Illustrator Tutorial Mega Roundup: Detailed Everyday Objects

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Adobe Illustrator is an amazing tool for creating vector art. Though mastering Illustrator and all its various tools is a daunting task, there are many high quality tutorials that can teach you not only how to make certain things but can hopefully teach you how to use certain tools. Practice makes perfect, and all these tutorials will give you plenty of practice. This roundup is focused on creating finely detailed everyday objects.

Highly Detailed Everyday Objects: 6/13/11
     -Non Electronic Everyday Objects

Non Electronic Everyday Objects

1: Create a Burning, Vector Match Using Gradient MeshesVectorTuts+

2: Create a Test Tube IllustrationVforVectors

3: How to create a Rubik’s Cube in IllustratorWeGraphics

4: How to Create a Stack of Vector Poker Chips in IllustratorDesignInstruct

5: How to Create A Realistic Chef’s Knife in IllustratorVectorTuts+

6: How to Make a Golden Compass in IllustratorDesignInstruct

7: Draw a Magician’s Hat in IllustratorDesignInstruct

8: How to Turn Glasses into a Great Geek IconVectorTuts+

9: Create a Padlock with Adobe Illustrator and VectorScribeVectorTuts+

10: Create a Gift Box IllustrationVforVectors

11: Create a Stylized Gradient Mesh Soccer Ball IllustrationVectorTuts+


In the modern age, many everyday objects are electronic devices.

12: How to make a realistic vintage typewriter in IllustratorTutorialShock

13: Create a Semi-Realistic Light Bulb in Adobe IllustratorDesignInstruct

14: Realistic video projector vector with illustratorTutorialShock

15: How to Create a Photorealistic iMac and Magic MouseVectorTuts+

16: How to Create a Hyper-realistic FlashlightVectorTuts+

17: How to Create an Electronic Piano in IllustratorVectorTuts+

18: How to Create a Radial Mesh in Illustrator and Make a Vector CDVectorTuts+

19: Create a Vintage TV Set Icon in IllustratorCuteLittleFactory