RC shares a tutorial about designing a background for a twitter page using Illustrator.

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  1. [...] Twitter Background Tutorial I have a tutorial I made on making a Twitter background that’s up today. Make sure you check it out by clicking on this link [...]

  2. Sean Smyth (Reply) on Monday April 13, 2009

    Very Cool.

  3. Tim (Reply) on Monday April 13, 2009

    It’s great to see the results of a tutorial up and running for use. Thanks RC.

  4. Nathan (Reply) on Monday April 13, 2009

    That was good i dont have a twitter acount but i enjoyed how organized you were with you illustrations

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  6. Ashley (Reply) on Monday April 13, 2009

    I have been dying to know how to customize twitter for a while. Thank you for walking me through it!

  7. Saranga Aasith (Reply) on Monday April 13, 2009

    nice tutor thanks 4 sharing ur creative tallent with us. Thanks R.C

  8. Patrice Poliquin (Reply) on Monday April 13, 2009

    I’ll give a try ! Nice and clear tutorial there.

  9. vivek lal gupta (Reply) on Monday April 13, 2009

    Though I’m a Graphic Designer, thats why I Like it the easy way of learning. Its Great.
    Vivek, Ranchi (India)

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  12. fredy (Reply) on Monday April 13, 2009

    its nice and simple to learn from the masters
    thank you for you help
    was great tutorial
    fredy

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  14. [...] Twitter Background using Adobe Illustrator – if you’re on Twitter (I recently joined), here is a quick tutorial on how to make a better background for your page. [...]

  15. hrMcWhinney (Reply) on Monday April 13, 2009

    Great tutorial…thanks!

  16. oxXCarlyXxo (Reply) on Monday April 13, 2009

    Thanks so much!! Great Tutorial!! Your site is awesome!! The best in depth tutorial I found!!!

  17. TutsKing (Reply) on Monday April 13, 2009

    This site is clearly in love with the splatter brushes. ;) Nice Tut.

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  21. Giulia (Reply) on Monday April 13, 2009

    I don’t know English very well but it was so clear, thank you!

  22. Christina (Reply) on Monday April 13, 2009

    Thank You!

  23. [...] Create A Twitter Background using Adobe IllustratorRC shares a video tutorial about designing a background for a twitter page using Illustrator. [...]

  24. [...] 4.) If you are even more adventurous (like me!), and want to design a background from scratch, there are image editing programs that allow you to build a template. Some available programs are GIMP, Photoshop, or Illustrator (I created mine using Illustrator in Adobe CS4). Unless you are willing to invest your time, I suggest going with a ready-made template. But if you want to go for it, here’s a tutorial that I found helpful. (TUTORIAL) [...]

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  26. Amy S (Reply) on Monday April 13, 2009

    Thanks. great tutorial!!!

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  28. Ali (Reply) on Monday April 13, 2009

    great tutorial Rafel

    Can you please update it with new twitter site?

    thanks…

  29. Drew T (Reply) on Monday April 13, 2009

    Thanks so much for this video!!!!

  30. arezoo (Reply) on Monday April 13, 2009

    emmm…didnt work…what if i need to use an image on my background and no matter what i do it keeps saying the file is too big or this is not an image



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