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Happy Tuesday! I'm not gonna lie, this week's tutorial is one of my favorites. Essentially, we're combining the watercolor photoshop brush tutorial from a few weeks ago with last week's

If you're just diving into Illustrator, this week's tutorial is perfect for beginners! We'll go over some very basic, but powerful tools that you can use in different ways well into the

One of the questions I'm asked most often about iPad lettering is how to use vectors with Procreate. The very short answer is: you can't. But! There *are* some workarounds

Happy Tuesday! I've had a few requests to create flat-style illustrations, so this week we're creating a flat iMac icon in Adobe Illustrator! If you've ever been unsure of how

Happy New Year! To celebrate, I thought we could create some wintery geometric snowflakes in Adobe Illustrator this week! We're definitely starting to feel the chill of winter here in

Hope you had a wonderful holiday! Since we're just about to welcome the new year, this week I thought it would be fun to make a custom resolutions list in

I really hope you've been enjoying these holiday Adobe Illustrator tutorials! They've been extra fun for me to share, and today's video is no different. In this tutorial, we'll create seamless

Piggybacking off of last week's tutorial, this week we're creating a holiday postcard in Adobe Illustrator! Once again, we'll be using the free vectors from the holiday vector pack, so

Welcome to the first holiday tutorial of the season! To kick things off, I thought it would be fun to create custom holiday gift wrap in Adobe Illustrator. Since gift

Last week, we created a realistic foil stamp effect using only illustrator and a seamless foil texture. This week, we're borrowing some of the same tips, but simplifying. If you don't

This past January, we created a foil stamp effect in Photoshop, and I've recently had a few requests on how to accomplish the same look in Illustrator. With the holidays fast

One of my favorite uses for the hand lettering I create is vectorizing it and using it digitally. When it's digital, you don't just have one copy anymore; you have