What You’ll Be Creating If you’re new to the world of logo design, one of the most important decisions for you to make is which software you should use for the job.
Welcome to our Photoshop in 60 Seconds series, in which you can learn a Photoshop skill, feature, or technique in just a minute! The Pen Tool Ever wonder how to use that unwieldy Pen Tool in Photoshop? Well if you’ve got a minute, I’ll show you how! A Bit More Detail Learn more about Adobe Photoshop on Envato Tuts+. Photoshop Tutorials for Beginners tutorial series Mastering Light & Shadow in Adobe Photoshop free course Photoshop Essentials course Advanced Photoshop Techniques course 60 Seconds?! This is part of a
What You’ll Be Creating Today we will create an adorable raccoon. We’ll use basic shapes and warp effects, as usual—nothing new if you are already my follower. You will learn how to create part of the
What You’ll Be Creating Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) is a Mexican holiday that celebrates the spirit and honors the memory of the friends and family members who have died. Marigold is the traditional flower used in the celebration of the Day of the Dead, as well as in the decoration of the Sugar Skulls, which are the most popular symbol of that day. This tutorial will show you how to create simple marigold flowers, and use them with a couple of brushes, textures, layer styles, and shape settings, in order to create a Day of the Dead sugar skull-inspired text effect. Let’s get started! Tutorial Assets The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial. Aka Posse
What You’ll Be Creating Day of the Dead is very beautiful and inspiring Mexican holiday. We’ll create a female portrait using different methods and techniques for a great result. You can use this tutorial as a reference for your own picture. 1. Make a Sketch Step 1 At the beginning let’s draw a schematic sketch, and we’ll add the details later. We’ll use the attributes inherent to this holiday: we’ll decorate the hairstyle with Mexican marigolds, we’ll use traditional jewelry and ornaments, and we’ll create the Calavera’s makeup. Step 2 Create a New document,
In case you’re still needing spooktacular Halloween designs, we’re rolling out this awesome hand drawn Halloween pattern vector tutorial! With this you’ll learn to draw classic Halloween elements and turn them into a fun and boo filled pattern.
What You’ll Be Creating “There’s no place like home…” Dorothy whispered those words, and with three clicks of her sparkly ruby slippers, she was back in Kansas again. It’s an iconic movie moment, one we couldn’t neglect in our series of Wizard of Oz -themed tutorials. So in this tutorial, we’ll walk through creating a typographic illustration using the “No
What You’ll Be Creating Once the prized jewel in the evil crown of the Wicked Witch of the East, a pair of magical Ruby Slippers now belong to humble Dorothy Gale. The Ruby Slippers give great power to whoever possesses them, and in this tutorial I am going to show you how you can create your own version of these striking shoes. What You Will Need In order to complete this tutorial, you’ll need the following equipment and stock image: Stock photo of legs and feet Drawing paper or newsprint Drawing board (optional) Masking tape Pencils (Types, 6B to 2H) Mechanical pencils (Types 6B to 2H) Red colour pencils Red pastel pencils Black colour pencil White colour pencil Pencil…
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What You’ll Be Creating In celebration of our Wizard of Oz week here at Envato Tuts+, I wanted to create a vibrant and colorful scene of the Great and Powerful Wizard’s entrance into the land of Oz.
What You’ll Be Creating Sometimes it’s not zombies and vampires that scare us, but characters from childhood stories. Even though objectively they’re not that scary, there’s something in them that brings us chills even in our adult lives. The Winged Monkeys from “The Wizard of Oz” are certainly that type of character. Let’s learn how to draw one! 1. Prepare for Drawing This is the most overlooked part of drawing projects. Beginners often “strongly wish” they could draw something, so they just try to do it. Professionals, on the other hand, practice before drawing something new. You can’t draw something