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Are your creative teams spending too much time pushing paper?

A Case Study:

Convert-It!, Tag-It!, and Route-It! allow designers to focus on creative tasks.

Client Description

A Southern California apparel company with a unique style and emphasis on skateboarding, surfing, music, and “fun”. 303 more words

E-Spec

E4 Sting Workshop: Refined Illustration

After my experimentation, I was fairly certain that I preferred the white outline version of my illustration. However when asking my peers they chose my original black outline version. 157 more words

Design Practice Two

Hello , i’ve been working to make this fan art character using , cosplayer that i found in the internet , check this out ! …

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Adobe Illustrator and Patterns

I’ve always wondered how those really intricate patterns were made. They seemed unbearably tedious and difficult to make. However, recently I discovered that they aren’t nearly as difficult as I thought they were especially now that I know how to make use of Illustrator. 115 more words

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The Emoticons of War and Peace

Some months ago while thinking about emoticons, Charles Dickens popped into my head. So naturally I plopped both thoughts into a juicer and pressed the blend button to see what would happen, and poured “:) :(” into my Facebook status as an emoticon translation of the classic book opening “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times” (“A Tale of Two Cities” by the aforementioned Charles). 200 more words

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Thoughts on Adobe Illustrator

The first time I opened Adobe Illustrator (AI), I thought it to be a chunky program.

It didn’t felt particularly natural to me. It didn’t feel like illustration; things weren’t drawn or painted but rather pieced together through shapes, similar to a very elaborate collage. 160 more words

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