20+ Colorful Tutorials to Polish Your Adobe Illustrator Skills

July 13th, 2010 Posted in Graphics, Tutorials

Adobe Illustrator is probably the most popular vector graphics editor amongst designers today. The program has a lot of advantages when it comes to making scalable images, crisp designs, logos and illustrations. Here is a collection of some colorful tutorials to show you some of the great versatility of this software. We hope this can inspire you to do more work in illustrator. Maybe it’ll be the scene of your next website-header, logo or business-card?

No matter what you’re wanting to use Illustrator for, doing some tutorials can really help you feel more comfortable with the program and bring you a few new ideas. We hope you like these, enjoy! 🙂

Abstract Vector Design

Google Phone-Styled Background

Attractive Vector Butterfly

Colorful Vector Carnival Mask

Creating a simple Rainbow Brush

Icy Cocktail

Geometric Flower Effect Logo

Mouthwatering Chocolate-covered Strawberry

SuperCool abstract Vectors

Surprise Gift

Full Spectrum Spirograph

Crazy Cool Vectors

Colorful Hippie Peace Van


Cubist Masterpiece

Funny Swirls

Omspace 3d Cylinder Graphic

Colorful Abstract Artwork

Blissful Vector Scene

Eyecatching 3D Pie Graph

Swirl Mania

Diamond Flower

We hope you’ve found these tutorials inspiring and that you’ve been taught some new tricks as well!

Good luck with your designs 🙂

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7 Responses to “20+ Colorful Tutorials to Polish Your Adobe Illustrator Skills”

  1. Ted Thompson Says:

    Excellent tutorials Hilde. Very helpful, thanks for sharing.


  2. Kreative-clover Says:

    First to comment 🙂

    Absolutely loving these tutorials. I really like the Swirl Mania one! It just looks awesome!!


  3. Jae Xavier Says:

    Oh gosh, the BP spiral of oily doom! Every time I see a spiral graph, It reminds all the time.


  4. Online Kids Games Says:

    Awesome tutorials… Thanks…


  5. ndrew Says:

    never try using Illustrator, but after reading this i kind of interesting to try it..
    8)


  6. doris Says:

    Nice post:)
    thank’s


  7. Koje Says:

    Wow… Wonderful… thanks for sharing 🙂


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