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In today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial I’m going to show you how to create a custom typography design.
Hot foil stamping is one of those super cool special print finishes that every designer wishes to use in their projects.
Access All Areas members have a fantastic new font to download this week, courtesy of Sam Parrett from Set Sail Studios.
As commercial designers we often have to create various graphic styles on demand in all the projects we work on throughout the day.
A simple black and white conversion is a pretty simple task, but there’s a range of additional tweaks that can generate beautiful tones and enhance the overall mood of the shot.
Access All Areas have a great set of vector textures to download this week, courtesy of Freepik. Known as Cover Textures, this is a collection of 10 different surface materials that have been vectorized to allow them to be scaled to any size, making them perfect for use as backgrounds and filling large areas within your designs.
In today’s video tutorial we’re going to combine the powers of Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator to create a contour map effect, you know, the ones with loads of lines that show the topography of the landscape.
The talented Lisa Glanz has teamed up with Design Cuts to launch a brand new resources collection, and it’s humongous!
I’ve featured what I’ve always called ‘Geometric Photo Collages’ on my site numerous times before in inspiration showcases and tutorials.
This week Access All Areas members have a thorough collection of handy sunburst shapes and complementing vector graphics to download, courtesy of Tatiana Lapina from Creative Veila.
Vector graphics are some of the most useful types of resources to have at your disposal. They can form an integral part of a design, or be a finishing touch that complements other elements within your work, so it’s useful to have a collection of ready-made assets available for when you need them.
Motorcycle helmets, wooden signs and bananas. There’s a never ending source of solid objects that can be used as canvases for hand lettered artwork!
This week Access All Areas members have another useful website PSD template to download courtesy of bigpsfan.
In today’s Photoshop video tutorial we’re going to realistically apply a rust texture to a design. This can be done with any kind of image, it could be a single colour logo like I’ll be using in this example today, or even full colour artwork or photographs.
I’ve been busy crafting a series of geometric pattern shapes for my latest free resource giveaway. These vectors are made of an array of circles, triangles and polygons that are neatly laid out into symmetrical compositions.
Access All Areas members have a new set of textures to download this week, courtesy of Fox & Bear. This collection of Modern Marble Ink Textures features 24 high resolution macro photographs of the effect created by coloured dye when dropped into water and creamer.
This fresh new bundle from Design Cuts has been designed specifically for designers who want to kick start their freelance career.
The double exposure effect has been extremely popular over recent years, and has been a featured topic before in my inspiration showcases.
Access All Areas members have a new graphic design resource to download this week thanks to the design template specialists at BrandPacks.
In this week’s video I’m going to run through a bunch of handy tips to help you develop a faster workflow.