This week I have another cool set of vector freebies for you. Lately, I have been doing a lot of experimentation with seamless patterns. I have found that pattern design is both fun and challenging so this week I put together a set of 25 seamless polka dot pattern swatches for you guys.
Feel free to use these patterns in any number of ways including invitations for baby showers, birthdays, package design, website design or any other project that you are working on.
Click on the following link for a quick tutorial on how to install and work with pattern swatches in Illustrator.
If you’ve looked at my gallery, you may have noticed my fascination with kaleidoscopes. I think they’re amazing to look at and I’ve been experimenting for some time in Illustrator trying to come up with the best way to replicate that effect. Lately, I’ve had some success with this so I decided to post the resulting vectors on my site and of course give them away for free.
Included in this set are 50 high quality vector kaleidoscope shapes. You can use these shapes in any way you like either as a logo, as part of a design you’re using, as a brush or pattern; maybe even as part of a tattoo. I hope you guys enjoy this set and find a place for them in your work.
In the first of an upcoming series of free vector downloads, Vectortuts released a set of exclusive water color Illustrator...
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Last week I was working on a design project for a website I was working on and created a nice set of water color Photoshop brushes in the process. I’ve been swamped with freelance projects lately so I decided to give this set of brushes away because I haven’t had as much time to work on freebies as I usually do.
After I created the set of Photoshop brushes, I decided to go ahead and
create another identical set of brushes for Illustrator as well.
Anyhow, I hope you enjoy these sets and I look forward to seeing what
you guys make with them!
Earlier this week I posted a set of 50 Plaid Pattern Swatches. As I explained in that post, plaid patterns have countless uses for fashion design or textiles, graphic or web design, package design and more. What makes this set different from the last set however is the simulated twill texture that I applied to it. Applying that texture took a little extra time so instead of creating 50 swatches like I did last time, this time, I only created 25. What makes swatches so great is the flexibility that they provide. You can perform a number of transformations on them including scale and rotate without affecting the shape of the object they are applied to. You can find a detailed tutorial on how to install and work with pattern swatches here.
Today, I am showcasing just a few premium textures from the Colorburned Shop and am offering them to my readers for free. The Colorburned Shop hosts over 300 high resolution, premium textures for a very reasonable price. For a limited time you can purchase all 300 textures for 50% off their original price. That means you’ll receive all 300 images for just over $35 USD.
Last week I released 106 delicious water color Illustrator brushes. Today, I am releasing part two of that set. Part Two includes an additional 105 amazingly realistic-looking water color Illustrator brushes.
In my opinion Part Two looks even better that Part One. You should definitely download this set and try it out for yourself. Like Set One, this set is perfect for creating multi-colored brush strokes and could easily be used to create an artsy, hand-painted design or a children’s illustration.
Yes, I did say Illustrator brushes. This set of brushes is a real treat! 106 awesome and completely vector water color Illustrator brushes. You guys have no idea how excited I’ve been over the last couple of weeks waiting to release this set of brushes to you guys for free.
I had a lot of fun putting this set of brushes together for you guys and I was blown away as to how well they turned out. This set is perfect for creating really great multi-colored brush strokes and could easily be used to create an artsy, hand-painted design or a children’s illustration.
If you have already downloaded my broken line brushes, these brushes may look somewhat familiar to you. If they do, it’s because they are nearly identical. There are two fundamental differences however. In this set, the corner tiles have been removed and the patterns have been rotated 90 degrees. I did this so that these brushes will produce radial patterns when you apply them to a circular shape.
I don’t know about you guys but I don’t have an iPhone. I think that they are really cool devices, but they are just not for me. I used to have one of those old HP Pocket PCs, it was then when I learned to seriously despise a touch screen device. Try texting with one hand with one of those things, it’s not an easy task. I want buttons! I don’t like having to look each time I press a key to make sure I’ve pressed the right one. That makes a Blackberry the most obvious choice for me, not an iPhone.