30 Outstanding Examples of Vexel Artwork Illustrations | Dedign.com
… showcasing a round up of 30 most outstanding and amazing vexel art illustrations for your inspiration. The use of vexel can truthfully put in remarkable depth to your design that is not possible to pull off solely through vector .
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Traditionally the double exposure effect is produced by photographers using nothing but their camera to combine two separate photographs to create an abstract and surreal image. However, we can also mimic the effect in Photoshop, which actually gives us more control over the final output with the ability to adjust and preview the effect as we go. Follow this step by step tutorial to create a double exposure effect yourself, we’ll blend two existing photographs together with the help of some simple clipping and masking techniques. The double exposure effect isn’t just popular with photographers, it’s a technique that artists and designers can use to create cool abstract artwork. You can see this effect used in the real world on album covers and even during opening titles of popular TV series. Today we’re going to focus on mimicking the traditional effect in Photoshop. It’s a relatively simple process but the final result mostly depends on a good match of two complementing photographs. For some inspiration, browse some great examples of double exposure images on Pinterest . A popular combination of …
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Photoshop has been a part of web design for years, and it’s very likely to continue as such
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What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial we will create a crazy poster, illustrating a famous quote by Oscar Wilde – “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken”. We’ll apply various Warp Effects to create the elements easily. Learn to make a gentle grain effect to give our poster a vintage look and do some freehand lettering. Let’s get started! 1. Create a Fancy Top Hat Step 1 First of all, create a New Document of 600x800px size. Form the palette that we’ll be using in our image to make the composition vivid, yet preserving the consistent look of a retro-style poster.
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Looking for the other amazing entries we received? Then check out Part One and Part Two of our Creative Selfie Showcase. Community Project Showcase: Creative Selfies – Part Three Today we bring you the long awaited part three of our Creative Selfie Community Project here on Tuts+. We first started this project back in May, where we asked you to show us a creative extension of yourself. Our talented authors showed you their best creative selfies and you returned the challenge with dozens of incredible submissions from around the world! Creative Selfies By You! Here are the last 20 entries created by our readers. Show some love to these talented artists in the comments section below. Enjoy! David Maw My name is David. Ever since I stumbled upon Svetlana’s incredible fashionista tutorial (part one), I’ve been hooked on Tuts+. I’m thankful you extended the deadline and I’m excited to share my submission. I’m an electronic music composer at heart and thus my portrait carries that theme. My music: https://soundcloud.com/vidicus Charley Coetzee My name is Charley, I am a Photographer and Graphic Designer. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I love learning new art forms or even sharing ideas! Oktawian Hey there, this is my selfie. http://okti-okti.rhcloud.com/ Peter Kaalund Konichiwa! I am a newly graduate Designer and aspiring Art Director from Denmark. I love minimalism, zen buddhism and grounding coffee. Nice to…
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Create a folded paper style Rainbow Hexagon Pattern Vector with a single hexagon, a few line segments and a few triangles. Layering gradients really makes this hexagon pattern vector pop! Tutorial Details: Rainbow Hexagon Pattern Vector Program : Adobe Illustrator CS6-CC 2014 Difficulty : Beginner Topics Covered : shape Building, Gradients, Pattern Options Panel Estimated Completion Time : 45 Minutes Final Image: Rainbow Hexagon Pattern Vector Step 1 To begin this Rainbow Hexagon Pattern vector tutorial, we’ll start with a New Document in Adobe Illustrator . The overall size is your choice. I wound up changing my Artboard size several times, initially starting with 3 in. x 3in. Using the Polygon Tool , draw a six-sided object, keeping the top side flat (rather than rotating it to a point. For now, keep the fill color at null and choose a dark stroke color. Step 2 Using the Line Segment Tool (/) , draw a line from the top right corner to the middle left corner (see below). Repeat with a line from the top left corner to the bottom left corner. Step 3 Repeat Step 2 , this time going from the middle left corner to the bottom right corner. Step 4 Continue going around the hexagon, drawing lines with the Line Segment Tool until you have six lines that touch each corner…
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What You’ll Be Creating Packaging design can be an intimidating subject for new designers. Visualising how something may appear and function as a 3D object can be difficult when creating flat templates, particularly in absence of any industrial-scale printing equipment at home. A smaller product, like a fold-out card CD sleeve, is a great place to start experimenting with packaging design. InDesign is the perfect software to use, as you can easily set and monitor measurements throughout the design process. In this tutorial we’ll be creating a basic CD Sleeve template in Adobe InDesign and using a bit of Illustrator too, incorporating some funky vector artwork from Yulia Sokolova as we go. The finished sleeve can even be printed and finished at home if you have access to an A3 printer, some card, a craft knife and glue. The template for the sleeve is designed to fit on a single A3 page, but you can create mock-ups using 2 A4 sheets stapled or glued together to get an impression of the product before you …
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What You’ll Be Creating Do you like sleek, elegant websites? Then make sure to buckle up, because in this tutorial you will find out how to combine simplicity and elegance in this one page website in Adobe Illustrator. This tutorial will show you everything you need to make an elegant yet simple site for your small business in Adobe Illustrator, using a Hair & Beauty Salon as an example. Let’s dive in. Tutorial Assets Fonts This tutorial uses several free fonts and other assets
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What You’ll Be Creating Last year we created a game sprite design , created a walk cycle, and coded a side-scroller using said sprite (links found at the end of this tutorial). This year, I wanted to up the ante and create a pixel art version of Kandi from scratch from a new view. Follow along, as in this tutorial I’ll show you how to extend those skills to make a pixel art game sprite of your very own. 1.
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What You’ll Be Creating Ever wanted to make your own stylish CD cover?