Recolor Artwork in Adobe Illustrator CS5 – Screencast
This tutorial on the Recolor Artwork dialogue box will drastically increase your ability to experiment with color and to try a variety of new color schemes quickly. In this tutorial we will cover the basics of Swatches and Color Guide and how they can be used in conjunction with the Recolor Artwork feature.
Vector Drawing with a Graphic Tablet (Part 2 – Coloring)
There are several ways to color vector images. Here the most common of them are described and the tools that are used in this process. All these methods are used by professional illustrators.
My Process of Coloring illustrations using mesh and knife tool
Since my aim here is just to share with you the process of coloring i will not be going much further in the details of drawing process but i will just elaborate my drawing a bit. I start by creating a sketch , then keeping it in front of me as a reference i turn to Flash . And start working with basic shapes circles and lines
A complete guide to drawing evil vector skulls.
This tutorial will show you how to draw evil skulls easily, as well as learn a bit of anatomy along the way. So let’s draw some really evil and nasty skulls – the right way!
Revealing vector inking methods
Inking in Adobe Illustrator is usually performed with the help of different brushes . The problem is not in the brushes settings, but in the method of inking. this tutorial tells you about one of these methods.
Coloring and Line Work in Illustrator CS5
Do a search on “coloring comics,” and you get dozens of Photoshop tutorials. They all seem to involve building up areas of color with transparent brushes. Now you can achieve that same effect with Illustrator CS5, using the Bristle Brush. this is all explained through this tutorial.
Line Art Brushes
Here is a set of simple line art brushes that i use regulerly . This is like your pencils set when you are sketching . The download link is at the end of the post.Printables, graphics, backgrounds, vectors, illustrations, fonts, and design elements given on this site are for personal use only. You may not alter them or redistribute them for free or monetary gain without written consent from the author, Asma Murad. If you want to share these resources with others, please share the link to the blog post. Teachers/educators: You may share these with your classes and colleagues as long as they are not edited in any way, Cliparts & Resources shared for free are not to be used as printables for sale.