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Posts Tagged ‘Inspired’

Create a Gaming Button Inspired From Diablo 3 in Adobe Photoshop

July 26, 2016  |  Photoshop  |  , , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

In now’s Photoshop tutorial, уου wіll learn hοw tο mаkе a gaming button inspired bу Diablo 3. Final Image Aѕ always, thіѕ іѕ thе final image thаt wе’ll bе mаkіng: Tutorial Fine points Program: Adobe Photoshop CC Estimated Completion Time: 60 minutes Difficulty: Beginner – Intermediate Resources Evil Dead font Texture Step 1 Mаkе a 600x […]


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You! Be Inspired! – Inspirations from Sketchbooks

February 1, 2015  |  Samples  |  , , ,  |  Comments Off

UPDATE: This post was originally published on September 19, 2012. We’ve updated the links and added new artworks. Enjoy, Creatives! Most artists, designers, and illustrators start their design process from sketches on their sketchbooks. Sketches can be classified as either one of the following: Observation — a documentation of the artist’s external world Invention — a series of drawings showing the internal journey of the development of composition and ideas They are usually seen on various exhibits and private art displays. But even with the growing popularity of digital art lately, sketchbooks are still in the spotlight in terms of showcasing one’s artistic skills in illustration and design. Due to technological...

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20 Typographers to get you Inspired

August 16, 2014  |  Samples  |  ,  |  Comments Off

I’m an unapologetic type nerd. I love anything to do with type. I think there’s something really magical about the way text can be modified and arranged to give another level of depth.  Somehow with typography – words can sing to you and clue you into deeper meaning. Arranged below, in no particular order is some typographers and letterers that really inspire me and my creative process. The collection below is a mish-mash of everything from hand lettered type, illustrative, identity design and some calligraphy pieces. 01. Sean Wes     02. Jessica Hische     03. Seb Lester     04. Dana Tanamachi       05. Dave Foster       06. Alan Guzman         07. Matthew Tapia       08....

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You! Be Inspired! – The enchanting art of Meg Hunt

August 13, 2014  |  Samples  |  , ,  |  Comments Off

Meg Hunt, a graphic designer, illustrator and hand letterer from Portland Oregon has been making waves in the Illustration community for her cute quirky style and interesting choices of colour palettes. Primarily a creator of character based illustrations, Meg’s whimsical work combines a lot of mixed media techniques juxtaposed into busy backgrounds and quirky elements. She does a mixture of techniques for her pieces. Combining heavy inked lines, water color washes, cut paper and printed shapes to her over all piece. She has collaborated with clients such as Dreamworks, Threadless, Cartoon Network and Image Comics. You can follow her work here...

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Fantastic Art and Where To Find Them Friday: 8-bit Inspired Paintings of Iconic Images

June 9, 2014  |  Samples  |  , , , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

A series of paintings inspired by geometric abstraction, color field painting, and old-school digital graphics. This group of geometric watercolor paintings aim to breakdown, rearrange, and reference specific iconic images from art history and pop culture. By flattening out and simplifying the referred images, the artist uses an angular method of visual processing to restructure and recompose a familiar picture. He is curious about the deciphering and translation of visual language, and the way we read and understand the things we see.   Van Gogh’s Self-Portrait “These pictures are like puzzles, carefully taken apart and then pieced back together to reveal the subject. By referencing classical works...

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