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Designsmag - Web Design, Photography & Fashion

Designsmag - Web Design, Photography & Fashion
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Resources - The Graphic Mac You may recall that I’ve written about Advise in the past, but they’ve changed their name and domain to adJelly. If you missed my previous write-up about them, adJelly offers a fantastic collection of specs for all the most popular social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, LinkedIn and more. You simply select the social media site you’re creating ads, images or graphics for in the left column and you’re presented with all the specs you’ll need. The site is particularly useful for designers because sites like Facebook offer numerous options for sizes. For instance, Facebook offers sizes for single image ads, carousel ads, video ads, video slideshow ads, cover and profile images, post images, event images and more. Plus, specs change frequently, and some sites don’t make it easy to find the specs (I’m looking at you, Facebook!). You can also download PSD and Sketch Packs to use in building your graphics.

World’s Best Father documents what an amazing parent he is [30 pictures] In this ongoing series from photographer Dave Engledow, we get real insight into what it means to be an amazingly good dad. You may think some of the images show him being something less than exemplary in his parenting, but you’d be wrong and he has the mug to prove it… (via Pleated Jeans, Sad and Useless)

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Matomeno Tips & Tutorials | Digital Artist - The Best in Digital Art - Tips, Tricks and Advice | Digital Artist Magazine Looking for disc files? Click here Improve your portrait paintings by ensuring you get the perfect hues for your skin Mix textures with illustrations for realistic fantasy maps Create authentic demons by sourcing ideas from traditional and modern mythology Take inspiration from winter and start working on a character created out of ice Quick tip for drawing the mythical hippogriff Use this great tip for improving your steampunk pictures by ensuring your metals gleam A quick tip for the best way to use colour in your manga work Learn how to draw convincing evil witch poses in issue 39 of Fantasy Artist Immerse yourself in Frazetta's style and paint better fantasy femme characters This Japanese digital art program is popular with manga artists. We demonstrate the basics of how to find your way around it

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Skirt Flirt "Doubie Vision" by Ho Ryon Lee Maybe it's our lingering jetlag in London, but these realistic, blurred motion paintings by Ho Ryon Lee are messing with our heads this morning. A little tease, a nice recreation of a dream state from the Seoul, Korea-based artist. (via) 123 Inspiration Designers:Watch - The Must-See Design & Art Documentaries. Free Steampunk Collage Sheets Another great source of steampunk imagery is Wikimedia Commons. You kind of have to dig for it, it's not as easy as typing steampunk into the search box, but if you try other keywords like diving, dirigible, gears, clockwork, Victorian, patent diagram, and so forth you may turn up something that suits your needs. Here are a few fine examples of the treasure to be found... An illustration from Jules Verne's classic novel "20,000 Leagues Under The Sea" depicting a squid or octopus seen through the viewbay of The Nautilus. A page full of images of very steampunk looking flying machines, balloons and dirigibles mainly.

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