Adobe Illustrator tutorial: Design symmetrical character art LouLou & Tummie reveal how to create perfectly balanced characters in Illustrator. By LouLou & Tummie | on April 01, 2016 Share Share Read next Adobe Illustrator tutorial: How to make objects look 3D in Illustrator 86 Best Photoshop tutorials Adobe Illustrator tutorial: Create seamless, Mexican-inspired patterns Visual Trends 2017: These are this year's must-know colour, design, branding and photography trends After Effects tutorial: Create animation that looks hand-drawn Design trends 2017: 24 leading designers & art/creative directors tell us what’s inspiring them for the year ahead Comments Zak Stanley Rogoff said: Question for step 2: how do you make sure that the rectangles properly line up with the outside of the top and bottom curves? Mine won't snap on and this means they aren't *quite* aligned. I can still follow the instructions but I get a final product with extra points that's a little messy. Thanks. erikvlie said: Much easier with Astute Graphics' Mirror tool, which takes the pain out of symmetry completely, IMMHO.