Last year, Adobe Creative Cloud collaborated with Hatsune Miku to bring us the Project #1 tutorial series for Adobe Photoshop. Now, with Miku’s 10th Anniversary fast approaching, another new collaboration is underway.
On Adobe Creative Cloud’s official website, Hatsune Miku artwork is now being used to promote their various products. Each illustration was created using the software that it is promoting, serving as a showcase for what users of that software product can make.
First, we have a really elegant and beautiful Miku illustration courtesy of Fly (フライ), created using Adobe Photoshop. The software’s various color and lighting effects are used in full force here, creating a splendid example of what it is capable of doing for your illustrations.
— フライ (@flyco_) March 31, 2017
As part of the Adobe x Hatsune Miku collaboration project, I was given the honor of drawing and providing the illustration used to promote Photoshop. http://www.adobe.com/jp/creativecloud/buy/students.html
Next comes Mochizuki Kei’s (望月けい) spunky-looking illustration of Miku, drawn with Adobe Illustrator. It looks like Illustrator can be used for much more than just logo design, allowing artists to even create attractive VOCALOID art like this.
【告知】adobe × 初音ミクコラボ企画のビジュアルイラストを描かせていただきました。私はIllustratorをイメージしたイラレミクを描かせていただきました！よろしくお願いします〜！https://t.co/r6FtM52IfW
— 望月けい (@key_999) March 30, 2017
I was given the honor of drawing Illustrator Miku as part of the Adobe x Hatsune Miku collaboration project! I hope you like it! http://www.adobe.com/jp/creativecloud/buy/students.html
Lastly, there’s PALOW’s (パロウ) super stylish and futuristic Miku design, created with and promoting Adobe After Effects. This author doesn’t have much to say about this work except that he is awestruck by it.
— PALOW.(パロウ) (@PALOW_) March 31, 2017
I was put in charge of creating the AE Miku as part of the Adobe x Hatsune Miku collaboration project! http://www.adobe.com/jp/creativecloud/buy/students.html
If any of these works have piqued your interest in any of the software, feel free to head over to Adobe Creative Cloud’s official website and download a free demo for any and all of them!