the card to see the white of the lettering. For this, duplicate the text and turn it white.       .   Convert Continue Reading

The Perfect Frame for Your Photograph

1 Import a photo using Place option or use Paste. Lock this layer and create a new layer.             2 Using the Rectangle tool make a rectangle around the picture.               3 Uncheck the fill for Foreground. 4 Open Brush Libraries and choose Border Sample. 5 Press F5 Continue Reading