Today, I am going to show you how to create a vector, cartoon monster eye in 5 extremely easy steps. This is another one of those beginner tutorials that can be achieved in under 5 minutes flat, with a little bit of practice. I like to use this kind of technique to create a library of vectors that I can then later use and reuse in my illustration pieces. You can also experiment with gradients, different eye colors and placements to get a different eye each time.
This simple technique will reduce banding and streaking so your gradients look nice and smooth. Before you think about altering your colors, make you try this first.
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Who would have thought that musical instruments could be custom painted? Besides Van Halen, that is… The most popular painted musical instruments are guitars, as you will see yourselves in this article, but some talented artists have laid their magic fingers on violins and cellos too. From what I’ve seen people tend to use traditional…
Teehan+Lax has put together iPhone GUI PSD and Palm Pre GUI PSD to help designers pitch and develop polished concepts using a tool their pretty familiar with, Photoshop. The elements are built with vectors for easy editing and scaling.
I’ve collected some of the best texture tutorials I know of and hope these will inspire! Enjoy! :)
in this tutorial we are going to see how to create a stone textured text.