Make a Worm on Illustrator(0)
Use Illustrator to create a funny Worm!
Draw the eyes using the pencil tool (N) or if you prefer do it using the pen tool (P).
And the same fo the strip.
Using the pencil tool (N) let’s draw the two lines of teeth, leave a space on the borders of each one, as it was gnashing then in panic.
Add a stroke on the strip fill then expand it’s apperance as already showed above.
Add some circles using the ellipse tool (L) to indicate the holes used to adjust the helmet.
Add a stroke around each eye and expand their appearance too.
Repeat the same technique of shading used on the teeth on teach eye, it’s pretty simple, should no take much time of you.
Using the ellipse tool (L) make the shadow of it.
Trace the top of it to make a top, then added a darker red.
Using the brush tool (B) you can draw the fuse.
Also added some lights on the right side using the pencil too; (N).
Made the same on the left side to make the shadow, that’s it, it’s finished.
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I hoped you enjoyed this tutorial and learned something new.
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One minute preview Please watch this first!
Selection Tool AKA The Black Arrow
You want to create a Web Site Mascot?(0)
By their nature site mascots are for use on the web. Remember to set your file to RGB.
Make the characters height as close to it’s width as possible.
6.Cropping the Image
7.The Dynamics of the Image or Depth of Field
8.Line Weights and Outlines
9.It’s All in the Eyes
10.Getting Started, and Putting Ideas Onto Paper
11.Time to Go Digital
We’re going to go for the No.4 character, but it would work better with a goatee beard removed.
These are all going to have a very similar placement to the main character so there is the opportunity to re-use elements of the original character. This not only cut down your workload dramatically, it also adds a sense of continuity to the site. Having the separate parts of the character on individual layers is a great help here, as moving the arms and tilting the head can transform the pose.
Below are the finished characters. All that’s left to do is to supply them to the client in the format of their choice. In this case, you can download the original files for your own use here.
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