How to achieve this effect in illustrator ?
I assume the uses something like WidthScribe by Astute, but what really confuses me is the mentioned tools on most of his works is "Flash+Photoshop" he is trolling right?
I tryed to copy his style for this work I'm doing
(with illustrator and photoshop)
I set the stroke caps to rounded on the stroke options
His process is extremely vague on HOW he does it and doesn't bother to go into detail. Just shows screen cap after screen cap to make a gif.
What a piece of shit.
Why should he tell you exactly how he does it you ungrateful cunt?
He's obviously spent years of work getting to where he is, he didn't just beg for a tutorial
on some graphic design board of a Tanzanian cake decorating forum.
This has to be the most deluded fucking board on 4chan.
He titled it tutorial you fucking shit, what good is it publishing a tutorial if it doesn't teach you shit. How the fuck did you get enough time away from your carer to access a pc jesus fuck.
Just because he used the word 'Tutorial' doesn't mean he's tailored it to your poor excuse for an intellect. It's obviously just a rough break down for people wondering how the fuck he uses Flash to produce his work.
Man, what a whinging cunt you are, calling him a piece of shit for not giving you step by step instructions.
Get out of here you shitter, everyone knows what a tutorial and that shit ain't it. Also wasn't me in the first comment. Go back to /b/ and start shit where it's wanted. This is a graphic design board, be useful or fuck off
I was going to make a separate thread for this but I'd rather just branch of from this one.
For pic related, how would you about creating this mosaic/painting like effect in illustrator? Would it be easier to do in photoshop? I'm not trying to copy an image I already have, but make my own. I'd really love to produce something similar to it.