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In this section you will find different articles and tutorials that explains and illustrate many of the main principles of design.
Freelancing is hard, but very satisfactory. in this section we give you the tools for thriving in freelance world.
There are different ways to turn photo into line drawing but doesn’t look real, like someone draw it. This technique of line art uses different densities of crosshatching to simulate lighter and darker shades of gray to obtain that look and the result is great. Crosshatching is the drawing of
To Draw a Map in Illustrator appears to be very complicated but with this technique, it can be really simple to create. You only have to be careful to create the layers for each individual step. Creating your own maps is great because you can customize them according to your
A good Design proposal is always a way to show our customers that we are, as freelancers, professionals. It is also a tool to explain our customers; processes, design development and finally that professional design has a cost. It is our responsibility as designers to help the client understand the
In this tutorial, we will learn a powerful technique to how to cut out hair in photoshop creating advanced masking; Calculations. With this technique, you will be able to mask even the most complicated images like the hair of a model. For this tutorial, we will use an image with
This weekend I stumble with a great little blog: art of being women. I really liked it, but not because it was a women blog really, but because of the content. In SEO we always say that content is King, well this blog has very good content. It is clearly
In this tutorial we will learn how to create a realistic lightning bolt with a very simple method using difference clouds and levels. Step 1 Create a new document Step 2 Open de Gradient editor and create a black and white gradient with a narrow gray area Step 3 Paint