eLearning Graphic Design Tutorials
Great imagery is vital to bussiness. This has been a simple fact for a long time. And in todays’ digtial world, it may even be more important than ever before. From websites and blogs to social channels, highly attractive, brilliantly executed imagery is basically essential to building a successful web presence.
Imagery is a major part of content marketing and helps impart the atmosphere and message a business wants to get across to it’s audience, visitors and customers. No brand would come to life without it, no emotions would be stirred, no one moved to take action; ecommerce would fall apart. Online entertainment would cease to exist all together, and what a dull world it would be.
But in a competitive modern world where technology has enabled us to digitally create images that were previously only possible in our dreams, the demand for unique, stunning imagery is fierce. So, there is a lot of need for quailty graphics to say the least.
Fortunately, the really great thing about graphic design and digital art is that each and every one of us will come up with different design ideas, creating artwork that comes from our own hearts, minds, and perspectives. There is a lot of creativity in all those points of view.
And in addition, those software programs we toil at night and day (Photoshop, Premiere Pro, After Effects) often offer a variety of methods for creating a specific look in an image, or video. Once you dive into these amazing tools, you’re likely to find there are often several different techniques that can create the same effect.
This accounts for a lot of “art geek appeal” (because we know we are not the only ones who enjoy finding different ways to get the same look). This is the best way to hone a workflow that suits our individual style, and accounts for a lot of interesting debate and fun, insightful discussion over digtial art creation.
But we think the very best thing about digital art is that each digital artist is an integral part of the design community that contributes to the fantastical world of the internet. Never before have artists from all walks of life, all over the globe, been able to contribute in such a massive, meaningful way. To reach so many with their work, to have such an impact on the world, to be able to share their visions of not only reality, but their dreams, artists need only display their imagery online, and spark up a conversation. And the world is a better place for it.
This wonderful synergy is why we are always happy to share the best instructional tutorials and information from around the web, in the true spirit of promoting diverse creativity.
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We love to sample the wealth of information, especially video tutorials, available on the web. It’s fun to see how others create their own masterpieces; the methods they choose, their ideas for designs, colors, and the enhancements they choose to use in projects.
Of course, a tutorial video is only worth watching if it gives good instruction, so anyone watching it can closely follow along and create their own project right along with the video instruction. There are a lot of junk tutorials out there that lead you along and then leave you hanging on a simple step.
But these infuriating instances of tutorial video failure are entirely avoidable, and we are all too happy to screen out the nonsense. Since we know a thing or two about instructing others, we carefully screen the information we share here for quality and benefit to the craft of digital art. We’ll be adding newly discovered videos each week!
We will be adding our own tutorial videos each week, filling in gaps we find in the information online, or updated tutorials for new versions of Adobe and other software that have fallen behind. We’ll also be adding some just for fun time-lapse videos of our own work set to music (because we really enjoy those too).
So if you are interested in only helpful, well organized and insightful video information about web design, graphic design, video editing, or motion graphics, be sure to check bookmark our Youtube Tutorial Video Library, and keep coming back for more essential video training!
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