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For the past few months we (and when I say “we” I mean the amazing Tuts+ community) have been translating tutorials across the Tuts+ network. So far we have well over 300 translations in nearly 30 languages! Here are some of the most popular examples from Tuts+ Design & Illustration. Arabic (العربية/عربي) أساسيات الرسوم المتحركة: كيف ترسم وجهّا كارتونياً بطريقة صحيحة Chinese (Simplified) (中文（简体)) Adobe Illustrator教程：使用基本图形绘制简单卡哇伊的雪宝 Dutch (Nederlands) Maak Je Eigen Kleurenpaletten Met De Adobe Kuler App Voor iPhone Teken Een Schattige Yeti in Adobe Illustrator French (Français) Spécial Rentrée : 30 Tutoriels Simples Pour Adobe InDesign Créer un Portrait Vectoriel, Inspiré du Film “La Reine des Neiges” dans Adobe Illustrator – Niveau Avancé Georgian (ქართული) მულტიპლიკაციის საფუძვლები: როგორ დავხატოთ მულტიპლიკაციური სახე სწორად German (Deutsch) Erstellen von Vektorgrafiken im Spirograph-Design Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia) Membuat Gadis Bermain Seluncur Menggunakan Bentuk-Bentuk Dasar Dalam Adobe Illustrator Bagaimana Membuat Pola Tanpa Tepi Tema Kelautan Klasik dalam Adobe Illustrator Portuguese (Português)…
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What You’ll Be Creating Dragons are scary, zombies are scary, and what’s more frightening than an angry zombie dragon? But it’s just one of all these fascinating creatures you can see in your mind! In this tutorial I’ll show you the process for creating a monster from scratch, from the idea, sketch and anatomy to the final clean lines. You’ll learn how to bring one of your great concepts to life, making it readable for others and ready to be re-created in any other form. By the way, you’ll also learn how to create a believable anatomy on the fly. You don’t need any software—a pencil and a few sheets of paper will be enough. 1. Define the Pose Step 1 Having a nice design in your mind isn’t everything—your creature needs a base, a kind of skeleton to support it. The problem is it’s not easy to create a skeleton for something that doesn’t exist yet. There’s a rule that can help us here. Pose makes a big part of the image—it’s far more important than details. It’s the first thing a viewer notices, so if it’s not interesting enough, your whole illustration will suffer. Here’s the advice: create an
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.
Summer is quite nearly over, and as such students of all ages are filling up classrooms once more. Take that inspiration and create your very own back to school banner vectors, ready for notebooks, newsletters, and more.
What You’ll Be Creating For centuries, artists have sketched the human body with charcoal. While it can seem intimidating, it’s actually quite a forgiving, and fun, medium to work with. In this tutorial, you’ll learn the basics of using charcoal and create a beautiful sketch. While the end result will depend on your drawing skills, you’ll learn how to properly use charcoal to push value and block out the human form. What You’ll Need Drawing Paper or Newsprint Drawing board (optional) Masking tape Charcoal stick Kneaded eraser Chamois The photograph you’ll use as a reference 1. Practice Step 1 Before we start on our big sheet of paper, let’s practice on a piece of scrap. There are two ways to hold your charcoal stick. The first is like a pencil. Step 2 Make a series of lines to see how sharp and dark a line the end of the charcoal stick can make. Step 3 The second way to hold your charcoal stick is on its side. Step 4 Practice making lines with the side of …
How to Sketch the Human Body with Charcoal
It has been a while since I last shared any news about deals I’d recommend, but the latest offer from Design Cuts has just landed in my inbox and it’s definitely worth checking out! In the past the deals I’ve featured have been focused on certain types of resources, but this is one big variety pack of everything! The included design resources aren’t just random items either, they’re all best selling products from the biggest artists on creative resource marketplaces. As always the price is squashed so much it becomes amazing value, this pack contains $876 worth of vectors, textures, brushes, actions and stock photos for $29. These are some of…
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What You’ll Be Creating You’d think that long hair was the hardest hair to render… well that and curly hair, however I have news for you. From my experience from vectoring hundreds of vector portraits, short hair has always been more time consuming and required more precision.
“I know the anatomy isn’t correct here, but it’s my style”, “This drawing lacks style”, “I love your style!” We use the word style
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What You’ll Be Creating Ever wanted to turn an app interface PSD into a fully animated demo for your clients or site? Turns out, you can use Photoshop for that, too. In this tutorial, we will design a simple news iPhone app, and then animate it for client presentation and export it as a GIF file. You’ll learn everything you need to go from idea to animated demo, all inside any recent version of Photoshop. Tutorial Assets We’ve used Photoshop CC in this tutorial, but CS5 or 6 would work as well to follow along. You will also need the following stock photo to complete this tutorial. Please download them before you begin, or substitute with a similar picture and adjust the steps accordingly: Mobile Phone