Premium Tutorial: Realistic Tropical Fruits

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This Illustrator tutorial will show you how to create a nice realistic fruit illustration using different gradient techniques and effects. You will learn various techniques to draw fruits which will be handy for illustrating other kinds of fruits. So let’s see how this is done.

Difficulty: Intermediate tutorial
Requirements: Adobe Illustrator

What will you get?

  • Instant download of PDF e-book (117 steps)
  • Detailed step by step tutorial to draw realistic fruits
  • Comes with Ai file for easy reference

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Bobby Sandhu is a freelance Traditional and Digital artist. He does vectors, vexels, digital paintings and pencil portraits. On deviantart he has received 5 Daily Deviation features and is acclaimed for his Vector car illustrations. Check his complete gallery at or visit his Deviant Art account.

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