New design for Web Design Blog

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Hey guys! Just finished with my new design for this blog, what do you say? Did you prefer the old design ? Please vote on the poll for this post.

[poll=3] Hey guys! Just finished with my new design for this blog, what do you say? Did you prefer the old design ? Plea...

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Free Structure and Splatters Photoshop Brushes

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Another set of free Adobe Photoshop brushes for you to use on your design. Very useful and nice looking building structure brushes, splatters, hollanders and more. Enjoy!

Another set of free Adobe Photoshop brushes for you to use on your design. Very useful and nice looking building structu...

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Tutorial: Raster and vector collide

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Creating eye-catching imagery for print can be a balancing act between the two distinct worlds of computer-based design.
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The strengths and weaknesses of vector and raster graphics have long been apparent: vector is known for its clean lines and resolution-independent scalability whereas raster has a more photographic nature. Although vector graphics are particularly suited to print work thanks to their scalability, there are some things you can’t do without bringing rasters into the picture.
In this tutorial we show you how to bring together both vector and raster elements to create a seamless piece that sits well in both worlds. The concepts we explore will lend a timeless, weathered feel to what would otherwise be a rather stark design. Relying on Photoshop’s powerful raster tools and quite adequate stable of vector tools, we can tap the strengths of both without leaving the familiar realm of Adobe’s most powerful graphics app. We can unite two styles of design by employing Photoshop’s powerful blending mode options along with advanced gradient masking techniques to produce an illustration style that is truly unique.

Creating eye-catching imagery for print can be a balancing act between the two distinct worlds of computer-based design....

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