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My very first illustration

Hello all,A few days ago I thought about making illustrations...I took a pencil and a sheet, drew a cute monkey... after this I said : "now what?":)) ... took a picture of the monkey.... installed Illustrator .... loaded the picture in Illustrator....did not know anything about this program ... begun searching on Google for tutorials...drew the monkey in Illustrator...got angry about many things because it didn't came out as I wanted:)))) ... finally, after one day of working and searching... continue reading

"Dot to dot" games

In my opinion connecting dots is one of the most funny games for children. It is a great educational quiz game for concentration and helps improving hand-eye coordination in kids.If you want to draw illustrations with this game, you should be aware of the many possibilities you have:The famous "Dot to dot" or "Connect the dots" game can be made ...1. with numbers, the classic way.2. with alphabet letters, a great opportunity for kids learning the alphabet in a funny way.3. with... continue reading

Retro dots and silhouettes

I love the retro dots, lines and silhouettes, and I have made this illustration that covers them all.I really hope it sells well.I can see that there are quite a number of other designs with female silhouettes with abstract hair styles - I found this on that I think is really beautiful continue reading

Creating Halftone Pattern effect in Photoshop and Illustrator for Vectors Tutorial

OK, after reading so many emails about how to create halftone brushes, I will write down 2 simple tutorials for itThere is two ways to create half tone patterns1- Photoshop2- Illustrator or any other vector editing program.1- With Photoshop( we will transfer the image to Illustrator later)A- Open a 800X600 px file, white backgroundB -Try some gradients (black and white) could be circle or square on a different layer.C- Apply Filter/Sketch/Halftone Pattern to your gradient layer... continue reading

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