I’m sure I can do that with array and some distortion, but how? I use Adobe Illustrator, and I’ve only tried the pen tool to draw each circle by hand so far, which shouldn’t be the smartest thing to do. By the way, I need the exact same form.
Effects > Pixelate > Crystallize to create borders like this (something like which we can do with Wrinkle or Crystallize tool):
Does anybody know how to draw this in illustrator?
I want a scribble effect (as if someone had taken a pencil and scribbled out this headline), and I can get the desired brush style (pictured here as the circle) when I draw, but not when I use the scribble tool to fill the rectangle.
How can I make on my own? What functions I need to use in Adobe Illustrator for ‘waving’ words?
I have a flower created with pucker and bloat applied to a pentagon. I am trying to punch out circles and ellipses from it to make areas of transparency for the stamens of the flower. However, when I try to use minus front shape mode with pathfinder, it punches out puckered/bloated shapes instead of the simple circles and ellipses I’m trying to use. Please help!
Sharing some illustrations from Handsomefrank agency. If you see them, all have dotted / grainy colors. I’ve highlighted the thing I want to ask about by yellow color. It’s not limited to one artist. For example, you can see this artist’s work also, where in some illustration you would find similar grains or grainy gradient … Read more
Using vector imagery (Illustrator), I’d like to convert an object’s
drop-shadow into halftone dots using
Effects > Pixelate > Color Halftone. However, running this on a path, shape, text, or compound path with a drop shadow will (correctly) apply that effect to the main shape, not the effect.
Is it possible to style or apply an existing effect to an existing shape to make it “spikey”