In this Adobe Illustrator tutorial, we will create a Xmas stocking design for the holidays. This tutorial will give you practice with the Pen tool, Smooth tool, Direct Selection tool and the Pathfinder panel in Illustrator.
In this Affinity Designer tutorial, we will create a gingerbread man cookie graphic for your Xmas elements collection. We will start by tracing the gingerbread man cookie from a reference photo. Once we have the basic shape, we will clean up the line art, add color and details.
In this Affinity Designer tutorial, we will draw one of the most popular plants for the holidays, the poinsettia. We will start with a reference photo and use the Pen tool to trace a poinsettia petal from the photo. Using this petal shape, we will create a full poinsettia flower.
In this Affinity Designer tutorial, we will create one of the basic holiday icons, which is the star. We will use the Star tool in Affinity Designer to draw the basic five pointed star shape. Using a Boolean operation, we will cut away part of the star, creating a 3D effect.
In this Affinity Designer tutorial, we will draw evergreens for the holidays. Of course, there are so many types of evergreen trees. In this lesson, we will draw the long needled evergreen, such as the Ponderosa or Scotch pine.
In this Illustrator tutorial, we will make a Xmas ornament for your holiday projects. This is a great project for beginners to Illustrator and for learning how to use the Shape Builder tool in Illustrator.
In the next few tutorials, we will create a collection of Christmas elements for your holiday designs. There is no limit to the holiday fun that you can have by combining these individual elements in to various designs.
In this tutorial series, we will be creating a template kit with various paper design templates for a planner to be used in GoodNotes. The templates will be based on an 8 point or pixel grid design system and will have simple layouts with placeholders for text and design elements.
Education Technology in the classroom is very popular. Although EdTech was already on its way into our lives, COVID-19 and the need for remote learning made EdTech a growing market. Below you will find resources, reviews and tutorials for teachers in the classroom or homeschooling.