Style Bolder Scrapbook [Tutorial]Gần đây có rất nhiều thắc mắc về phần viền chỉ khâu trog art của Dâu ~Style Bolder Scrapbook [Tutorial]2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Hôm nay mik sẽ lm tut này chỉ cho các bn ~ Rất đơn giản thôi
B1: Các bn tạo 1 brush h́nh dấu _ [đậm vào nhé ]or tạo text lên trag trắng cx đk ~
[rồi del BG đi và lưu lm brush là xog]
B2: Chỉnh phần thông tin cho brush [mở = phím F5]
Thông số : http://i.imgur.com/lU7crIH.png
B3: Chọn công cụ pentool [phím P] ~ Vẽ 1 pat xung quanh nơi cần lm viền
B4: Click chuột trái ~ chọn stroke pat > brush và DONE
Có 1 cách nữa nhưng nó liên quan đến nhiều công cụ nên mik lười chụp qá
Các bn có thể fill màu viền tu
Getting Noticed in dAEveryday, millions of users from all over the world use deviantART, and it is really hard for new users to get themselves noticed. Oh yes, it is HARD. It can actually be a really disappointing experience for some of us. But, if you show some patience and work for it, you may just be able to crack through that wall standing between you and exposure to the community. Remember, all it take is patience. Lots and lots of patience. Oh, and you also need to trust yourself. Just because you couldn't get a huge fan base in several weeks or months doesn't mean that you will never get them. But, there are some really important stuff you need to follow first before getting there.Getting Noticed in dA2 years ago in Personal More Like This
dA is also a community, just like any other community in the world. The only difference is dA is and online community and the others, well they are totally offline . So, this means there will be some standards to be held in there, or else it won't function properly. You are going to have to stick to
[TUT]: How to fine a beautiful ScrapbookHé lô các bạn!!! Hôm nay mình sẽ viết TUT tìm Scrapbook. Nhớ đừng ném đá. Nếu có copy ở đâu thì nhớ ghi nguồn[TUT]: How to fine a beautiful Scrapbook11 months ago in Personal More Like This
B1: Vào Google sợt: скрап наборы для фотошопа
B2: Bấm vào dòng đầu (Hình ảnh cho...)
Thế là ta được rất nhiều bộ Scrap đẹp
Cách 2 (cách này thì không tìm được nhiều bộ đẹp như C1):
339th feature - CustomizationJournal CSS by Jamaal10339th feature - Customization1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
CSS best viewed in Firefox
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How to Become a Better Artist OvernightCheck out my newest weekly blog post "How to Become a Better Artist Overnight" where I go over the skills of becoming an effective learner.How to Become a Better Artist Overnight2 years ago in Personal More Like This
I promise this doesn't belong in the self help section.
Hope to see you there!
Do it---> http://garretaj.blogspot.com/
Thoughts for Raz!Hi there to all of our dear members. As some of you may have already heard, a very treasured member here at DeviantArt is not doing so well and a candle vigil and/or prayer circle has been circulating around to keep Raz and his loved ones in your thoughts and prayers. So, here at ArtHasSoul, we'd like to do a feature of some of his beautiful artwork while asking you to please him and his family both on and off of dA in your thoughts and prayers!Thoughts for Raz!1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Also, please feel free to leave comments with thumbs of his favorite works or to send positive energy to him and his family as well!
We are thinking of you all and sending good thoughts!
F E A T U R E S # 3M Y . F E A T U R E SF E A T U R E S # 33 years ago in Personal More Like This
For all who do not know me, I am a young artist who likes to work with all genres of art ... Willing to experience new challenges.
S E E by The-BloundA T O R M E N T by The-Blound1 V 2 by The-Blound
D O W N by The-BloundI M A G I N A T I O N by The-BloundD R A G A N by The-BloundP H O T O by The-BloundE N J O Y by The-Blound
A B S by The-BloundA B C by The-Bloundaudio V I S I O N by The-Blound
F E A T U R E S # 3
ordre mondial by scheinbarBloody Queen Mary... by J-u-d-a-sIf I was Yours by MonaParvinDroid by Surehuinel
De-finned by impureactsIn the Darkness by BiBiARTs:thumb293048844:Me'e Wahine by MililaniMak
Creating Clouds by maiarcitaAutumn Portal by WhendellA part of me is gone by SP-ByIsaMultifaceted by babsartcreations
:thumb293096227:A street in Istanbul by MustafaSEZER- M E C A - by MissGribElements - Fire by CassiopeiaArt
Award by MizthM a r i o n e T T e by IlaydaPortakalogluMasquerade by SilEnigmaArtsdark friends by peroni68
:thumb292639822:Nannies for dragon baby by PerlaMarinaBlue by SweediesArtRoses are Red by EnchantedWhispersArt
Dreaming of Light by JuliaTosiCliffside by KarkanCoalPowerpland ECVB by DimitriKINGPlum Blossom by Pygar
The Focal Point Tutorial: Part 1PART ONE: INTRODUCTION AND VALUESThe Focal Point Tutorial: Part 13 years ago in Personal More Like This
Keep in mind: This tutorial only covers focal points. There is a great deal more to be learned about composition and design than what is discussed here.
One of the most important things for an illustrator to understand is focal points. When you get down to the very essence of your piece, your focal point is responsible for your entire composition, the entire meaning, and the allure of the piece. This is something that even professional artists struggle with. I can't tell you how many pieces of art I see everyday that are of a professional level, but have no focal point whatsoever (and should have one).
What is a focal point?
A focal point is the object or person of interest in your image. It is the thing that you want your viewers to look at first and keep returning to as they look at other parts of the image. Focal points mostly apply to full illustrations that have a foreground, middle ground, and backg
Tutorial Student Scrapbooking--------------------------------------------------------------------------Tutorial Student Scrapbooking2 years ago in Personal More Like This
l Warning: Journey đầy hố
l Nếu nghĩ đến chuyện sao chép, hăy nhớ kỹ bạn có thể hoàn toàn bị giết chết
l với các câu hỏi "ngây ngô" không lường trước được.
Đây là bài Journey của Eriol tổng quan về các mẹo vặt scrapbooking, ghi chép lại cho mọi người. Hy vọng mọi người cảm thấy nó có ích.
P/s: Dù sao năm nay tớ cũng lên lớp 9 rồi, kiểu này giống như tu luyện tích đức để thi THPT ư mà. Nếu cứ khăng khăng giữ th́ có chết cũng có đem xuống mồ được đâu
news & DOUBLE FEATURE!!!Hello all my friends and watchers... this week I am taking a break from my normal plan to feature each of the donors who contributed to my pool and enabled me to get my premium membership back, but rest assured, I will continue that process next week.news & DOUBLE FEATURE!!!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
In the meantime, I have a couple news items, and a special double feature this week.
In the news, as most you may have already heard, Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon died this past week... a very sad thing indeed. To find links to news articles about this, please visit the journal of :iconskyzyk: as Gary posted links to NASA and other articles about this sad topic.
You may or may not have heard, and perhaps do not care to know that the Actress/Comedienne Phyllis Diller also passed away this past week... some of you are probably too young to really be aware of Ms. Diller, I would bet some of are really too young to know much about Mr. Armstrong... but still its very sad news.
In a more joyous vein... I sold a p
Daily Fractal Feature for November 22, 2013Daily Fractal Feature for November 20, 2013Daily Fractal Feature for November 22, 20131 year ago in Personal More Like This
On a daily basis we, at DailyFractalFeatures, are aiming to showcase a small selection of fractal artwork to the community.
We are proud to feature today's Daily Fractal Feature!
You can show your support by ing this News Article.
Please comment and the works featured and congratulate the artists!
Glory and Fall III by raysheaf
suggested by Tate27kh
Tapis volant.... by MeLinFrance
suggested by GrannyOgg
suggester says: " Iridescent colours and traditional shapes combine to create a magic carpet full of eastern promise!"
Heavenly Ascended by Karkan
suggested by Tate27kh
Strawberry and Mint Dream by Kancano
suggested by GrannyOgg
suggester says: "This is a dreamy beautiful spiral that ticks each and every box for me!"
Thera Queen Of The Galaxy by xzendor7
suggested by :devfraterch
Best Light TexturesBest Light Textures6 years ago in Art Features More Like This
10 Large Light Textures by monstreum Large light textures 2 by monstreum :thumb78749972: Light Icon Textures_3 by caoticgirl Bayou Girl - Light Texture 01 by milkandblue Here It Comes Again by lookslikerain 10 Scratchedlight Textures by monstreum 35 Unfocused Light Textures by draconis393 50 grunge icon textures by Sarah-Dipity Texture011 by absurd-textures Various Icon Textures Set 02 by lostinsidethecrowd 21 Light textures by Madika555 Light Textures 01 by EthansBFF :thumb72421053: Light textures 003 by hiimlucifer 20 Light Textures by xsleepingswanx 15 LIGHT TEXTURES by unsweet 26 1249x831 Lightstocks by pandoraicons Light Textures by w1zzy Light Texture III by Amurrr large texture pat 10 by anliah staphylae patterns pat 11 by anliah light textures 7 by JG-Starick light textures 2 by JG-Starick 11 large random textures by Kiho-chan staphylae light textures 02 by anliah :thumb106858122: Aimelle Bokeh_Pack_01 STOCK by Aimelle lovebokeh2 by auroille rain1 by littlesheep-stock rain1 by littlesheep-stock rain2 by littlesheep-stock Bokeh Texture Pack 003 by regularjane Bokeh Texture Pack 001 by regularjane Bokeh Texture Pack 002 by regularjane Rough Diamond 2 by pendlestock earth bokeh by ClarabellafaireStock
Ready, Set, NaNo!So it's that time of the year again and we're all racing around trying to get our bits together for NaNoWriMo. OR, we're laughing at the people running around trying to get all their bits together for NaNo. In the past, I've written articles on what NaNo is and how to prepare for it. This isn't one of those articles. Well, not entirely. Let's start with the glaringly obvious.Ready, Set, NaNo!4 months ago in Literature Features More Like This
What's the point of NaNo?
If you answered "To write a 50k Word Count Novel in a month's time," you're wrong. NaNo is about conditioning writers to write regularly, keep those creative juices flowing and to work under pressure. November is a busy month. Students are back in school. Parents are dealing with said students. In the United States, we have Thanksgiving and of course everyone is getting ready for Christmas. Add in clearing 1,667 words a day and we're talking about some major pressure. But that's the poi
Tutorial Treasury 05In the Tutorial Treasury, you will find tutorials geared towards Photomanipulators and some that will deal with a broader subjects, such as lighting, colour etc. The tutorials will be from dA as well as from all over the web and in each episode, there will be 3 to 6 tutorials for your reading pleasure (any more than that I guess no one will have time to read anyway). If you find any good ones, shoot me a note so I can include them in the next installment!Tutorial Treasury 051 year ago in Art Features More Like This
"Learn how to create this cinematic scene in quick and easy steps! This Photoshop tutorial will show you how to blend images to create an apocalyptic scene and add flying meteors with premade Photoshop brushes. You’ll also learn several different ways to add lighting effects and create a strong atmosphere. ~ written by Jarka Hrnčárková ~"
PE: Shading EmotesShading EmotesPE: Shading Emotes10 months ago in Deviant Events More Like This
'Ello there! If you've been on any social media site, you most likely in one form or another have used an emoticon. An emoticon is an icon that expresses emotion. Such as
Emotes are an easy way to express yourself and I'm going to teach you how to shade some.
Almost all emotes are sized to be 15x15 (unless you are making a larger one; tutorial by IceXDragon described here). You can use lots of programs to make them. I use MS Paint to make my emotes because I believe it's the easiest to control but you can use whatever you like.
An emote's outline will look like this (You can use it if you want. ) :
Here's what it looks like at a bigger scale.
Emotes should look circular like the one above. I would recommend this size for all emotes at a standard size level. At this stage, I like to mess with the emote to see what k
Amigurumi- Working Without a PatternAmigurumiAmigurumi- Working Without a Pattern1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Working Without a Pattern
Hi everyone! I'm TheSmall-Stuff and what I love is to make amigurumi, but I'm never patient enough to use a pattern. Because of this, I've found and developed a bunch of techniques that I use while designing the dolls that I make! What I'm going to try to do is explain my thought process in making a doll, and share some of the techniques that I use to form the shapes and the details in a character. Sorry it's long, but I tried to use lots of pictures. I hope this helps! Lets start
Shapes are key!
When you go to make a doll, you need to pick it apart in your head and see all of the shapes that make the character. Sometimes it's easier to draw out a diagram of all of the pieces that go into the doll, to get a good idea of how it fits together. While you're planning, it's good to be thinking "How do I make this?" while you choose shapes. However
Hints and Tips #1Hello and welcome to the first instalments of 'Hints & Tips' andHints and Tips #110 months ago in Art Features More Like This
I hope these short and simple Tutorials will help boost and
inspire YOU to learn and create your own works in the many
forms and mediums that you may work in.
SO... The first Hint/Tip is -
FIXING WARPED FINISHED WATERCOLOUR PAINTING
(lumpy or uneven surface)
1- The warped painting
2 - Turn the painting around and cover the back
with plenty of water from corner to corner
3- Place in a large hardback book between blank pages
4- Close the book and place something heavy on it and wait
30 to 50 minutes so that the pages absorb the moisture
5- You open the book and the painting is flat
=to show that it doesn't remove paint, here is the finished piece=
I hope this helps
Becoming a Better Digital ArtistHello people,Becoming a Better Digital Artist8 months ago in Personal More Like This
I've been asked many times about how to draw or paint and where to find tips and tutorials about it.
I, as a self-taught artist, have struggled a lot trying to learn and understand how to draw well and do digital painting. So I decided to put on a series of journals on this topic providing tips and resources, hoping that it can be useful for anyone who is willing to become an artist.
This series focuses mainly on digital art, but most of the principles can be applied to traditional art as well. This is not a training course, so please don't expect me to give you an in-depth look to it. Just take it as a collection of resources.
I have found most of what I've learned on YouTube and the internet, therefore I will provide many links to pages and channels related to what I'm talking about.
Click on the links below to go to the desired part.
Part I: Introduction
Project Educate: Fight Artist's/Writer's BlockArtist/Writer's block is the worst nightmare for writers and artists! Because of this, many artists and writers quit! Writer's/Artist's block is usually only temporary, but it can be long too! Here are some ways to fight writer's/artist's block!Project Educate: Fight Artist's/Writer's Block1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Find a place or situation that inspires you:
Yes, you've all probably heard this a lot of times, but it's true. Finding places that you like can inspire you to do more art/writing! That place doesn't have to be quiet, it can be a huge city bursting with life and sound! Places won't only inspire you, but so will situations. Taking a walk around your city or even you neighborhood can inspire you. Try going to special events that take places. See how people interact! Just like a place, these situations don't have to be happy or very community-like. Sometimes bad situations can inspire artist's/writer's to express their feelings through art or writing.
Pull up old ideas:
Artist's/Writer's usually throw the majorit
How To : FeaturesSince i get asked a lot how i create my Features i decided to write a short tutorial about it, i hope it will help some of you :How To : Features2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
What we want to create :
Of course you can add a lot more photos ! ( Example : http://kara-a.deviantart.com/journal/Watchers-Feature-II-Part-1-328802678 )
The html code :
<da:deviation id="312488093" width="600">
<da:deviation id="328534872" width="200"><da:deviation id="309814893" width="400">
- the first part (
Poetic Terms and TechniquesPoetic terms and techniquesPoetic Terms and Techniques1 year ago in Literature Features More Like This
This article aims to give you a brief introduction to some poetic terms with which you can bemuse your friends and nonplus your enemies. Try and sling some of these terms into a casual conversation and watch the ensuing confusion.
If you don't want to confuse people, you could use these terms to discuss poetry like a badass
while smoking unfiltered cigarettes in a French cafe, when critiquing, or to give your own poetry a bit of a vajazzle.
These terms are arranged vaguely into alphabetical order for your convenience. Some of them will be covered in more detail in other articles throughout the week.
Alliteration (see also Sibilance)
Alliteration is the repetition of consonant sounds, often used for a specific effect in poetry.
the stuttering rifles’ rapid rattle
- - Wilfred Owen, ‘Anthem for Do
10 things to do while looking at a photo10 things to do while looking at a photo2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Training your eye is very important. To take your photography to the next level and grow as an artist, you need to know what looks good, have an open mind and build your own style.
Point at the first thing that attracts your attention (often being the brightest point in the image)
Try to mentally trace the path your eye takes around the image (it's like connecting the dots in order to discover the story, in this case)
Has the photographer used the rule of thirds? Or a different type of placing the elements in the image?
Has the photographer shot from his eye level? Or chose a different point of view?
What is the photographer trying to transmit with the image?
How has the photographer used the environment to tell the story?
How has the photographer used light?
Why does the image work?
Does the image evoke an emotional response in the viewer's eye?
From the above, which can be appli
Project Educate: See the light and remember itProject Educate: See the light and remember it2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
See the light and remember it
Lighting in photography is a living, changing art. One of the most important abilities of a photographer is to see light and to remember it. Light is the most changing element in our daily life. We move among solid objects and among people who do not change drastically during a day or a week. But visually the appearance of our environment and of people around us may change from one hour to the next due to the time of day, the weather, or the particular source of light. Photographers are aware of these changes and store in their memory the impact different types of light have on our emotions and our subconscious. For a photographer, watching the light becomes second nature.
Some of the photographer's palette of tools:
-The angle of light
-Quality (hard or soft)
Angle of light
PE: Manga GenresThe term Manga (漫画) is a japanese word referring to comics and catrooning. Mangas used to be created in Japan or by Japanese creators in the Japanese language. But today they are created by Mangakas for other countries in many languages.PE: Manga Genres7 months ago in Art Features More Like This
In this article I will give you a short explaination about the different Manga genres.
I'm aware of 32 genres that are used in the Manga publishing industry. Each one of them have different targets to please our interests.
Action: It shows fighting, violence or any other form of aggressive behavior.
Adult: This manga often contains intense violence or erotic scenes.
Adventure: Most of the characters of this Manga go on trips or explore the world.
Comedy: This manga is used for entertainment: Amusing with ridiculous situations that make you laugh.
Doujinshi: Manga that was inspired by famous works already published.
Drama: Should conduct the r