Think of all the children’s’ books you have ever seen in your life. Don’t you love how colorful and vibrant they are? The pictures are always so vivid and eye catching. I love how even though all children’s books share these similarities, they also have defining illustrative styles. Some books use watercolor paintings printed on the pages, others use a mix of painting and collage, others are all digitally illustrated while others look like they were created with ripped paper and set up as a colorful collage.
This is a very good exercise to experiment with the consistency of your own style: if you like to draw in curvy lines, try to adapt angular characters!
Enjoy creating amazing graphics and customizing posters, stickers, buttons and apparel with the awesome vector resources that you will find on Freepik!
The last book I read was a hardback novel about the story of an estranged Sri Lankan family with plenty of drama and emotional upheaval. It was the kind of book you start and have to read through without putting it down. At the end of the book there was a little footnote saying how and why the author had chosen to print the book with the Garamond typeface. That got me thinking; I was pretty used to this font in books and had never really wondered why it was so. Let’s learn a bit about the Garamond typeface and why it is used in the printing of books, making them so pleasurable to read.
During this month, new tutorials and courses will be added to the 3D collection for all levels: beginner, intermediate and advanced! Discover them now.
Choosing colors can be, for some people, the hardest part of design! Thankfully, there are many color tools to help you make the best color choices.
When a big company introduces a change in their logotype, the Internet studies it to the millimeter. This is what happened to the Google logo!
Photographers know very well the meaning of a good color management, since they often have to obtain physical copies of their pictures.
As you’re reading the title of this article, you’re probably thinking to yourself, “Why would I sketch everything? My drawing is terrible!” Stop right there! You’ve got to think more positive about your artistic abilities. Sure, you may not be great at drawing, but that has nothing to do with your ability to sketch regularly. There are several benefits to sketching, and keeping an open mind is a great way to start discovering those benefits.
Grabient has become a top downloaded gradient tool in Product Hunt in a very little time, allowing to easily create gradients and share them!