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Right there is a new preview for a new and up and coming detailed tutorial!
Final Product, what you will be creating:
Within this video we learn how to create a really simplistic but also eye catching abstract desktop wall paper design. We archive this by using simple brushes and overlay techniques.
Colour overlay Layer-
- Purple: #8C1482
- Red: #96091D
- Blue: #138BCC
Pale Yellow Gradient -
- #E1E9A0 to #E5E696
Pale Green Gradient
- #A4C855 – #CCEA89
Abstract brush pack vol. 7
Abstract brush pack vol. 8
Abstract brush pack vol. 10
Thanks for watching!
Don’t forget to PM me your Photoshop creations!
In this video I go over the best easy cap set-up available. It’s the cheapest, most simple and also offers the highest quality compared to other set-ups such as the ‘splitter’ method.
In order to use this set-up you will need some sort of available output (from TV, Amp or any other unit your console may pass through. ) If you do not meet these requirements other less preferred methods such as the splitter method are recommended.
What you will need.
- Male to Male (connections) RCA/composite cables (red, white and yellow cable)
- And of course an available output ( as mentioned above)
The cable and EasyCap can be found quite cheap on online resellers such as Amazon or eBay.
*View some of my other EasyCap Videos*
Easy Cap setup Tutorial: Capturing Colour:
Xbox 360 Easycap quality test MW2 [new set-up]
EasyCap FAQ video
Remember if you have any questions please feel free to leave a comment or send me a PM!
Thanks for watching!
A video time lapse to one of my newest creations within Photoshop. The image is inspired by retro/old poster design or coloured stripes.
Music: Girls Like You – The Naked And Famous
If you would like a tutorial for this poster, please like/comment and I will get onto it ASAP!
I bring you another animation using Cinema 4D. This animation is mixed to Don Diablo’s Animale (Club Mix), with all visuals inspired and learnt via Grey Scale Gorilla’s Cinema 4D tutorial.
The tutorial viewed here:
Song: Animale [Club Mix] – Don Diablo Ft. Dragonette
The animation was produced over a couple of weeks, with multiple camera angles, shots and edits consuming all my time.
Hope you all enjoy, I shall have more animations up soon!
Final Image here: http://acj.cc/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Meteorites-tut.jpg
Within this Photoshop tutorial we quickly show you how to create an easy to make meteorite effect using simple filters and blending options.
Please leave a comment on what tutorials you would like me to make.
Don’t forget to check out my websites for more digital art and tutorials.
These images where created in a series of Movie menu/navigational slides for a Multimedia. The images where to be inspired by the poster that we originally designed previously, this can be viewed here. The assignment at hand was to create an image computation showing proper editing and masking techniques. All images are sourced of Google (credited within the psd file) and not taken/created myself as this was not the focus of the assignment. All image rights are reserved by image owners.
*Note: Click images for larger preview.
Thanks everyone who took the time and submitted, there were some fantastic quotes submitted which really made this an enjoyable contest for me to judge!
So getting to the good part! These are our winners for our giveaway:
- Michelle W
- Denny O
- Megan M
- Giselle R
- Mark O
- Emily B
- Ali V
- Taylor D
- Thomas C
The respective winners will all be emailed back with further instruction. Thanks again to everyone who submitted, if you didn’t win or would like a free Tobuscus sticker keep tuned for more Tobuscus fuelled competitions!
This is an overview on the ideas behind creating a creative logo, in the coming weeks I will be making another tutorial on how to actually build a site logo looking at many aspects of other famous logos.
I recommend having a read of the smashing book 2 which is an amazing and in-depth read into the many different elements of design and development.
View the book here:
All logo images where sourced from http://www.logofaves.com where a fantastic collection of logo inspiration is held.
Bmaxim13 requested this tutorial, view their channel here:http://www.youtube.com/user/Bmaxim13
Thanks again for watching, don’t forget to check out my portfolio at:http://www.aaronvanston.com
The free give away of Tobuscus Stickers is still open, check out the original post here to enter.
Some time next week the winners will be announced on this blog, and respective winners will be emailed. There is plenty of stickers left so enter your favourite or memorable Tobuscus or Toby Turner quote to this email: email@example.com
*Terms and Conditions apply, see original post for further information.
As posted a couple of days back, I got some really cool ‘Tobuscus’ Stickers printed, you can view the whole article here. Now I have no need for the majority of the stickers and thought, “why not just give them away!” So I have a limited collection of stickers that I will give away for FREE.
To enter, all you have to do is email: firstname.lastname@example.org, you’re most favourite or memorable Tobuscus or Toby Turner quote. Users will be announced on this blog in the coming weeks, and make sure you use an email that I can contact you if you win!
Best of luck and check back soon for the announced winners, peace off!
Note: Postage and handling will not be free, and upon selection of winners a standard postage and handling fee will be charged, please note this before entering competition.
With portal 2 being gradually completed by the many that purchased the game, will we stop playing it? Once everyone completes the single player campaign, which tipped the scale towards the shorter side, as its length being arguably shorter than some would hope. With then the major shift of players tacitly the fantastic co-op, is there really a basis for re-playability? Once all the test champers are completed is it really that fun to re play them through and through?
With the lack of multiplayer that offers a unique experience all the time (unlike the linear co-op) will be see a major shift of players leaving portal 2?
With the announcement of new DLC already, I hope this is not the case, with introduction of new test chambers, leaderboards and new modes there should a new influx of user’s running back to portal. But I think until we see a level or map editor the major crowd of gamers will simply move on after the DLC.
What do you think?