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19 Comments

  1. Great tutorial, very detailed and easy to follow, thank you.

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  2. Tamir says:

    A great tut!

    I’ve recently been trying to get into grips with Illustrator, and interesting tuts are really valuable to keep the motivation for learning running.

    Thanks!

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  3. I love your tutorials, because even if it’s something I already know / am familiar with, I still really enjoy reading through the process.

    You know you’ve mastered writing tutorials when it’s both easy to learn from, and enjoyable to read through. :)

    As always – keep up the awesome work, Chris!

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  4. G says:

    Great tutorial. Any tips or ideas on how I would get this on to an actual t-shirt?

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  5. Alex Saucedo says:

    WOOW! Excelent work and tuto!! congratulations! and excecelent tips

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  6. Ed says:

    Great tutorial! I love Illustrator and it’s always good to learn new things. Thank you

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  7. Chloe says:

    This is such an awesome tutorial! Super easy to follow, with a very desirable end result. Nice work!

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  8. kirk wallace says:

    Finally got around to reading this haha, sites been wonky for me. I just learned about compound paths a few weeks ago, they are so key for vector textures. thanks

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  9. Sandra Smith says:

    Retro-lovers are in for good times as they can order t shirts with retro and classic designs straight from a t shirt printing company that provides nothing but good, nostalgic stuff.

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  10. Bilal says:

    Thank-you for a great tutorial :)

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  11. Prefab77 says:

    Really cool design. Rustic and modern.

    Simple but affective tutorial, cheers.

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  12. Kat says:

    Really like this tutorial and making a vector that has the vintage look. One comment I downloaded your vector texture pack and I find it makes my mac super slow when loading in illustrator, is there a way to just vector a pattern in illustrator to achieve the same effect? Thanks, love your site!

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