Skillshare – Digital Concept Art: Designing Creatures

Skillshare – Digital Concept Art: Designing Creatures
English | Size: 1.4GB
Category: Tutorial

About This Class
Take your illustration skills to a whole new world – and design your own creature! In this step-by-step class, concept artist Justin Fields show how to design with "digital clay," add realistic details, and color a character that pops in your portfolios, or even the silver screen.
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Skillshare – Digital Concept Art Designing Creatures

Skillshare – Digital Concept Art: Designing Creatures
English | Size: 1.4GB
Category: Tutorial

About This Class
Take your illustration skills to a whole new world – and design your own creature! In this step-by-step class, concept artist Justin Fields show how to design with "digital clay," add realistic details, and color a character that pops in your portfolios, or even the silver screen.
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Udemy Designing A Successful Social Media Feed

Udemy Designing A Successful Social Media Feed
English | Size: 143.75 MB
Category: Business

This course borrows four timeless principles from Visual Design to totally transform your Social Media strategy!

Inspired by Robin Williams’ books on Visual Design, this course takes a fun, almost light-hearted approach at creating a successful brand on social media using four simple principles:
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Pluralsight – Designing with Photogrammetry Data in Civil 3D and InfraWorks 360

Pluralsight – Designing with Photogrammetry Data in Civil 3D and InfraWorks 360
English | Size: 4.0GB
Category: Tutorial

Have you ever wondered how photogrammetry data collected by drones could benefit your civil design projects? If so, Designing With Photogrammetry Data in Civil 3D and Infraworks is the perfect course for you because you will learn the basics of processing your first photogrammetry dataset, as well as setting up and conducting preliminary design of your project. First, you will learn how to import images and process a point cloud and mesh in Autodesk ReCap. [Read more…]

Digital Tutors Designing a Two Color T-Shirt in Illustrator CS5-iNKiSO

Digital Tutors Designing a Two Color T-Shirt in Illustrator CS5-iNKiSO
English | Size: 485 MB
Category: Tutorial

In this series of lessons we’ll focus on creating a design for a two-color t-shirt. To begin this course, we’ll talk through a possible concept for the design and then setup our file so we can begin building the artwork. Next, we’ll examine each step in constructing an illustrative component for our design including starting with an initial shape, adding various details, and then applying both shadows and highlights. After completing our illustration, we’ll add type and then examine one method for integrating the different components of our design using a texture. [Read more…]

Lynda – Photoshop for Designers – Designing with Grids and Guides

Lynda – Photoshop for Designers – Designing with Grids and Guides
English | Size: 410.2MB
Category: Tutorial

Designing with grids is an essential part of any designer’s skill set. Guides, grids, and their related tools bring structure and consistency to designs. By suggesting visual relationships, they can also speed workflow and inspire the artwork itself. In this course, designer Nigel French introduces the fundamentals of guides and grids in Photoshop, showing how these tools can improve the way you use the application. Explore how to create, precisely position, delete, and show and hide guides. Learn about the different types of grids, and the "intelligent" features such as Smart Guides, snapping, the GuideGuide plugin, and the New Guide Layout tool. Discover how to set up your own modular layout grid, and then explore the different types of crop overlay grids, from the Rule of Thirds to the Golden Spiral. [Read more…]

Lynda – Designing an Animated App UI with Illustrator

Lynda – Designing an Animated App UI with Illustrator
English | Size: 327.1MB
Category: Tutorial

An animated prototype is a great way to test an app’s interface design, without spending any engineering resources. In this course, Andy Needham shows how you can use Adobe Illustrator to design reusable components and screens for a mobile app prototype, which can later be animated in After Effects. He starts with the planning process, where you gather reference material, sketch your ideas, and map the user journey. Then Andy shows how to set up the project file correctly, by choosing the correct document type and organizing the artboards. Next, learn how to break down your sketches into components that can be reused throughout the app, including headers, navigation bars, and dashboard tiles. Andy shows how to convert your components into Illustrator symbols, and lay out the different app screens. Finally, he shows how to organize your project and export assets for animation. [Read more…]

Lynda – Illustrator Designing with Grids and Guides

Lynda – Illustrator: Designing with Grids and Guides
English | Size: 360.9MB
Category: Tutorial

Guides, grids, and tools related to these bring structure and consistency to your designs. By suggesting visual relationships, such tools can help you design more efficiently and experiment more easily with different layout options. In this course, learn how to work with the suite of guide and grid tools in Adobe Illustrator to improve your designs and mockups. Review fundamental concepts-including how to set basic guide options and grid preferences-and discover how to create modular and baseline grids, and work with perspective and diagonal grids. Plus, learn how to create a grid from an object mosaic, a logo from a grid of circles, and more.
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Lynda – Fusion 360 Designing for Metal

Lynda – Fusion 360: Designing for Metal
English | Size: 287.5MB
Category: Design

If you’re designing metal components using subtractive technologies, you’ll need to do things differently than you would for other materials and processes, such as injection molding or additive manufacturing. This course shows how to use Fusion 360-the affordable cloud-powered CAM tool-to build effective designs specifically for subtractive manufacturing (such as CNC milling) in metal. Thom Tremblay shows how to build solid designs, simulate how the model will hold up to the stress of production and use, render the design for presentation, and finalize it for manufacturing. [Read more…]