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In today’s Photoshop tutorial I’m going to show you a mix of filters and adjustments we can apply to a photograph to mimic the retro style airbrushed painted look associated with classic film posters.
Last week I shared a tutorial showing how to create a retro text style using Adobe Illustrator. I had lots of fun producing that effect, so I’ve been busy crafting a number of additional colour combinations to create a collection of 10 free retro text styles for you to download.
Access All Areas members are being treated to more exclusive goods from RetroSupply today. The Irvington High vector brush pack is one of the latest additions to the lineup of RetroSupply products and has already received a great early response.
This new bundle is packed full with thousands of best-selling, colourful, artistic elements that are just waiting to be played with!
Many of the text effect tutorials I produce for Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop tend to require the text to be permanently set, which means if the wording needs changing, the effect would have to be created all over again from scratch.
Access All Areas members have a new collection of print design templates to download this week, courtesy of BrandPacks.
In today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial we’re going to look at creating a stylish single weight line art logo.
I’ve been having fun working on a brand new set of free Photoshop Actions to transform your photographs with various contrast and colour alterations.
Access All Areas members have a range of beautiful vector watercolour resources to download this week, courtesy of Freepik.
Every designer needs a variety of typeface styles that they can rely upon for every project. Usually a collection is built slowly as new fonts are purchased on an individual basis, but on rare occasions an opportunity to acquire a comprehensive library of top quality font families with huge savings arises.
The style of a character design often depends on the software it was created with. Raster based applications like Photoshop lead to digitally painted artwork with realistic texturing and shading; 3D modelling programs like Maya allow artists to produce easily animated characters with realistic surface materials; while vector software like Adobe Illustrator typically lends itself to more stylised and abstract designs made from basic shapes, hard outlines and bright colours.
This week Access All Areas members have a new collection of textures to download, courtesy of Fox & Bear.
In today’s Adobe Photoshop video tutorial I’m going to show you a technique I come up with to replicate those intricate stippled illustrations that are made out of thousands of tiny dots, but without the tedious process of dabbing each dot with a pen.
In today’s Adobe Photoshop tutorial we’re going to have some fun replicating the classic film title styles from old black and white movies of the 30s and 40s.
Access All Areas members have a great new set of design resources to download this week, courtesy of Evgen Radchenko from JeksonGraphics.
The reason premium vector design resources tend to cost so much is that a considerable amount of time has been put into crafting them to ensure they’re premium quality.
My new collection of 10 free black grunge textures feature dark and grimy tones from the ashes of hell, which is really just a metaphor for my bathroom… Although I have to point out, my bathroom is not the kind of filth ridden place you would expect to find such surfaces (nor is it a fiery pit of desolation and eternal suffering), but after lots of adjustment and processing, these close-up photographs of marble tiles produce the kind of surfaces you could only expect to find in the depths of the underworld.
Access All Areas members are being treated to a brilliant set of design resources from Wing’s Art and Design Studio this week.
In today’s Adobe Photoshop video tutorial we’re going to create a pencil sketch effect that quickly converts a photograph into a realistic drawing.
Album cover art is always a great source of inspiration because there’s such an eclectic mix of styles to feast your eyes on.