I need to know the name of this drawing style, i found a lot of them on dribbble and everywhere. Is there is any tutorials on how to make them?

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Search it as "Flat illustration" or "Flat Landscapes" and here a few tutorials:

/adobe illustrator/






Hope work for you!


I don't think this style has a name that you could identify it in one word, but I think you could describe it as flat vector design - I'm guessing that the mountains in the background move in perspective to the foreground and character motion so there would be layers that you could move independently - so you would set up your artboard in Illustrator/Animate or which ever program you use. yaxpac in the post below has included some good tutorial reference.

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    Commented Nov 10, 2016 at 12:04

It's called (Flat design/flat illustration/flat vector) it's made by adobe illustrator and it's main idea is usign simple non grdient color filled in a simple shapes with a simple typhography font you can use it to make pandscapes low poly and icon (such as phone icons) Examples


These are simple vector designs. You can use any vector designing tool:

  • CorelDraw
  • Photoshop
  • Illustrator
  • Sketch App

Everyone knows that first three softwares can be used but the reason I've shared sketch app because it's super user friendly and recommended for UI designing. But you can also get great options for vector designing. Here is a quick demonstrations I've created in sketch using the image you shared. enter image description here

To learn sketch these are the best tutorials available: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AV2OkzIGykA


You should be looking into cell shading in order to learn more about this style of illustration.


Maybe polygonal illustration would be a close name. But this style hasn't an exact name.

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