Posts Tagged ‘Tutorials’
Wouldn’t it be cool to have a way to create that canvas 3D look for your art prints? I think so! :) After some planning and exchanging ideas Alex and I came up with a way to mount my illustration reproductions on wooden blocks. The process takes some time, but we are very pleased with the result! Here is a video tutorial with step-by-step instructions on how to create great mounted prints that do not require a frame…
Hey guys! Here is my newest video and this time I put together a little tutorial for you! It is partially video, partially vector animation… Let’s get crafty and make a handy roll organizer for art brushes, pencils, other art supplies or even your makeup brushes. No matter what you are going to store and “organize” in it, the most important thing is to have fun! :)
Hey guys! A bit late, but nevertheless, here is my video number 4! It is actually a mini lesson on how to transfer inkjet print picture on a t-shirt fabric. I hope you enjoy watching it and after that you will go and make a colorful t-shirt of your own! :) Don’t forget to mirror the picture on your computer before printing it on inkjet paper! :D
It’s time for my new freebie printable coloring page! Yay! I do hope you are enjoying these! This time I have something new for you – a quick tutorial on how to color my Rondy the Elephant coloring pages on your iPad or iPhone with your fingers. Just follow the steps below!
I finally got an iPad after months of waiting! :) It is rather special for me as when I was a child and had troubles falling asleep I would imagine a little TV that I could hide under my blanket and watch all night :) I don’t watch TV any more, but iPad is even better with all the Internet, books, sketchpad, photos and much more, that I can now hide under my pillow ;)
My second Vectortuts tutorial “How to Make the Most Out of Your Vector Illustrations“ has been published.
In this tutorial I share with you my method of creating three different styles of vector illustration
based on one concept and sketch.
To read this tutorial you should become a subscriber of Vectortuts.