Triangulated Bird: Origami Styled Bird in Adobe Illustrator

Andrey Bzhitskikh, Freelancer Illustrator

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8 Videos (22m)
    • Intro

      0:53
    • Sketch from Photo

      2:52
    • Adobe Illustrator Preparation

      2:36
    • Outline sketch - Bird

      4:13
    • Outline sketch - Branch

      3:17
    • Adding of Color

      3:34
    • Adding Shadows and Lights

      4:00
    • Conclusion

      0:31

About This Class

Birds of triangles, squares, and polygons! Anyone else have the same? They live here in this class and in your imagination. Help them to see the light in all its glory! Let them spread their wings and see the world, and the world will see them!

In this simple, 25-minute class, we will start creating sketches from photo. Then turn them into vector illustration. And after that - color, light and shadows will breathe life into your bird!

This class does not require you to serious drawing skills, and suitable both for beginners and experienced designers/illustrators who want to learn new techniques for working with Adobe Illustrator.

Rather, take the pen, and most importantly... hush! Don't spook your birds!

37 of 37 students recommendSee All

I always thought that making things like that is horribly hard until I found this course Thank you very much ^^
absolutely brilliant set of classes
Very detailed steps and easy to follow.

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Andrey Bzhitskikh

Freelancer Illustrator

Hey! My name is Andrew Bzhitskikh (I know it is too difficult to pronounce, so simple - Andrew :) ) and here's few facts about my life:

- I live in the cold and beautiful Siberia in Russia. The truth is not so cold but really beautiful!

- Sometimes I make a Native American Flutes for fun and ice figures.

- I'm participate in Aikido, love skiing, hiking and archery. 

- I love to sketch and draw all time of my life. So today I'm a Freelance Illustrator and Graphic Designer. And I want to tell you all that I know and of course to learn something new!

Stay tuned! It will be interesting! :)