What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial, I will share a few tips which I use in my drawings quite frequently. We’ll get to sketch an object first and later add more details by using a brush to finalize the image. I’ll be using a pen tablet in today’s tutorial (if you’re curious, I’ll be using my small Wacom Bamboo tablet, which I’ve had for several years)
What You’ll Be Creating When I was a kid, I used to love to pretend that I had super powers.
Photoshop For Kids: Up, Up, and Away!
What You’ll Be Creating Drawing, at its most basic level, is intuitive to us. Even young children know how to transfer the image in their head into a set of pencil strokes, even though they may not resemble anything to others.
The Liquify Tool is one of the many magical tools of Photoshop. It allows you to warp and shape your photos or art with incredible ease, and is popular with photographers and designers. So it’s no wonder why problems with Liquify would lead to much frustration and even work delay
What You’ll Be Creating Patterns are fun and full of endless possibilities, and we can see them everywhere, from cell-phone cases to textiles. In Master Patterns in Adobe Illustrator , graphic designer Simona Pfreundner will show you how to create your own geometric pattern from scratch and how to save your own pattern libraries.
New Course: Master Patterns in Adobe Illustrator
What You’ll Be Creating Hi kids! Today, I prepared a fun little character in vector—Cactus. This will be an easy tutorial, especially for those who already know Adobe Illustrator and vector. Let me tell you, you’re a very cool kid, if you know this already.
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Illustrator for Kids: How to Create a Cute Cactus Character
What You’ll Be Creating Photoshop Smart Filters are one of the greatest things about Smart Objects. When you apply a filter effect to a Smart Object layer, you automatically create a Smart Filter
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Create a Camera Phone Mock-Up Using Smart Objects and Smart Filters in Photoshop
What You’ll Be Creating Inking comics can be fun, frustrating, or a mix of each.
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial you’ll use a mobile shopping cart design to practice using two very important features in Sketch. We’ll be paying close attention to: “Symbols” and “Shared styles”
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Faster UI Design with “Symbols” and “Shared Styles” in Sketch
What You’ll Be Creating In this article, I will introduce you to the basics of oil paints; where to start and what to buy, allowing you to experiment and develop your own style. Why Oil Paints? There are so many reasons for using oil paints..
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Introduction to Traditional Media: Oil Paints