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Learn how to bring new life to old photographs by adding color to black-and-white images.
Watch Von take a simple, scanned sketch and turn it into colorful, vector-based artwork with Adobe Illustrator.
Make your photos pop with the selective use of color and Adobe Photoshop.
Learn how to curate and present a mood board that will keep your project, your design team, and your clients on track.
Add dimension, texture, and color to your designs with Adobe Illustrator, and make your illustrations more rich and unique.
James White, the one-man powerhouse behind Signalnoise design studio, gives us a peek at one of his projects: illustrating the wrestlers of the WWE in its heyday in the eighties and early nineties.
Designer James White describes the evolution of his neo-pop style, why he decided to break out on his own, and how he dealt with the setbacks and found new opportunities for his studio, Signalnoise, along the way.
Learn to enhance the clarity and impact of your type—and your message—with effective use of color, contrast, and scale.
Discover how to paint and draw with Illustrator's powerful object-creation brushes, and warp, bend, repeat, stretch, scatter and distribute objects along a path.
Simple techniques to improve your layouts and refresh your creative vision, from the founder of Before & After magazine.
Discover the natural media brushes and effects in Illustrator for drawing, painting, and adding expressive strokes.
Explains the components that make an instructive style guide, and the elements that create a strong brand identity.
Focuses on the different tools and features in Photoshop designed for choosing, applying, and editing color.
An expert approach to color choice and control in Illustrator, guiding designers and artists through the three stages of applying color to artwork: creation, inspiration, and editing.
Teaches how to quickly evaluate the color correction or adjustment needs of an image.
Deke McClelland explores how to use Lab color to make bad photographs great and great photographs even better