How to Create Realistic 3D Fur Effect in Adobe Illustrator Tutorial

Hello world, In this video, we will learn how to create realistic 3d furry letters in Illustrator using blend tool and one another tool for the final touch. Here I made a …. как нарисовать животное в иллюстраторе

310 Replies to “How to Create Realistic 3D Fur Effect in Adobe Illustrator Tutorial”

    • Haha! No I’m not. Illustrator is wizard actually. We just command it. Thanks for the compliment! 🙂

  1. Thanks for the tutorial. Despite your choice in music, it’s always very informative and a great way to see what the tools in AI can do for you.

  2. very open comment. if you did voice over you are the best illustrator in this youtube academy. think about it.

  3. R u kidding me.. this is awesome. Love blends but had no idea it was so easy to make something so cool looking this easy.

  4. Okay your videos as far as i’ve seen is exactly what i’ve seen from Adobe recently…simply well put and provoke inspirational mindset in a matter of minutes or less that’s quality!
    should be praised more on that buddy! deeply appreciate it.

    • That’s because you’ll need to curve the corners & decrease «Detail» to 60/in & Size: 5% it also depends on scale of your object. So play around this values.

  5. Which background music are you using in this video, please tell 🙂 by the way you make very nice tutorials! 🙂

    • Then the object is already Non Compound Path. Or it could be grouped. So ungroup it too.

  6. HI! How did you directly straw the color without add a color ticket first???? PLZ tell me how do you do that?

    • I didn’t understand what you are saying. Please mention the «time» where you saw this.

  7. thank you for this amazing tutorial! really enjoyed creating this little monster myself) but can you please explain what did you do at 5:41 to create a smooth blending between two parts of the tail. I didn’t get it. Sorry

    • I blended two objects. One is *the Same* smaller circle copied from Tail end. Another is triangle. So it will look like transformation from «Cylindrical Tail to Triangle». Basically they are two blend groups. Tail Group & Triangle Group. Where smaller Circle has been used twice in total. I hope you understood.

  8. Awesome tutorial man literally the best one out there but i hae a question how did u adjust the gradient with the line thing idk how to do it can u or somebody tell me how pls

  9. Great video, thanks a lot! BTW what’s the shortcut you used to quickly apply the same effect to the tail?

    • Thank you Rachel! 🙂
      I use Eyedropper tool to pick colors/gradient. And «Ctrl Alt B» for Blend two selected objects.
      Here is a video I’ve made about Eyedropper tool in deep. Ссылка?v=2KT6HtK4oCY

  10. Hii,
    I really liked your tutorial…!!!
    But could you please help me with one of my difficulty?
    I want to add the 3D Fur effect to a Line how do I do it ???
    Please ,Please help me.

  11. Hello, First of all not only this your all videos are very very good and we learn something from every video of yours. But my friend I really appreciate if you help me to sort out my trouble and that’s «when I select any object or the font in illustrator, it doesn’t shows those 9 dots around object from where I can change size of object 🙁 I always have to go in «Transform» option to change size 🙁 please help me.

  12. Woah! so glad that i’ve found this channel. thank you sir, you’re one of the best tutor that’s i’ve ever seen in youtube. much appreciate!

  13. I am in total awe, this is the best tutorial ever. The result is stunning, and you went so cleverly about using the tools! Thanks, I learned a lot

  14. I enjoyed your video. I personally enjoy following AI tutorials w/audio narration, as you can multitask. I found some actions cumbersome, like not adjusting the blend options first, before making a blend (shift-ctrl-b) Also love to see more hotkeys and shortcuts. But overall, good. Thanks.

    • I decide order of each step intentionally. Such as Not defining blend values earlier. That way beginners can know what happens when you increase the values.
      You’re welcome. Thanks for watching 🙂

  15. Love your video and the way you explain your ideas, you show us HOW to do it, and WHY you do it, and that helps me a lot. Thanks for your great tutorial!

  16. Did it successfully the first try, then I tried doing it again. however, this time when I try to switch my text to only stroke, instead of creating thin outlines like in the video @ 0:58, my text just got bolder/fatter, and the center is still filled. I’m repeating the same exact process with the same letter. Can anyone help?

    • Just Remove the Fill. Keep the Only Stroke. Here In my case Fill was already «None», so ‘switching’ worked. Good Luck.

  17. Hey man, i did it and i like a lot. but how can i do a letter like «S» or «h» i cant delete the lines inside like you did in letter «D»… Thanks

    • Good question. There are 3 Ways.
      1) You draw it manually with Pen tool,
      2) You can use «Offset Path» with Negative value until the Inner shape becomes skinny. Then delete one side as i did with «D». Or
      3) Pick some very Light weight (aka modern) font. Then delete single side of it like D.

      But not all letters are same. So you’ll need to change the method according the text’s path direct flow.
      Did you get my point?

    • Got it Thanks. im Trying right Now. ill try to find the best way … call you again if i need help. Thnks again 😉

  18. When I make a rectangle over the document, then hit Gradient, the letter disappears. It’s a blank canvas

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