PATER NOSTER - Ligthelm Speak we're listening. ANOMALY Teaser KYEKYE | Honest Affection Tutorial: How I use real paper in digital illustration — DADAPIXEL Over the past few weeks, I've been sharing some "material" experiments - illustrations using real paper textures, inspired by the work Carl Kleiner did for Google. I've had lots of requests for downloadable versions of the illustrations I've shared, so I thought I'd provide that here on Dada, but add a bonus: a tutorial explaining how I actually made them. I'll keep my example simple and brief, and let your imagination use my explanation to create something cool. Here's what you'll need: JOHNNY MILLER PHOTOGRAPHY <header id='header'><h1><a href='/'>JOHNNY MILLER</a></h1></header><nav id='menu'><a href="/SPRINGS/SPRING/1/">SPRING</a><a href="/SPRINGS/SUMMER/1/">SUMMER</a><a href="/SPRINGS/FALL/1/">FALL</a><a href="/SPRINGS/WINTER/1/">WINTER</a><a href="/COMMISSIONED/FOOD-+-DRINK/1/">FOOD + DRINK</a><a href="/COMMISSIONED/01/1/">01</a><a href="/COMMISSIONED/TARGET/1/">TARGET</a><a href="/FOOD/01/1/">01</a><a href="/FOOD/02/1/">02</a><a href="/FOOD/AMY-CHAPLIN/1/">AMY CHAPLIN</a><a href="/FOOD/DEHYDRATED-TOMATOES/1/">DEHYDRATED TOMATOES</a><a href="/STILL-LIFE/1/">STILL LIFE</a><a href="/INTERIORS/1/">INTERIORS</a><a href="/MEMORY/1/">MEMORY</a><a href="/DRINKS/1/">DRINKS</a><a href="/WATER/1/">WATER</a><a href="/PEOPLE/1/">PEOPLE</a><a href="/BEAUTY/1/">BEAUTY</a><a href="/KIT-BAG-1963-1971/1/">KIT BAG 1963-1971</a><a href="/EMBROIDERY-WORKSHOPS/1/">EMBROIDERY WORKSHOPS</a><a href="/DEBRA-WINGER'S-SCRAPBOOK-/1/">DEBRA WINGER'S SCRAPBOOK </a><a href="/MRS.
all images (c) mehmet nevzat erdogan Next ASKWebsiteArchive see the complete story here add me on facebook 17 notes | 2 months ago the boy in the attic The Scarcity Project - paulogoldstein.com The Scarcity Project Scarcity is Beautiful “What if instead off adding one redistributes what is there already?” This Self-Taught Teenager Draws Mind-Bending 3D Art With Regular Pencils João “J Desenhos” Carvalho is sixteen years old, entirely self-taught, and draws with supplies you could find at any Wal-Mart. Here’s what the results look like: Share on Pinterest The Missing Cheatsheet For Brilliant Color Combinations Our world is filled with color. When presented in one of its infinite variations it can do everything from convey a message or even influence an emotion. Writing on color can be found all the way through history, from the journals of Leonardo Da Vinci to analysis of the inks chosen by painters of the Renaissance. And it’s of particular importance when it comes to the world of design. Whether you’re drafting up the UX of a website or brainstorming a new brand identity, it’s essential to get a handle on the basics of color.
Julianne Popa spring summer autumn winter échecs How To Create a Realistic Money Effect in Photoshop The classic illustration style used on money is something I’ve always wanted to figure out how to replicate in Photoshop. There’s plenty of Photoshop tutorials that show how to create a basic halftone line effect, but they never quite capture that authentic engraved look with plenty of shading and tone. After lots of trial and error I finally managed to figure it out, so here’s an in depth tutorial on how to create a realistic money illustration effect in Photoshop (with some help from Illustrator!). The effect we’ll be creating in today’s tutorial is this vintage engraved or etched illustration style that builds up the tonal areas of an image with lots of tiny lines. Unlike the basic halftone line effect used in other tutorials, this method actually uses curved and wavy lines that vary in weight to produce an accurate replica of this classic illustration technique.