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What You'll Be Creating . Recently I came across an inspiring photograph by Felicia Simion, featuring hills with a gradient appearance. Once I fell in love with the image, I just had to create a version in vector . Felicia has been kind enough to grant me permission to use her artwork as inspiration for this tutorial . Photography by Felicia Simion …. Sharon Milne aka ChewedKandi is an Illustrator and Author specialising in vector art . She's from Northumberland in the United
Retro styled and vintage badges are very popular among designers these days. They can add a classic feeling to any web or print project, especially if they are paired with great typography. And they’re even better when they’re free! Check out this collection of 100+ free vintage badges and labels and start using them in your next projects. Have some retro and vintage badges you love? Share them in the comments below.
In this inspirational roundup, you will find ten unique brochures that will put that creative spark back in otherwise humdrum brochure designs. Some of these brochures simply have a great design, and others have another distinct feature like 3d design elements that really make them stand out. Brochures and flyers are a very important element when it comes to promoting your firm. They represent you and what you do. When designing brochures and flyers, you’ll want to be sure to include all of the relevant info, but too much text can be boring and hard to read. So keep it simple. Have some great brochures design? Share them with us in the comments! Stephane Pianacci I really like how Stephane clipped an image into the font and how he designed and placed the map on the inside of the flyer. Maurizio Pagnozzi There is a lot of action into this flyers’ design (which is very fitting for this media), but it’s very nice balanced. I especially like the logo–it’s sharp and clean and the yellow color conveys the energy behind the event. R E B E C C A _ W I L L I Looks different but great! Click on the image to see how this brochure looks unfolded. You will be surprised Jonathan Quintin March 29th is Arbor Day–a time to reflect on conserving our planet. So don’t forget to turn off the light Sarfaraz A. Hanfi Very large font used on the inside of this brochure, but perfect designed and balanced with the rest of the design elements. I always love the vibrance the logo portrays too. Raewyn Brandon , Matias Corea and Jocelyn…
We all know that giving a well designed business card to a potential client is very important because it represents you and your business as well. In this inspirational collection, you will find 10 innovative business card designs that really stand out from the crowd. But one thing to note is that when designing a business card of your own, you need to keep you the layout as simple as possible because you don’t want your client to search too much for the email or for the phone number, right?
The name of a business sets the tone of an entity as well as defines the service expectations for potential buyers. Therefore, the success of a business weighs heavily on the company name. Additionally, a logo further defines a business, but it appeals to only one of our five basic humanistic senses–our sense of vision. A logo further defines a business and allows for easier visual recognition from buyers. So for today’s inspiration, we’ve rounded up a few well done logo designs that we hope will inspire your logo designs.
In an attempt to shed some more light on what it means to be a successful artist these days, we thought we’d ask some of them! In this series, you’ll be able to read some of the delightful interviews great vector and drawing artists have honored us with. Today we had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Lizzie Mary Cullen , a very well known artist from the United Kingdom. Lizzie working on a Mural Q. First of all, I’d like to thank you for the interview. We’d like to understand how your interest for illustration started shaping up? Tell us a bit more about what made you go this route! I used to always draw when I was little. My favourite subject was the Little Mermaid. I used to put red tights on my head and pretend to be Ariel. Still do, in fact. When I got to Goldsmiths to do Design BA, I was so involved…
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To the Point: An Interview With Lizzie Mary Cullen
The brushes in Adobe Illustrator are incredible tools that allow you to create and do a multitude of things. This week we’ve focused purely on beginner content for those who wish to get a better understanding on brushes. These aren’t the only tutorials we have on Tuts+, in fact I’d like to share with you many of our others. Brushes Week We posted several tutorials, screen cast and written, to help ease you into mastering Brushes. Check out the ones you may have missed or revisit those handy beginner tutorials. How to Make, Use, and Manipulate a Calligraphic Brush in Adobe Illustrator The Calligraphic brush in Adobe Illustrator mimics the look and feel of a calligraphy pen nib. Let’s take its options for a spin to get everything you can from this brush type. How to Make, Use, and Manipulate a Bristle Brush in Adobe Illustrator The Bristle …
26 Awesome Brush Tutorials for Adobe Illustrator on Tuts+
Do you often find yourself having to straighten vectors in your artwork, perhaps when it’s been passed across to you from another designer? This can be a tedious task with the tools available in native Illustrator and can be time consuming. So to help you out Astute Graphics has developed SubScribe , a free plug-in, which aligns your artwork perfectly with a few easy clicks! SubScribe contains a set of essential tools for Adobe Illustrator to help you draw technically whilst staying creative. The tool I’m going to show you today in helping you to quickly align your artwork is the Orient Tool . SubScribe is available for Windows and Mac users of Adobe Illustrator versions CS5, CS6 and CC. To Get Your Free License Key, visit SubScribe’s product page . Here you will be able to submit your email address to …
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to do a large 3D anamorphic drawing. The theme and message I want to express is “choose peace, not violence”, so I’ve chosen a revolver as the main subject of the art work. What we want is to have some sketches large enough to pose with them and become part of the whole composition. By the end of this tutorial, you’ll understand my work flow from the first studies through to the final work. I’m also going to teach you all kinds of graphic tricks to help you work faster and draw difficult shapes such as guns and hands. 1. Work on the Concept The image used for this tutorial is part of my “Pencil Vs Camera” series, a creative concept that is evolving constantly. It started in 2010 with minimalist sketches and photos. In 2011, I started making colored sketches on black paper and in 2013–2014 I decided to do the large drawings we’re talking about now. Step 1 Be inspired and inspiring. Think of an idea or a strong message you really wish to express in the creation you’re about to do. It’s not the …
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In an attempt to shed some more light on what it means to be a successful vector artist these days, we thought we’d ask some of them! In this series, you’ll be able to read some of the delightful interviews great vector and drawing artists have honored us with. First up, we’ve had a chance to interview Alex Mathers , whose work we’ve previously featured here on Tuts+. How it All Began Q First of all, I’d like to thank you for the interview. Let’s start with the beginning of things: How did your interest for illustration start shaping up? Tell us a bit more about what made you go …
To the Point: An Interview With Alex Mathers