Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator

Adobe Illustrator can be a little tricky to get your hands around, particularly after getting used to the workflow of applications like Photoshop. The differences between layer use and the creation of objects and shapes can be really strange at first hand.

Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator

In this tutorial you will learn how to create an Electric Razor in Adobe Illustrator. You will learn how to create the shapes that form the electric razor, apply gradients and some other effects to give it a 3D appearance.

Let’s get started!

Final Result

Let’s see what you will be creating in this tutorial.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator

Step 1

Pick the Line tool (\) and click anywhere on the document. Enter a 140px Length and a 90 degrees Angle and then click OK. While the result selected, pick the Rotate tool (R), hold down Alt key and click on the top anchor point of the line. Enter a 110 degrees Angle and then click Copy. Reselect the horizontal line, pick the Rotate tool (R), hold down Alt key and click on the top anchor point of the line. Enter a -105 degrees Angle and then click Copy. Next select and group third newly created lines. Finally rotate this group an angle of about -25 degrees

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 2

Create three blue objects and then fill them as shown below

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Continue create shapes, send them back and then fill them as shown below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Create two objects (yellow and green color) and then fill them with the linear gradient.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Continue create shapes, send them back and then fill them as shown below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 3

Create a blue object, send it back and then fill it with a linear gradient.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Continue create a red object, send it back and then press (Ctrl+ Right Square Bracket ) once time. Next fill it with a linear gradient. While the result selected, go to the Effect menu/ Blur/ Gaussian Blur. Enter a 9.6 pixel Radius and then click OK.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Continue create objects, send them back and then fill them as shown below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 4

Pick the Ellipse tool (L). Use this tool to create two objects (70px by 70px and 45px by 45px). Select two newly created objects and click on the Vertical Align Center button from the Align palette and then click on the Horizontal Align Center button. Next pick the Pen tool (P) and create a green shape as shown in the second image. Next fill this object with a linear gradient.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Select the newly created shape and pick the Rotate tool (R). Next hold down the Alt key and click on the center of two red ellipes. Enter a 6 degrees Angle and then click Copy. Next press (Ctrl +D) many times to get the result as shown in the second image.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 5

Now fill the bigger red ellipse with R=35, G=31, B=32. Then fill the remaining red ellipse with a linear gradient. While the result selected, go to the Object menu/ Path/ Offset Path. Enter a -1.5px Offset and then click OK. Next replace the existing color with a linear gradient and then add a 0.5px stroke (R=255, G=255, B=255) shown in the last image below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Reselect the newly created shape and go to the Object menu/ Path/ Offset Path. Enter a -6px Offset and then click OK. Replace the existing color with R=230, G=231, B=232 (Stroke = None).

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 6

Pick the Ellipse tool (L). Use this tool to create two objects (13px by 13px and 11px by 11px). Select two newly created object and click on the Horizontal Align Center button from the Align palette and then click on the Vertical Align Bottom button. Next click on the Minus back button from the Pathfinder palette. Fill the result with R=128, G=130, B=133. While the result selected, double click on the Scale tool button from the Tool palette. Check the Uniform and enter a 70% Scale and then click Copy. Next double click on the Rotate tool button. Enter a 160 degrees Angle and then click OK. Finally place these two shapes to the correct positions as shown in the last image below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 7

Select all shapes created from beginning step 4 to this time and double click on the Shear tool button from the Tool palette. Enter the data shown below and then click OK. Next duplicate (Ctrl+C, Ctrl+F) the group selected as shown in the third image. Move the result 3px down and then 1px to the left. Finally remove the black shape selected as shown in the fifth image.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Select two anchor points highlighted with red and drag them to the points highlighted with green. Next click on the handles and drag them to zero.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Repeat the same techniques for the shapes selected as shown in the third image. In the end it should look like the last image shown.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Now send the group selected as shown below to back (Ctrl +Shift +Left Square Bracket). Next move this group 3px down and then move 1px to the left.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Select two anchor points highlighted with red and drag them to the points highlighted with green. Next click on the handles and drag them to zero.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Repeat the same techniques for the shapes selected as shown in the third image. Select and group (Ctrl + G) all shapes created in this step. Replace the existing color with a new linear gradient shown in the second image.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Select and group (Ctrl+G) two newly created groups. Next double click on the Reflect tool button from the Tool palette. Check the Vertical and then click Copy. Next double click on the Reflect tool button one more. Check the Horizontal and then click OK. Place the result to the correct position highlighted with red arrows.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Select and group (Ctrl + G) all shapes created from beginning step 4 to this time. Next place this group to the correct position as shown below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 8

Now created objects and then fill them as shown below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Select two newly created shapes and go to the Object menu/ Blend/ Blend Options. Enter the data as shown below and then click OK. Next press (Ctrl +Left Square Bracket) some times to get the result as shown in the third image.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 9

Create a red object and a yellow curve as shown below. Next fill the red object with R=0, G=0, B=0. Add a new stroke for the curve, make it 2px wide and set the color at R=65, G=64, B=66. Select and group (Ctrl+G) two newly created objects. Next press (Ctrl + Left Square Bracket) some times to get the result as shown in the fourth image.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 10

Pick the Star Tool and click on anywhere in the document. Enter the data as shown below and then click OK. Continue create a smaller star and rotate this object an angle of 45 degrees . Next fill two newly created objects with R=255, G=255, B=255. Reselect these two shapes and click on the Vertical Align Center button from the Align palette and then click on the Horizontal Align Center button. Next click on the Unite button from the Pathfinder palette. While the result selected, go to the Effect menu/ Blur/ Gaussian Blur. Enter a 3 pixel Radius and then click OK. Next lowered Opacity of the result to 80%. Finally place the result to the correct position as shown in the last image below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 11

Select and group (Ctrl + G) all shapes created from beginning step 4 to this time. Duplicate (Ctrl+C, Ctrl+F) this group once time. Next place the result to the correct position as shown in the image below. Next double click on the Scale tool button from the Tool palette. Enter a 105% Scale and then click OK. While the result selected, rotate it an angle of about 10 degrees.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Duplicate (Ctrl+C, Ctrl+F) the group selected shown below once time. Next place the result to the correct position as shown in the first image. Next double click on the Scale tool button from the Tool palette. Enter a 105% Scale and then click OK. While the result selected, rotate it an angle of about -5 degrees. Finally select and group (Ctrl + G) all shapes created from beginning step 4 to this time.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 12

Create two blue parallel lines as shown below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Continue create two green parallel lines as shown below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Select and group (Ctrl+G) four newly created lines and then lock this group (Ctrl+2). Next create two red lines as shown below. Finally unlock (Ctrl +Alt +2) the group locked in the previous step and then remove it.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Now create a green object based on two red objects below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Fill the newly created shape with R=0, G=0, B=0.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Duplicate the shape once time (Ctrl+C, Ctrl+F). Go to the Effect menu/ Distort/ Diffulse Glow. Enter the data as shown below and then click OK. While the result selected go to the Effect menu/ Stylize/ Feather. Enter a 10px Feather Radius and then click OK. Finally lowered its Opacity to 50%.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 13

Create a yellow shape as shown below. Next fill this shape with linear gradient

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Go to the Effect menu/ Blur/ Gaussian Blur. Enter the data as shown below and then click OK. While the result selected, go to the Effect menu/ Distort/ Diffulse Glow. Enter the data as shown below and then click OK. Finally lowered its Opacity to 40%.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 14

Create a yellow object as shown below. Next fill it with the radial gradient. While the result selected, go to the Effect menu/ Stylize/ Drop Shadow. Enter the data as shown in the third image below and then click OK.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Duplicate (Ctrl+C, Ctrl+F) the newly created shape once time. Replace the existing color with R=0, G=0, B=0. While the result selected, go to the Effect menu/ Distort/ Diffulse Glow. Enter the data as shown below and then click OK. Finally lowered its Opacity to 70%.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 15

Pick the Rectangle Tool (M) and use it to create a 60px by 200px object. Next go to the Effect menu/ Stylize/ Round Corners. Enter 30px Radius and then click OK. While the result selected, go to the Object menu/ Expand Appearance.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Continue with the Rectangle Tool (M) and use it to create a 615px by 260px object. Next go to the Effect menu/ Stylize/ Round Corners. Enter a 7px Radius and then click OK. While the result selected, go to the Object menu/ Expand Appearance. Select two newly created objects and click on the "Horizontal Align Center" button from the Align palette. Next click on the "Vertical Align Center" button.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Hide the black object. Next select the red object, add two anchor points highlighted with black and then move them 2px to the left.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Reselect the newly created object and go to the Object menu/ Path/ Offset Path. Enter a -10px Offset and then click OK. While the result selected, go to the Object menu/ Path/ Offset Path. Enter a -8px Offset and then click OK. Next resize the smaller blue object as shown in the last image below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Reselect the shape edited in the previous step and go to the Object menu/ Path/ Offset Path. Enter a 3px Offset and then click OK. Next resize the result as shown in the second image. Now select two anchor points highlighted with black and move them 1px to the right. Reselect the green object and move it 1px to the left.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Select two blue shapes and click on the Minus Front button from the Pathfinder palette. Next show the black object (Ctrl + Alt + 3). Duplicate (Ctrl+C, Ctrl+F) this object once time. While the copy selected, click on the blue shape and then click on Minus Back button. Finally select the remaining black object and the red object and then click on the Unite button.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Select three anchor points highlighted with black and move them 3px to the right. Next select three anchor points highlighted with green and move them 8px to the right.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Now reselect the green object and go to the Object menu/ Path/ Offset Path. Enter a -1px Offset and then click OK. Next move the result 1px to the left. While the result selected, go to the Object menu/ Path/ Offset Path. Enter a -4px Offset and then click OK. Next resize the result as shown in the fifth image below. Select two anchor points highlighted with black and remove them. Finally reselect the smallest green object and move it 1px to the left.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Select all newly created objects (red, green and blue) and double click on the Shear tool icon from the Tool palette. Enter the data as shown below and then click OK. Finally place the result to the correct position as shown in the last image.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 16

Create white curves as shown below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Select the red object and fill it with R=0, G=0, B=0. Next go to the Object menu/ Path/ Offset Path. Enter a -1px Offset and then click OK. Next move the result 1px to the right. Go to the Effect menu/ Distort/ Diffuse Glow. Enter the data as shown below and then click OK. Next go to the Effect menu/ Stylizer/ Feather. Enter a 10 px Feather Radius and then click OK. Finally lowered its Opacity to 70%

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Select two white objects as shown in the first image and change the color of the stroke to R=65, G=64, B=66. Next open the Stroke palette and select Width Profile 4 in the Profile section. Do the same with the remaining white object ( but select Width Profile 1).

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Continue create white curves as shown below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Fill the objects selected as shown below with linear gradient.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Select two shapes just filled and duplicate (Ctrl+C, Ctrl+F) them once time. Fill copies with R=0, G=0, B=0 and then move them 2px to the right. Finally press (Ctrl+ Left Square Bracket) once time.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Select third white objects as shown in the first image and change the color of the stroke to R=65, G=64, B=66. Next open the Stroke palette and select Width Profile 4. Do the same with the remaining white object ( but change the color of the stroke to R=35, G=31, B=32).

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Fill objects with linear gradient as shown below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 17

Create three red objects as shown in the first image. Next select a red object and fill it with the radial gradient. While the result selected, go to the Effect menu/ Stylize/ Drop Shadow. Enter the data as shown in the second image and then click OK. Repeat the same techniques for the remaining two shapes. In the end it should look like the third image shown.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 18

Select the shape as shown below and duplicate (Ctrl+C, Ctrl+F) it once time. Bring the copy to the front (Ctrl+ Shift + Right Square Bracket). Next fill the result with None and add a 1px Stroke (yellow color) (remove Drop Shadow effect)

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Select two anchor points highlighted with red and then click on the " Cut path at selected anchor points" button from the Properties bar. Next remove a part of object to get the result as shown in the second image.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Change the stroke wide to 7 px. Next select three anchor points highlighted with red. and move them 4px to the left. Reselect the yellow object and go to the Object menu/ Expand. Check in the Fill and the Stroke and then click OK.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Fill the newly created shape with the linear gradient. Next go to the Object menu/ Path/ Offset Path. Enter a -2px Offset and then click OK. While the result selected, move it 1px to the left and then fill it with a new linear gradient.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Select two newly created shapes and go to the Object menu/ Blend/ Blend Options. Enter the data as shown below and then click OK. Next go to the Object menu/ Blend/ Make (Ctrl+Alt+B).

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Select the group created in the step 11 and bring it to the front (Ctrl + Shift + Right Bracket Square).

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Duplicate (Ctrl+C, Ctrl+F) the result once time and then move the copy to the correct position as shown in the first image. Next double click on the copy and then select the larger shape. Replace the existing color with a new linear gradient shown below. Next double-click on the anywhere outside of the group just edited. Finally send this group to back (Ctrl +Shift + Left Square Bracket)

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 19

Pick the Ellipse tool (L) and use it to create a 65px by 80px object. Next select two anchor points highlighted with black and move them 5px to the left. Reselect the object and then double click on the Rotate tool icon from the Tool palette. Enter a 10 degrees Angle and then click OK.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Continue select the newly created object and go to the Object menu/ Path/ Offset Path. Enter a -10px Offset and then click OK. Next fill the bigger object with a radial gradient as shown in the second image. Next fill the remaining object with a radial gradient. While the result selected, go to the Object menu/ Path/ Offset Path. Enter a -7px Offset and then click OK. Move the result 8px to the right and then 1px up. Finally replace the existing color with a new radial gradient shown in the last image below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Create a red object as shown in the first image and then fill it with a radial gradient.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Now select the shape as shown in below and go to the Object menu/ Path/ Offset Path. Enter a 2px Offset and then click OK. Next fill the result with a linear gradient. Finally send the result to back (Ctrl +Shift +Left Square Bracket).

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Create a red object and then fill it with R=0, G=120, B=0 as shown below. Next duplicate the result once time and hide the copy (Ctrl +3). Next create a yellow shape and then fill it with R=57, G=255, B=10. Select two newly created shapes and go to the Object menu/ Blend/ Blend Options. Enter the data as shown in the fourth image and then click OK. Continue go to the Object menu/ Blend/ Make (Ctrl+Alt+B).

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Continue create a red object and then fill it with R=251, G=255, B=0. Next go to the Effect menu/ Blur/ Gaussian Blur. Enter a 6 pixel Radius and then click OK. Now press (Ctrl+ Alt+ 3) to show the object hidden in the previous step. Next bring this object to the front and then fill it with a radial gradient.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Create a red object and then fill it with a linear gradient as shown below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Continue create a yellow object and then fill it with a linear gradient as shown below. Select two newly created shapes and go to the Object menu/ Blend/ Blend Options. Enter the data as shown in the fourth image and then click OK. Continue go to the Object menu/ Blend/ Make (Ctrl+Alt+B). Select and group (Ctrl + G) all shapes created from beginning step 19 to this time.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 20

Pick the Rectangle tool (M) and use it to create a 22px by 68px object. Next go to the Effect menu/ Stylizer/ Round Corners. Enter a 12px Radius and then click OK. Go to the Object menu/ Expand Appearance. Next go to the Object menu/ Path/ Offset Path. Enter a -3px Offset and then click OK.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Select two yellow objects and double click on the Shear tool icon from the Tool palette. Enter a -10 Shear angle and check the Vertical and then click OK. While the result selected, double click on the Rotate tool icon. Enter a 15 Angle and then click OK.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Fill objects with the linear gradient as shown below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Create two red objects as shown below. Select one object and then fill it with the radial gradient. Next go to the Effect menu/ Blur/ Gaussian Blur. Enter a 7 pixel Radius and then click OK.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Repeat the same techniques for the remaining object. Next duplicate (Ctrl+C, Ctrl+F) the black shape once time and bring the copy to front (Ctrl+Shift + Right Square Bracket). While the copy selected, hold down the Shift key and click on two green shapes and then go to the Object menu/ Clipping Mask/ Make (Ctrl+7).

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Select the white shape as shown in the first image and duplicate it once time. Next bring the copy to front. Finally replace the existing color with a radial gradient.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Pick the Type tool (T) ( Font: Myriad Pro, Style: Bold, Size: 8px ) and type text "CHARGE". Select the text and go to the Object menu/ Expand. Next double click on the Shear tool icon from the Tool palette. Enter a -10 degrees Angle and check the Vertical and then click OK. While the result selected, double click on the Rotate tool icon. Enter a 15 Angle and then click OK. Now move the newly created shape to the correct position as shown in the fourth image.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Step 21

Now select and group (Ctrl + G) all shapes created from beginning step 1 to this time. Next create a rectangle object and fill it with R=241, G=242, B=242 and then send it back as shown below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Reselect the newly created group and double click on the Reflect tool button from the Tool palette. Check the Horizontal and then click Copy. Next move the copy to the correct position as shown below. Finally press (Ctrl + Left Square Bracket) once time.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Create a red rectangle object as shown below.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Fill the newly created object with the radial gradient.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Final Result

Here’s the final result. I hope you’ve enjoyed this tutorial.

instantShift - Create an Electric Razor in Illustrator Tutorial

Conclusion

As difficult as it looks I’m very sure if you follow my tutorial you will find a lot of help using your skills and images to produce your own creation! Ones again Thank you for using our tutorial, we will be very happy to answer any questions that you may have, You can simply leave a feedback and or a comment bellow.

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9 Comments

  1. Hi Nguyen Ngoc Bao,

    Very nice….Really amazing. Very detailed tutorial..

    I think I can’t illustrate that razor even after reading your tutorials.. Lots of artistic touches..

  2. Thanks for sharing this :)

  3. Hi,

    Thank you for your tutorial. It looks great. I have one question thought. I have noticed that the black surface in step 3 got a nice noisy texture. Could you please explain it how you did that?

    • Hi Nicky,
      You can do following steps:
      – Duplicate the black shape one time. While the copy selected, go to the Effect menu/ Distort/ Diffuse Glow… Enter the following data (Graininess: 10, Glow Amount: 0, Clear Amount: 8) and then click OK.
      – Next go to Effect/ Stylize/ Feather…Enter a 10px Radius and then click OK.
      – Finally lowered its Opacity to 70%.
      Have fun !

  4. Thank you for this tutorial.

  5. Thank you so much! i think im gonna try to put this on my website :)

  6. Is it any chance to make available the source files because i believe it is too difficult for me to create it!
    thank you

    • Tutorial updated! Just added the source file.

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