I’d like to purpose a little experiment to the WeGraphics Community. As part of our weekly wallpaper downloads, I’d like to create a design that is a collaborative effort among our users.
It’s time once again for The Blank Slate, an open forum discussion on thoughts, issues and topics related to the design industry. For this issue, I have a really interesting topic, one that seems to have strong opinion on both sides of the issue. Where do you stand on the free vs paid design resources available on the web today?
In this tutorial I will give you an example of how to create a movie teaser poster. It will show you how to draw a mask for your character using the pen tool , blend modes and textures.
Also, I will be talking about usage of color for your environment, how to make your images sharper and I will give some tips on how to add more detail to your work.
This week we’re mixing it up a little bit by presenting a collection of iPhone wallpapers by a very talented illustrator named Taylor White. Taylor was raised in Cary, North Carolina. She currently lives in Oslo, Norway where she works in the advertising industry by day, meanwhile continuing to foster her own creative growth as a freelance illustrator and fine artist.
Our mission is simple and clear: we just want to serve your creativity! Over the last 4 weeks we released top-quality brushes, vectors, textures, patterns and templates and updated our blog with great tutorials, inspiration articles and advices to learn how to use our resources.
WeGraphics is a multi-authors resources machine and during February we’ve done our best to bring 14 amazing design packs, created exclusively for WeGraphics by Sebastiano, Piervincenzo, Diego, Nathan, Caleb, Aldo, Corefolio, Dima Shiper and Chadlonius. Enjoy them!
Every freelance designer’s dream is to find not only loyal clients but also good clients that refer work back to them. Or it could be working on those unique projects that become award-winning pieces. Or it could be projects that are fulfilling not only financially, but also intellectually. Yet the life of a freelancer seems to be coupled by a diversity of projects and/or clients.
As much as I’d like to be… I’m no illustrator. But often times, as a designer I’m tasked with creating a digital illustration. Lucky for me with the right reference and resources an illustration can be created without ever putting pencil to paper. In this tutorial we will explore the process behind my mock comic book cover for a book titled Tour.
Justin Maller is a freelance illustrator and art director based in Melbourne, Australia. He has been creating digital art for over eight years, and has produced professionally in both a private and studio based capacity for the last three. He is represented by Jeremy Wortsman of the Jacky Winter Group.
Every week the design community releases a lot of interesting articles, tutorials and showcases that can charge your creativity in different ways. With this series we want to share high-quality contents from the community to provide interesting information for our readers. It’s just a small selection, but we are sure that it can help you to find cool stuff that covers a wide variety of topics.
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