This month we celebrated all things wickedly spooky here at Tuts+. And of course, Halloween wouldn’t be complete without a fun community project to inspire fear in us all
What You’ll Be Creating Sometimes you want to paint something, but your idea is too elusive to plan the picture properly.
Happy Halloween! What better way to celebrate than by firing up Adobe Illustrator and creating some haunting images?
What You’ll Be Creating Those who follow my tutorials will know there are three common themes: portraits, cats, and silhouettes. In this tutorial, I’ll be creating a simple, Pen Tool-free sunset cat scene, using Blends and Image Trace
What You’ll Be Creating Tutorial Assets The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial: Plain white paper Oil-based paint A brush or a simple stick 1. Preparing the Canvas First, prepare a clean sheet of paper
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Create Your Own Blood Spatter Adobe Photoshop Brush
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial you’ll learn how to use gradients, effects like drop shadows and outer glows, and custom brushes in order to render a Halloween-inspired scene that looks as if it’s made of dimensional, illuminated paper cut-outs. While nothing beats carefully cutting and layering shapes in various types of paper, this tutorial will let you try out the style and design ideas without investing in the tools and techniques needed for paper cutting.
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Create an Illuminated Digital Paper Cut-Out Scene in Adobe Illustrator
What You’ll Be Creating This tutorial will show you how to layer a couple of grunge and watercolor brushes, then use them with some textures to create a wall with a real vintage look. After that, we’ll combine the text and some dripping brushes to add the writing on that wall
Logos is one important thing that every business establishment must not take for granted. These logos bring the company’s identity and its reputation. One look of the logos and the people recognizes the company or any business it represents
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a very easy bat icon using just one shape—an ellipse.
It’s time again for the holiday of scare and treat. It is the time where we go to trick or treat and Halloween parties with our friends. In this occasion, the scarier or creepier you look, the better.
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20+ Examples Of Scary Halloween Makeup Ideas You Should See