Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop tutorial: Design a vector map packed with creatures and landmarks Use Photoshop and Illustrator to create a charming vector map that's stuffed with famous features and animals. By Jimmy Gleeson | on September 02, 2016 Share Share Read next 44 best Illustrator tutorials 5 ways Adobe Stock will revolutionise your motion graphics work Photoshop tutorial: Digitally colour a delicate, beautiful portrait in Photoshop How to create the perfect 3D, VFX or games art showreel These are 2017's best album covers 86 Best Photoshop tutorials Comments enamul hoq said: I LOVE this,,I really appreciate these kind of outstanding job. Thanks for your tutor!!background remove Robert Talen said: busy with the same thing, but then with Holland, it inspired me :) MsJinx said: This step by step guide on how you created this map was brilliant. I create a lot of maps for my clients, so this will come in really useful for next time. Thanks! Daniele Cavoli said: Did you use any cool textures? Great work by the way! Neil Bennett said: I'm afraid not, no. This was a commercial commission, so cannot be used for any purpose except by the company who commissioned it (and us with permission for the purposes of this tutorial) ellie said: I love it! Can I use this image to make a report? :-) If it is not allowed, let me know please [email protected] Hans Reinaldy said: hey i'm newbie in photoshop can u tell me how to make the uluru into the simplest geometric form? rachna said: Its amazing! Please check our polaroid photo collage tutorial at http://blog.entheosweb.com/tut... Rachna said: Thanks very interesting. Please check our polaroid photo collage tutorial at http://blog.entheosweb.com/tut... Wiggy said: Great to see how the professionals approach such things, thanks for sharing z said: thank you !this article is helpful and amazing Anshuman Mishra said: The type of SWC package determines the compilation structure of adobe integrated runtime environment. Phil said: This is awesome! Ebba said: Wow! That's some gorgeous artwork! I'm not easily impressed, but that thing is AWESOME. Dan said: A very impressive and detailed work!Congrats!