Animated Username @ 70 Points! OPEN til May 2015!Add interest to your profile by making your username move!Animated Username @ 70 Points! OPEN til May 2015!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
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Community Week - Using Adobe Photoshop for GIFsPhotoshop for GIFs!Community Week - Using Adobe Photoshop for GIFs1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Adobe Photoshop CS5 is commonly used to create stunning digital art. Photomanipulations, digital paintings, and many other kinds of images can be formed through Photoshop. However, there is also a command in Photoshop where animated gfis can be created. Options for animations that are available are easy to manipulate, that's why Photoshop can be a great tool for creating simple gifs that can be used for making a still image more interesting.
Here are some gifs made with Adobe Photoshop CS5:
The software used for these animations was Adobe Photoshop CS5, but the features can also be found in other Photoshop versions. Here are some of the things that you need to know about using Photoshop for your next gif:
The following information would be based only on the author's experience in using Photoshop for animation.
Before Photoshop: Preparing your Frames
Artist's Toolbox - Using Powerpoint as an Art ToolPowerpoint for Making Art!Artist's Toolbox - Using Powerpoint as an Art Tool2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Microsoft Powerpoint 2010 is primarily a tool for creating slideshows or presentations that incorporate text, images, and animations. Common uses for the software are for business presentations, school reports, or instructional materials. However, there are a handful of options available in Powerpoint that can be used to create art with good quality. Powerpoint can be a great tool for beginners who would like to explore with their creativity without having to learn complex software in the process.
Here are some art made with Microsoft Powerpoint 2010:
Most of the Pow
Adding Journals to your Featured GalleryCommunity WeekAdding Journals to your Featured Gallery6 months ago in Personal More Like This
Your featured gallery is the first page that your gallery visitors will see. Most of the time, we tend to display our very best pieces of work there. However, the featured gallery can also be used to showcase some journal entries that you want viewers to see immediately. These may be important announcements, advertisements, etc. It would be great to know this neat little trick of how to make journals show on your featured gallery.
To make sure that we're on the same page (excuse the pun!), this is what the Featured Gallery looks like:
Let's get started!
Step 1: Locate Your Journal
To locate your journal, type the title of the journal on the search bar and click on "Search Art." In this example, I will look for one of my projecteducate entries. Be reminded that you don't have to type the full title, some keywords would do.
Simple Steps in Producing Points - Part 2I'm no expert in earning points on deviantART. In fact, I have only been selling art for less than 5 months. But those 5 months have taught me lessons that made me improve sales and most importantly, my art. I must emphasize that this article is not an official guide to commissions or adopts, and all tips are based solely on my experiences. Please do send me a comment if you find any content that is inappropriate in nature.Simple Steps in Producing Points - Part 22 years ago in Personal More Like This
Step 1: Set Your Own Expectations here: http://takaonguitars.deviantart.com/journal/Simple-Steps-in-Producing-Points-Part-1-377051416
Step 2: Set Your Price
There have been many discussions around deviantART about how pricing should be made, and I don't think there will ever be a standard basis for pricing art. There is someone who is bound to say that the amount is too high or too low no matter how you price your work. However, here are some things that I think are worth considering before you decide on your prices:
a. What is my skill level co
Simple Steps in Producing Points - Part 1I'm no expert in earning points on deviantART. In fact, I have only been selling art for less than 5 months. But those 5 months have taught me lessons that made me improve sales and most importantly, my art. I must emphasize that this article is not an official guide to commissions or adopts, and all tips are based solely on my experiences. Please do send me a comment if you find any content that is inappropriate in nature.Simple Steps in Producing Points - Part 12 years ago in Personal More Like This
Step 1: Set Your Own Expectations
Your customers need to know what kind of art and service they can get from you. Here are some things to consider before announcing that you are open for commissions or adopts:
a. What is my medium? Traditional art, digital art, literature, etc. Stick to what you can use best and whichever you are most comfortable with.
b. How much time do I need? Consider your daily routine, upcoming events, and other time-consuming activities that you may need to prioritize before you can create art. You may also need to look out for