Graphic Design: Make Minimal Vector Landscapes

Graphic Design: Make Minimal Vector Landscapes

To practice coloring or just for the love of simplicity, enjoy this fun course and create wonderful landscapes with very few elements!

About this course

Playing around with perspective shape and form can help you create a nice artwork that resembles real life landscapes. Whether it’s a flat design or a more detailed illustration style, this course will show you a simple process of creating a nice design. You can create vector artwork with simple shapes and color only using a few shape tools and the pen tool.

What project are we going to develop?

In this course, we are going to develop a set of abstract minimal vector landscapes all built within Illustrator. We will show you the process from vectorizing a sketch to the complete art. The steps we take are simple and as you follow along you can always create more vector art in the future.

Who’s this course for? Requirements

This course is for beginners to intermediates so if you’re new to Illustrator try watching videos on using basic tools before hand. We are going to show you how to use Adobe Illustrator with basic knowledge required. We are using Creative cloud (CC) so if you have a previous version it may look a litter different but the basic tools are still the same, so you should not have any problems.

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Course Details

Beginner level 1h 5m 7 lessons 214 users


Adobe Illustrator Adobe Illustrator


Jeremy Mura
Jeremy Mura
Jeremy Mura Teacher

Jeremy Mura is a graphic designer and illustrator from Sydney, Australia. After graduating college with a degree in graphic design, he started working with design agencies doing branding and web projects. A short while after, he launched his own personal brand, applying his own knowledge to help other designers get better. He helps start-ups and emerging brands communicate to their audience through design and illlustration. He loves working with vector illustration, identity design and typography.

To learn more, visit http://www.jeremymura.com/