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How to Create Vector Raw Wooden Texture Background in Adobe Illustrator | EPS | JPG

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Today, will guide you, how to create vector raw wooden texture background in Adobe Illustrator. This tutorials guides you how to create own wooden texture background in Adobe Illustrator.

I will show you easy way to create vector wooden texture with easy tips. Most of designers think that it is very tough to create vector wooden effect background using Adobe Illustrator.

Follow my four steps and you will create the own wood texture background. I will guides, how to use the default Artistic_ChalkCharcoalPencil  Panel in Brush Libraries to create vector wood texture.

First, draw multiple lines vertical and stroke weight 2.5 points and give different shapes of wood theme outline colors like R196 G154 B108, R169 G124 B80, R139 G94 B60 etc.

Second, apply to lines with randomly with brushes of chalk, chalk – scribble, charcoal, charcoal – thick, charcoal – soft, charcoal – thick, charcoal – rough for wooden texture effect.

Third, use one most important tools are Warp Tool and Twirl Tool. Press the over the shape, it will come wooden effect.

Fourth and finally, use Transparency Panel to apply screen blending for effect of wooden in Adobe Illustrator.

In this video, will guide you some of basic tips of making clipping masks, make duplicates with shortcuts etc.

Try yourself to create vector raw wooden texture effect background in adobe illustrator. You can use in your design projects and enhance your design to eye catchy.

You can also use this kind of backgrounds for wallpaper, print, web, restaurant, flyer, menu, architecture, furniture, and more.

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