How to create Swirly Curls in Illustrator

posted by Audee | Monday, October 15, 2007

It’s been more than a week since my last tutorial article. Hope you would love this one ;)
Today’s tutorial is different than before. I want to share you an easy tutorial of how to create Swirls in Illustrator.

Decorative swirls are loved nowadays; people always use this style along with natural element into their design. I know that there are lots of tutorials which are sound similar with mine. Well the idea is to create swirly curls, but my technique would probably different than any others. The twirl effect result is having some hazy kind of curls, so I guess it would be interesting.

How to create Swirly Curls in Illustrator

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  • Hey! I saw your blog on blog catalog and thought i'd check it out.

    I like all of your tutorials and their very helpful!

    Add me as a friend on blogcatalog!

    I hope to see more of your great tutorials!!


    P.S - I also subscribed ^^

    By Blogger Brad, At October 17, 2007 at 6:57 AM  

  • Thanks Brad,
    I've add you as a friend, hope that you will visit my blog again next time..
    Really appriciate that you have subscribed to my feed ;)

    By Blogger Kukuh, At October 17, 2007 at 5:49 PM  

  • hello!!!!...congratulations for your very interesting and is very good!!!!!....
    I love drowing with illustrator and photoshop....and thanks for the tutorials!!!!.....

    have a nice day!!!!:...

    sorry for my english..isn´t my mother lenguage....

    By Anonymous violeta, At October 19, 2007 at 6:02 AM  

  • Violeta, thank you...
    Ya, I tried to make some graphic design tutorial for the beginers, and so happy that it was useful for you!

    By Blogger Kukuh, At October 20, 2007 at 7:34 PM  

  • no idea it was so easy ... thanks for explaining how it is done. wonderful!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At September 9, 2008 at 3:09 AM

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