Our latest Tuts+ Workshop asked you to create an illustrative letter in our Alphabet Design Challenge based on whatever theme you wish! We received several designs over on the Vectortuts+ Facebook page and we're so proud to share with you the creative and colorful designs you have submitted to the challenge.
Tuts+ Workshop: Alphabet Design Challenge, Round One!
Check out these great vector letter designs by our readers in this first installment. Don't worry if your design is not included here, there are more articles to come!
K is for Knot
Andrea Webb Kesavan
K is for Knot: Since recently I've been learning to illustrate Celtic knots, I originally started this piece with the intention of filling a "K" with traditional knot work. As I began sketching, however, I found myself developing something more organic and less structured. While looking at images of knots for ideas on how to create the center entanglement, I noticed that a lot of knot pictures had a hand drawn, ink on paper look to them, like something out of an old manual. So I decided to emulate that style in this piece.
My name is Andrea Kesavan. I have been doing illustrations and layout for a number of years now, and in the past year have started seriously branching into vector. I do freelancing and you can see some examples of my previous work at www.facebook.com/onyxdesigns
P is for Pencil, Paintbrush and Paper
My name is Caleb and I am a high school student interested in Graphic Design. You can see more of my work at calebcommercialart.blogspot.com.
M is for Moustache
I am Illustrator Georgie Retzer from Vienna Austria. My FB Page is www.facebook.com/Illustrator.Georgie.
Q is for Quilted
This is my Quilted "Q"! I thought I would give this a try. I really liked this Idea!!
J is for Jellyfish
For the Alphabet Design Challenge, J is for Jellyfish. This was created in Illustrator CS6.
My name is Levi. I do design work in my free time. Thanks for the challenge, it was fun. I have more work at behance.net/levilunsford.
F is for Flora
F for Flora - I chose a fantasy font that had an interesting shape and then started drawing on top of it until it resulted to this!
My name is Nas P , I'm 23yrs old and live in France - I have been vectoring and illustrating for nearly 9 years now and have been working freelance for almost 5 years! You can find my portfolio here: nastasiapeters.daportfolio.com.
A is for Ascend and Agaric
B is for Bean and Blow
C is for Call and Citrus
I did something similar few years ago. Now for the Design Challenge, I am trying to do all 26 alphabets - upper AND lower cases!!
M is for Magnet
Hi, I'm Oren and I designed the letter M for magnet. I combined the shapes of the magnet and the letter, and add to it the magnetic effects.
I live in Israel, and I am a starting graphic designer (still studying), I made some T-shirts and furniture, you can see it all in my website.
N is for Nature
A leaf is not enough to see what Nature has to offer and all its beauties... this text design shows the beauty of nature.
My name is Pawan Singh, I am 18 yrs old lives in Delhi. I am doing B.A in multimedia from Arena. You can see my Photoshop work here.
Hungry for more?
We have many on going projects where you can join in and show off your skills to our readers and the vector community.
Vectortuts+ loves Illustration and discovering new talent, so we are proud to be launching a new community project that combines both, the Tuts+ Workshop: Alphabet Design Challenge. The best thing is, you can be a part of it! It’s great for beginners and advanced users a like.
We publish a wide variety of tutorials and tips on Vectortuts+, but it's not often we get to see the other side of our tutorials. In our "Created by You" Tuts+ Workshop, we shine a spotlight on the fantastic work created by the students of Vectortuts+ and give you the opportunity to take part.
Vectortuts+ is all about helping people turbo charge their skills we have special community posts that will help our readers take their images to the next level. The best thing is, you can be part of it too! We accept submissions of artwork you wish to be posted to gain feedback from our readers.
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