We here at Pixel77 have made it our mission to help you become the best web designer you can be. In order to do so, we frequently try to predict upcoming trends and keep you up to date with the most recent developments in web design, web development and the technologies associated with them. It should be no surprise then that we’ve repeatedly made it a point to talk about Responsive Web Design (RWD) and its importance in the web design industry.
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As the saying goes: “we live, and we learn”. This is a general fact of life, but nowhere is this saying more true than in design. Truly mastering something requires that you never think you mastered it. This makes you study, practice, and research harder, and all of that makes you a better designer.
We’ve put together a huge list of tutorials for both Photoshop and Illustrator for you to go through. Why? Well, we believe that design, even more than other jobs, is one where you need to constantly strive to learn new things and to continually improve. That’s the reason why we’ve put together a list of our favorite 40 tutorials of the year 2013.
The time has come to take a look at the most read and appreciated Illustrator and Photoshop tutorials from the last month, and brush up on your design skills the fun way. I’ve hand-picked the best ways in which we’re going to learn how to create a military style emblem logo design, a paper receipt using Photoshop, a disaster scene, guitar string typography, how to use different skin tones in portrait illustration and much more.
Let’s start this month with some creative energy, design inspiration and some new Photoshop and Illustrator skills. I’ve put together a showcase with the most read and shared tutorials on the web from March 2013 that will teach you how to: color black and white photos, create floral seamless patterns, do 3D modeling and much more. Check it out!
It’s time to see all the Illustrator and Photoshop wonders that have been created (and taught) this past month. You can always update your design skills, pick up a new trick or two or even end up buying a vector pack or vector illustration along the way. The beauty of design is – in my opinion – that there’s always room to grow. So let’s join hands and grow together by taking a look at the most interesting and popular design tutorials from February 2013.
The last tutorial roundups I put together for you were with the best (and most popular) Photoshop and Illustrator tutorials from last year. With the fresh new start offered by 2013, a new tradition has been formed: once a month I’m going to select the finest and most interesting tuts in a complete roundup. Let’s take a look at what January had to offer!
It’s time for that awesome collection of the most useful design tutorials that were released this past month. And since we’re entering the month of December, I’ve also added one on how to create a holiday card. Also, learn how to age a young woman, how to create a knitted argyle text effect, an autumn-themed 3D text effect, how to shade and apply texture to line art, how to draw a cartoon monster character, how to draw a rally car, how to create an awesome splashing sneaker and much more.
I know you’ve probably reported me as a missing person by now, but I’ve come back to make things up to you guys. I’ve personally hand-picked the coolest Photoshop tutorials from the past month and put them in a convenient, easy to browse showcase. We’re going to learn together how to create a set of vintage tickets, a vintage radio icon, a bloody text effect, a cute and scary children’s illustration, a 3D logo animation, an eerie Grim Reaper scene, a “zombification”, a Judge Dredd badge design and much more.