40 Must Learn Text Effect Tutorials in Illustrator Tutorials January 31, 2011 The love of creating text effects has become a common ground for many designers and enthusiasts. Indeed, it has even become an art form in itself. It would be best to learn from other artists every now and then. Create a Green Viscous Text Effect In this tutorial you will use illustrator’s 3D tools to add dimension on the text, and then add a green viscous text effect.. Learn to Create a Variety of Script Lettering This tutorial will showcase three different approaches, which result in three different script lettering styles. starting with a nice simple basic script, touch on a more athletic inspired lettering style and work along the way to a classic, fancy script. How to create a glassy text effect in Illustrator This tutorial will teach how to create a glassy text effect in Illustrator. How to Create an Entangled Lettering Illustration A two part tutorial where you will learn how to create a brief typographic message from scratch. Create a Mummy Text Effect
100 Extensive University Libraries from Around the World that Anyone Can Access Universities house an enormous amount of information and their libraries are often the center of it all. You don't have to be affiliated with any university to take advantage of some of what they have to offer. From digital archives, to religious studies, to national libraries, these university libraries from around the world have plenty of information for you. Digital Libraries Capturing images of manuscripts, art, and artifacts, digital libraries are an excellent way of both preserving the past and sharing it with everyone. Harvard University Library. International Digital Libraries These digital libraries either have a focus on a culture other than that of the United States or are housed in another country. The Digital South Asia Library. Texts These libraries offer books or texts for you to read online and free of charge. Universal Digital Library. Medical Libraries These libraries offer medical information for both the professional and the lay person. Welch Medical Library. Legal Libraries
Inspiring Examples of Negative Space in Logo Design Here on WDL we really like negative space and the concept surrounding it, specially when it comes to logos. For those not familiar with the term, negative space is all that empty space around and between elements in a design, it’s the space that some designers use to give a nice and unique touch to things. Using the space around a logo is a clever way to give it a beautiful and elegant look, so instead of adding elements you can use the empty space to strengthen the meaning of the design. About the Author Gisele Muller loves communication, technology, web, design, movies, gastronomy and creativity. Web writer, portuguese/english translator and co founder of @refilmagem & @mentaway Twitter: @gismullr Related Posts 460 shares Colorful Logos for Your Inspiration We’ve rounded up some examples of logo designs that make excellent use of color. Read More 499 shares 30 Free Vintage Logo Templates Looking for some high quality vintage logos or insignias?
Фото и рисунки, арт и креативная реклама After Effects Tutorial: 60+ Kick Ass Effects In the last few months I have written a couple of posts about motion graphics. Although I have only dabbled in After Effects, it is still one of the things that intrigues me most. After Effects is a really cool software that allows you create vibrant motions graphics just like the movies. So if you are thinking of making a meteor hitting the earth with a smoke trail or just graffiti writing on a wall in 3D, this post is a must see. So what are you waiting for…why not try one out? Want more articles on Motion Graphics? Cool Computer Animated Videos Motion Graphics: 40 Most beautiful and creative motion reels Create A Realistic Glass Reflection Create A Realistic Glass Reflection Reverse Shatter Tutorial Reverse Shatter Tutorial Energy – Create a complex energy scene with CC particle world Energy - Create a complex energy scene with CC particle world Leap Into Hancock-Style Super Jump Effect Leap Into Hancock-Style Super Jump Effect Animate An Underground Map Without Keyframes In Motion 4
XML Grid Image Gallery By Blue_Chi | Flash CS3 | ActionScript 3.0 | Intermediate|Page 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 In this section of the tutorial we are going to add simple fade-in effects to all of the images in the gallery. We are going create these transitions using the Tween Class which is a class designed to make animating any property dead easy. This section will be divided into the following sections: Importing the Tween Class. Importing the Tween Class The Tween Class is an ActionScript class that has no graphical assets, but it still needs to be imported for it to function. import fl.controls.ProgressBar; import fl.transitions.Tween; import fl.transitions.easing.*; import fl.transitions.TweenEvent; That should let us use the Tween Class as we wish in our code. Fading in Each Thumb once it Loads We will make the appearance of our thumbs nicer we will add a basic Tween that fade sit in instead of having it just pop up the way it does. Please review the AS3 Tween Class tutorial to learn more about this subject.