Photoshop brushes are an important tool for creating textures and roughing up a design. This set of rough and grungy Photoshop brushes take on a drybrush effect, with plenty of detailed whispy lines and long strokes. Download them for free and use them in your personal and commercial designs!
Posts from November, 2009
In this week’s roundup of creative goodness, we have an awesome design project insight; an excellent Illustrator pattern tutorial; a fantastic Illustrator tutorial making use of a pen tablet; an inspiring roundup of texture use in Web Design; and an Illustrator tutorial covering use of the Gradient Mesh tool. So basically if you’re an Illustrator fan you’re in for a treat!
Learn how to create a couple of cute and simple kids illustrations of a car and airplane using Adobe Illustrator’s basic shapes. Take inspiration from hand crafted artwork to give each graphic a plaid effect fabric texture and stitching effect.
The non-professional photographers among us are often left with boring and flat shots from our cameras, the photos lack the flair and energy that is achieved with expert techniques and equipment. Photoshop Actions on the other hand, can help recreate some amazing photo effects, just by pressing a button! This post rounds up 20 of the best Photoshop Actions that allow you to easily spice up your photos with popular effects, including HDR, Soft Focus, Lomo, Velvia and more!
In this week’s roundup of creative goodness, we have an article giving tips on working with various types of clients; a cool article showcasing the fonts used in the logos of popular websites; an insight into some handy fonts you can use with SiFR or Cufon, a showcase of awesome print designs; and a roundup of fantastic clean website designs.
The bright red Rolling Stones tongue and lips logo is a graphic design icon, and has been a pop culture fav for years! I don’t think you can beat it, so we’ll not create a direct copy of the original in this tut. Instead, let’s take a look at drawing our own Stones inspired tongue graphic, starting with a quick pencil sketch and finishing with a vector based graphic in Adobe Illustrator.