A couple of weeks back I posted a collection of free military camouflage patterns, featuring woodland, desert, urban and digital style designs. This week I’m going to show you how the camo designs were created and how the pattern file was made so it would seamlessly repeat.
Posts from November, 2010
In this week’s roundup of creative goodness, we have a cool tutorial for creating elegant art in Illustrator, a fantastic casino style text effect Photoshop tutorial, a cute little character illustration tutorial, a handy overview of various online printing services and a new digital art gallery from the people behind Behance.
Follow this step by step tutorial to create a trendy geometric poster design with a series of tessellating three dimensional cubes. We’ll be creating the colourful shapes in Adobe Illustrator, then bring everything over to Photoshop to finish off the poster with subtle textures and colour casts.
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Download this pack of military camouflage patterns to create infinitely repeating camo backgrounds for your designs. Each camouflage pattern is available in vector format so it can be used at any size imaginable, as well as a JPEG format for everyday use in Photoshop.
In this week’s roundup of creative goodness, we have a great insight into how a designer was hired by Carsonified, a roundup of print design inspiration, a cool watercolour style design tutorial, a guide to creating a great looking vector illustration and a cute water drop character tutorial.