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Christmas Tree Book Display @ Anthropologie. Children,book,bird,drawing,illustration,illustrations,child-fdf45c309a76d3bda20103f883ac695e_h.jpg (JPEG Image, 340 × 454 pixels) Templates for 4 colour offset business cards, postcards, bookmarks, flyers and brochures. Free tools for working with digital colors. Kuler.

Color me crazy - 10 best online color tools. If you're tackling some graphic design project or maybe even your wall decor, getting color hints from ready made color templates from professional designers can be useful.

Color me crazy - 10 best online color tools

Below are 10 of the better sites to help you out on your design challenge. ColorCombos - nice color palettes to choose from. If there's a particular website whose colors you want to snag, check out their "Grab Website Colors" engine. You just input the URL of the site you're reviewing and ColorCombos extracts the palette for you. COLOURlovers - this is pretty close to color mecca. ColorExplorer - another site that's feature rich and full of color goodies. Kuler - not surprisingly, Adobe has a fetching web app to help you generate color schemes and if you have Adobe's Creative Suite 4, Kuler is built in. ColorJack - very nice color site featuring several apps such as Color Sphere which allows you to choose the right color scheme supporting 18 formulas and 9 color blindness simulations. Keep reading for more... Palettes. _lh2grjr97G1qbd1nko1_250.gif (GIF Image, 234x387 pixels)

Allison lehman : show + tell / 30 Day Drawing Challenge. Art video of the month - LIGHT SCULPTURES. Amazing Pop Up Card Tutorial. Spend It Wisely. Xmas Frog. UNCANNY X-MEN #508 Wolverine Art Appreciation variant cover by Laura Martin in the style of Vincent Van Gogh.

Video. Jamie Beck e Kevin Burg - Cinemagraphs - fotografie in movimento. Please Don’t Promise Me Forever. Imagine this: It’s 1976 and you’re dating a man named Rick.

Please Don’t Promise Me Forever

He has a mustache and owns at least one reindeer sweater. High off of reading The Easter Parade and The Great Santini, he’s all pumped up to write the next great American novel but, to make ends meet, he’s currently working for Hallmark. He’s been really cagey about his latest project, only revealing that this will be the first time Hermann Zapf‘s Crown font is used in a publication. The fact is, things could be better between the two of you; he forgot your birthday… then your anniversary. Then there was that time he bit your head off on the car ride home for making fun of him during a game of Monopoly at a friend’s house.

Now, imagine it’s Valentine’s Day and you’re not expecting much – but Rick surprises you. And this: “Please don’t expect me to always be good and kind and loving. And there’s even a photo depicting couples board game night paired with this text: “Please don’t… make me look foolish in front of other people.” 897721230032485.jpg (JPEG Image, 600x926 pixels) - Scaled (61. _lkv0onc4yp1qbrouvo1_500.jpg (JPEG Image, 439x600 pixels) - Scaled (95%) Fs-94.jpg (JPEG Image, 600x374 pixels) Lackadaisy. Creative Logos With Hidden Symbolism. Earthlights2_dmsp_big.jpg (JPEG Image, 2400x1200 pixels) - Scaled (47. 8 Photoshop Tricks I Wish I Knew when I was a Student. Graphics Photoshop is one of the (if not THE) most well known software used in the design industry when it comes to manipulating images and pixels.

8 Photoshop Tricks I Wish I Knew when I was a Student

As a web designer I had some Photoshop lessons at school but that was 2 years ago. Today the software has evolved, more options are available, and I also learn a few tricks while practicing. You will find in this article eight tricks I wish I knew when I was a student (or wish existed in previous Photoshop versions). These are the kind of tricks that could make your workflow faster and your life easier.

Easier Illustrator-like Layer Auto-Select As I do a lot of logo / UI design, I won’t hide it, I’m a huge fan of Illustrator. In Photoshop by default you have to go and select what you want to work on in the layer panel, and use a CTRL + click on the element to select it, or right-click somewhere in the working space and you’ll get a list of your layers (good luck if you did not rename them). Get Better & Quicker Control on Your Current Tool Size.