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Line Art Design - Adobe Illustrator Course

Do you want to master Line Art design? This Adobe Illustrator course by The Simple Designer is what you need. There are 10 tutorials from his YouTube channel here. You will learn to draw a lot of different things. Enjoy!

Course Plan:
1. Design A Yogurt Cup Illustrator Tutorial
2. Illustrator Tutorial : Dump Truck Line Art illustration
3. Illustrator Tutorial : Design a Backpack
4. Illustrator Tutorial : Design A Racing Car
5. Illustrator Tutorial : Design a Store Icon
6. Illustrator Tutorial : Design A Calendar Icon
7. Illustrator Tutorial : TV Stand Line Art
8. Illustrator Tutorial : Burger Time Line Art
9. Illustrator Tutorial : Design An Ice Cream Truck illustration
10. Illustrator Tutorial : Fishing Boat Illustration Design

Design A Yogurt Cup Illustrator Tutorial

In this Adobe Illustrator tutorial, we’ll create this cool yogurt couples illustration from scratch! We will use a fancy color scheme, and draw using the simple shapes the cups , we will also work with the Path Options and the Shape builder tool a lot in this illustration!



Illustrator Tutorial : Dump Truck Line Art illustration

Let's draw something heavy! What about the Dump Truck?



Illustrator Tutorial : Design a Backpack

In this video i'm gone show you how to design a nice backpack icon using some line art stylish look and some fancy colors.



Illustrator Tutorial : Design A Racing Car

In this Illustrator tutorial, we will look at using the Pen tool to trace a sketched racing car,as well as coloring and making shadows and highlights this illustrator tutorial focus heavily on the shape builder tool and some keyboard shortcuts . This is an intermediate tutorial but it will show you a lot of great tricks in illustrator so hope you enjoy it.



Illustrator Tutorial : Design a Store Icon

In this video we are going to design a store front icon using as always the basic shapes and some beautiful colors.



Illustrator Tutorial : Design A Calendar Icon

Time is running out. Let's draw the calendar :)



Illustrator Tutorial : TV Stand Line Art

You can see the interior of my room in this Adobe Illustrator tutorial.



Illustrator Tutorial : Burger Time Line Art

In this Adobe Illustrator tutorial, we’ll use shape tools and strokes along with the pen tool to design this Hamburger line art illustration.



Illustrator Tutorial : Design An Ice Cream Truck illustration

This tutorial is about designing a fancy colorful ice cream truck.



Illustrator Tutorial : Fishing Boat Illustration Design

In this video we gona design a fishing boat illustration, and you will discover a lot of techniques and new tricks.



Course author is The Simple Designer. He is computer science student, and an aspiring web designer from Algeria. He loves building websites, web apps and publishing tutorials on YouTube.

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