By Mary Winkler
Welcome to our monthly feature of fantastic tutorial results created by you, the Tuts+ community! Every day visitors like you take the time not only to read our tutorials but also to try them out. This is an assortment of those comment submissions found throughout the Design & Illustration section. Check out this set of results and join in for the next roundup, published next month!
Vector Tutorial Results
The first set of pieces were taken from the comment sections of vector tutorials in an assortment of vector drawing programs. Check out the results below!
Creating a Simple Kawaii Yeti With Basic Shapes in Adobe Illustrator
M Kashif Sikander shared this kawaii yeti couple with us in the comment section in a tutorial by Amanda Tepie, adding:
“Really, this tutorial is very helpful, I’m getting many ideas to here. Thanks for this tutorial.”
How to Create Autumn Leaves, Berries and Chestnut Icons in Adobe Illustrator
User canserina commented with this lovely autumn-inspired icon result from a tutorial by Nataliya Dolotko. They added:
“I love autumn! Thank you for the tutorial! :D”
Quick Tip: Create a Simple, Pen Tool Free, File Icon in Illustrator
Butu shared their colorful version of simple, file icons created with help from a tutorial by Andrei Marius.
How to Create a Semi-Transparent, 3D Text Effect in Adobe Illustrator
Tuts+ regular, Duc Su, shared his customized result from a fantastic 3D text effect tutorial by Andrei Marius. He added:
“This was definitely a long tutorial. I had to back track and correct a few things I made by mistake. Great practice nevertheless.”
How to Draw a Colorful, Tasty, Ice Cream, Sundae in Adobe Illustrator
Lyuba Egorova shared her delicious take on a colorful sundae vector illustration from a tutorial by Mary Winkler.
How to Create a Stylized Shoes and Clutch Fashion Illustration in Illustrator
Sandra Brezina-Krivda commented with her fashion-forward result on a fashion illustration tutorial by Svetlana Makarova.
“Thank you for posting this great tutorial :-)”
How to Draw Little Red Riding Hood with Basic Shapes in Adobe Illustrator
User @gi shared their simple and sweet result from a Little Red Riding Hood tutorial by Nataliya Dolotko. They commented:
“Hi, Nataliya. This is not the first work which I’ve made from your tutorials. I always learn a lot from you. Thank you so much. “
Creating a Coffee House Logo – From Theory to Vector in Adobe Illustrator
Maxine Correya shared her version of a coffee house logo from a tutorial by Chris Carey. She added:
“This is my version. I can see from this I should have positioned the word Vector round to the right more and the Coffee word to the right more. I was happy with this attempt though and will definitely try some more of your tutorials. Thanks again.”
How to Create a Detailed Honey Text Effect in Adobe Illustrator
User Mi commented with her personalized version of a honey text effect tutorial by Andrei Marius.
Adobe Photoshop Tutorial Results
This next set of tutorial results was taken from the comment sections of various Adobe Photoshop tutorials published here on Tuts+, and the contributions range from text effects to patterns and more! Check out the results below.
Create a Glowing 3D Text Effect With Filter Forge and Photoshop
User Pelllegrini shared his personalized 3D text effect result on a tutorial by Rose.
How to Create Colorful Wooden 3D Text
Demy van der Jagt commented with his version of a colorful 3D text tutorial by David McLeod.
“Awesome tutorial! It took me a few evening’s to finish but I’m quite pleased with the result!”
Create a Heart-Warming Wildlife Illustration in Photoshop
User Manda created her own heart-warming wildlife illustration and shared it in the comment section of a tutorial by Therese Larsson.
“Did this tutorial today after having lots of trouble with lighting. Very happy – thanks for posting Therese Larsson!!”
Create a Daft Punk GIF Animation Using Illustrator and Photoshop
Duc Su shared his take on an animated Daft Punk helmet illustration from a tutorial by Bert Dries.
Create a 3D Vintage Lightbulb Sign Using Illustrator, Cinema 4D, and Photoshop
User Iban shared his result from a 3D vintage lightbulb text effect tutorial by Peter Tarka.
The final set of results are taken from assorted design tutorials that don’t fit in the two previous categories, such as print design, drawing, and more. Check out the pieces users created below!
Design a Traveler’s Photo Diary Tumblr Theme in Photoshop
Kevin Funez Contreras shared his gorgeous result from a photo diary tumblr theme tutorial by Tomas Laurinavicius. He added:
“Hello, thanks for the tutorial. Very helpful. This is my design!”
Design a Fold-Out City Guide in Adobe InDesign
Michael Gearon commented with his fantastically designed fold-out city guide on a tutorial by Grace Fussell.
Tuts+ Community Journal Project: Mustache Doodles
User Dovile joined in on the fun with a community project, drawing fanciful mustache characters in a tutorial by Mary Winkler.
“It was hard not to repeat the same moustaches that I saw, but thanks for this nice practise!”
Join the Tuts+ Community Journal Project: Fingerprint Madness!
Jacqueline Thompson brought a powerful message to the fingerprint design community project from a tutorial by Melody Nieves. She commented:
“Hello – I am Jacqueline Thompson. I am a graphic designer and illustrator in Asheville, NC. This was a fun, little sketch that will be done over. Thanks for the prompt.”
Designing an Elegant Blog Layout in Photoshop
User Jakub shared his result from an elegant blog layout tutorial by Tomas Laurinavicius. He commented:
“Thank you a lot!”
How to Be Involved in the Next Showcase
Have you created a piece based on one of our tutorials here in the Design & Illustration section of Tuts+? We’re keen for you to share your results with us! Check out the general guidelines below to join in with our community:
- Your artwork should be similar in some way to the tutorial that you followed or that inspired it. The aim of these showcases is to share what readers have created after following the tutorial.
- Comment on the tutorial you used, attaching an image of your result. We’re keen on all levels of ability: from beginner to advanced!
- Include a comment about your result, yourself, or your process. We like knowing about you and what you’re sharing.
- Share the tutorial when you share that artwork elsewhere on the web. If you’ve posted your piece on sites like Facebook, Tumblr or Behance, link back to the tutorial so that other users know your source and can join in on the fun.
Many thanks to the users highlighted above who shared their results with the Tuts+ community. I look forward to checking out your brilliant versions of our tutorials in the near future, and welcome users new and old to participate in upcoming showcases.
Read more here:: Tuts+ Community Challenge: Created by You, August Edition