Learn how to ink an illustration using Adobe Ideas. Read more
A quick introduction to positive and negative lights in Cinema 4D and how to use them to create a sharp, noir-ish looking comic book effect.
Introducing Newton 2, the latest update to the physics plugin-in for After Effects by Motion Boutique. Newton converts After Effects layers into rigid bodies which lets users add gravity, friction, magnetism, and joints. Make sure to hop on over to Aetuts+ for the After Effects sample comp and files to this tutorial. You can also pickup a copy of Newton at AEscripts.com. Read more
My article on creating low poly art in Cinema 4D is now available in the new issue of Digital Design Magazine: Secrets of Triangulation Technique.
Over the past few months I’ve received several emails asking how I created the doodle monsters for my “Revenge of the Doodle” series of illustrations. Each of these illustrations was created entirely on an iPad using various drawing and photography apps and in this tutorial I use an application called “Sketch Club” for my doodle illustrations. Read more
In this tutorial I walk you through the steps necessary to screen capture your iPad screen.
We’ll use an application called Reflection which lets you AirPlay mirror your iPad or iPhone onto your desktop through your wireless connection. Once the device is displayed on your desktop you can use any screen capturing software to record whatever you do on your iPad. Read more
Using both Adobe Ideas and Photoshop Touch I’ll show you how to create illustrations and effects on your iPad. Read more
An introduction to Adobe Ideas a drawing application on the iPad that lets you sketch out your ideas in complete vector form. Because there is no loss in quality, any sketch or illustration on the iPad can easily be turned into an enormous banner that could cover your local skyscraper. You can even import your Adobe Ideas files into Illustrator or Photoshop to continue to refine your creation. Read more
This tutorial covers how to apply expressions to the x and y positions separately in the puppet tool. In the previous tutorial, Wiggle on Position, I showed you how to apply a wiggle position to x and y separately using the Separate Dimensions option. The puppet tool in After Effects doesn’t have this option so we have to use an expression to achieve the same effect.
Learn how to illustrate an alien people eater character in Photoshop.