How to use the symbol sprayer tool
make shure your symbol is selected, then we click
Symbol sprayer tool customization:
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"what's your best vector art sites??"
and this is
The Top 5 List for free vector art web site:
the best one, with cool vectors and easy way to dawnload
of course dezignus is very famous where you can found
vectors and icons
3- Free Vectors.Net
An online gallery of free to use vector graphics.
4- Vector Portal:
a big vector portal for real
Visit Vector Portal
5- Vector 4 Free
simple design easy to find your vectors
Visit Vector 4 Free
today, i found a very useful tutorial from
Tutvid, explain the pen tool, grid, paths and a lot of stuff!
the result is a nice Vector Heart
and because it's vector you can resize it sclae it
or do what ever you want with it.
i hope you like it and good luck.
did you know that you can give a nice look to
your gmail acount, yes google mail or gmail have also
templates and themes.like what i did in my account:
very easy just follow me:
first we go to setting:
then we click on themes link:
then make your choice betwin a nice themes:
i need them for my work. and if you use to work with printers you
should know that you need images in 300 dpi (resolution).
so i found this list of the best photo stock, of course most of theme are
not free you should purshase, but don't worry it start with one dollars.
Inexpensive (The best quality)
One dollar for low-rez images and two-three dollars for higher-rez images.
(2) Dreams Time
About one dollar for high-rez images for members.
750 royalty-free downloads per month for $139 (US) subscription.
One or two bucks an image.
(5) Japanese Streets
Excellent source for Japanese fashion, street scenes, people, and much more from right here in Osaka. About $1.50 per pic via paypal.
(6) Photocase. A German site (English and German versions). Low-cost download options.
(7) Stockxpert. Great pricing and great images. Easy-to-use site. Uses credit system.
(8) ShutterMap.com. From $1USD to $4USD for high-rez.
(9) Creative Express (Getty Images). With Getty's Creative Express you can buy one-month or one-year subscriptions and download up to 50 stunning images a day. The Express catalog has 75,000 great Getty images. The license works differently for subscription, but this may be a wonderful option for the right project (check out the FAQ). I will be using this for certain.
Free (medium quality)
(1) Morgue File
Providing "...free image reference material for use in all creative pursuits.
(2) Flickr's Creative Commons pool
Search the myriad photos people are sharing on flickr by the type of CC license.
From their site: "Image*After is a large online free photo collection. You can download and use any image or texture...and use it in your own work, either personal or commercial."
Close to 200,000 photos. Some gems in there if you look.
(5) Everystockphoto. Indexing over 283,000 free photos.
(6) Studio.25: Digital Resource Bank.
(7) Freepixels. About 2000 photos.
(8) The Photoshop tutorial blog. This cool blog has a laundry list of free photo sites.
(9) Robin Good has a good page dedicated to helping you find good images.
Fonts (free or cheap)
(1) 1001 Fonts.com. A lot of free fonts. You get what you pay for, but many are pretty good. Find by most popular, highest rated. Articles, message board, etc.
(2) 1001freefonts.com. 4000 fonts for $9.95 (download).
(3) iFree. This Australian site links to free stuff in Australia and worldwide, like fonts, freeware, etc.
(4) Indezine on fonts. There are so many font sites out there, I trust the folks at Indezine to narrow it down. They list about ten.
(5) HighFonts.com. Database of about 3000 free fonts.
A pattern is a group of objects, which will be repeated until it fill all theSo how we create this patterns ?:
shape that we want to fill.
1- We should create our pattern first, I draw a rectangle and I filled it with starts. Ok
2- After that we grab the selection tool, and we click on our object and hold shift key to select all the shapes.
3- We open the colors panel and select "show pattern swatch".
4- Then we drag all the objects inside the swatch. Now our pattern is ready.
to give it a name just double click on the new pattern and type a name. then hit OK.
5- That's it we finish just draw a shape and fill it with your new pattern.
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If you want to make a brush that is “High-Res,” you will need Photoshop CS2+. In CS2 and CS3 you can make brushes up to 2500px in size. (height or width) In Previous versions like CS, 1000px is the limit. (and maybe much smaller for really old versions, I’m not sure).
this is a great tutorial: Read the Full tutorial