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  • Spot colors. Shade them!

    By Oana on November 9, 2008
    Shading colors tutorial ! Colors – we talked about how to lay the flats on our artwork, but this alone sometimes just doesn’t cut it. As I said, having only lines or lines and flat colors is fine, sometimes even better than an elaborate detailed thing – it all depends on the design you are doing. In most cases, if […]
  • From Raster to Vector. Lines.

    By Oana on November 6, 2008
    From Raster to Vector. Lines. The title might be a bit confusing, but, trust me, once you see the pictures you’ll understand. Basically, this is a short tutorial on how to convert a raster image into a vector one using one color rendering. Only this time, instead of using halftones, we are going to use a more controlled method, using […]
  • Spot Colors – Flat’em!

    By Oana on November 1, 2008
    Coloring line art tutorial ! As you know, there are ways and ways to work with color. As many as they are, we can reduce them to some basic methods, when it comes to apparel design. And the two most used techniques are coloring with halftones (when we need to obtain a big number of shades without increasing the number […]
  • Step by step Vexel Art

    By Barkone on October 21, 2008
    This type of art has become very popular lately, invading most of the digital art sites and blogs. This is the reason why we try to make a relevant and documented post regarding this subject. Etymologically the word vexel is a mix between the words vector and pixel, as Wikipedia explains. The word was introduced by Seth Woolley, then a […]
  • Getting friendly with line art. Scan, clean, vector!

    By Oana on October 19, 2008
    I just sketched some awesomeness. And I need my awesomeness to get digital, because I want to do bad stuff to it in Photoshop. What to do, what to do, in order to keep things just as good looking as I already see them in my head? Well, this is the kind of process that happens in our designer/artsy head […]
  • Mock it good

    By Oana on October 11, 2008
    Revolutionary Hoodie Customization Package from Go Media on Vimeo. Let’s say that you are done working on a design and now it’s time to show the client your hard work. Well, if this is the case, you probably know that before you send the final file you need to send some mock-ups for approval. In case you have everything done, […]
  • Tips for a professional presentation of your work

    By Oana on October 5, 2008
    Work presentation Your customer calls or emails you, asking for you to show what you’ve been working on for him. What are you going to do? Send a jpg showing exactly the file as you see it when working on it? Well, you could do that if you are near the end of the project and it all looks good. […]
  • Working with clients – Avoid unwanted situations

    By Oana on October 2, 2008
    And I am sure that on top of the list of unwanted situations is “I still haven’t got my money!”. Here is some business advice that could avoid such unpleasant issues. First of all, I want to say this topic has been extensively discussed on forums where designers meet, especially on emptees.com , where pro designers and noobz alike (I […]
  • Our freaks will start blogging

    By Barkone on October 2, 2008
    Today I started very chaotically, since we will officially plug a new feature and for this I am very pleased to announce our new T-shirt Factory blog – http://blog.tshirt-factory.com . Since our team had gathered lots of subjects ready for publishing on vector design matters we decided to start blogging. Most of the blog will be written by long-time friend […]
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