Happy Fire Artwork – Adobe Illustrator Tutorial

CREATE THIS HAPPY FIRE ART FROM SCRATCH IN ILLUSTRATOR CC! | Learn to work with shapes, the Pathfinder, global color, CMYK, and much more in this graphic design tutorial!

Inspiration for this tutorial: MBE on dribbble: https://dribbble.com/shots/3161658-Fire

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In this Adobe Illustrator tutorial, we will create this happy fire illustration inspired by the incredible artist, MBE (whose dribbble link I have posted above.) We’ll use basic shape tools and manipulate them using the pathfinder. We’ll layer on shapes to create a complex fire shape and then we’ll create a series of global colors using the Color panel and create a gradient from these colors that will help make our fire look a little more like fire should. Hopefully, you will learn a thing or two about Illustrator and enjoy the video at the same time! Thanks for watching!

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Jon White says:

i need to create a small little intro logo/clip for my videos, with motion, got any tutorials for that

Yahya Gannour says:

Ohhhh spicy !!!

Tansley Ramsay says:

Cool Nate

Md Sajol Hossain says:

wow awesome work bro!!!!

Sheikh Muhammad Adnan says:

Very Nice

Merlfriend says:

Hey man, I really love you vids, keep it up 🙂

Flatrigna 777 says:

Cute :3

Marek Szulikowski says:

Hi, Nathan. When creating smaller objects you can use mathematical actions in the object size windows 🙂 example: 350px / 7 then the Illustrator calculates the size of the new object itself. I apologise for my English. You do a great job, I learn a lot from your films.

Mounir Ps says:

It was an amazing lesson, thanks, tutvid 🙂

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Peregrine Chadwick says:

May I know your reasoning for using CMYK for web?

laurent lefort says:

i love very much

Graphic Design How To says:

Awwww I love the Happy Fire Art Work!! Great job!

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The Shadow Brokers says:

love it

Romans One16 says:

Are you still going to make videos on your other channel?

SOUND DE says:

Thank you sir

Cosmin Serban says:

Hey, do you have a specific color scheme in mind before starting these projects or do you just come up with them on the fly. The result looks great!

Meira Vich says:

I love it so cute!

AOE Universe says:

very cool

Simple Designer says:

Love it <3

Alex Bankov says:

I love those! Keep them going.

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Паша Коваль says:

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Sebastian Sjöberg says:

Love these longer Illustrator tutorials. Congratulations to the 600 k!

GameZiseFX says:

looks great, also great tutorial. really enjoy the tutorials.

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