Change is in the air.
Vector Community Interview: TFDCThank you to FlowisKing - Sam It was a pleasure interviewing you.Vector Community Interview: TFDC by Ikue
What inspires you?
Anything, everything and sometimes nothing.
Who is your artistic role model?
Well I really look up to a whole lot of great people. To name a few will be Mahalinda = marpmonster , www.123klan.com , www.Vault49.com , www.mode4.com , vektorjunkie , THMD = loveisickprojekt , and the Backstreet boys.
What do you see when you look around while walking down a street?
Do you consider yourself to be better as a vector artist or a traditional artist, and have you had any formal art training?
I graduated graphic design university a while ago , and yes I'm way better at vector stuff than traditional. The fact that I'm not that good at manual drawing , and simply because digital gives you the Almighty option of C
Vector ABC'sA:Vector ABC's by Ikue
Anchor Point - An anchor point is the part of a path that "ties the path down to the page." A line will have at least two anchor points on either end. It will have additional anchor points at every kink and corner. A curve will have an anchor point on either side of it and may optionally have additional anchor points somewhere on the curve itself. Anchor points do not print out but they shape the paths that appear on the hard copy.
Blending -A function in illustration software that allows the creation of intermediate shapes from two masters. These beginning and ending shapes can vary in both shape and color. The user inputs the desired number of steps and the software creates the new, intermediate shapes. This function is used primarily to create realistic highlights in artwork. There is a concern over the poor results that occur if there are too many or too few steps requested by the user.
Let Unkown Be Known! JulyThis is a monthly series where deviants send in a maximum of five(5) thumbs of works they feel should have more attention, regardless of the stats the works or the artists have garnered over their time here; the suggester makes his or her own definition of "unknown". Each suggester,is encouraged to write a short reason of why they the suggest the pieces. Suggesters are not limited to any gallery.Let Unkown Be Known! July by PurpelBlur
If you wish to suggest or have questions please send me a note titled "Let Unknown Be Known" or "LUBK".
The SEPTEMBER issue of LUBK will be reserved for Literature. If you wish to suggest for this issue please make the subject of your note- "LUBK Sep"
Let These Be Known
Bostwickenator has amazing photos og all different types of things.
Jeshi-Weshi has beautiful photographs with wonderful perspectives.
Digital Art > Vector > AnimalsAnimal art depicts just as the name implies, art where the main subject is an animal. Art depicting animals is one of the oldest inspirations for art, dating back to the stone age. However, unlike the Neanderthal we need not rely on paint made from berries or brushes made from sticks, we have technology. Vector art consisting of cats or dogs, reptiles or bird, mammals or cold blooded creatures are all welcome in this category. No cheating though, fur can just as easily be made in a vector program as it can be painted in photoshop. Only animals created in true vector fashion are allowed.Digital Art > Vector > Animals by Ikue
HI:1849 by DomNX Yellow Yielding Yak by KawaiiUniverseStudio The Least Scary Dragon by rebel-penguin Rebbles by kinkei random MCS by antz81 Who said black was slimming? by bikle