Many companies are leveraging illustrations powerfully to establish their brand identities. There’s no reason why you cannot do the same for your brand. In this article we share insights into How to Make Your Branding Project Awesome With Illustrations.
The design process cannot be complete without such a helpful skill as sketching. Sketching can be applied differently in the design process. Everything depends on what you are working on. Let’s look at Why Sketching is Important and its Role in the Design Process.
Graphic design is the face of all online commerce. Whether an artist is drawing something by hand on a tablet, photoshopping pictures, or crafting a unique marketing page, the right software is essential. There are plenty of options out there—some paid, some free—but it can be hard to decide which program is best. In this article we share the 5 Best Design Software for Students.
In this digital world, pen and ink illustrations remain relevant because they are cost-effective, convenient, and portable. Artists can use pen and ink to draw a piece of art and then quickly transfer it into the digital environment using software like Photoshop, Piranesi, Poser, and others. In this article, we discuss Everything You Need to Know About Pen and Ink Illustration.
The key to creating attention-grabbing illustrations? It’s not your tools or training—it’s your perspective!
In this amazing! Skillshare course learn along online with Author and Illustrator Emiliano Ponzi The Art of Illustration: Find, Develop and Express Your Creative Voice.
Do you know colors increased web recognition by 80%?. Colors make designs come alive! Not only does it attract the attention of the onlookers, but it also influences a person’s mood and emotions. In this article we share some insights Colour Combinations to Inspire Your Next Design.
What comes to your mind when you heard the terms ‘Graphic designer’ and ‘Illustrator’? You may think that both are a related profession. Well, in both professions, professionals do the same type of work. But, there is a fine line that separates both creative fields.
In this book review article, we will be taking a look at Book of Ideas by Radim Malinic a book that has been on my to get and read list for so long now I just had to send for it. I contacted Radim and asked if he would sign our copy for us which he did, so I would like to thank him once again for signing our copy of the book.
Wasting no time as soon as it came I polished it off within a few days and thoroughly enjoyed every second of it I literally could not put it down until I finished it. Well, you know what I mean… I did need to break off from it from time to time to run the business and get on with client work and content creation but every spare moment I got it was in my hands. A book I will definitely be going back from time to time.
Book of ideas by Radim Malinic is what he describes as the diary he never had, I think the idea behind this book was to provide inspiration and ideas to the reader hence the title of the book “Book of ideas.” And it does exactly that!
Today’s designer interview is with Von Glitschka,
Von is principal of Glitschka Studios a small boutique design firm located in the Pacific Northwest. His diverse range of illustrative design has been used by some of the most respected brands in the world. He creatively collaborates with ad agencies, design firms, in-house corporate art departments, and small businesses to produce compelling visual narratives. He is also the author of the book Vector Basic Training (Second Edition) which is a very good book i recommend owning.
In this post i would like to share some art work that caught my attention, it’s from Philippines-based artist Risa Odil, As a Marvel fan growing up loving superheros and loving all the Marvel Movies that are been released it comes as no surprise that something like this would catch my eyes.