Posts Tagged ‘Resources’
If you’re looking for an architectural design software to start designing your future home, or probably to help you with your school projects, the following article will help you to make a wise choice regarding the best suited architectural design software for you.
While I was student in architecture, I was pretty confused with the options that I had at that time. It was 2003 and my second year, so as everyone picked up a software, I had to pick one myself. After searching like crazy through forums, and talking with my colleagues I started to use Archicad, as it seemed the best fit for what we had to do… That seemed
to work fine, until I wanted to create more complex 3D objects, and to rotate them easily… At that time, Archicad was a bit dumb in that area, so I switched to Allplan, and stayed with it ever since.
Illustrator is a very powerful tool when you know how to work with it, and the next couple of tutorials will help you have a better understanding of what it can be done, and will serve as a source of inspiration for you future works. Enjoy and prosper.
For anyone in the print industry, we’ll share methods and resources that you’ll hopefully find helpful. For others, this article will shed light on what it’s like to work for a design firm. You’ll gain in-depth insight not only into the methods of professional print designers but also into the marketing implications of their work.
Ok, now this tutorial is one of my favorites, and if you haven’t seen it yet, you definitely should check it out, it has a video and it goes step by step.
I have found these cool websites sharing vector shapes, and illustrator resources while browsing the net for some resources. Hope you find these cool, and if you have any resources of your own that you would like to share with our readers, please insert one in the comment section below. I have sorted the following resources by the website design and the vector quality.
Hope you will find a good use for these awesome illustrator shapes and vectors.
5. Vector Magic
6. Vector Vaco
Leave your interesting or creative comment in the section below, make it count.
Featured Photoshop Brushes Collection
[for all of you web artists out there, don't feel neglected]
This week I stumbled upon a new source for photoshop brushes, since I’m working on some projects, and sharing is caring so here you go fellas. This Photoshop Brushes Resource comes from brusheezy.com, and you will discover soon enough if you have the curiosity to check, that you’ll find much more than just brushes on the website. If you need textures, premade psd files and other resources like shapes, stiles and gradients, they’re all in one place. That being said,
Enjoy and Prosper
Of course, as always, you can leave your interesting or creative comment in the section bellow.
Rich Free Photoshop Brushes Collection
The Web Designers section of the website was a little bit neglected, so here is a resource for the Photoshop savvy, because sooner or later you will need new brushes and although you can create them yourselves, finding some pre-made is always better and less time consuming. So without further ado, as the author of the free photoshop brushes collection says:
Every good designer needs an arsenal of brushes to use within Photoshop, whether its a grunge effect or some tehno swirls that are required there is sure to be a brush that fits your needs. Here we have dugg out the very best we could find. If there isn’t a suitable brush, we have also included some links on how to create your own.
So there you go, enjoy and leave your “interesting or creative comment bellow”.