1. CSS
  2. Flash
  3. HTML
  4. Illustrator
  5. Java
  6. JavaScript
  7. Maya
  8. Photography
  9. Photoshop
  10. PHP
  11. Ruby
  12. Ruby on Rails
  13. 3ds Max

Newest Tutorials

CSS » Basics — almost 9 years ago
The good old background property is one of the core elements we can play around with in our web designs. Here’s an overview of the four most common approaches to styling your web page body, from the basic solid colour through to large detailed background images. If you’re just starting out in web design, you’ll find some basic CSS techniques for you to put into practice into your future projects.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — almost 9 years ago
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Follow this walkthrough of my design process where I build a blissful fantasy scene with various lighting and colouring effects, then use the artwork as a base for a complete album cover design.
Photoshop » Designing — almost 9 years ago
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I’ve just finished up another little digital art experiment where I set out to build something cool and abstract out of Photoshop patterns and simple shapes. Follow this walkthrough as I take you through the steps I took to recreate this detailed design with nothing more than gradient and pattern effects.
Illustrator » Drawing — almost 9 years ago
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Use Illustrator’s basic shapes to form the outline and structure of a cute baby monster character, before adding colour, gradients and effects to bring the design to life.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — almost 9 years ago
We’re all used to making the most of the plain old web font stacks that have been around for the past 10+ years, everyone who’s designed a website will have no doubt written out Helvetica or Georgia hundreds of times in their stylesheets. Nowadays however, we have the option of embedding a whole new range of fonts into our designs. Let’s look at how the CSS @font-face rule allows us to get fancy with our future website projects.
JavaScript » Dynamic HTML — almost 10 years ago
Image slideshows are a popular method of displaying numerous sequential photographs in web design. By making use of the handy Cycle plugin for jQuery, we can easily create a slideshow of our own, complete with previous and next navigation controls. Not a master of Javascript? Don’t worry, the Cycle plugin makes it a breeze to add slideshow functionality to your site, with only a few lines of code required to get things up and running.
Photoshop » Drawing — almost 10 years ago
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Combine stock photos and design resources to create an awesome retro sci-fi themed game poster that takes inspiration from Atari games of the 80s. By mixing up bright and vibrant cosmic designs with old, distressed and grungey textures we’ll create a retro futuristic poster design for ‘Galactic Attack’.
HTML » Layouts — about 9 years ago
You don’t need to be a PHP whizz to be able to put together your very own custom Wordpress theme. If you’re clued up with your general web design and development skills and can easily put together a HTML/CSS based website, you’re ready to move onto Wordpress theme development to give your blog its very own design.
Photoshop » Designing — about 9 years ago
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To celebrate the third birthday of Blog.SpoonGraphics, I took the time to work on a special personal design project to create a limited edition poster design to mark the occasion. Here’s a detailed walkthrough of the design process, showing how the design of “3” was conceptualised as a sketch, constructed in Illustrator and given some digital polishing with a range of final touches in Photoshop.
HTML » Layouts — about 9 years ago
I’ve recently been working on a design concept for a Wordpress theme as part of a personal project. In this walkthrough we’ll go through the process of converting the design concept from PSD document right through to completed HTML and CSS mockup, complete with clean and valid code, a few touches of CSS3 and some quick fixes to help out old IE6.
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