In this tutorial Corey demonstrates the powerful integration between Photoshop and Illustrator to create a realistic diamond plate effect.

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  1. Andrei G. 15 April, 2010 at 14:05 Reply

    Brilliant, Corey! Thank you for this, it was very enlightening. I wasn’t aware of Illustrator’s transform capabilities. This will make me look into it some more. Thanks!

  2. Caleb 20 April, 2010 at 11:55 Reply

    I don’t get something. When I open illustrator I get a huge screen and the scroll things are really small what do i do?

  3. elizabeth 20 April, 2010 at 14:04 Reply

    that was a fantastic tut, I love illustrator, but I am not as well versed in it as I would like to be. I saw you yesterday on the NAPP webinar and really enjoyed that class. thanks for the inspiration.

  4. Tony V 7 May, 2010 at 12:31 Reply

    Great example of integration between the two apps and how to leverage the best features of each for a given task. Would love to see more examples of this in the future. Thanks so much!

  5. Ben Sussman 9 May, 2010 at 20:50 Reply

    Thanks a lot Corey. I had to watch this tutorial and learn that Illustrator transform trick so that instead of doing all my household chores on Sunday I wasted 3 hours futzing around with this and making all kinds of goofy designs with it. Thanks!

  6. ajith.b, 16 May, 2010 at 07:08 Reply

    Brilliant, Corey! Thank you for this, it was very enlightening. I wasn’t aware of Illustrator’s transform capabilities. This will make me look into it some more.You are a wealth of knowledge, man. Thanks!

    From,
    Kerala

  7. Jordi Araus 28 July, 2010 at 08:04 Reply

    thank you very much, their tutorials are the best of the Web.
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