Graffiti has influenced many of today’s graphic designers and illustrators: skateboard graphics, clothing, and the music industry have all drawn on it heavily, while the distinctive graffiti style pops up in ads, magazines and elsewhere.
Street art has a massive influence on the graphic design scene. It affects the many different graphic ,disciplines, and touches all forms of design – just look in your local newsagent, on yourTV, the Internet or your nearest record store. It’s plain to see that the ‘graffiti style’ is becoming very popular indeed, and will soon dominate many visual campaigns.
Screen-printing gives your designs fantastically rich colour and a quality of image that just isn’t possible with most other techniques – which partly explains why it’s become so hugely popular for designer prints in the past few years.
Filip Komorowski shows us how to create a fresh throw up graffiti in Inkscape.This shown vector effects could be easily done in every other vector program as well.
This tutorial is done with Adobe Photoshop™, however this exact process can also be done in GIMP or even with the “Paint” application included on most PCs. This tutorial uses Highgrounds “Wildstyle” font family and images from the Graffiti Fonts™ 3.0 collection.
Photoshop‘s Brush tool doesn’t necessarily have to be used for painting. It can be a useful stamp for creating instances of stencil or stamp art as well. Instead of painting a stroke, you can use a single mouse-click to create an impression of your brush tip on the canvas.
The interface is very self explanitory and user friendly. Anyone with experience in graphic design will figure it out quickly. Here are a few quick guides to perform basic tasks in VectorGraff.
In this project, I’ll show you how to create an authentic-looking Japanese design of your own that can be transferred to a skateboard deck. It might seem easier to draw the letters – which here spell ‘Imaone’ – straight onto the board by hand.
This tutorial is a step by step method of developing characters that appear authentic to graffiti street art.
This tutorial will guide you through the initial stages of planning through to the production of a finished painting. The process starts with a sketch that is then prepared and rendered in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.
I was disappointed when I found none for the gimp. Even the photoshop ones sucked. I saw the thread on afro graffiti and started messing with it and here’s the tut. Oh and props to BlazingMoon13.
This tutorial is to provide an aspiring Photoshop graffiti writer the techniques, which is required to attach an image and graffiti with realism.
“The main thing you’ll need is spray paint. Alien and Belton are my favourite brands, but have a go with Monster and Montana too. You’ll also need a selection of different caps for your cans. Available in fat, skinny or super skinny, they help achieve the different thicknesses you see on most graffiti art.
In this tutorial I will teach you how to create your own graffiti text. I will also teach you how to apply that graffiti text to a picture and make it look realistic.
The Trace Bitmap function, which enables you to convert bitmap images into vectors, has been available in Flash since the earliest versions, but few of us use it. The secret is in the preparatory work in Photoshop, which enables you to use the threshold function to turn a portrait photo into a vector illustration.
If you like the vague version of step 5 more, but with the blurred edges, you can select the blurred layer and click (while holding CTRL) on the thumbnail of the original logo layer. This way you’ll select the outlines of the original layer. If you’ve done this, press DELETE to delete the selected part from the blurred layer.
In this tutorial, we’ll look at how to plan a mural digitally, from taking the photos of a site through to wrapping up a cohesive digital image. We’ll explore a couple of techniques for creating stencils, as well as a method for incorporating hand-drawn ones. We’ll also have some fun playing with street signs, perspective distortion and image manipulation. There’s a lot to cover, so it’s probably best to get started!
This graffiti tutorial incorporates mesmerizing features of HDR. Here, you will learn how to use HDR magnificently using just a single picture.
If you are itching to make your own graffiti font and do not have the time to create your own, there’s a hand-styled design in the support files so you can get started. To complete this tutorial successfully, you must be competent in Fontographer, Photoshop and Illustrator CS2.
This photoshop tutorial will teach you to draw pringle logo and make it a wall graffiti Everybody loves Pringles, right? well I do.
This tutorial is to make you understand that any kind of graffiti can be created. This also demonstrates the use of CS2 tools such a ‘transform’ and ‘perspective’ of Photoshop.
In this tutorial we will show you how to make graffiti on any wall without running the risk of being fined.
Use this photoshop tutorial to help you use the path and pen tool to create some trendy digital graffiti artwork. this graffiti tutorial is not like the other tutorials where you just follow step by step.
This tutorial is wonderful. It teaches how to incorporate your drawing tints into a real picture. It tells you about special tools of Photoshop, which assist a graffiti writer in changing the picture into a magnificent drawing.
You would love to learn this, if you are bitten by the bug of creativity. Blending two photographs in brilliant manner, it creates a transparency effect. This teaches to uses the overlaying tools of Photoshop.