Here is a texture I ran across on a plastic weather beaten mailbox. It is a nice consistency and would work well for distressed looks or grungy backgrounds. Enjoy and share it around (with proper credit please!) copyright Joseph Brewster 2012
This texture may not look impressive by itself, but it is an excellent way to grunge up an image, add a painted effect, make your art look old DiVinci style or create a leather look from a flat color. Enjoy!
It’s happened before. Maybe you don’t believe me. Maybe you doubt the potency of a poorly designed slide, but I’ve seen it first hand, and trust me, you don’t want to be responsible for it. For instance, just the other day
A decent tutorial on lighting techniques for Photoshop users
Maybe you’ve seen graffiti, and maybe you’ve seen some really good graffiti, but if you haven’t discovered Calligraffiti, you just haven’t lived yet. As an artist, and someone who loves the way hip-hop culture has impacted art and street visuals, the marriage of graffiti and calligraphy, for me, is a match made in heaven.
We exploited Hepburn for a few tips, now let’s turn our sights to the most searched for female artist on the internet (according to Guinnes World Records). Now, I’m sure someone will point out that while Audrey Hepburn has a legacy spanning decades, Lady Gaga is a newcomer to the fame monster, but I’m fairly […]
A free metal texture for all you metal fans out there! Just to get you headbanging, here is one of the many millions of uses you could find for this versatile texture: