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Watercolour, grunge and retro are three hot design styles that result in stunning artwork. If you’ve ever admired these kinds of effects and wished you could create them yourself, today I have the perfect collection of resources to show you.
Typography is a complicated subject to learn, but starting with the history of type styles is a great way to gain an understanding of why there’s so many fonts, and why they look so different!
I’m pleased to welcome a brand new supplier of awesome resources for Access All Areas members this week.
In today’s video tutorial I’ll show you how to create cool hand lettering style typography illustrations the easy way using the power of Adobe Illustrator.
I recently took the time to learn how to use Photoshop’s powerful 3D tools that are now included in versions CS6 Extended and CC.
This week Access All Areas members can download a brand new design resource courtesy of RetroSupply Co.
If you’re a freelancer or a designer as part of an agency, this toolkit is made just for you! It’s packed full of world class fonts, vectors, mockup templates, branding templates, infographics, backgrounds and more, all of which can be used in every single design project.
In last week’s video tutorial I explained a bunch of techniques for creating letterpress style print effects in Photoshop and Illustrator.
Over recent months Simon Birky Hartmann has shared volumes one and two of his Ultimate Brown Paper Texture Pack for Access All Areas members.
In today’s video tutorial I’ll show you a bunch of techniques for creating trendy vintage style letterpress print or rubber stamp effects for your logos in Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator.
Double exposure photography is the name of the original process where two photographs are exposed onto the same piece of film, resulting in interesting and surreal pictures.
This week I’m excited to introduce Vector Toons as the latest donator of top quality resources for my Access All Areas membership.
Today is a good day for font lovers. A brand new fonts bundle has just gone live over at Design Cuts and this one is a whopper!
There’s a couple of methods for creating complex circular patterns in Adobe Illustrator. One technique uses pattern brushes, but it involves designing multiple patterns that seamlessly repeat, which can be a difficult task in itself.
FilterGrade is back again this week with another premium design resource for Access All Areas members.
In today’s video tutorial we’re going to play around in Adobe Photoshop to create a duotone photo effect inspired by the recent Spotify rebranding, where the artist and band photos are colorized with two vibrant hues.
In last week’s vector illustration tutorial I used my free set of distressed halftone patterns to add cool screentone effects to my artwork in Photoshop, then I thought; Why not create a similar set of patterns but in vector format to allow the same distressed halftone effects to be added directly in Adobe Illustrator?
I have some elegant floral clipart to share with my Access All Areas members today, courtesy of Amanda Ilkov from Mandy Art Market.
The background of a design is the foundation on which everything else is built upon. It can be a subtle texture to give the design a tactile appearance, a cute pattern to set the theme of the design, or it could incorporate stunning artwork to catch the viewer’s attention.
If you’re a designer who just loves creating ‘stuff’, Adobe Illustrator should be your favourite tool!