13 Best Vector Portrait Tutorials

Here I have collected 13 Photoshop/Illustrator Cool Vector Portrait Tutorials, hope it will be helpful to you. Now let’s start!

Make Watercolor and Marker Style Portraits with Illustrator

With this tutorial, we are going to work through ways of creating digital portrait illustrations that have a unique and somewhat tactile feel of marker and watercolor. This tutorial will focus on using a drawing tablet and Adobe Illustrator. There will be a focus on technique and technical settings, but the overall product will rely on your own personal style and taste.

How to Create a Mosaic Portrait from a Photograph

This is a fun way to turn a photograph into an interesting vector portrait. Get sophisticated results with just a few easy steps, then modify it using a wide range of Illustrator’s live effects.

Perfect vector portraiture - Photoshop

Digital portraiture is as in demand as ever, particularly for editorial. Simeon Elson shows you how to get in on the act the easy way, whatever your style

Create an abstract portrait - Photoshop

From sketch to vector to Photoshop, Tom Lane guides you through the creation of a striking abstract portrait.

Create a High Contrast, Artistic Portrait

This tutorial will teach you how to take your photos and transform them into a high-contrast work of art. You’ll be creating a photo montage, using a combination of selection techniques and layer masking.

How to design a grunge styled portrait in Photoshop

Today we will learn a technique that can be used to create nice portraits with your grunge textures. We will use many selection tools and masks to isolate objects. This is a tutorial for beginners who are approaching to an intermediate level.

Stylized Portrait Illustration

In a digital age analog methods are still valid and one could easily argue essential to a well defined creative process. I say that because this tutorial is more than a mere “click here and pull down this menu” type of process. It requires a level of drawing skills, there really is no way around that. But don’t let that intimidate you, anyone can improve their drawing skills and in return it’ll improve your design regardless if you ever want to become a full-blown illustrator or not.

Learn how to make your own vectorportraits

Every artist have their own style of creating a vector portrait ranging from ultra-realistic to very cartoony. What you’ll learn in this website is my style of making one and hopefully you can come up with our style after learning the basics of vector art.

Quick Tip: Rapid Vector Portrait Process

This Quick Tip tutorial will guide you through the process of making a vector portrait rapidly. A picture will be used as a guide for black and gray paths. We’ll review some shortcuts that will allow you to achieve good quality results with few steps and minimum fuss.

Create a Vector Style Illustration in Photoshop

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create an illustration of a model. We’ll be creating it in vector style, though using Photoshops Burn Tool to add some dimensionality to the illustration. By the end you’ll have enough information and practice to create your own. Although, it doesn’t require any special ability you should be proficient in the use of the Pen Tool. Drawing skills would also help, as well as a tablet, though it’s not necessary.

Vector Portrait Tutorial

The first thing you want to do is find the picture you're going to turing into your vector portrait. The ideal photo will have a simple background so you can edit it out and add a new vector one.

Create a High Contrast Vector Portrait

In this tutorial, we’re going to explain how to convert a photograph into a simplified vector portrait. This technique can be handy if you’re printing in limited flat colors, need to upsize a small photo, or even just to add some graphic and cartoony pizazz to that photo!

Create Vector Portrait Photoshop Tutorial

In this tutorial you will learn how to vectorize your images in a more easy way. First time you will be doing this probably you will think that I’m kidding, but take another image and make the tutorial again and you will see that I’m right.