The Bezier Curve is the mathematics behind the “Pen Tool” a graphic designer’s primary drawing tool. A Bezier Curve is a curved line in which its shape is defined by a mathematical equation. They are used in vector applications such as Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop as well as InDesign and Quark Express. It consists of two anchor points and levers that control the angle at which the curves leaves the end points. Without Bezier curves it would be almost impossible to produce the multitude of unique and beautiful designs.
Jonathan Knowles is a photographer. To realize his project entitled “Slime”, he was inspired by the surrealist world of Salvador Dali. It has given life to a gooey texture by moving it into unique environments. The slime is always in motion and explores its own space by continually adopting different moods and forms.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the Mesh Tool and Warp Effects in Adobe Illustrator to create a beautiful pair of heart-shaped daisies! If you want to skip the tutorial and just use these flowers in your work, you can purchase the Two Daisies with Heart Shaped Middles from GraphicRiver!
I maintain a digital visual diary in which most days I try to spend some time looking a visual design technique used in all types of medium. I have a subscription to Press Reader which allows me to access hundreds of magazines from around the world. Any design elements that I like I take screenshots and snippets from magazines or websites that I visit.
Although it sounds like it ‘Greeking’ is not some weird sexual practice practised by the ancients. ‘Greeking’ is a technique that originated in advertising where the potential ad copy or text for a new ad being developed is represented by non-words so that the viewer can focus on the overall design rather than getting caught up in the actual details of the text.
The Daily Northwestern Lee: Watch the spacing between your letters The Daily Northwestern I’m sure that the tracking is accurate, and every letter in SOURCE is spaced out equally, but the combination of the equilateral hexagon symbol in the background combined with the highly symmetrical typeface only reinforces the absolute