Posts tagged inspiration
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial I’ll show you the process of drawing a vintage camera and a cherry blossom twig, using sepia color ink liners, white ink pen and toned beige paper.
Look around your desk for inspiration and let’s create a trendy, flat desk mockup vector design comprised mostly of rectangles with manipulated Live Corners in under 20 minutes!
One of the most rewarding feelings of writing for Tuts+ is the feeling of educating others. More specifically, it’s the feeling of teaching others how to learn a new skill such that they can apply it in their current field of work or, in some cases, venture into a new career (perhaps one that they’ve always wanted). But writing can be a challenge. Trying to determine what to write is one thing, but trying to figure out the best way to actually present that content is an entirely new challenge. For the last few years, I’ve been writing for Tuts+, producing courses, and even editing articles. To that end, I thought it might be a good idea to share what I’ve found makes for compelling content as a Tuts+ instructor. If you’re someone who’s been writing for a long time but seem to be suffering from writer’s block, or if you’re someone who’s interested in writing for us but aren’t sure where to start, then this article is geared specifically towards you. By the end of this article, you should have some idea as to how you can move forward with new content, and perhaps even have a few different strategies for actually producing said content. So with that said, let’s take a look at some things that we can do in order to brainstorm ideas…
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How to Write High Quality Content for Tuts+
Company branding affects every area of design including print and digital work. Hand-drawn illustration is a magnificent tool for building recognizable branding within a particular business. Although it is more of a complicated skillset, your design work will improve dramatically if you just keep practicing. This gallery includes 30 outstanding illustrated branding concepts you can study and utilize for your own work. Each of these examples demonstrate finished pieces and how your designs should look as a result. Check out a few designs and see if any illustrated styles can spark your creative engines. Presto Magic Club Pirate’s Treasure Alabama Honey Laundry Service abc HW Comics Mountain Home Acid Cloud Machin Machine Blue Marble Brands Sips & Cigars Shiny Objects Limited Deal Snitch Halloween Imperial Insignia Dine & Drawn Goodbits Sticker Club Sandwich Devil’s Dive Fitness Trainer Coca-Cola Truck It Waves of Grace CreepyTees Les Dragons Nains Brothers and Robbers Eko Cvetko Art Smart Beaver’s Tail The Costume Effect Airkitty The post 30 Illustrated Logos &
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30 Illustrated Logos & Branding Designs
Love the infinitely scalable? Well, you too can achieve remarkable designs by creating your own versatile brushes in Adobe Illustrator.
The most diverse and scrupulous websites tend to be creative designs. Musical sites are one genre where content primarily focuses on media & a performer or group of performers. It’s also tough to find great band websites because most either follow a template or are just plain bad. As such I’ve collected a series of awesome band websites to provide inspiration for web designers. A few of these bands are world famous while others cater to an underground following. Either way the layouts and design aesthetics are incredible and worthy of study in regards to building your own custom band website. Tycho OFF! You Blew It Mutoid Man Goo Goo Dolls Issues Smith Street Band Iron Chic Joyce Manor Metropol PEARS Trash Talk I Am The Avalanche Andrew Jackson Jihad Ceremony Banner Pilot Against Me! Comeback Kid The Brokedowns Sea Cycles Great Apes Candy Hearts Smoove and Turrell Tweens Cheap Girls Moonlit Sailor Samiam Tiny Engines
28 Modern Band Web Designs that Rock!
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial we’ll create a set of flat icons for Apple Watch that can be found on the original Apple Watch Home Screen menu by default. We’ll be using basic shapes and Warp Effects as well as some more complicated methods of making a trendy user interface design. Let’s get started! 1. Apple Watch
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.