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What You’ll Be Creating One of the best traits of isometric pixel art is its expandability; if you have already made basic, recyclable elements, you can reproduce them and put them all together in ever-expanding scenes. That’s what we’ll be doing in this tutorial. We’ll gather our assets and put them together to make a neighborhood block. You’ll have a small environment, but with enough time and effort you should be able to eventually make a whole neighbourhood or city! I’ve written three tutorials that precede this one. You’ll need the tips and lessons from them as well as the assets created in them, so I advise going through them, preferably in this order: Isometric Pixel Art Character Isometric Pixel Art House Isometric Pixel Art Vehicle If you’re caught up, then congrats! you’re ready to start! 1.
What You’ll Be Creating Walk into any bookshop and you’ll notice that each genre of fiction has its own general ‘style’ for cover designs. Though each cover is different, elements on the cover create a sort of code that enables the reader to assess what the book will be
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial you’ll get a full introduction to creating and manipulating Perfect Shapes, the pre-made shape tools that are perfect for creating various infographics and other designs in CorelDRAW. Additionally, I’ll introduce you to the Drop Shadow Tool, which not only adds drop shadows to objects, but also allows you complete control over the shadow’s shape, range, and intensity. 1.
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial you’ll learn how to incorporate various gradient types and styles into an icon design in CorelDRAW. Additionally, you’ll become comfortable with the Interactive Gradient Tool, which allows users to manually set the angle, distribution, and placement of a gradient within an object. Finally, we’ll use Transparency and Merge
What You’ll Be Creating An animation of a flying creature is very complicated to create—flapping wings change in perspective, all those feathers change their length and position, and there’s a certain rhythm that must be followed.
Need some customizable holiday sale tags? Why not make your own? With rectangles, circles, and triangles, you’ll have a set of holiday sales tags in 15 minutes!
What You’ll Be Creating The basic fractal flower needs only two total transforms. With practice you will be able to create a wide variety of unique and fun fractal flowers using this technique. I’m using specific numbers for the weights and variations so that you are able to reproduce the results exactly and gain a working knowledge of how these flowers are created. You should feel free to experiment with the values after you have worked through the tutorial. 1. Set the Stage Step 1 Begin by opening the Editor window in Apophysis and choosing the New flame option to reset to a blank screen. Step 2 Remove linear from the transform on the Variations tab by changing it to 0 . Set the spherical variation to 1 . 2. Setting Up the Two Base Transforms Step 1 Move this first transform up 0.5 units and to the right 0.2 units. The easiest way to accomplish this is to switch to the Triangle tab and set the units to 0.1 . Then use the up arrow five times and the right arrow
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial I’ll guide you through the process of designing an elegant landing page for a fictional “gratitude log” service. We’ll start off totally from scratch, drafting the layout with Adobe Photoshop in no time. We’ll be using some basic and intermediate techniques to create this design with conversion in mind. Let’s get it started! Tutorial Assets In order to follow along you will need some (freely available) assets: Chillin’ in the sun photo from Skitterphoto PT Serif font from Font Squirrel Playfair Dislay font from Font Squirrel Source Sans Pro font from Font Squirrel User avatars from User Inter Faces Get the Document Ready Step 1 Begin by creating a new Photoshop document (…
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Design an Elegant “Gratitude Log” Landing Page With Photoshop
You must crawl before you can walk. Artists can relate to this idea like no other. And from time to time, we all need to be reminded just how far we’ve come. What Was the First Thing You Ever Created? For our final Community Project of 2014 we want you to share your creative journey with us! Let’s take a stroll down memory lane. Remember all those bumps and blunders along the way? Yeah, we want to see those too!
Ever wondered what it’s like to work remotely as a Tuts+ Editor? The latest Envato Stories is all about the life of Sharon Milne, Design & Illustration Editor for Tuts+. She lives in Newcastle upon Tyne in the United Kingdom and has been obsessed with vector for over 14 years.