It’s time for another little vector doodles freebie, this time a collection of vector graphics based on the topic of women’s fashion. The pack contains various roughly doodled clothing items, including shoes, dresses, belts, sunglasses and bags. Feel free to use them in any of your designs, hopefully they will fit right in to a fashion website or promo designs for a clothes store.
Posts from June, 2009
Last week I posted an Adobe Illustrator tutorial covering the process of creating your own cute and fuzzy vector monster. This week, I’ve put together a little family of monsters, available for free download in the form of icons. Each monster can be found in PNG, ICNS and ICO filetypes for use on your Mac, PC or for inclusion in your website designs.
For this week’s collection of creative design links check out a site dedicated to free textures, examples of awesome light graffiti, a tutorial on creating a watercolor effect, an illustrator graph tutorial and a Photoshop steampunk illustration walkthrough.
Follow these steps in Adobe Illustrator to create your very own super cute fuzzy monster character. We’ll be working with the basic shapes to start, then use a variety of gradients to add depth. We can then finish it off with some detailed fur effects to really lift the design from the screen.
For this week’s roundup of cool and creative links we have a collection of the top design blogs to follow; a bunch of designers who share their logo design processes; a tutorial on how to convert web design mockups into XHTML/CSS; a tutorial covering the process of creating a printed promo kit; and a compilation of sweet vector business cards.
Detailed digital illustrations come in all shapes and sizes, and often make use of abstract shapes, flowing lines and bright colours. This collection of 50 inspiring abstract illustrations in web design showcases some of the best, eye popping designs out there on the net.