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Envato Tuts+ Community Challenge: Created by You, March 2017 Edition

Welcome to our monthly feature of fantastic tutorial results created by you, the Envato 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

Taken from the comments section of your favorite tutorials, these first pieces are an assortment of results created with vector drawing programs. Check out these amazing results!

How to Draw Little Red Riding Hood With Basic Shapes in Adobe Illustrator

Andreia created an adorable version of this Red Riding Hood tutorial from instructor . She commented:

Enjoyed doing this tutorial! Thanks!
Red Riding Hood Vector Tutorial

How to Create a Set of Ice Cream Icons in Adobe Illustrator

Anastasia perfectly recreated this set of Ice Cream Icons from a tutorial created by instructor . She commented:

Super cool! Thank you so much! I made this in Inkscape, and it was all the same, except for maybe the blending mode.
Ice Cream Icons Adobe Illustrator Tutorial

How to Create a Stylish Deer With Brushes and Graphic Styles in Adobe Illustrator

Navare created a stunning interpretation of this Stylish Deer tutorial from instructor , commenting:

Thanks for the tutorial, it really helped to boost my line art skills.
Graphic Wolf Vector Line Art Tutorial

How to Create a Self-Portrait in a Geometric Style

Shynn designed an impressive Geometric Self-Portrait of his own inspired by a tutorial from . He commented:

Here's my contribution! Big thanks to Beto Garza for this superb tutorial!
Geometric Self Portrait Adobe Ilustrator Tutorial

Design a CD Cover in Low-Polygonal Grungy Style in Adobe Illustrator

Inspired by this Low Polygonal tutorial from Hannah B created this stunning bird version. She said:

Thanks for the tutorial! I made a cute low poly bird by following your advice.
Low Polygonal Animal Adobe Illustrator Tutorial

How to Create a Greyscale Monochrome Vector Portrait in Adobe Illustrator

User bennyqibal art took inspiration from this Monochrome Vector Portrait tutorial by  and created her own impressive version. She commented:

Great tutorial! I think I need to study illustrator more intensely. Thanks Miss Sharon!
Vector Portrait Adobe Illustrator Tutorial

How to Draw a Sweet Cherry Chocolate Cake Slice in Adobe Illustrator

Hong An recreated this delicious Cherry Chocolate Cake from a tutorial by instructor , commenting simply:

Thank you very much! Here is my final product.
Vector Chocolate Cake Slice Adobe Illustrator Tutorial

How to Create a Maneki Neko Lucky Charm in Adobe Illustrator

Inspired by this lovely Maneki Neko Lucky Charm tutorial from , user Ost created their own version before commenting:

Thank you for your great tutorial! Here is the result of my practice!
Maneki Neko Lucky Charm Vector Illustrator Tutorial

How to Create a Character Kit in Adobe Illustrator

Sylvie Lejeune had great success creating their own Character Kit from , commenting simply:

I enjoyed this tutorial, thanks!
Vector Character Kit Adobe Illustrator Tutorial

How to Create a Cute Burger Character as a Cross-Stitch Pattern

Duc Su created this awesome Burger Character inspired by a tutorial from . He commented:

Here is my burger man.
Cute Vector Burger Adobe Illustrator Tutorial

Adobe Photoshop Tutorial Results

Let's take a look at this next set of results inspired by Adobe Photoshop tutorials published here on Envato Tuts+. Contributions range from photo effects to icons and more! Check out these wicked results below!

Quick Tip: Expanding on the Style-Inspired Double Exposure Effect

Vera Raziote took on this Double Exposure tutorial from and ended up with her own stunning result below. She commented:

Beautiful! Thank you for the useful tutorial! It inspired me to do this in a "True Detective" style.
Double Exposure Adobe Photoshop Tutorial

Create Destructive Black and White Lettering With a Dramatic Splash Effect

User Wolfie put an interesting spin on this Black and White Text Effect tutorial from . He commented:

I found my own splatter for part four that worked out very well. I simply searched for it on Google. Also, when it came down to the red paint splash, since the composition is in greyscale, I was able to just edit out the watermark and still get very similar effects. I'm a beginner at using Photoshop and this tutorial was excellent and easy to follow.
Black and White Text Effect Photoshop Tutorial

How to Create a Fantasy Flaming Deer With Adobe Photoshop

User Twixt did an insane job recreating this Flaming Fantasy Deer inspired by a tutorial from instructor .

Fire Fantasy Deer Photo Manipulation Tutorial

Create a Tasty 3D Typographic Illustration in Photoshop

Arkek made a Tasty Typographic Illustration of his own from an amazing tutorial from . He commented:

Cool tutorial, here's mine!
Cake Typographic Illustration Photoshop Tutorial

How to Create an Endless Picture Within a Picture Illusion in Adobe Photoshop

Atka Kaa did a wonderful job with this Endless Picture Illusion from instructor , commenting:

Thank you for the tutorial. I tried to do something of my own using two different pictures.
Picture Within a Picture Photography Illusion Tutorial

Create a Quick and Simple 3D Sticker Text Effect in Adobe Photoshop

Keyzar recreated this super cute Sticker Text Effect from instructor , commenting simply:

Thanks for this great and easy tutorial!
Sticker Text Effect Adobe Photoshop Tutorial

Create a Photo Manipulation of the Emerald City of Oz With Adobe Photoshop

Irina recreated this gorgeous Emerald City Photo Manipulation from the awesome . She commented:

I enjoyed this tutorial, so thanks! It is a very difficult and time-consuming lesson. We need to be patient with this one. But such joy awaits at the end of this path!
Emerald City Photo Manipulation Photoshop Tutorial

Design Tutorial Results

These final pieces are inspired by an assorted of design tutorials that don't quite fit the previous categories. They include everything from print design to drawing and more! Enjoy these beautiful pieces created by the community below!

Create a BBQ Flyer to Celebrate Australia Day in Adobe InDesign

Jael achieved great success with this simple BBQ Flyer from , commenting:

Thank you Grace, it's always a pleasure to do your tutorials.
BBQ Flyer Adobe InDesign Tutorial

How to Create a Film Noir–Inspired Typography Still in Photoshop and Illustrator

Tien Chang did a wicked job with this Film Noir Typography from instructor , commenting:

Thank you for the tutorial, Janie! I followed most of the steps but made some tweaks for the upcoming Netflix series, "A Series of Unfortunate Events." Thank you for the inspiration!
Film Noir Typography Design Tutorial

How to Design a Vintage Book Cover

Narcisa Didoaca created an impressive and perfect Vintage Book Cover inspired by a tutorial by . She commented:

Hi Grace, as usual, I love your tutorials! Since I don't have a printer and scanner, I used a different technique for the cover design. I drew everything in Photoshop and then traced it with the pen tool and vectorized it all in AI. I hope you like my result!
Vintage Book Cover Adobe InDesign Tutorial

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 Envato 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.

Thanks to everyone who was highlighted above for sharing your results with the Envato Tuts+ community. We 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.

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