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In our new calligraphy course , you’ll be learning the Roundhand Script, which is the easiest calligraphic font to start on because it’s the one that most resembles print.
What You’ll Be Creating This is how it begins. You see a mighty dragon in your mind, its frightening head, shiny scales, marvelous wings, a long tail with a row of spikes… It’s so real you can almost touch it!
What You’ll Be Creating Open up the pages of any high-end magazine and you can find some really outstanding design work. The interior layouts of fashion titles can be particularly awe-inspiring. Designers are becoming more experimental with typography, irregular grids and unusual image choices to create magazine layouts that look as gorgeous as the covers.
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial I’ll guide you through the process of designing a clean and festive themed email template. We’ll start off totally from scratch, drafting the layout with Adobe Photoshop. We’ll be using some basic and intermediate techniques to create this design with conversion in mind. Let’s get it started! Tutorial Assets In order to follow along you will need some (freely available) assets: Open Sans
You must crawl before you can walk. Artists can relate to this idea like no other. And from time to time, we all need to be reminded just how far we’ve come. What Was the First Thing You Ever Created? For our final Community Project of 2014 we want you to share your creative journey with us! Let’s take a stroll down memory lane. Remember all those bumps and blunders along the way? Yeah, we want to see those too!
What You’ll Be Creating If you treat your artistic development seriously, I’m sure you’ve tried to learn perspective and to apply it to everything you draw. However, even if your animals in perspective looked 3D, they also became as stiff as stone statues.
What You’ll Be Creating Sometimes you want to paint something, but your idea is too elusive to plan the picture properly. You just start painting and the result is unpredictable. In this tutorial I’ll show you a fast method to paint freely and spontaneously, while keeping control over the process. I’ll teach you how to tame your imagination and use it to bring an idea to life. A fast process requires simple tools, so we’re going to use only one, self-made brush. Adobe Photoshop isn’t obligatory here, but you’ll need to work some things out yourself if you use other programs. In order to prove to you how fast this method is, I decided to do something uncommon. In this tutorial I’ll…
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From Speed Paint to Detail: Paint a Bat-Cat in Adobe Photoshop
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial, you’ll create a devilish text effect in Adobe Illustrator.
In this Halloween pumpkin vector sticker tutorial we will learn how to create fun Halloween pumpkin sticker, passing all the steps of design, including sketching, coloring and creating shadows and glares. The method described here to create shadows using Blend Tool will keep you away from artifacts that normally occur on objects of complex shape. I hope that this maximum optimizing methods presented here will help you to work more efficiently, that will save plenty time in the future. So let’s get started! Tutorial Details: Halloween pumpkin sticker Program: Adobe Illustrator CS2 – CC2014 Difficulty: Beginner Topics Covered: Pencil Tool, Pen Tool and Blend Tool Estimated Completion Time: 30 minutes Final Image: Halloween Pumpkin Vector Sticker Step 1: Halloween Pumpkin Vector Sticker For this Halloween pumpkin vector sticker vector tutorial, we’ll start in Adobe Illustrator, then go to the File> New …. In the opened dialog box, set the necessary size of our artboard and choose the RGB color mode. Step 2 Now let’s create a sketch. You can draw a…
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Halloween Pumpkin Vector Stickers in 30 Mins!
Each year across the globe, the lives of designers come to their ghastly end. The cause? An unstoppable epidemic involving stationery avalanches, faulty hardware, and bad takeout. We remember the lives of our talented friends in this month’s Design & Illustration Community Project. How Will the World Remember You This Halloween? Cue smoke machine. Lurking in the shadows of this post are the souls of our long lost Tuts+ instructors! They leave behind the wondrous teachings of age-old design philosophies and really…cool…art. But how will the world remember you once you’ve kicked the bucket? Show us your personalized gravestone to get featured in this month’s Design & Illustration Community Project! Easy to Edit Vector and Photoshop Templates! A big thank you to Sharon Milne for dying twice for this project, and also to Andrei Marius for our vector template from his recent tutorial! We have two great templates that make it super fun and easy to submit. So alter them as you see fit, or …
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Tuts+ Halloween Community Project: Join the Designers Graveyard!