In this tutorial, I’ll show you an easy and quick way to sketch with graphite pencils. We’ll also learn to apply different types of hatching to achieve impressive results.
Follow this tutorial and let’s create a back to school seamless pattern with cute animals and school items! We’ll be modifying various simple shapes, using the Shape Builder Tool, Warp Effects, and other useful functions of Adobe Illustrator. Then we’ll gather our elements into a playful seamless pattern that can be applied to any shape and used for print on fabric or as a background for your website or blog.
In today’s tutorial, we’re going to explore the process of creating a nice little summer illustration, using some of the most geometric shapes and tools that Illustrator has to offer.
This tutorial will show you how to use a bunch of fonts, shapes, textures, and a brush tip, to create a newspaper-cut ransom note text effect in Adobe Photoshop. Let’s get started!
The marble/rose gold combination is one of the popular minimalist trends, and it is almost everywhere from home decor to stationery, cookware, etc. This tutorial will show you how to use Photoshop’s shapes, along with 3D tools and material and light settings, to create a marble and rose gold text effect. Let’s get started!
Backgrounds are the unspoken heroes of graphic design—adding texture, interest and detail to layouts, they’ll be the hardest-working images in your collection.
This tutorial will show you how to use a couple of colorful texture images, with a Photoshop action and some smoke and texture overlays, to create an easy, colorful explosion text effect. Let’s get started!
Hair is very difficult to draw, because what we see is different than what we know. You can’t simply draw all the hairs in the form of lines, because that’s not what we see when we look at hair. What we see must be simplified to lines and shades, and there are many ways to do it.
This tutorial will show you how to use layer styles, textures, brushes, with a bunch of tools and adjustments to create a text effect inspired by the Aquaman movie poster. Let’s get started!
This tutorial was originally published in July 2012 as a Tuts+ Premium tutorial. It is now available free to view. Although this tutorial does not use the latest version of Adobe Photoshop, its techniques and process are still relevant.
The bold, colorful, and busy sitcomtitle art of the 80s and 90s definitely encapsulates the design trend of an era.It is a weird mixture of nostalgia, cringe, and a lot of fun at the same time. Add the old TV screen feel, and those titles are on another level of fascinating for sure!