These three free zombie vector graphics are waiting to get their infected chops around your illustrative designs. Along with skulls and other disturbing graphics they are a popular choice for designers and illustrators and extremely fitting on the run up to Halloween!
Posts from September, 2008
The term speed painting has evolved to become the popular phrase often referring to the technique of recording time-lapse screencasts of the subject of digital painting in Adobe Photoshop. These ten awesome speed painting videos showcase a collection of extremely realistic superhero inspired artworks.
My favourite findings for this week include some cool tutorials from Design Blurb and PSDTUTS as well as inspirational content from Ray Frenden. After viewing all that, there's then the chance to put your newly inspired skills to the test in the Don't Panic Street Work Design Competition.
This latest collection of free vector graphics features a set of three illustrated sneakers with a rough, hand-drawn appearance that can give a stunning and cool effect when used together with your personal illustrative work. As always, download and use freely in your personal and commercial projects.
Using simple shapes can produce some great looking contemporary designs that fit well as impactful posters, a good example being the recent Trendy Geometric Lines tutorial. This time we'll look at stripping back the tools to creating an interesting and eye-catching poster with a single typographic word.
It's all me, me, me this week in terms of my web roundups! With recently making the transition to freelancing on a fulltime basis I've not quite had time to document my interesting findings on the web (in other words I forgot to save them!). However I've been a busy bee in other areas so here's a roundup of shameless self promotion!