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Illustration tutorials for technical and automotive illustrators and art students Updated: December 29, 2014 This illustration tutorial site is designed to provide helpful information related to computer graphics, automotive illustration and technical drawing. Listed below are detailed tutorials and step-by-step drawing lessons for all skill levels, from the beginner art student to the intermediate and advanced professional technical illustrator or automotive illustrator. Additionally, there are step-by-step Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop tutorials, tool tips and actions or key command shortcuts that are specifically designed for art students, professional illustrators and digital artists of all types. The illustration tutorials on this site are updated, revised and added to periodically. Upon re-visiting a tutorial page, we suggest that you re-cache your browser to make sure you are viewing the correct images. If you have any technical questions or comments regarding these tutorials please don't hesitate to contact us through the Facebook links below.

Handmade Charlotte | DIY Crafts and Design for Kids Kaism Luke Luke Luke | Craft Monomoda just posted a small article on Australian designer Bianca Chang and her paper letters. Cutting the the same form over and over with subtle shape differences, Bianca has developed a lovely new take on sculptural typography. Makes me want to grab a ruler, a blade, and some 100% recycled paper, and get slicing! Bianca also works at Frost Design in Sydney. Paper art, or craft/tactile design, or the DIY movement, or whatever you want to call it was no doubt huge around three years ago, but seems to have exhausted it’s fifteen minutes as of recent. Owen turned it up a notch with a number of his recent pieces, and its really stoking my curiosities of the craftier side of design. From what I can gather, La Bolleur is a Dutch artist collective that builds excellent mini golf courses. You’ve probably seen the work of Chrissie MacDonald somewhere along the way, having done paper/craft work for some pretty major clients, including Creative Review.

Design | Colossal | Page 4 Merging two of the ultimate pastimes—books and puzzles—the Codex Silenda has to be physically solved in order to read it. And no, these aren’t simple word games and math problems, but rather deviously complicated mechanical puzzles crafted from laser-cut wood that are embedded within each part of this 5-page book. The solution to each puzzle physically unlocks the next page. As the reader moves through the book a short story is also revealed, etched on pages opposite the puzzles. The Codex Silenda was created by industrial designer Brady Whitney who is currently funding the it as project on Kickstarter. The jeweler Secret Wood (previously) has been producing even more miniature cities and landscapes, each ethereal universe living inside a resin geometric dome on top of their handmade wooden rings. Tasarım Takarım (I Wear Design) is a Turkish jewelry company that converts children’s illustrations into finely crafted silver and gold jewelry. Graphic designer Matt W.

ArchDaily | Broadcasting Architecture Worldwide Rude Mechanicals Designer reinventa a porta e o resultado é muito mais legal do que poderíamos imaginar Parece tirado de um qualquer filme de ficção científica, mas a criação é bem real e veio do austríaco Klemens Torggler. Ele está desde 1997 trabalhando no sentido de reinventar a forma como abrimos portas. O sistema que criou permite abri-las e fechá-las com um simples movimento, como se fosse mágica. Acabaram-se as dobradiças e até as portas deslizantes podemos dispensar. Com Torggler, o sistema é mais eficaz que isso e até permite que as portas sejam instaladas em qualquer lugar, o que é especialmente bom pra quem tem falta de espaço. É difícil explicar o fenômeno, que usa lâminas, barras de metal, geometria e pura física, por isso o melhor é assistir aos vídeos: O maior perigo é mesmo o de entalar os dedos nessa engenhoca. todas as fotos e vídeos © Klemens Torggler

MANOTECA - Italian handmade pezzo unico FEITA PARA RECEBER Nesse apartamento, no bairro de Alto de Pinheiros, em São Paulo, somente os banheiros não sofreram grandes mudanças. Todos os outros cômodos ganharam nova vida pelas mãos da arquiteta Cristina Rocha Andrade e da designer Patrícia Rocha. Os novos acabamentos escolhidos foram o suficiente para que o lar desse casal com três filhos adolescentes recebesse uma carga extra de personalidade. Da planta original, com 280 m², pouca coisa mudou: o quebra-quebra limitou-se apenas à dispensa da cozinha – que virou copa – e varanda, que teve a tradicional churrasqueira de carvão substituída por um modelo a gás, mais prático e bacana. Perfeita para receber visitas e familiares, a ala social incorporou a sala de jantar, estar e home theater, com suas áreas delimitadas apenas pelos móveis muito bem distribuídos.

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