What You’ll Be Creating I’m excited to create this tutorial of Latvia’s capital city Riga! I used this landscape to create a small motion graphic for a Dribbble meetup .
We are always excited to see the latest bundle from the guys over at TheHungryJPEG.com , and we are never disappointed! The Beautiful October bundle is definitely no exception. The 33 fonts included are all so unique that we don’t know which to use first! Plus there are two bonus fonts and lots of bonus goodies such as funky catchwords, watercolour backgrounds and much more. This pack isn’t just fonts though.. Those of you who love premium graphics will be in their element as this bundle includes 19 huge packs, from banners, doodles and florals to papers, nautical graphics and photography overlays! As always, all items come with commercial licences and useful documentation to help you know exactly what’s included in your purchase so you get the most out of your latest TheHungryJPEG.com bundle. See some of the awesome items included here: The post 35 Amazing Fonts Now Available In the October Font Bundle! appeared first on BittBox .
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What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial you will learn how to create a classic pin-up with a traditional tattoo art finish. Using ink liners, watercolour paints and water-based markers, we will create a bold, stylised portrait focusing on strong lines, exaggerated features and solid colour. As this is not a classic realistic portrait, it allows you as an artist to be innovative and have fun with the design.
In today’s Adobe Photoshop video tutorial I’ll take you through the process of creating a realistic cartoon character effect from a photograph. We’ll exaggerate the facial features and send the proportions way off to achieve that popular caricature style, but since we’re not drawing the portrait from scratch, it retains a degree of realism and ensures the result has a strong resemblance to the subject. Subscribe to the Spoon Graphics YouTube Channel The post Video Tutorial: Cartoon Character Effect in Photoshop appeared first on Blog.SpoonGraphics .
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Video Tutorial: Cartoon Character Effect in Photoshop
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial you will learn how you can easily create your own mist brushes using different filters and transformations.
What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a detailed illustration of a double-decker bus in Adobe Illustrator. For starters you will learn how to set up a simple grid and how to create the main shape using several rectangles, basic vector shape building techniques and the Live Corners feature. Moving on, you will learn how to add subtle shading and highlights using basic blending techniques and some simple effects. Taking full advantage of the Appearance panel, you will learn how to create the detailed wheels using only one shape. Finally, you’ll learn how to create a simple background and a neat shadow below the bus. 1. Create a New Document and Set Up a Grid Hit Control-N to create a new document. Select Pixels from…
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Create a Double-Decker Bus Illustration in Adobe Illustrator
What You’ll Be Creating Today we’ll draw a cute pony. It may look very simple, but it will be based on a realistic horse —just in less advanced form. You’ll learn how to build a “base” for a drawing and how to measure with lines. You just need: a pencil (the softer, the better) two sheets of paper (it can be a cheap copy paper) a ball-point pen or a marker (something that makes dark lines) You don’t need an eraser! 1. Draw the Body Step 1 Take one sheet of paper. Imagine an oval and sketch it very lightly with your pencil. Don’t draw it all with one line. Try to use short lines with gaps. This will be the chest Step 2 Divide the oval into halves. If you don’t know how, here’s a way: Find the center of the oval and mark it with a dot. Then draw one dot on the right and one on the left. Join them with a line to divide the oval into halves. Step 3 Draw a circle next to the oval. Make it a bit smaller. This is the bum of our pony Step 4 Now join up both shapes with curved lines. The body is finished! This is the back and the belly 2. Draw the Legs Step 1 First draw two lines to find the right place for the legs. The front one (here: left) should be in the front half of the chest-oval. The back one should be placed in the back half of the bum-circle. These lines don’t need to be super straight Step 2 Mark the places where both lines touch the body (1) and the ground (2). Can you see a line between them? Mark the middle of it. Notice that the right line is …
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Drawing for Kids: Draw a Pony
The flat style has been immensely popular in the web design scene, but it’s also a fun illustration style that results in cool abstract artwork which is perfect for infographics, icons or even branding. In today’s tutorial I’ll show you how to create a vector space scene and planet in Adobe Illustrator, using its powerful shape building tools to easily create the trendy effects used by Illustrators. The artwork we’ll be creating in this tutorial features a simple space scene with planets, stars and a moon all illustrated in a flat style with bright colours. The rounded lines that produce the basic shading on the planets is a really popular effect used by Illustrators who have adopted this stylised flat vector look. Begin by creating a new document in Adobe Illustrator. Draw a rectangle to cover the entire artboard to produce a background for the design. Give this rectangle a dark blue fill (#1e1e3a) by double clicking the fill box at the bottom of the toolbar. Draw a long thin rectangle elsewhere on the artboard. Turn on Smart Guides (View > Smart Guides), then hold ALT and Shift while dragging a duplicate of the rectangle until it butts up next to the original. The Smart Guides make it easy to snap the shape exactly into place. Press and …
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How To Create a Flat Style Vector Planet in Illustrator