Beauty retouching is probably one of the most popular application areas in which Adobe Photoshop is used extensively. There are two simple reasons for that. First, Photoshop offers a variety of advanced tools to smooth out skin and hair, optimize body proportions and emphasize some beautiful details. And second, if you have some experience with Photoshop it is easy to learn the basics and quickly produce very impressive and beautiful results. Of course, beauty-retouching is a quite deceptive art.
An introduction to Gradient Mesh tool Gradient Mesh tools are used to create a single multicolored object on which colors can flow in different directions , the color transitions achieved are smooth running from one color to another. Once a mesh object is created you can easily change its color characteristics i.e. shade by adjusting each point of the mesh object .
When it comes to web and graphic design, Adobe Illustrator is usually the primary option to consider. However, the software package itself is a quite hard to learn — and extremely hard to master. Why I need to look any Illustrator tutorial? Out of many reasons there are three reasons for simple explanations. First, Illustrator offers a variety of advanced tools to smooth out your design, optimize structure proportions and emphasize some beautiful details. Second, if you have some experience with Illustrator then it is easy to learn the basics and quickly produce very impressive and beautiful results.
As we already know that the fonts are one of the most important parts of every web Project and choosing them is quit a difficult job for a web designer if his understanding of Typography is low. Our Last post 21 Most Used Fonts By Professional Designers helps you to get familiar with most used fonts which is not freely available. After getting several requests about professional fonts which is most famous and freely available for download in our last post in same series we again look around and end up with a list of 22 Most Used Free Fonts By Professional Designers on the basis of their usability and popularity. This list is a combined effort of professional web designers and art directors to speeding up your project development time so you can save money and focus on making great applications.
When it comes to graphic design, Adobe Photoshop is usually the first option to consider. However, the software itself is a quite tough nut to crack — and definitely extremely hard to master. For instance, the concepts are not always intuitive and it’s not always clear when to use what tool and how to use it effectively. In fact, in Photoshop it usually takes pretty much time to achieve something you have never done before.
Interview questions may vary but in essence they are all trying to establish the following: Your skills and experience to do the job Your enthusiasm and interest for the job Whether you will fit in If you have thought through convincing answers to the above, ideally illustrated with real-life examples, then you should be able to answer most of the questions that arise. This section looks at some of the typical questions which arise and how to handle them.
Blackbox - is a object that is viewed in terms of its input, output and transforming ability without any knowledge of its internal workings. As by definition the blackboxed Peacock file's inner workings are hidden. Peacock uses blackboxing to group a set of hubs into one so it can be reused again and again. This streamlines some tedious process that you set-up over and over, create one blackboxed file to reuse . They can also help others so they can get all the processing without having to set-up hubs. Building a blackbox file: For a file to be considered a Blackbox file it must contain one or more of the following hubs.
“Post comments to suggest any tools I missed here”…OK, here goes. As part of a tutorial on how to build side-bars for IE without having to learn C++ (instead using XForms), I produced a panel that allows you to add the current browser page to del.icio.us–with tags–in one click. The XForm side-bar picks up the title of the page you are looking at in the main frame, as well as any keywords in the META tags, which will then be used as tag suggestions.
What's a blog? A blog is a personal diary. A daily pulpit.
FeedSquares for Chrome provides a refreshing way to experience Google Reader on Chrome and read your favorite feeds in style. To begin using FQ, please first login to your Google Reader Account (via Google). After you login, your very own wall of feed squares will spring into view. Each square represent a feed from your Google Reader Subscriptions. Simply scroll horizontally (or mouse wheel) to view all your subscriptions. To give your better grasp of what's latest for that feed, you will notice that some thumbs will show up gradually.