Every day here at Tuts+ we publish fantastic tutorials in the Design & Illustration section, written by a variety of artists. And every day readers like you take the time not only to comment on these tutorials, but also to recreate the designs and techniques being taught and to share them with the rest of the community. Check out an assortment of tutorial results below created by you, our readers!
Vector Tutorial Results
The first set of pieces were taken from the comment sections of vector tutorials, ranging from illustrations to icons to text treatments. Check out the results below!
How to Create a Winter Candle Lantern in Adobe Illustrator
How to Create Hand-Drawn Frames in Adobe Illustrator
"Thank you for sharing Mary :) It was very simple to follow, and exactly what I was looking to do in a lazy Saturday afternoon. Now that I have the basis I will draw a lot of beautiful frames for beautiful words."
How to Create a Cartoon-Like Elemental Sword in Adobe Illustrator
"Andrei, thank you so much! I love your design! Since I can not achieve some effects, so I just change it a little! Thanks :)"
How to Create a Delicious Jelly Bean Text Effect in Photoshop
"Awesome... I did change the text a little to fit a package design mock up I am working on but I still like it."
How to Create a Vintage Seasonal Greeting Card in Adobe Illustrator
"In fact, it got me inspired to make these cutie pies! (: hope you guys like it."
Play With Blends and Image Trace to Create a Simple Cat Scene in Adobe Illustrator
How to Create a Punk Nouveau Mermaid in Adobe Illustrator
"Hi Asher! I must say you are really good at this! I tried your tut and it was a real hard one for me, at the same time very much fun. It took me 9 days to finish."
Create a Propeller Pinwheel Illustration in Adobe Illustrator
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 range from text effects to patterns and more! Check out the results below.
How to Create a Clean, Glossy Plastic Text Effect in Adobe Photoshop
"I may have to make some practices to make a perfect one like the tutorial's. And this is my first one. Big thanks for the tutorial! <3"
How to Create an Isometric Pixel Art Vehicle in Adobe Photoshop
"Great tutorial. My first attempt at pixel art. :)"
Create a Weathered, Painted Effect With a Vector Smart Object in Adobe Photoshop
Create an Address Book Icon in Photoshop
"Thanks Alan for this wonderful tutorial. Make some more."
"Mine turned out like this, I like it!"
The final set of results are taken from assorted design tutorials that don't fit in the two previous categories, such as print design, fractals, and more. Check out the pieces users created below!
Design a Victorian Halloween Poster in Adobe InDesign
"Thanks for the tutorial, this is the first InDesign tutorial I've tried and it was really well explained and I had fun following it. Great result!"
"Long time Apo fan - thanks for the great tut not nearly enough of well written ones around. Had fun with this one and have lots of renders as a result. This is one of many."
"Thanks Monika! I'm painting an elephant on my wall and this was really helpful!"...Thank you so much, I also used your tuts on color and shading to help as well. You're really helping me improve!"
"Thank you for this tutorial, I created my own 1920's pin-up girl based on your process!"
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 are 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.