Learn how to use the warp tools in Illustrator to make stylish shapes in no time.

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  1. Lisa Jervis (Reply) on Friday February 4, 2011

    Pretty cool with brush!

  2. Fernando (Reply) on Friday February 4, 2011

    Excellent! so visible to all and so easy to use. Definitely tool that can join bail. Thanks for this video. :D

  3. Sabrina (Reply) on Friday February 4, 2011

    That was incredible – Thanks!

  4. VB (Reply) on Friday February 4, 2011

    I hope he didn’t actually get paid to create this tutorial.

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  6. Jelena (Reply) on Friday February 4, 2011

    Thanx for reminding on those tools, they somehow slept of my mind :)

  7. Shala (Reply) on Friday February 4, 2011

    Shows what you can do using the warp tool. I think it is one of those Photoshop tools that doesn’t get used or talked about much. Many people don’t know when and why that tool should be used. It is a wonderful tool with a little imagination.

  8. Stacy (Reply) on Friday February 4, 2011

    Love this. Thanks Corey!

  9. Stacy (Reply) on Friday February 4, 2011

    Love this. Thanks Corey!

  10. Chandni Patel (Reply) on Friday February 4, 2011

    Heya Corey

    I’ve used the wrap tool before and it’s great for creating funky backgrounds. I think it works really well if you want a retro feel to your design work.

    Thanks for sharing.

    • Jai (India) (Reply) on Friday February 4, 2011

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  11. Akhtar (Reply) on Friday February 4, 2011

    They were cool, its incredible how they do it.

    Thanks for sharing

  12. Iftis (Reply) on Friday February 4, 2011

    Hi, great effect but I see the path looks so complicated after using the tool, there is so many points !!
    Is there a way to simplify the path without changing the overall shape ?

    Thx

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  14. Mike (Reply) on Friday February 4, 2011

    Great tutorial/idea. I’ve used the twirl tool before to just make some vector shape brushes, but never thought to use it against a silhouette of the sort! Good stuff, thank you!

  15. vinata (Reply) on Friday February 4, 2011

    Hi, very coooooooooool tut! Loved it. The best part is: i am very new to illustrator and i could still do it easily… :) Thanks a lot man! You rock!!

  16. Jai (India) (Reply) on Friday February 4, 2011

    mAST EK DAM MAST

  17. Web Design Sheffield (Reply) on Friday February 4, 2011

    I love these brushes. Thanks for sharing this.



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