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Photoshop has been a part of web design for years, and it’s very likely to continue as such
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.
What You’ll Be Creating Adobe Photoshop’s Layer Styles are one of the quickest, yet most effective ways of achieving many different effects. This tutorial will show you how to combine the power of Layer Styles along with a couple of textures, brushes, and selection options to create a realistic-looking sand writing text effect. Tutorial Assets The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial. GelPen
What You’ll Be Creating Welcome to another Photoshop print design tutorial. In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to create a nice clean looking design for a present voucher. Follow along to learn some new techniques and basic knowledge when designing artworks for print. Tutorial Assets
What You’ll Be Creating In the following tutorial, I’m going to show you how to use a sketch from a previous tutorial to create a cute little badger family in Adobe Illustrator. 1.
No matter how advanced or novice of an Inkscape user you may be, the basics are absolutely essential. Let’s go over some of the best Inkscape tutorials and courses to get caught up on everything you need to know. Basic Tools and Methods There’s plenty of tools and methods to become overwhelming, so these are the tutorials you’ll want to take a look at for learning the foundation of Inkscape. Fun Tricks With Inkscape’s Polygon Tool The Polygon tool in Inkscape has a slight learning curve, but can be an excellent way to speed up the creation of complex shapes. In this quick tip, we’ll go over some neat tricks to make the Polygon tool more useful with your designs. How to Create Gradient Fills and on Stroke in Inkscape The first time you open Inkscape, it may take a while to finally discover gradients. When you do, they can be rather overwhelming and confusing at first. Check out this quick tip to learn some tricks with Inkscape’s gradients, Gradient Editor, and Gradient Tool. While I’m using linear gradients in this tutorial, the same principals apply to radial gradients. Group/Ungroup vs. Combine/Break Apart in Inkscape The fact that Group/Ungroup and Combine/Break Apart are two sets of complete synonyms, you might not think that Inkscape would have these as separate functions. While these are pretty …
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Back to School: 28 Easy Inkscape Tutorials
What You’ll Be Creating Pigs are a big family of characteristic animals with short legs and special snouts. Domestic pigs, also called hogs, are a popular theme of many childish drawings, yet few adults can draw them properly. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to draw a domestic pig, a wild boar and a warthog. You’ll learn about their basic anatomy and all the details of theirs. Even if you’re not interested in pigs in particular, you can use these lessons to create some new kind of beast. Draw the Domestic Pig Skeleton The most important thing about pigs’ skeletal structure is that they’re longer than they are tall. The head can’t be raised higher than the shoulders, so the body has a characteristic, simple line. Skeleton of the domestic pig Muscles Since pigs are quite fat, an accurate drawing of muscles isn’t something we’ll need. However, if you’re feeling like drawing a muscular pig, here’s a diagram for you: Muscles of the domestic pig Body Features The snout is long, with a flat tip; The ears are big, wide, with a tendency to drop to the front. They can easily cover the eyes, so it’s a good method to avoid drawing them when you’re feeling lazy…
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How to Draw Animals: Domestic Pigs, Wild Boars, and Warthogs
What You’ll Be Creating It’s time to update the look of your desktop icon set starting with the icons for your music player or MP3s. With this sticker-style icon tutorial, you’ll learn how to combine gradient shapes, effects in the Appearance panel, and offset shapes in order to quickly render circles into the start of a great icon set in Adobe Illustrator CC 2014. 1.
What You’ll Be Creating Like traveling, and designing classic cartoon-style artwork in InDesign? Then you’ll love this tutorial. In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a fun summer road trip