Easter is quickly approaching and I’m so ready to be with my family and celebrate this significant holiday. Today I’m sharing this one of a kind desktop & mobile download with you. It is hand-drawn by my friend Kyle Naylor.
Christmas is one of the most joyful times of the year, however it can be one of the most stressful and busy time for many people. If you are designer, this probably means creating lots of Christmas related print designs, greeting cards and sale posters. In order to meet the deadlines, you may boost your work by downloading some ready Christmas images and vector graphics.
I thought I would try my hand at carving the popular cannibalistic pumpkin that I’ve seen so many times before. Just as I was starting out, I realized that this was a good opportunity to document it with my camera. So below is a little tutorial I put together for anyone who might want to try this out. It’s not too difficult if you are just patient and take it slow.
In this Illustrator tutorial we will take a closer look at the process of creation of the seamless patterns and the techniques which make this work easier. These techniques are universal, i.e. they are good for any version of Adobe Illustrator.
Whether you’re a traditional, CG, or stop-motion animator, to create realistic motion, it’s helpful to know some physics. Here’s a site dedicated to presenting physics that’s useful to and in the language spoken by animation artists.
Physics of Timing and Spacing.
Photoshop CS6 boasts many impressive and exciting features, like the introduction of vector layers, Content Aware Patch/Move tool, Adaptive Wide Angle filter, Crop tool, and so on. Adobe has not tried to replace Illustrator, but if you need creative, simple shapes for use in design projects, then Vector Layers of Photoshop CS6 can do a superb job without making you switch to other applications.
As an Apple user, you will find plenty of Apps on visiting Apple App Store. Since, many Apps are paid ones, users’ buy and install apps that are visually attractive and appealing. Obviously, it is not a wise thing to do because we have always heard that looks can be deceiving but since there are no demo versions available, as an Apple user a person can only judge an application through the available screenshots.