Tag Archives: Illustrator

The week is coming to an end and that means it is time for us to look back on the week that passed, the best design news, resources and other goodies. This week we look at great examples of Flat Web design, the 10 commandments of Modern web design, and introduction to creating sliders, as well as an interview with the guys behind the Pixel Perfect Precision Handbook.

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The week is coming to an end and that means it is time for us to look back on the week that passed, the best design news, resources and other goodies. This week we look at how you can use any font with CSS3, how you can have multiple backgrounds, why not all websites look the same in all browsers, as well as how you can add your website to the iOS home screen.  Continue Reading →

We do focus a lot on Photoshop resources here at Design Reviver, and as such, in today’s news round-up, we would like to highlight tutorials from its much prettier and flexible sister, namely Illustrator. Below you will find a small collection of our favorite Illustrator tutorials from recent weeks.

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Whether you are a fan of American style comic books or not, putting the story lines aside, the artwork alone justifies its popularity. The genres style is clearly distinctive and uniform, yet still allows for loads of room for unique creativity and originality.

For today’s news round-up we have some beautiful and creative Comic Book inspired art work showcases. Hop you enjoy them.

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Vector art doesn't have to be difficult or even time consuming, quite often you will find that the simplest of designs and ideas will make the biggest impression.
The tutorials below show that with a little learning and a smidge of creativity you can create simple yet impressive vector art in a no time at all.

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Graphical icons offer an opportunity to project to the user an instantly recognizable message – that is something that would normally take an entire paragraph of words. Of course the icons need to be well designed in the first place to successfully convey your message effectively.

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