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Posts Tagged ‘fashion’

5 Fashion Hacks for the Modern Male Marketer – Whiteboard Friday

July 4, 2014  |  SEO  |  , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by randfishEditor's note: Happy 4th of July! We're off observing our Independence Day, so we decided to celebrate with a non-SEO Whiteboard Friday. From the undeniable class of a full windsor to the (all too common) mistake of letting our underwear become accidental outerwear, today's modern marketers are prone to some very easily solveable fashion faux-pas. On this Independence Day, we take a quick break from discussing the online world and bring you a whiteboard video on the lighter side. Enjoy! For reference, here's a still of this week's whiteboard! Video Transcription Rand: Howdy gang, and welcome to a very special Whiteboard video on men's...

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Create a Fashion Mixed Media Portrait in Photoshop

March 25, 2014  |  Photoshop  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create a fashion mixed media artwork. You’ll learn how to work with abstract elements, create patterns and play with shapes and colors. Final Image Tutorial Details Program: Photoshop CS3 + Estimated Completion Time: 2 hours Difficulty: Intermediate Resources Model Flowers Abstract shapes Stars Sphere Splashes Step 1 Create a new document and fill it with white. The ratio of the width/height is 2/3 but you can adjust it to fit your requirements. Extract the model and place her at the center of the white canvas: Step 2 Click the second button at the bottom of the Layers Pallete to add a mask to the model layer. Use the...

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Beautifully Hand-drawn Fashion Playing Cards Project by Connie Lim

December 12, 2013  |  Samples  |  , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Years ago, fashion illustrator and designer from Los Angeles, Connie Lim started a project about creating hand drawn fashion inspired drawings made into a set of playing cards. Recently, she finally completed the set of cards which is currently crowd-funded through a Kickstarter campaign. Being heavily influenced by fashion, Connie’s drawings perfectly show the fluidity of lines and rich textures applied in beautiful female figures. Using he favorite gouache, micron pens, inks, and watercolors, the meticulous drawings are beauties to behold that reflect different emotions, gestures and stories. The project consists of 54 gorgeous hand-drawn cards that make Connie’s growth as an artist...

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12 Stunning Fashion Sketches by Hayden Williams

August 31, 2013  |  Photoshop  |  , , , ,  |  Comments Off

In fashion, designers οftеn ѕtаrt thе design process, bу first, sketching out thеіr thουghtѕ. Fashion sketches οftеn contain exaggerated features such аѕ elongated legs аnd neck. In thіѕ article, wе wіll take a look аt thе work οf British fashion illustrator, Hayden Williams, whο takes thе art οf fashion sketching tο a whole nеw level.


Carmen Dell’Orefice


A Trip Tο Tiffany’s


Plеаѕеd Birthday Mary-Kate & Ashley!


Alternative Ready


Cruise Control


Plеаѕеd Birthday Marilyn!


Universal Appeal


Black Magick


Eternal Brilliance


High Gloss


In Hеr Own Time


J’adore Vogue


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Creating an Edgy, Colorful Fashion Photo-manipulated Artwork

May 8, 2013  |  Photoshop  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial, we will learn how to create a beautiful abstract photo manipulation applying some advance techniques of masking, lightning and the use of adjustment layers. Final Image Resources fairy32 – faestock Texture – angeltouch1 Abstract – angeltouch1 15 Grunge PS Brushes – sarytah Step 1 Create a new file with a width of 1200 px and a height of 1500 px at 72 dpi (Dots per Inch). Background Contents should be White.   Step 2 First off, let’s activate the Gradient tool (G). Then open the Gradient editor box and input the following: Now drag the mouse in the direction of the red arrow. The result should be similar to...

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