What You’ll Be Creating Whether you are a beginner or an expert, resizing an image in Adobe Photoshop is one of the most commonly used skills. However, with so many tools available to you, it might be quite daunting to learn for someone who is just getting started
What You’ll Be Creating Text effects—they can be subtle, they can be extreme, they can be expressive, and they can be really eye-catching. Regardless of the visual direction, text effects often take the ordinary into the realm of the visually extraordinary. Join me on this visual exploration of what makes text effects successful.
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create a gradient in Photoshop, as well as how to load and save preset gradients in Photoshop. A gradient is a gradual blend of two or more colors (or different tints of the same color). Common uses for gradients include adding light/shadow effects, adding volume to objects, and creating reflective surfaces such as metallic materials and gold.
What You’ll Be Creating In the following tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create gradients in InDesign. I’ll then show you how to save and load gradients for future projects in your InDesign templates and projects.
We’re all looking to improve our vector illustration skills, and if your focus is on learning illustration or icon design, then getting familiar with how to use Adobe Illustrator to create isometric design and isometric drawings will improve your technical illustration skills greatly. Learning how to use Illustrator to create isometric diagrams, set up isometric grids, and design isometric cubes are fundamental skills that you can build upon. We’ve assembled a collection of tutorials that will teach you the basics of creating isometric illustration in Illustrator, as well as intermediate tutorials that teach you how to create complex technical illustrations, and then a few tutorials that show you how to get creative with isometric in Illustrator (such as building isometric retro illustrations and vibrant pattern-based isometric cityscapes)
Whether you’re looking to get a tattoo for the first time or you’re a total tattoo snob, choosing the right font for your designs takes patience. So today we present you with 49 insanely epic tattoo fonts we’re sure you’ll love.