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Deal of the Week: Gorgeous Gioviale Script Font

Deal of the Week: Gorgeous Gioviale Script Font

Script fonts have their issues. They can be bold and brash, yet legible. Or they can be beautifully curvaceous, yet a bit tough to decipher. What you need is a font that’s “just right.” The perfect balance between the two is the Gioviale typeface from Laura Worthington.

This gorgeous script font includes 300 swashes, more than 1,000 glyphs, 20 ornaments, 20 discretionary ligatures and more! Gioviale is available as both a Desktop font (files delivered in .OTF and .TTF formats) and Web font (supplied as .EOT, .SVG, .TTF, and .WOFF formats). The Desktop version is compatible with both Mac and Windows.

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Gioviale normally sells for $37 (for the Desktop version), but for a limited time only, you can get this practical and pretty script font for only $15! That’s almost 60% off the regular price! OR get both the Desktop and Web Font versions together for just $22!

Lion Image Designed in Adobe Illustrator

Lion Image Designed in Adobe Illustrator

Ukrainian artist Denis Gonchar shows the process of dealing with lion image with Adobe Illustrator. The tutorial shows how does a colorful dimensional lion head appear on the warm sand yellow background. The way is to add color onto the original lion head and deal with details time and time again.

A lion-head profile with light background is a must. The next step is to darken the lion’s mane, presenting dimensions, then proceed to add decorative colors to present the artist style of the lion and finally be sure to the deal with the bright color and dark color around the lion head carefully to show light and shadows reflected by the lion head, which is also for dimensional purpose.

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How to Make Vivid FORNEX from Sketch

How to Make Vivid FORNEX from Sketch

With rich beautiful works in web design, illustration and icon design, designer Vet Orso from Russian Federation shows his drawing process for FORNEX with the help of photoshop.

When he completes the draft, each parts needed on the paper, he has a general idea in his mind. Then he starts his work with photoshop. Drawing the sketch for FORNEX, coloring and dealing with details are main steps. Since it is not difficult, with careful observation and patience, the result is one brilliant piece of work comes into being. It does have some kind of similarity with the original poster!

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Webydo’s 50K Community of Professional Designers Creating Their Websites Code-Free, Join The Revolution

Webydo’s 50K Community of Professional Designers Creating Their Websites Code-Free, Join The Revolution

Are you looking to kick start your website design by professional developers? Is there something that is getting in the way or preventing you from starting you from starting your website design project? Is the cost involved too high for you or your clients to hire a developer? These might be some of the questions on the back of your mind whenembark on a new project. Well, fear not, as Webydo is leading the way in professional online website creators to help designers create and publish their websites code-free. You might be thinking that it is similar to those sites offering website designing. Well, it’s not, Webydo is a well-known online design studio which has provided their community of designers a way around the coding so there is no need to hire a developer. Webydo offers you a diversified range of options having customized CMS (Content Management System) at your disposal and entire list of professional features to help kick start your business.

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Getting started can sometimes be the most challenging, but Webydo provides you with three clear paths to embark on. First, if you already have a vision for your design you can chose the blank canvas and spill your creative juices out onto this canvas. The other options are to take one of the basic layout options or choose a readymade inspirational design. All of these are completely customizable as well for you to make them your own.Once you have gone through the process of choosing a design, and when you feel satisfied, the site will make that virtual website into a living reality for your business and/or recreation purposes. After you create a website, you can see it live on one the Webydo subdomain, and test it out on the web, share with clients and make your edits right then and there.

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CEO of Webydo, Shmulik Grizim believes that they can bring any design to life without wasting time on writing a single line of code. The very same site has also achieved the milestone of breaking previous habits of website designing and complex coding. It has surely provided a feasible detour away from all such worries. The most remarkable feature of it includes the drag and drop option. Webydo’s professional website design studio allows you to import your favorite designs, media, photos and much more to your under-developed webpage using Webydo’s online canvas where you can assemble all the elements the way you like it. This gives you the utmost liberty of website design for each and every pixel on your webpage.

Do you want to insert any value-adding feature? Not a problem! The technical features of websites; like, blogging features propped up with various forms and Google map integration is more than just a need for any business. The popularity of this B2B website design platform is reflected from the ever-increasing influx of 50,000+ designer community within Webydo. These professional designers also helping to craft the future of the platform by regularly submitting new feature suggestions and voting on what should be added next right on the Participate page.

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Webydo is surely a unique blend of beautifully crafted webpages and endless marketing horizons for promoting a bold perspective of your very own business. Webydo has a number of qualified and expert designers which have the experience of developing numerous websites and an ability to convert them into a success. Design a website can be quite a tedious and time consuming process and this is Webydo is so remarkable, because they have provided a professional design platform for creative professionals to take full control of their design projects from creating, to publishing and managing. By allowing designers to rebrand the CMS with their logo or send branded invoices, the platform functions more efficiently for the designers at work. So, if you are looking for having better marketing prospects, you would surely contact us for crafting your very own pathway towards success.

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This article is proudly sponsored & presented by Webydo’s designer’s community.

Realistic Decorated Wine Bottle Illustration

Realistic Decorated Wine Bottle Illustration

In this tutorial I will teach how create a realistic bottle illustration and some shadow and cut techniques.

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Step 1

Create a new file with 700px of width and 700px of height. Now use the pen tool (shortcut “p”) to draw one side of bottle. If you don’t know how use the pen tool take a look at this link of photoshop online help When you reach the desired result now use the Direct Selection Tool (shortcut “a”) to select all point of path, hold ALT and drag the path to duplicate. Now, still using Direct Selection (Shortcut “a”) select all point of the second side, right click and select “Free Transform Path“, go to menu “Edit/Tranform Path/Flip Horizontal“. Place the flipped path on the right place to create the bottle silhouette.

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Step 2

Now, we need to close the silhouette. First, using the pen tool(“p”) close the top of bottle. Go to the bottom o silhuette and do the same thing but with a little curve between points. Like above:

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Step 3

Go to the “Paths” tab and click on fill option button at bottom of panel. After this, make sure your path layer still there on paths tab, never erase or overwrite the layer of the bottle path. Now we have the bottle, but we need some color and realistic details, in most cases this can be done using some gradient and shadow effects. To apply Gradient without lost the initial shape we use the blending options.

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Step 4

Go back to the layers tab and right click on the bottle layer and select “Blending Options“. Check the Gradient Overlay, define Style to Linear and Angle to 0 and double click on the Gradient field to open the Gradient Editor. Create a new custom gradient using the color #878398,#9c96b3,#413e4d,#7c7792,#878398. Like below:

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Step 5

Create new layer and change name to reflection. Go to the paths tab, duplicate the bottle path(right click on the path layer) and resize the points of path to reach the first image above. Fill the path with white color. Back to the layer tab, apply a gradient overlay in blending options and set the Gradient Fill with some white and gray color and define the opacity field to 60% and close the Blending Options window. Now go to the blend mode of the reflection layer and set to Soft Light and change the opacity to something like 45%:

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Step 6

Go back to the blending options in the bottle layer and define inner shadow like below, and create a Stroke like below:

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We need a label for wine glass. Create a new rectangle with Rectangle Tool, place the rectangle layer between reflection layer and bottle layer, rename it to “label”. Go to Blending Options again and apply a dropshadow with 41% opacity, distance 0 and size of 2. Now apply a Gradient Overlay with the settings like below:

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Create some texts like the title and some description to fill the space, use old style fonts, for me Trajan Pro is a good one. Add some vector shapes with old flourishe style, the result will be something like this:

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Step 9

Create new path with the stopper shape, fill with brown collor(#988c6c). Go to Filer/Noise/, Add Noise and set the Amount value to 5. Now it’s to other gradient, add gradient overlay in blending options windows on this layer. Define Blend Mode of Gradient Overlay to Vivid Light and set angle to 0 and create a gradient #000000 to #957c34 and back to #000000. With this step we get a good stopper like below:

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Now we jump to details. Create a new layer and a simple path to reproduce a ring on that layer, fill it. Create a dropshadow with Blending Options like below and add a Gradient Overlay. Use the colors to reproduce gold material (I use these #d1c04c,#eae2aa,#a48440,#645025,#3a2e14). Look step by step below:

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Step 11

More details. Create duplicate the stopper path and change her size to wrap the neck, fill it with black:

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We almost finish. To create a coll background select #063e41 color and fill a background layer of document. Go to Filter/Render/Lighting Effects and select Omni Light Type.

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Now we need a realistic shadow. Duplicate the bottle layer, remove all effects(right click on layer “Clear Effects“), go to Edit/Transform/Wrap menu or hold CTRL on the edge o shape and resize it to reach this result:

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Step 14

Go to Image/Adjustments/Hue Saturation menu or press CTRL+U on windows. Change the lightness to -100. Go to Filter/Blur/Gaussian Blur menu and set it to 8. Change the opacity of layer to 34%:

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Step 15

Add some flowers. Open this images on photoshop, go to Channels tab select the most contrasted channel, duplicate him, increase the constrast of duplicated channel layer in Image/Adjusments/Brightness/Contrast and Image/Adjusments/Curve, use Quick Selection Tool(“w”) to create a fast selection of areas outside the flower. Delete the duplicated channel, back to the RGB channel, right click on the selection and select inverse. Cut and paste the flower on the bottle document. Repeate the same step to cut other flower. Othe tip is increase the brightness of flower (Image/Adjustments/Curves) to made things more white. Define some dropshadow in Blending options for eache flower:

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Step 16

Use some vectors like this and change the blend mode of vector layer to Luminosity and opacity to 50%. We also add an reflection effect in the bottle(we can teach how create reflection in some other tutorial):

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Conclusion

With this tutorial you learned how create a realistic bottle, shadows and how work with Blend Mode, Gradients. With some easy steps you can reach a good effect.

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PostworkShop – Beyond the Artistic Filters

PostworkShop – Beyond the Artistic Filters

Introduction

Everybody knows the artistic filters in our favorite image editing program, but sometimes the results can appear somewhat artificial. Let me introduce you an alternative tool: PostworkShop that comes in handy when we need an artistic effect for a photo, a 3D render or a vector illustration. First let’s see a few sample images:

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These are just a few possible results among the 350+ artistic styles that you can find in PostworkShop, the artistic image manipulation tool that we are talking about. It costs $99 usd only, which is very affordable!

How it works?

With one simple click you can transform your photo, 2D image or 3D render into an oil painting or watercolor, pastel drawing or pencil sketch, abstract or old-time photograph with the built-in styles.

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You can also Create your own styles with the Style Editor. Simply drop filters and existing styles into the workspace and build a new, custom filter graph. Just link each filters’ output and input pins together to easily create a complex image processing engine that becomes your own custom style!

Currently, PostworkShop is not a Photoshop plug-in, but image exchange is possible through PSD files. The plug-in will be released as a free update in version 2.0, so you can already start to learn and use it.

Conclusion

PostworkShop is really a handy tool for transforming pictures in a lot of different styles. It is easy to learn and to use. We do strongly recommend it. Let’s try it out now!