Community Project: Your First Creations—Part One

Last month we asked you to take us on your own personal art journey. Today we bring you part one of the results for our Tuts+ Past and Present Community Project. Community Project: Your First Creations What was your first digital art creation?

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Community Project: Your First Creations—Part One

Use a Tracing Paper Trick to Create Seamless Wallpaper

What You’ll Be Creating Wallpaper makes a great backdrop for portraits, but the thought of drawing it can be incredibly daunting. In this lesson, I’m going to show you how a single piece of tracing paper can help you create elaborate wallpaper designs with ease.

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Use a Tracing Paper Trick to Create Seamless Wallpaper

2014: A Year in Tuts+ Content

As the year draws to a close, it’s the perfect time to step back, take stock of what’s happened in the past twelve months, and plan ahead (at least, that’s what most people think ). And there’s one thing we do at Tuts+ in great quantity that gives us plenty to reflect upon: publishing content

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2014: A Year in Tuts+ Content

How to Create a Photo Caricature in Adobe Photoshop

What You’ll Be Creating Caricatures are a fun alternative to traditional portraits. The idea is to comically exaggerate particular features to create a humorous representation of that person. Adobe Photoshop’s transform, warp, and liquify features are perfect for creating caricatures from a photographic portrait.

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How to Create a Photo Caricature in Adobe Photoshop

How to Create a Winter Candle Lantern in Adobe Illustrator

What You’ll Be Creating We can’t but agree that winter is one of the most beautiful seasons, when nature is sleeping peacefully, covered with pure white snow. Let’s make it less chilly and more enchanting by creating a warm and cozy illustration of a wooden candle lantern. We’ll be using basic shapes, warp effects, and some simple freehand drawing.

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How to Create a Winter Candle Lantern in Adobe Illustrator