by 4vector.com Using Photoshop for your artwork is the way of the future! Not only can you remove mistakes with a simple hotkey, but you also don’t have to worry about the mess that is associated with real world watercolor. No longer do you require paper, water and colors. With Photoshop, everything is done with […]Read more "World Class Watercolor Design Freebies"
By WebdesignerDepot Staff All the time freelance web designers spend in coffee shops was bound to rub off sooner or later; whether it’s the hipster style aesthetic, or the dramatic scale they allow us to work on, everybody loves chalk art on blackboards. Lettering experts have been incorporating this style in their work for a couple […]Read more "Free Download: Chalk Vector Elements"
November 27, 2015 by Caleb Ward Need to spice up your holiday designs? Check out these 12 amazing free Christmas fonts! Much like Christmas sweaters, many Christmas fonts are notoriously tacky. However, that’s not to say there aren’t some great Christmas fonts out there. Let’s take a look at a few of the best Christmas fonts online. Quick Note: […]Read more "Black Friday: 12 Free Christmas Fonts for Spreading Holiday Cheer"
July 31, 2012 by Rampant Design Tools Discovering After Effects is a totally free training series that will get you up to speed and working with After Effects in little to no time. This series covers the basics up through advanced techniques that will help you become proficient in Adobe After Effects and look like […]Read more "Discovering After Effects Free Training Series"
January 21, 2012 By Danny Greer In this post we’ve rounded up 10 of the best websites for getting ideas and inspiration for your next project. Highlighting the best in video editing, production and broadcast design, these sites are constantly being updated with the most interesting work in the industry. Motiongraphics.nu For those interested in broadcast design […]Read more "10 Sites for Motion Graphics, Video Production and Editing Inspiration"
August 29, 2011 by http://www.artofthetitle.com Remember when your heart sank just a little when you realized the Pink Panther movie wasn’t a cartoon? Then, only a few years later, seeing Edward Gorey’s eerily fantastic opening to “Mystery!” capped with Vincent Price’s name on a headstone had your head spinning at the thought of the kind […]Read more "Inspiration For Your Titles via Art-of-the-Title"
April 1, 2011 by VideoMaker, Contributing Editor Jim Stinson When you light a set or location, you’re not just cranking out lumens to get a good f-stop. You’re painting the scene with light, and a powerful painting tool in your kit is the cookie. Cookies are big cards with patterns carved out of them and […]Read more "Lighting Design: Making Cookies"
May 4, 2010 by Adam Berenstain, Macworld.com A good Keynote presentation requires a number of critical elements: an engaging presenter, compelling information, and beautiful slides. Apple’s Apple’s Keynote ’09 () can provide that last part, with 44 themes––the styled slide templates crafted by Apple’s designers. But even Apple’s elegant templates can’t suit every occasion, and you […]Read more "Restock your Keynote themes"
March 14, 2010 3D Text by Tony Terrana, Synthaxis of Artbeats Watch as Final Cut certified trainer, Tony Terrana creatively integrates stock footage and the standard toolset of FCP 7 into an innovative design. You’ll learn how to create 3D text, isolate colors for that Pleasantville look, nest clips, use composite modes, map video to […]Read more "3-D Text in FCP"
February 11, 2010 Simply Colorful by Steve Holmes, Energi Design Motion design in After Effects can be as complex or simple as you desire-that’s down to your own design aesthetics and execution, and of course, the project at hand. Whether you need thousands of intricate layers forming rich and beautiful tapestries of color and detail, […]Read more "FREE TUTORIALs and Take Advantage of Artbeats Daily Free Clip Program"