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The site offers a wide variety of tutorials on graphic design ( Illustrator and more Photoshop tutorials than you could read in a lifetime), web design , and articles containing interesting news in the field, as well as inspirational articles. If you're interested in video tutorials , you will … for learning graphic design . They offer Photoshop , Illustrator and photography tutorials , as well as downloadable fonts, icon packs, UI/ vector /texture packs and themes and many other things.
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Best Resources for Learning Graphic Design | DesignFloat Blog
This post is all about inspiring you to create awesome vector illustrations. This weeks inspiration theme – TYPOGRAPHY. Check these vector “beasts” out and in the comments section leave your ideas on what kind of theme should we choose for the next vector inspiration roundup!
Pinterest is said to be gaining more popularity with Crafter or Creative minds . Just recently… Visit the site to read the rest!
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Pinterest Top Picks: Most Pinned and Popular Vector and illustrator Tutorials
As for Graphic Artists and Designers seeking inspiration , i am yet to see a MORE PINNING trend . Anyhow i have created a board with some of the Most Pinned and Popular Vector and illustrator Tutorials . I will find tutorials
Vectors of the Week is a weekly roundup of inspirational vectors or vector based illustrations (not only vectors ), awesome portfolios and nice designs that we encounter during our every day browsing. Today we have for you … Vector Watermelon web icon/ illustration , Cuberto. watermelon … premium vectors ! We do the best to provide high-quality tutorials to help you learn and premium quality vector graphics that you can use in your commercial or personal projects.
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Vector Art of the Week #02 | Vectorgraphit
That’s a time lapse of a logo design. That video is not meant to be a tutorial, it’s rather for inspiration. Made in Adobe Illustrator CS5. Check out my n…
Adobe Illustrator // simple logo 10
In recent weeks a new infinitely scalable tool has swept the internet and we here at Vectortuts+ are anxious to discuss it. The app features paint like qualities married with the infinite scalability of vector to create a whole new medium. This vector-like software is perfect for the digital artists among us who love to paint digitally but don’t want to forfeit the vast resolutions and scalability that vector programs provide. This new application is called Mischief and is brought to you by the good folks at 61 Solutions, Inc. Their goal? To provide a lightweight, highly responsive, infinite canvas to the masses. We had a chance to sit down with their CEO and discuss this new application and their future plans. Art by Carly Sanker, inspired by Alice X. Zhang’s “Daughter of Trident”, www.alicexz.com Q First off, would you mind introducing yourself? I’m Sarah Frisken, Founder and CEO of 61 Solutions, makers of Mischief. Q Are there any other projects besides Mischief that you’d like to mention? That’s been our main focus for the past 4-5 years. But we’ve been working on the technology behind Mischief for almost 15 years. Most recently, we used it in a font rendering system called the Saffron Type System – it is the system that was adopted by Adobe Flash and then licensed by Macromedia. Macromedia licensed it to several OEM vendors and it is now the type system in the Amazon Kindle as well as several other systems…
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A Mischievous Interview With the Creators of Mischief
Vectortuts+ is all about helping people turbo charge their skills, and today we have another special community post that will help our readers take their images to the next level. The best thing is, you can be part of it too! Find out more at the jump. How to Participate: This workshop contributor has offered a piece of work that they would like help with, please keep this in mind when you share your thoughts. The images are not perfect, but they can be with the right advice and some friendly encouragement. (Vectortuts+ reserves the right to delete any rude comments) If you’re better with pictures (let’s face it, most of us are) feel free to take a screenshot of the image using Little Snapper, Skitch or a similar program and paste a link to the annotated image in the comments section with an explanation of the tweaks. If you want to take part in the next Vectortuts+ Workshop: Add your work to our facebook photo gallery or submit it via the Tuts+ Workshop form , with a description about the piece and the help/advice you’re looking for. We will chose one to be published on our site as part of the next Vectortuts+ Workshop, if you’re not chosen straight away – don’t worry – your work will be chosen for a future session. Designer: Jonathan Alexander Saiz Lopez Details: ” This piece was made as a cover for a…
In creating the artwork for the mixtape, my inspiration came from those classic “Greetings from…” vacation postcards with the large, 3D type naming off the holiday spot. … Go to Object > Expand Appearance to convert your 3D text into vector points and lines. With all of the 3D text selected, ungroup it by going to Object > Ungroup, then … Here's the final album art I created using my 3D type. Enjoy, and if you haven't already heard Songs to Design By, Vol. 8, check it out