With a basic command of Google or YouTube’s search box, you can find a video tutorial for just about anything these days. Johnny Kelly’s offers a strange compilation of some of the many things you can learn on the Internet, from how to make a robot from junk to how to tell if your pet turtle is still alive.
Do you like the artful, monochrome look of engravings like the illustrated portraits on currency? Texturelabs shows us how to achieve that exact look by creating a custom wavy texture, using the Oil Paint filter, and a few other tricks inside of Adobe Photoshop.
Could you use an extra kid in the house? Caleb and Kegan’s incredibly bizarre clip from Adult Swim SMALLS offers up the most peculiar digital baby since the dancing baby meme. We wonder if they used a 3D printer instead of a 2D one if things would have turned out better.
Brandon James Greer is a master at creating pixel art. In this tutorial video, he explains some tricks and techniques for working with the most rudimentary of color palettes. 1-bit art embraces the limitations of a low-res monochrome image to focus on composition, patterns, and textures.
Build your skills in Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, InDesign, After Effects and more with this series of online lessons designed to help beginners advance to the next level using Adobe’s ubiquitous and useful suite of tools for digital artists. Save 98% in The Awesomer Shop.
Looking for the best Halloween costume this year? Look no further than Ellimacs SFX’s brilliantly creepy version of the super nasty creature from Stranger Things. If you’ve got the time and ambition, follow along with the video, and get to cutting out those hundreds of teeth.