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What You’ll Be Creating Apophysis is well known for its ability to create amazingly intricate 2D and 3D flame fractals. In this tutorial you will learn how to create a 3D Julian fractal. I will be using a 64 bit version of Apophysis 7x; however, 32 bit versions will work the same for this tutorial. The concepts are very similar to creating a 2D Grand Julian but will include the usage of modifying variations to achieve a pseudo-3D appearance. 1. Setting Up the Scene Step 1 Load the Apophysis program, and then open the Editor window. Click the New Flame button to create a blank canvas from which we will work. Step 2 Before we begin adding any elements to the fractal, it is a good idea to set a basic color scheme. This can easily be changed in the future. Close the Editor window and open the Gradient Adjustment window. Choose a gradient for the fractal. I have selected gradient 576_Gold_and_Blue to work with. 2. Base Transforms Step 1 We’ll begin by adding in the base of the fractal. I like to start with…
What You’ll Be Creating Today, I want to share a little bit about where I am from: Ukraine. We are not part of Russia, as many people think—we are an independent country with an official language, Ukrainian. Ukraine is the biggest country in Europe. The people are very generous and hospitable, and we will first feed the guests and then ask questions!
With the onset of spring, I often think of pastels, fresh airy designs, and watercolor effects. So, in the following tutorial I will explain how to create a couple watercolor brushes, transfer those to a watercolor text vector effect, and at the end of the tutorial you can download some Free Vectips Watercolor Brushes!
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial, I’ll teach you how to design a simple and easy-to-use iOS fitness application for tracking outdoor running and cycling.
What You’ll Be Creating In today’s tutorial, I’m going to show you how to easily create a spring banner. You will draw birds, a bow and floral branches using basic shapes, and learn how to add a new fill to an existing one. 1. Drawing the Body of the Bird Step 1 Create a new document ( Control-N ) and hit the Ellipse Tool (L) . We will first create the body of the bird. Set the stroke color at any color and with no fill. Create an ellipse. Then add a smaller one on the top. Take the Rectangle Tool (M) and draw a rectangle; this will form the neck of bird. To finish off the body shape, take the Direct Selection Tool (A) and make the lower part of the rectangle wider. In the end, the shape should look like in the following image. Step 2 Using the Ellipse Tool (L) , draw two long, narrow ellipses to create the tail. Place them as shown in the image below. Step 3 Now let’s create the beak. You will need to get a sharp corner with the help of the Convert Anchor Point …
What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a Minecraft text effect in Adobe Illustrator.
What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a simple documents icon in Adobe Illustrator.
What You’ll Be Creating Here’s the base illustration of a mermaid and her friend Mr Fishy that I created in Photoshop. Miss Mermaid needs some scales on her tail but I’m too lazy to paint them in by hand, so what can I do to make life easier? Make a brush of course!
What You’ll Be Creating 3D sticker effects are actually simple and easy, but really nice and useful. This quick tip will show you how to create an editable, glossy 3D sticker text effect, using smart objects and layer styles. Let’s get started! Tutorial Assets The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial: Alba