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One of the best things about Photoshop is that you never stop learning. I’ve been working with the software for about 12 years, and I always stumble across something I didn’t know, whether it be a new feature, or just a new, better way of doing something.
There are many icons on the internet. However, you may find very difficult to look for a high quality one. Sometimes, to enable your design to have better expression, speech icons are very useful. This nice set of speech icons is deisgned by Vecteezy. It contains numbers of speech icons which can allow you to apply to different scenarios. More importantly, it is completely free for your use. You can download the icons enhance your web presence today. The iconset is in psd, ai and eps for your ease of use.
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.
Photo manipulations are a great source for inspiration, generally because designers are able to express their creativity through various aspects of design. So here are 25 of the most incredible examples of photo manipulation.
Hey Prints has shared some poster design tutorials you’ll learn some new ways to enhance your Photoshop skills while creating posters for all kinds of purposes. Each one takes a different approach to get to the end result.
Every designer needs a source of inspiration. But where can you get it from? I think that looking at works of other artists is the best practice. Hope that this showcase will help you with creating superb designs and next time your own design will be in such showcase.
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.