New Course: Drawing Fantasy Creatures Digitally

Our new course, Drawing Fantasy Creatures Digitally, will teach you how to draw two creatures of pure imagination: a centaur and a dragon. The element of fantasy presents some challenges, such as lack of photo references, but on the other hand we have the opportunity for more creative expression...
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Pointer Lines for Technical Writers: Part 2

Several years ago, I wrote a blog post called Pointer Lines for Technical Writers. It explored the process I went through in creating a stroke style that allowed me to call out important items in technical photographs. To summarize, I created a custom stroke striped stroke style with a black stroke and a white gap...
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Step by Step to Paint a Cartoon Lady Portrait

It is about how to paint a cartoon lady portrait this tutorial. You will see how this artwork to be made step by step. The artwork is created layer by layer. You may be able to use similar method to paint your artwork. (View This Tutorial)...
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To the Point: Interview With Anna Dittmann

What You'll Be CreatingAnna Dittmann's paintings are a sight to behold: ethereal portraits inspired by nature that look like they're watercolor or ink, but are in fact digital masterpieces. Anna's no stranger to Tuts+, having created...
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InDesign Magazine Issue 66: Workarounds

We’re happy to announce that InDesign Magazine Issue 66 (October, 2014) is now available! This month’s theme is “workarounds” Here’s what the issue includes: Bob Levine brings together twenty essential workarounds from a supergroup of distinguished InDesign pros. Mike Ranking describes five different ways to put a border or background on a paragraph. Sandee Cohen offers...
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This Week in InDesign Articles, Number 126

There is more in the InDesign universe that is dreamt of in your philosophy, my friend! Here’s just a glimpse of what I’ve been looking at recently: Here is a list of GREP wildcard codes I’ve never seen before, apparently based on Perl — including “any math symbol,” and more. Okay, this is cool: a...
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