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EzOrigami Difficulty: ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ (Simple) In this video, I demonstrate how to fold an Origami Enneagram designed by Dáša Ševerová. This is a great modular model, and it's quite simple to fold! Enjoy the video! Special thanks to Dáša Ševerová for granting me permission to create this video! To see more of Dáša's fantastic work, please visit: Also, several models designed by Dáša and I were recently published in Meenakshi Mukerji's latest book, "Wondrous One Sheet Origami." If you have any suggestions for future videos, please leave a comment below! (Model demonstrated by Evan Zodl)

Artes Finais | Tag Archive | revistas Para os amantes do design editorial e do cinema. A revista britânica bi-mensal Little White Lies já está entre nós desde Março/Abril de 2005. É composta por 120 páginas dedicadas ao cinema, destacando em cada edição um filme como tema principal. Cada rubrica é personalizada oferecendo-nos uma verdadeira obra de arte através da perfeita conjunção de elementos gráficos, tipografia, ilustração, fotografia e conteúdo. Nesta última edição a Little White Lies presenteou-nos este video: “A magazine was born” “We wanted to make a short film that captured some of the love, care and hand-crafted passion that goes into the making of an issue of LWLies. Podem acompanhar este trabalho cuja direcção de arte é da autoria de Paul Willoughby em

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Dresses, Cute Dresses, Indie, Retro & Vintage-Style Dresses | ModCloth On the hunt for cute dresses? Today's your lucky day! Whether you seek party dresses or casual dresses in bright hues or classic neutrals, you're sure to find a vintage-style or indie dress to treasure from our great selection of cute dresses. Looking for the perfect party frock for a birthday fete, school dance, or special occasion? Choose from our amazing variety of cute dresses, including ret...More Looking for the perfect party frock for a birthday fete, school dance, or special occasion? Cute dresses are also great for casual and everyday wear. Cute dresses are definitely a closet staple, and work for any season or occasion. Close

Les Origami de Senbazuru - L'origami facile Le dodécaèdre rhombique est une forme géométrique composé de 12 (comme son nom l'indique) losanges accolés. Celui-ci est de Nick Robinson et j'ai choisi de le convertir en boule de Noël. Il vous faudra donc 12 feuilles pour le faire, de format standard A. Mais attention, pas aussi grand que des feuilles A4 si vous voulez pas vous retrouver avec un origami énorme !!! J'ai pris ici des rectangles de format A6, soit de 10,5 x 14,85 cm. Cette étoile, créée par Javier Caboblanco, est composée de 8 carrés de papier ( ici de 7,5 cm de côté ). Voici une petite décoration de Noël très facile à faire, parfait pour occuper les enfants (et les grands ). L'origami d'aujourd'hui est un modèle modulaire de Herman Van Goubergen. Et pour ceux qui ont encore plus de patience, avec 30 modules, vous pouvez aussi plier l'icosidodécahèdre, où chaque triangle est entouré de 3 pentagones et chaque pentagone est entouré de 5 triangles : Voici un origami très impressionnant de Yami Yamauchi. Et hop ! Lire Plus…

Illustrator * Overprinting By default, when you print opaque, overlapping colors, the top color knocks out the area underneath. Overprinting prevents knockouts and makes the topmost overlapping printing ink appear transparent in relation to the underlying ink. Where colors printed from separate plates overlap or adjoin one another, press misregistration can cause gaps between colors on the final output. To compensate for potential gaps between colors in artwork, print shops use a technique called trapping to create a small area of overlap (called a trap ) between two adjoining colors. About overprinting By default, when you print opaque, overlapping colors, the top color knocks out the area underneath. You may want to overprint in the following situations: Overprint black ink to aid in registration. Colors knocked out (by default) and with overprinting Set up overprinting Select the object or objects that you want to overprint. Overprint black Select all the objects you might want to overprint. Choose File > Print.

Mod Podge Photos {On Canvas} This is what your finished product can look like! Darling of course, and the perfect gift for those Grandmas and Grandpas, or even yourself! Mod Podge Photo Tutorial: Part I What you will need: Pre-stretched canvas Cute paper pre-cut to fit the sides of your canvas Cute photo's Wax Paper towel Acrylic/Craft Paint Step 1: Apply a thin coat of mod podge to your entire canvas, sides included. Step 2: Have your strips ready? Once Mod Podge is Dry, you will re-paint an additional thin layer on one side of your canvas. I wanted to make sure that my edges would stick, and stick well. Step 3: Place your strip of paper along the edge of your canvas. Your edges don't have to meet up exactly together. You can cover the exposed canvas with paint in a few more steps. Step 4: Photo Application If you didn't already tear off a large piece of wax paper, DO IT NOW! I also pre-cut my photo 1/8 inch on each size so that there was no edge overlap. Step 5: Turn the photo over and smooth it onto your canvas. Voila! Done!

Magnolia Rouge: Round up | Lace back Wedding dresses Top 10 Tips: Preparing images for print - Features Getting printed output that matches what you see on screen is a bugbear of most graphic designers and digital artists, so here's the colour geeks at Colour Confidence's guide to producing perfect prints. Before we begin, it almost goes without saying that a precisely calibrated? monitor is the first step towards ensuring that the images you are preparing? Right, let’s get started. Tip 1: Set your preferences In the Adobe Colour Preferences (Edit > Color Settings) in Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign, set your RGB working colour space to Adobe RGB and the CMYK working colour space to Coated FOGRA39. Selecting the ‘Europe Prepress 3’ preset in CS5 apps will pre-configure these accordingly. One trick to ensure your colour spaces are matched -- and save a bit of time -- is to set this in Adobe Bridge. Tip 2: Always select ‘Preserve Embedded Profiles’ Tip 3: Stay in RGB as long as possible Tip 4: Proof before converting Tip 5: Keep an RGB copy Tip 6: CMYK matching Tip 7: RGB first, CMYK last

V and Co how to: jersey knit bracelet i don't know what it is about this time of year that makes me just want to have my bare feet in the sand, be watching the sun setting into the ocean, and breathing in the warm salty air of the i get older, more and more i find myself missing that place i used to go to almost as a teen. (my skin doesn't miss it. as a matter of fact, i now wish i listened more and DID put SPF on my face...hindsight is 20/20). my mom calls me from her walk on the beach almost every morning...*sigh*yeah, i get a little homesick around this time of the year. heck on my pinterest my "dreaming of summer" has the most pictures in it. ah yes. i miss my ocean. case in point. this bracelet, brought a flood of memories, not because i used to have one like it but because i can totally see me wearing it by the beach, not caring that it's gotten salty and wet, because i can totally make another one in like less than 5 minutes flat when i get home. *sigh* okay... *cut off excess tails!

MAGAZINE ENVELOPES 18K+ Well I got this idea from our friend Nina. She was making these super cute envelopes out of scrapbook paper and I really wanted to make some! So I came home and made some! You will need: An old magazine, scissors, an envelope, a glue stick and a Sharpie. Tear out some magazine pages that you like. Carefully pull the envelope apart. Trace the envelope on a magazine page. Cut the envelope shape out. Turn the envelope over as well as the magazine cut-out. Unfold everything and separate the magazine cut-out from the envelope. Glue the bottom flap down to the two side flaps. And you've made your own envelope! The great thing about making these envelopes our of magazine pages is that the envelopes have a character all of their own.

Illustrator * Creating Adobe PDF files Portable Document Format (PDF) is a universal file format that preserves the fonts, images, and layout of source documents created on a wide range of applications and platforms. Adobe PDF is the standard for the secure, reliable distribution and exchange of electronic documents and forms around the world. Adobe PDF files are compact and complete, and can be shared, viewed, and printed by anyone with free Adobe Reader® software. Adobe PDF is highly effective in print publishing workflows. By saving a composite of your artwork in Adobe PDF, you create a compact, reliable file that you or your service provider can view, edit, organize, and proof. Then, at the appropriate time in the workflow, your service provider can either output the Adobe PDF file directly, or process it using tools from various sources for such post-processing tasks as preflight checks, trapping, imposition, and color separation. When you save in Adobe PDF, you can choose to create a PDF/X-compliant file.