Sometimes the simplest tricks can make the biggest difference. That’s what happened for me when I discovered an alternative solution to creating boxes with rounded corners in Illustrator. I was frustrated at how, when using the Rounded Rectangle Tool, I would have to redraw the box when resizing it in order to keep the rounded corners from distorting. In this tip, I will show you how to avoid that little annoyance.
In today’s tutorial, I will show you how to create a detailed vintage TV from scratch using Photoshop’s vector editing capabilities. The detailed step by step guide will help you to understand the process of its creation.
We’ve got another great wallpaper this week by a Turkish artist named Taner Candan. This piece is titled “Celix”. I love the simplicity and minimal design. But what I really think makes this such a great piece is the use of texture. Download it and set it as your wallpaper for the week. If you want to see more of Taner’s work, head over to his deviantArt page for a full selection.
Check out this week’s selection from the WeGraphics Flickr Community. Post the work you’ve created using WeGraphics resources! We’d love to see it, and it might be featured here as one of our top picks in the coming weeks.
It’s that time of year again when the heat is too much to bare, and the best way for a designer to cool off is to turn up the AC and start downloading from the webs best collection of online resources. With over 3,000 brushes, textures, vectors and icons the list keeps growing daily. Register today and receive 25% off your first monthly payment, or signup for a year at only $36.75.
We have an amazing wallpaper pack to share this week. This collection is titled “Altered” and was created by an incredibly talented designer named Rogier de Boevé. Rogier is 23 year old graphic designer from Belgium. You can see more of his work by visiting his website at http://rogierdeboeve.com/.
In this tutorial, new WeGraphics contributor, Jonathan Wong walks you through how to create a Spectrum Poster design using Adobe Photoshop. So pull up a chair and join in as Jonathan takes us on a trip through his creative process.
As designers in this economy it only makes sense that we do all that we can to supplement our income between client projects. And luckily, there are plenty of opportunities out there for us to do that. It could range from selling stock photos and graphics, web themes, templates and mock-ups, and even video and audio files. The possibilities are endless, and I know that some have even built a steady income and began making a living selling stock art exclusively.
It’s a great time to show off your artwork at the WeGraphics Flickr Community. Post the work you’ve created using WeGraphics resources! We’d love to see it, and it might be featured here as one of our top picks in the coming weeks.
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