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Infographics are great visual tools for communicating large amounts of data. Breaking down large amounts of abstract data, they place the information in context and transform it into tangible and useful knowledge. In this Illustrator tutorial we’re going to learn how to translate abstract data into a 3D, easy-to-understand illustration.

3D Infographics

In this tutorial, it’s going to give an overview of how to devel a character from the initial brief through to the final site mascot and then to go on to create several poses for different parts of the site. Check out this amazing Illustrator tutorial!

Website Mascot

There’s nothing cooler than designing artwork for a skateboard deck! Follow this walkthrough in Adobe Illustrator to create your own vibrant and stunning vector artwork using geometric lines, shapes and a perfect colour scheme. The result is an awesome deck design ready for wall hanging, or hooking up with trucks and wheels for a session on the street!

Colorful Skateboard Deck

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how I build a light bulb from scratch in Illustrator. We’ll use numerous shapes and effects to create this illustration. I’ll take you through each step in creating this bulb. Let’s get started!

Realistic Lightbulb

There are some popular sketchy fonts available that are great for grungy and hand-drawn designs and illustrations. My problem is, I want to be able to use this sketchy style in any font. Turn’s out, it is actually really easy to do in Illustrator. Moreover, you can create a Graphic Style and easily apply the style to other editable fonts!

Sketch Font

Flash TUTfactory is the newest site in the family of TUTfactories. This new TUTfactory will gather all the best Flash tutorials in one place. If you have any good tutorials then go ahead and submit a link. Check out Flash TUTfactory and subscribe to the feed!

Introducing Flash TUTfactory

Using the Symbolism Tools, plus a bit of Gradient Mesh, learn to make a realistic window covered with raindrops. This is an advanced tutorial that assumes a fair amount of Illustrator experience, but everyone should be able to follow along. It can be done with earlier versions of Illustrator, but takes full advantage of newer features in CS4. Let’s get started!

Rainy Window Wallpaper

In this tutorial you’ll start by taking a photograph of a tree, then trace its natural form and add your own creative touches to produce an eye-catching, contemporary illustration. You’ll use a range of Illustrator tools, including the freehand drawing tools, the shape tools and the Layers palette. Give it a go!

Colorful Trees

In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a set of vector dice using Adobe Illustrator and the Gradient Mesh Tool. The Gradient Mesh Tool can be tricky to get the hang of, but hopefully this tutorial will shed some light on this great little tool. Let’s get stared!

Shiny Vector Dice

This blueprint technique has been seen just about everywhere—even on the cover of The Photoshop Help Desk Book by Dave Cross. This is a quick demo using a blend of live effects, filters, and even a little gradient mesh to create a seemingly complex logo treatment. Check out this great Adobe Illustrator tutorial!

Blueprint Style Type
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