Learn how to create custom vector brushes and paint with vectors in Adobe Illustrator. Graphic designer Von Glitschka covers transforming hand-painted brush strokes into digital brushes and compiling strokes and shapes to achieve the authentic look of paint.
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Learn how to create illustrations with Adobe Draw, the iOS and Android app for drawing, inking, and painting on the go.
Join professional illustrative designer Von Glitschka as he shares his experience on how to research, sketch, build, and present vector graphics.
Learn how to create detailed isometric views of buildings, vehicles, and even people, with Adobe Illustrator.
Watch a professional artist at work, Von Glitschka, as he creates a type-based portrait, or "type face," of director Alfred Hitchcock.
Learn how to hand-letter type and turn your letterform drawings into pristine vector graphics and custom typography.
Von Glitschka develops an illustration based on iconic Native American imagery, drawing a rough sketch and transforming it into crisp vector artwork with Adobe Illustrator.
Learn how to collect and enhance real-world textures and integrate them into your digital designs.
Learn how to create tribal-style vector illustrations with Adobe Illustrator.
Learn how to create linear line illustrations using Illustrator.
Learn how to build repeating patterns from scratch, and create patterns quickly with Illustrator's pattern tools and pattern brushes.
Watch Von take a simple, scanned sketch and turn it into colorful, vector-based artwork with Adobe Illustrator.
Learn to avoid pitfalls, improve your design process, respond to demanding clients, and solve the creative problems that are involved in building a brand's identity.
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