Posters and ads are a significant part in advertising in the business world. Everyone know about importance of posters very well. Striking and eye-catching posters is professional way to convey a message about your products and services.
This is a mixture of Photoshop and Illustrator tutorials and all these related to posters and advertisements. You will get a lot of directions of illustration, color processing, photo composition, typography techniques etc.
Let’s get our own share of typography with this dark and grungy poster. No, this is not your characteristic design, as we’ll be ‘breaking the grid’ in hope of creating a dynamic and exhilarating layout. So grab the usual tools of the trade, Photoshop and Illustrator, and follow these steps into creating your own solution.
Through this tutorial, the artist guidance you how to create this cool-looking poster design using some actually easy techniques. You’ll be taught how to use dissimilar types of brushes efficiently and also stock images.
In this tutorial, the artist creates that Sin City effect in Photoshop, but using Illustrator to create the perspectives and text. He walk you through the process of creating the effect, but it’s always good to play around and test different settings on your own to see how it works.
In this tutorial, the artist creates drawn elements with design brushes, brings them into Photoshop and then merges them into a exceptional poster masterpiece that feels hand-made, stylistically amalgamated and personalized. The techniques here focus on creating an original artistic illustration.
In this one, the artist goes for a stylized and coarse effect, rather than a photo-realistic half-tone understanding. This three-color design looks great on screen, printed from your home printer or screen-printed using the silk-screen printing process.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a poster design inspired by the art movement known as Russian Constructivism. The artist cuts up some images and pastes them together to create a stylized revolution.
In this tutorial, the artist shows you how to design a poster for an ’80s anthem party. He will create some textures for the background, influence a photo to give it some style and make color variations.
In this tutorial, the artist does a creative illustration in the style of a video game cover or sci-fi book cover. He does this frequently with photo exploitation techniques. With some cool Photoshop tools, you can turn any of your photos into a dazzling, explosive cover.
This is a wonderfully terrifying tutorial that uses multiple elements to bring together the final dark design. The most note-worthy elements are the 3-D renders of zombies from Poser. You’ll learn how to create “The Digital Dead” poster in a tutorial fitting for Halloween.
Create a retro-style poster. Using the Pathfinder tools, learn how to create shapes by joining paths and applying graphic patterns. Also take advantage of the Appearance palette and have some fun applying multiple strokes to objects.
Create realistic-looking boxing gloves with the mesh tool and incorporate them into an event poster. The clarification here is in depth, and you should previously have a good understanding of the mesh tool
One of my preferred ‘looks’ is the sort of old-collage feel of old photos and old paper. It’s a preferred because it lets you work images and text mutually really easily. In this tutorial we’ll put together a poster where there is a main photograph and a lot of text using the old-collage feel.
We have a different Psd Plus tutorial completely available to Plus members today. If you want to take your 3D text skills to the next level, then we have an exhilarating tutorial for you. Determine how to take a rendered scene, add props, and then finalize it in Photoshop! As usual, loads of immense tips and techniques in this tutorial!
In this tutorial, the artist explains how to create a vinyl record with blends and cloudiness masks. He also creates some funky pulsing rudiments and grunge typography and combines it into a exclusive poster design.
So anyone who knows me knows that I love movies. That said, I lately was conquer with stimulation when I saw the new Pirates of the Caribbean Posters. They are pretty sick.
When you look at the POTC Posters (That will be Pirates of the Caribbean and NOT Passion of the Christ from here forth….you know you were thinking it!) they all follow a general theme: A collage of metaphors along the bottom, a bunch of extremely large heads along the top, and the classic parchment paper logo with a title slapped across it. Oh and some hot chick but we wont be using one of those for this. Boo.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to coalesce stock images and 3D text into a cool poster. We’ll use an icy theme for it and color it the way we want. You’ll see it’s not that hard to create a uncomplicated attractive poster with effectual use of text and imagery.
A lot of people are making them. A lot of people suck. We don’t suck, and neither do you. This tutorial requires NO drawing talent… so don’t trip folks. You will though need Adobe Photoshop 7.0 or higher and Illustrator CS2 or higher. My name’s Dave, and this is my first ever solo tutorial. I’m very unorthodox and direct… so forgive me if I lose you guys during any part of this. I’ll do what I can to answer questions for people who think my tutorial is too confusing.
This tutorial shows you how to put actually cool colors in your images. The artist creates a poster with a good mix of typography and strong colors. The mix of uncomplicated techniques and a lot of style brings your work to a new level. Follow the tutorial and have fun!.