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Double exposure photography is the name of the original process where two photographs are exposed onto the same piece of film, resulting in interesting and surreal pictures. While this style is rooted in analog photography, it’s also popular with digital photographers and artists/designers who can replicate the effect in Photoshop, as I recently described in my video tutorial . Both the analog and digital techniques generate beautiful images, as you can see from today’s inspiration showcase of 45 examples of double exposure photography. Dan Mountford Andreas Lie Oliver Morris Aneta Ivanova Hiki Komori Sara K Byrne Jess Maay Antonio Mora Brandon Kidwell Make your own! Inspired to make your own beautiful double exposure image? Follow my recent video tutorial (or my written tutorial ) to learn
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Inspiration Showcase of Double Exposure Photography
With each new year, social media changes the way that we interact with one another, making us even more connected to the people and interests we love most.
What You’ll Be Creating The inspiration behind a comic can come from many sources. It can be anything from a story idea to a certain setting, or perhaps a character. This tutorial won’t go into how to write a comic script or well-rounded characters, but it will guide you through the process of visualizing your character ideas through research, experiment and refining.
Dive on into a fantastically cute world with illustrator and designer Michelle Romo. Her brand, Crowded Teeth, has been featured on a variety of products for kids and adults alike from companies such as The Land of Nod and Japan LA, as well as in gallery shows and both group and solo exhibitions over the years. Get inspired with Michelle’s work and experiences below! Hey Michelle! Thanks so much for the interview. Let’s start at the top: how did you get into art? I’ve been into making art since I was a little baby! It has always been a big part of my life. My mom is a painter, and my dad is a builder, so someone around me was always making something. I remember when I was 10 l would set up drawings and hand sewn items on the kitchen table and sell them to my parents when they got home from work. I got into drawing using a computer when I was 16. My mom was a graphic designer and brought home a fancy computer so that she could work from home. I started playing around in Photoshop and Illustrator and eventually got better at it. Michelle Romo
What You’ll Be Creating Today we bring you a new community project inspired by the fun “Wreck It” journal challenges you may have seen on the web.
This month’s interview is with the extraordinarily talented illustrator Chad Sell. Delight in his depictions of RuPaul’s Drag Race contestants, web comics like Manta‑Man and his autobiographical Vreeland, and assorted projects like Dragopolis. Get the lowdown on Chad’s inspirations, process, experiences, and
In our latest Design & Illustration course , you will learn how to create and render animal characters by drawing inspiration from their real-life counterparts as well as from your own imagination.
What You’ll Be Creating We’re nearing the end of this lettering series! In this tutorial, I’m going to provide you with some more technical methods to create various forms of additional styling for your lettering. Now, you obviously know there are endless ways to stylize your lettering. I still have yet to attempt everything, but for this tutorial, we will be focusing on nine of the
It’s a common occurrence when you’re reading a tutorial that probably matches or is easier than your skill set and you think, “That’s not how I’d do it.” I know this has happened to me several times. I go with the tutorial, though, because I know that in vector, there is more than one way to do things, and perhaps someone else’s workflow may expose me to other techniques I hadn’t considered. There’s a phrase in the UK that goes: ” There’s more than one way to skin a cat .” OK, it sounds foul, but it basically means there is more than one way to do something and achieve the same result. This is the basis of …
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There’s More Than One Way to Skin a Cat in Vector