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25 Comments

  1. Jorden Tually says:

    This is very stylish, the colour spectrum you are using is very nice! Thanks :)

  2. Once again a very well written guide. I even picked up a few tips along the way, such as using the Outline mode to properly align objects, and the fact that you can line up gradients on several objects at the same time without changing the colors of the gradients.

    Just thought I’d share my creation based on my own logo colors. http://i.imgur.com/SIgyf.png

    Thanks again, Chris!

  3. JAT Source says:

    Very stylish and impressive…..

  4. Will says:

    Simple and effective, I like it!

  5. Neat n simple!
    TFS

  6. Markus says:

    I love simple but detailed design. Nice one.

  7. Nice tutorial on ribbon graphic. Its simple but descriptive and resourceful.

  8. Thanks for sharing..
    Amazing..!!

  9. Kevin W. says:

    Stylish, simple and sweet design. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Thanks for another great tutorial. Helps out with my lack of illustrator understanding!

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  12. john joseph erany says:

    nice one pal.great one….;)

  13. Amazing tut very simple,yet very artistic :)
    thumbs up!

  14. intern says:

    tnx for the good lesson

  15. An elegant and easy to follow tutorial, thanks for posting!

  16. Gareth says:

    You make this look easy! That’s just the type of thing you may want to do when designing a new business card. Do you have any tips on the best format to present to your local printer?

  17. dave says:

    thx for great post, Simple and effective

  18. ninerian says:

    Really neat tutorial. Two little suggestions:
    The rectangles for the drop-shadow aren’t necessary. You could group the 4 regarding stripes and lay an new fill on it. Then apply a gradient and set it to multiply 30%. So you could easily change the size of the shadow.
    You could also scale the underlying stripes up to the border of the overlaying rectangle.

  19. Matt says:

    Is there not an easier way to align the shapes on top of each other? I found doing it manually a bit fiddly and imprecise.

    Good tutorial though, very easy and a great looking result :-)

  20. eforienord says:

    Simple is always better in my vision. It looks like a rainbow and i like it.

  21. This is nice, and a clear tutorial. I just hope this actual mark isn’t going to be popping up as a logo all over the web!

  22. Nice Tut Chris,

    Good balance of colour – and gradients is always something I never find intuitive when using Illustrator.

    Many Thanks,
    Darren.

  23. ekramy says:

    wow simple and beauty…great work Chris
    thanks for share your steps

  24. Tom says:

    Did you see this? Who is the author? I shold guess…
    http://www.cornerofart.com/2011/07/21/how-to-create-a-colorful-logo-style-ribbon-graphic/

    GJ Chris! ;)

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