Simulating sugary snacks in Photoshop is the next best thing. In this tutorial you'll learn how to create a sweet, sugary text effect in Photoshop using custom brushes and layer styles. Step 1 Open a dark background image in Photoshop and crop/resize it down to 1,200 x 800 pixels. The background we're using can be found in the project files for this tutorial.
Vancouver is a gorgeous coastal city located in British Columbia, Canada. With a metro population over 2.4 million, Vancouver is of the most ethnically diverse cities in Canada with 52% of the residents speaking a non English language as their first.
Logo is one of the most important elements for several reasons. It's the representation of the business in its simplest form. Creative Logo requires really hard work and being up to date with latest design trends.
Take a seat on a Ralph Steadman original and you can be transported to Wonderland. That's not a drug reference.
The literary traditions of London are rich. So is the tradition of needing a place to sit after hours of enduring the city's crowded streets and busy transit system. The National Literacy Trust partnered with public art organization Wild in Art over the summer to bring those two fine traditions together--with the help of some of the U.K.'s more notable (and some not-yet-so) artists.
This is a remarkable collection of spectacular and dreamy waterfalls that will transport you right into the spray. The featured image above, filled with green, is Proxy Falls located along the McKenzie Pass Highway in central Oregon.
Freebies of month is a monthly collection of all type freebies. Mock-ups, web templates, icons, brush, patterns, fonts and others. There is many website where you can find freebies, but it time to find the best one.
Face painting is a great source of entertainment, children and even adults can’t resist on getting in on the fun! New Zealand-based body painting artist Christy Lewis, aka Daizy, takes face painting art to the […]
When it comes to finding clients, creative professionals live by the adage, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.”
Designers face a unique challenge: finding the best way to show employers or clients a comprehensive portfolio without overwhelming them with massive files and years worth of work.
In the past, designers used a traditional print portfolio, the purpose of which was to showcase projects that defined the designer’s brand. Since no one wanted to haul around a huge, bulky book, this type of portfolio typically focused on quality, not quantity. Today, however, designers have digital options for presenting their creative capabilities that can showcase a more complete scope of their work.
Here’s a new twist on old cars. Based in Adelaide, Australia, Dave Gartland of instrument shop Ali Kat crafts unique guitars inspired by the shapes, designs and colors of classic cars. The Classic Car Guitar series started when a client with a Surf Green 1957 Chevy Belair wanted a guitar to match his automobile. Next, […]
When thinking about tear-off ads we usually associate them with local people looking to advertise their skills. Creating tear-off advertising can be quick and practical and some big companies even use this technique of advertising. Most of us think of tear-off ads as a boring piece of white paper with tear-off contact information, you probably haven't seen these fun and clever tear-off ads.
It’s no wonder die-cut brochures can add an amazing amount of impact. The feeling one gets from viewing a well-concepted die cut is not unlike what a child experiences when viewing their favorite pop-up book.