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What You’ll Be Creating Artists are usually pictured as spontaneous, slightly crazy individuals. When they get inspired, they forget about everything and just… create.
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Advertise here with BSA Landing page design is a tough gig which focuses more on snazzy design coupled with smooth page copy. In order to sell a product or service you really need to draw people into the site. This means colorful graphics and well-placed typography can make all the difference in converting new customers. This gallery is perfect for any UI designer or frontend developer creating a new product landing page. These examples range from startups, mobile apps, online services, and even small webshops. Landing pages serve as a marketing tool and method for product branding – so the design needs to be air-tight. Feel free to use these mockups as inspiration for cherrypicking new ideas for your next web design concept. Avocode App Page Communications Set.fm Music Event Kahalu’u School Portfolio Spark Engine Jiff Landing Page Invory HomeStory Kidsgomobile Legal Documents iGiG Mirado Cloud Storage Church Page IT Match HackerRank Loop and Tie Awear Golf Restaurant Updatey MyHealth Bucky Rankwyz Interaction EffectsRex Winery Sample Template Trafficstore Vai
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What You’ll Be Creating Bellydance has a long history in Middle Eastern culture, and according to
Last week I posted a showcase of stunning chalk lettering designs , which gave me the inspiration to create some chalk typography myself. Unfortunately I neither have the talent or a chalkboard to produce authentic hand made chalk typography murals, but I’ve come up with a technique that designers can use to achieve realistic chalk lettering effects with their artwork. We’ll use the power of Illustrator to design a concept, then we’ll use some analogue tools to help capture the character of hand lettered art. In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create a typography design with a realistic chalk lettered appearance. In my opinion, digital-only chalk effects just don’t cut it, but with this…
How To Create a Realistic Chalk Lettering Effect
What You’ll Be Creating Ever wanted to feel like an architect and create a model of a city with fancy buildings? This tutorial is exactly for you! Learn how to make trendy flat style houses with basic shapes, Pathfinder operations and the Shape Builder Tool, change color saturation and brightness in a few clicks with the Recolor Artwork function, and make up your own color schemes. Let’s get started!
9-5 is fast becoming an outdated concept and has proven to be counter-productive for many creatives. Freelancers and location-independent designers are seeking for new ways to live, work and travel. The digital nomad movement has been around for some years now but just recently started to get serious traction. As a digital nomad myself I’d like to present my adventurous lifestyle whilst providing you with some tools and further information on getting started with your own adventures. Chiang Mai, Thailand What is the Digital Nomad Lifestyle? What if I told you that it would cost
I recently received an email from a reader who asked for advice on how to create ropes and knots in Illustrator, which are particularly common with nautical themed designs . A custom Illustrator brush immediately sprung to mind, so I played around and perfected a technique that can be used to make any path look like a twisted, knotted and entangled length of rope. Follow this step by step tutorial to create a knotted length of rope using brushes in Illustrator. We’ll learn how to build a custom pattern brush, then overcome some problems that prevent the rope from weaving under and over itself. We’ll then take things a step further and use the very same technique to create some cool typographic art. Let’s begin by creating the basic pattern that will form our rope. Open Adobe Illustrator and draw an ellipse on the artboard. Turn on Smart Guides (CMD+U), then ALT+Drag a duplicate of the shape and align it perfectly next to the original. Use the Smart Guide indicator to snap the corner of a rectangle to the upper left portion of the first ellipse. Enlarge the rectangle to snap to the lower right path of the second ellipse. Use the Scissors tool to snip the path of the two circles where the rectangle intersects in these two places. Select and …
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How To Create Ropes & Knots with Illustrator Brushes
What You’ll Be Creating On a global scale, ramen is internationally known as a delicious dish that is quick, easy, and very cheap to make. In today’s tutorial, you’ll learn how to illustrate a bowl of ramen, turning it from your everyday budget friendly meal into a surrealistic digital painting. I’ll be using Adobe Photoshop