Following on from the first set of free Spray Paint Photoshop Brushes, set two includes another collection of large 2500px spray paint photoshop brushes. Ths set consists of six more brushes comprising of splatters, drips and fine sprays.
Posts from February, 2008
Round one of the U-Printing International Poster Design Competition is due to start on the 1st March 2008. This is your chance to win an Apple iPhone, printing credits from UPrinting and photo credits from iStockPhoto, not to mention the chance to have your artwork reproduced as a full page ad in one of the top design magazines.
One of the subscribers here at Blog.SpoonGraphics recently emailed me asking if I could create a tutorial on how I produced the wavy ribbon shape as seen in one of my personal works; Retro Kicks. I was happy to oblige so here we have a simple walkthrough on how to create a colourful abstract ribbon shape in Illustrator, which can then be used as an element in your designs.
This is the first of a two part set of large 2500px spray paint photoshop brushes, extremely useful for creating the distressed/grungy look as detailed in the How to Create Striking Artwork tutorial. The set includes five brushes consisting of splatters, drips and fine sprays.
One of the most popular articles here on Blog.SpoonGraphics is how to create a vector cartoon character from a hand drawn sketch, an Adobe Illustrator tutorial covering the process of creating Captain Blackspoon.
Using similar techniques, follow this tutorial to create your own vector character; Freddy the Fish.
Last year I wrote about a nifty little feature in Photoshop called Automate Batch, which can dramatically reduce your working times when adjusting large numbers of images or photos.
Another of those useful options built right into Photoshop is the Contact Sheet generator. As with the Automate Batch, this is old news for those who already know about the feature but could make your day as a Photographer if you don’t!