Fonts are a mainstay of graphic design and one of the most important choices a designer makes in a project. Choosing the right one is … Read More
Do you want to learn how to download presets to the Lightroom app on your mobile phone? If so, you’ve come to the right place! … Read More
The timeless appeal of mid century modern design is a trend that shows no signs of fading. But, although we’re all familiar with mid-century modern … Read More
Do you want to create professional animations without spending a fortune? If so, Presto Animation Software is the program for you! In this review, we … Read More
I wanted to quickly write up a tutorial for how to deselect in Photoshop. This is by no means an exhaustive tutorial that covers all the tips and tricks, but it will get you through 95% of the work you might need to do. The first thing that I want to mention is that there are two main ways to deselect in Photoshop: by going to Select->Deselect, or by changing your foreground color and then painting with black on your selection.
Graphic designers, this one is for you! Today we’ll be discussing vignettes, what they are and how to use them in your design work. Vignettes can be a great way to add visual interest and complexity to your designs, so let’s get started! What is a vignette, you ask? Simply put, it’s a graphical element that can be used to frame or highlight specific elements in your design. By using different shapes, colors and textures, you can create an eye-catching focal point that will draw the viewer’s attention. Let’s take a look at some examples.
Swatches are the fastest way to apply color to the artwork. You can create swatches that use the CMYK or RGB color modes or the LAB color mode. When you create a variety of shapes, you need a variety of fill and stroke colors. To change the stroke color of an object, you can use either a stroke swatch or a global process color from the Color panel or Swatches panel. You can also apply tints, gradients, patterns, and spot colors to swatches. If you assign a global process color to an object or text frame, you cannot edit the color in isolation mode. Using swatches can be helpful when creating art in Adobe Illustrator.
Do you love anime? Do you love graphic design? If so, this blog post is for you! In today’s world, anime graphic design is becoming more and more popular. So, in order to stay ahead of the curve, it’s important to learn the basics of this style. In this blog post, we will discuss some tips on how to master anime graphic design. Stay tuned!
Graphic design posters are a powerful marketing and communication tool. They can be used to announce an event, promote a product or service, or simply … Read More
If the BLS is to be believed, then graphic design is a dying career. It’s reported that there are a projected 8,200 fewer graphic designers in 2016 than there were in 2014. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) — which does these kinds of reports — uses the term “projected employment change” which means they predict how many people will be employed (or unemployed) at any given occupation in the country, over a specific point in time.
One of the fantastic things about 3D modeling is the ability to create printable models which can be used in real-world applications. The best part is that technology is growing at such a rapid pace that it is easy to get started in 3D printing. You’re going to have a lot of fun with this guide, and I’m going to be showing you how to design 3D print models for your own personal use or for sale! Let’s get started.
Are you looking for the best computer for Lightroom? If so, you’ve come to the right place! This blog post will discuss some of the … Read More
3D graphic design may seem like a daunting task for a graphic designer, but you can create beautiful 3D designs that will impress your friends, … Read More
There is a lot that goes into environmental graphic design. It’s more than just making things look pretty. You should be aware of specific elements … Read More
Have you ever wondered how to fill background color in illustrator? You’re not alone. It’s not uncommon for new illustrators to want to fill the background of an object with a color, but not know where to start. I’ll tell you everything you need to know about filling the background of a vector in Illustrator.