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Often times I'll come home from a day of shooting textures and end up with a few images that just don't fit in with the rest. These are what I call the "leftover" textures. But I thought why keep all of these useful textures to myself just because I don't have a full set? I mean, sometimes the leftovers are the best part. Today I'm sharing 40 leftover textures I've accumulated over the last few months.
May 26 2011 Designers all over the world are on a constant search to find useful Photoshop brushes. This is because they know having a good collection of Photoshop brushes can save them in their time of need.
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I get a lot of requests to release more seamless textures here on L&T, so this set is for you guys.
This is a guest post by Callum Chapman , you can check out his blog at blog.callumchapman.com (where he gives away some high-quality textures, I might add) Callum was kind enough to make this awesome set of cardboard collage textures just for the readers of Lost and Taken. He spent a lot of time tearing apart cardboard boxes and then reassembling the pieces into what you see here. In the process I think he's created a really unique set of textures that should inspire a little creativity in you. A little more about the author: "Callum Chapman is a young graphic designer and illustrator based in the UK who has just enterered the demanding world of freelancing straight from college.
This amazing texture pack is the first of multiple packs being released on Media Militia exclusively from Aqueous Sun. In this pack there are a total of 50 images, all with high detail and resolution.
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Whether it’s textures , Photoshop brushes , or icons , we love finding high-quality freebies and sharing them with our readers. We try to post at least one collection of free stuff every week. We do the searching so you don’t have to.
It has been long since we posted our last free font collection (see: 20 Free Handwritten Fonts and 21 Incredible Fonts That Shouldn’t Be Free ), so we decided it’s a high time to do one more. The use of retro and vintage themes in design is still very popular, so it’s always good to have a big font collection.
Following the huge success of last year’s “World’s Biggest Ever List of Graphic Design Blogs”, we’ve decided that we should turn it into an annual event – after all, more people than ever before are blogging and the talent pool continues to grow. This year, we’ve added in some additional categories including typography and image sourcing sites to help you along your way. The list is at least 40% larger than last year and is the one stop shop for all that you could need in terms of inspiration, reference material or tools for you to use.
Microsoft Windows users Click Start, Settings, Control Panel. Open the Fonts icon by double clicking the icon. Within the Fonts window you will be able to view each of the currently installed fonts as well as install new fonts.
Even the best of us creative types struggle with what I like to call “designer’s block,” staring at a blank canvas in your favorite graphics editing program for hours.
Though there’s a broad variety of fonts available for download online, designers keep on tracing the fresh ones to enhance their design copy, a website, brochure, or even an advertisement in a brand new an’ awesome way.
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