Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
Plain text can be a bore sometimes, especially when we are trying to convey a fun, exciting message! Like what I am doing now…..this tutorial – with the help of Adobe Illustrator – will add pizzazz to any bold, block text, check it out!
A list of 120+ of the best beautiful and elegant, free for both personal and commercial use, floral patterns.
Excellent Metal Textures for Photoshop Users. Here is a huge collection of Metal textures which I have gathered through Google search. I found an incredible variety of high resolution marble textures in various colors: black, brown, blue, yellow, red and others.
The last leaf of autumn brings about cold winter, have you prepared a sweater for winter? Now, open the software PS, let us knit one.
In this tutorial I will show you How to Create a Web Pattern in Photoshop using basic vector shape. So let’s get started!
I’ve received a few questions recently about how I create the letterpress style texturing that appears on pretty much every retro/vintage design I make. Today’s tutorial will show you a quick and easy way to give your logos and typography that ink stamp style effect that originated from the old letterpress style printing technique.
In this lesson, Stephen Wells is going to be going over how to import and setup basic materials/textures within the Marmoset toolbag. A handly little trick for those who may be new to Marmoset, so check it out!
In this lesson, Bill Kladis is going to be giving a thorough introduction to Lens Flares inside of UDK. Lots of good info here, so don't miss out!
In this Photoshop and Illustrator Tutorial, learn how to create a Wallpaper with Geometric Blurred Color Shapes using basic shapes, a nice color palette and a few filters in Photoshop to highlight those shapes.
In this tutorial, I'll show you how to design a cracked ice texture on a concrete road by combing textures, brushes and blending modes.
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