All of the tutorials in this article have been labeled advanced, simply because of the dramatic transformation on each photo after each tutorial, having said that you don’t need to be a professional photographer nor…
Category Archives Graphic Design
Graphic Design Archives
In this category you will find general articles, professional tutorials and handy tools & resources covering all aspects of graphic design.
There are quite literally hundreds upon hundreds of free CV or resume templates readily available to download out in the deep recesses of the web, available in every conceivable format and covering every possible profession….
If you are in search of a high quality vector World map, then your search is now over.
Most of the vector maps below are of the highest detail and accuracy, some have been designed specifically for designers and others to be used by everyone for whatever the project.
This is an update on a post we published last year entitled 50 Social Service and Bookmarking Icon Sets for Bloggers, an enormous collection of only the best social bookmarking icon sets. Today’s update is…
The free beautiful vector background pack (+ source files) that we have on offer today have been designed by Cip (from Vectorious, and can be used within almost any aspect of design – they could be used as a seamless web background, cool apparel design, an elegant flyer … anything!
Having a good and quality collection of gradients at your disposal should be paramount for any designer, they are not only a great time-saver, they can also give your designs the simple illusion of depth,…
In this tutorial, written again by Violet Bag, you are going to learn how to change a normal and basic image of a little kid and transform his face so that it appears to be constructed with text.
There are fifteen easy to follow steps to complete this tutorial and should not take you any longer than 30 minutes to complete.
Adobe Illustrator can at first seem a little bit intimidating and daunting (speaking from first hand experience) to work with, whereas it is in many ways similar to working within Photoshop (or any other graphic editor), but in others very very different. And the thing is, quite often certain design techniques with Illustrator may seem at first complex, but in actual fact are very very simple – Its just about learning these techniques.
At some time or another we have all seen it – neighborhood walls with old and deprecated graffiti or, just as common, you may have seen some flyers or posters that have been stuck for so long on these walls that they start to peel and hang on by their edges. It is this effect that is recreated in this tutorial. Rather than use typical graffiti or a common poster this tutorial opted to combine the two, and have old and peeling posterized letters graffiti slowly peeling and falling from the wall.