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Getting ready for Halloween? Check out these scare filled, spooky, Halloween vectors. Halloween is coming up in the next couple of weeks, so don’t spend time searching for Halloween vectors, use these Halloween vector backgrounds, witches, jack-o-lanterns, and ghosts to creepify your work. Grunge Halloween Vector Background This Grunge Halloween Background is the perfect base for creating Halloween cards or posters. Trick or treat! 20 Halloween Vectors This is a classic, everything-you-need pack of 20 Halloween files. Need spiders? Jack-o-lanters? Skulls and tombstones? Done. Check out this Halloween silhouette pack. Halloween Vector Background This orange glowing Halloween vector is the perfect choice for all your Halloween needs. This Halloween background has it all – spider webs, jack-o-lanters, bats, dead trees, and more. Halloween Vector Witch This dark Halloween vector witch is ready to fly into your work and scare all your friends and clients. This Halloween witch has the classic witch’s hat, broom, and crooked nose. Halloween Vector Poster Template The perfect Halloween poster template for everyone – haunted houses, dead trees, tombstones – what more could you want? Enter your own text on this Halloween vector poster to customize for your parties and work. Spooky Eye Halloween Vector Looking for a spooky Halloween background? This Happy Halloween background is filled with glowing eyes coming out of a graveyard. Halloween Vector Illustration Pack A mix of Halloween vectors, spiders, bats, skulls, and more. These monsters, candy, and bats would go great with any Halloween design. Halloween Vector Pumpkin Background Pumpkins are the classic Halloween design, so use this Halloween vector pumpkin background for your next seasonal work. Add your own text or images to this poster and you’ll be ready for All Hallow’…
What You’ll Be Creating Anna Dittmann’s paintings are a sight to behold: ethereal portraits inspired by nature that look like they’re watercolor or ink, but are in fact digital masterpieces. Anna’s no stranger to Tuts+, having created
When you look at beautiful digital art and compare it with the things you draw with a pencil, you can feel astonished and belittled. If only you could afford a graphics tablet, you could be just as good! And if you already have a tablet, your thought is, “If only I could afford Photoshop! So many amazing things can be done with this software.” And if you’ve got both a decent tablet and good software, you’re dreaming about the godlike Wacom Cintiq —the bigger, the better. But, until then, you’re stuck. You can’t be any better. And it’s not your fault, it’s all about money! This is probably why there’s a misconception that digital art isn’t real art. After all, a real…
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Is Digital Art "Real" Art? Facts and Myths About Digital Creating
What You’ll Be Creating This month I had the pleasure of interviewing Sabrina Smelko, whose work varies from illustration to graphic design to art direction to blog writing. She’s worked with Mozilla, AARP, and a host of other companies. It seems her client list never ends, and as such her insight into the working life of an in-demand designer is enlightening to say the least. Thanks so much for the interview. Let’s start at the beginning: What got you into illustration? It’s my pleasure! Thanks for having me.
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What You’ll Be Creating Style guide driven development offers a hugely flexible approach to modern web design. In this tutorial I’ll walk you through designing a UI (user interface) kit, whilst also explaining the decision-making that will keep our UI kit consistent and reusable. Tutorial Assets In order to follow along you will need the following (freely available) assets: Open Sans font from Font Squirrel or Google Fonts Stock photo from
What You’ll Be Creating For this installment of our To the Point series, I got to fire questions at Dave Perillo, aka Montygog, whose often pop-culture-themed vector pieces are inspiring and harken back to an era of design long missed. Pull up a chair and take a spin around Dave’s body of work while he answers questions on inspiration, process, and working with art galleries. Hey Dave, thanks so much for the interview.
Everyone loves a taste of the behind the scenes magic of creating incredible art. And in this quick Tuts+ project, we want the vector community to give us a little peek into your process by showing your own vector wire frames. What is a Vector Wire Frame? When working in Adobe Illustrator, you can always choose to view your art in the outline mode . These outlines allow us to see a more simplified version of the extensive work that goes into creating your vector masterpiece. How to Enter this Community Project: Upload both the original vector artwork plus the wire frame version to the comments section. Upload each work separately and Save for Web with a fixed width of 600 pixels. Include your name, website, or a short bio to help us learn more about you or your vector process! Guidelines Upload both the original work and wire frame versions to the comments section in order to be included in the community showcase…
Traditionally the double exposure effect is produced by photographers using nothing but their camera to combine two separate photographs to create an abstract and surreal image. However, we can also mimic the effect in Photoshop, which actually gives us more control over the final output with the ability to adjust and preview the effect as we go. Follow this step by step tutorial to create a double exposure effect yourself, we’ll blend two existing photographs together with the help of some simple clipping and masking techniques. The double exposure effect isn’t just popular with photographers, it’s a technique that artists and designers can use to create cool abstract artwork. You can see this effect used in the real world on album covers and even during opening titles of popular TV series. Today we’re going to focus on mimicking the traditional effect in Photoshop. It’s a relatively simple process but the final result mostly depends on a good match of two complementing photographs. For some inspiration, browse some great examples of double exposure images on Pinterest . A popular combination of …
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How To Create a Double Exposure Effect in Photoshop
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial we will create a crazy poster, illustrating a famous quote by Oscar Wilde – “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken”. We’ll apply various Warp Effects to create the elements easily. Learn to make a gentle grain effect to give our poster a vintage look and do some freehand lettering. Let’s get started! 1. Create a Fancy Top Hat Step 1 First of all, create a New Document of 600x800px size. Form the palette that we’ll be using in our image to make the composition vivid, yet preserving the consistent look of a retro-style poster.