Tracy Lee Stum is considered by Madonnari peers, festival directors and viewers among the finest street painters today, Tracy has participated as an invited featured artist in many festivals and events in the US and internationally. Her paintings have won numerous awards & accolades and she currently holds a Guinness World Record for the largest street painting by an individual, which was set in 2006…
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.
Have you wondered how to create a logo with the quality and distinction of famous logos like Google, Digg, Transformers or Star Wars. With the help of these amazing photoshop tutorials you will get an insight into how professional logos are designed as well as improving your photoshop skills.
If you have ever tried to make a font very small (usually, anything below 9px), and it becomes unreadable, you are in need of a specially designed mini font, and this post is for you.
Mini-Pixel fonts have and are very popular within Flash applications, but sadly under used everywhere else. Even though, there is no denying Mini pixel fonts have an air of elegance about them.
Ever wondered or wanted to design your own movie style poster or graphic? With these cool tutorials you can, from Transformers to Star Wars, from Shrek to Ice Age and even from Scarface to Indiana Jones. Transformers 2: Revenge of…
Inkscape is a free vector graphic design alternative software similar to Adobe Illustrator and CorelDraw, only it doesn’t cost you a penny. It is maybe not as powerful as its higher priced rivals, but certainly powerful enough to design high quality vector graphics.
Graphic and image editors can help you create beautiful graphics and give your digital images amazing effects, but they can be expensive. What if all you wanted to do was create something simple and basic, would you pay hundreds of dollars just to do that? No, you would not.
So far, 2009 has been a great year for vector tutorials. Vector art is gaining more and more popularity and as a result the quality in tutorials and art is greatly increasing.
HDR(High Dynamic Range) imaging is the process of taking several exposures and merging them together into one image. First, take a shot with normal exposure, then one with under-exposure and then overexpose a shot to capture the detail from the shadow. Then, you merge all the photos together to create your HDR image.