Posts tagged color
What You’ll Be Creating Concept art works are usually more about a product than art. They don’t need to be perfectly refined, they just should sell the idea. However, they can’t be messy, either. How to find this balance? How to paint something quickly, but without making it look like a doodle? In this tutorial I’m going to show you a method to paint a fantastic creature quickly, but with a refined look that happens almost magically. Ready to try
What You’ll Be Creating Custom brushes are a breeze with CorelDRAW’s Artistic Media Tool. In this tutorial you’ll get a proper introduction to creating two types of media within the program: brushes and object sprayers. You’ll see a cute and sweet way of implementing them, and learn how to edit and manipulate default and custom brushes for your own use. 1.
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial, we are going to design a set of icons in Adobe Photoshop. An icon set needs to have the same background and theme. For learning purposes, we are going to design a sun icon, an ice flake icon, and an RSS icon. Let’s get started. 1. Preparing the Canvas Step 1 Start by making a new file with size 350 px × 350 px . Click the small box next to the
What You’ll Be Creating This tutorial will guide you through creating a brushed metal text effect, using multiple layer styles and some textures. You’ll get to work a bit with the text itself, and also use a smart object to warp the styled text but keep it editable, so it can be modified pretty quickly without the need to go over the steps again. Let’s get started! Tutorial Assets The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial. Paragon Black
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial you’ll learn how to incorporate various gradient types and styles into an icon design in CorelDRAW. Additionally, you’ll become comfortable with the Interactive Gradient Tool, which allows users to manually set the angle, distribution, and placement of a gradient within an object. Finally, we’ll use Transparency and Merge
What You’ll Be Creating Ombré is a French word describing anything that starts with one color and then gradually fades into another. Usually, a gradient fill or a gradient overlay is used to achieve this effect. This tutorial, however, will show you a super easy way to get a different version of the Ombré effect using two layers of Bevel and Emboss. Tutorial Assets The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial: Sail Regular
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial I’ll guide you through the process of designing an elegant landing page for a fictional “gratitude log” service. We’ll start off totally from scratch, drafting the layout with Adobe Photoshop in no time. 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: Chillin’ in the sun photo from Skitterphoto PT Serif font from Font Squirrel Playfair Dislay font from Font Squirrel Source Sans Pro font from Font Squirrel User avatars from User Inter Faces Get the Document Ready Step 1 Begin by creating a new Photoshop document (…
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Design an Elegant “Gratitude Log” Landing Page With Photoshop
What You’ll Be Creating Magazine covers can showcase really creative design work. They can be aspirational, glamorous, or even iconic; and fashion covers are at the creative forefront of the magazine industry.
What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a detailed cheese text effect and a cheese wedge illustration.
What You’ll Be Creating The Flame Generator filter in Adobe Photoshop CC is a new feature that’s designed to render realistic flames on user-defined paths. This tutorial will show you how to style and texture a rusty text, then add some flames using the filter, along with some other smoke and sparks textures to create a vibrant flaming text effect. Tutorial Assets The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial. Intro Regular