I honestly have to say I like Photoshop way more than illustrator. If it wasn’t for things like “scalable vectors” I would have dropped illustrator like a hot potato. 

Image manipulation is my thing, and I love it even more so when I use Photoshop. Hand illustration is my thing and I love it...until I use illustrator. It’s so buggy, laggy, and limited. 

With Photoshop I feel free, and it rarely crashes on me no matter how many layers I stack on top of layers. Illustrator on the other hand crashes like clockwork if there are too many layers, too much details, etc. I am reduced to doing my most detailed work on Photoshop when I can’t be bothered with the constantly crashing illustrator.

The worst part is when illustrator crashes when I need to save, or can’t open the massive file I recently just saved. At first I thought my PC was just weak, and used 4 different high powered computers (from friends of course) with much better specs (more ram, faster processor, and the like). There was no change. Crash, crash, crash, crash, crash!!!!  Freeeeeeezeeee!!!!

The sad part is that illustrator has some great features that photoshop does not, but the constant freezing, and crashing has me running the other way. I have a serious like-hate relationship with Adobe illustrator at this point. In the meantime I’ll be using an alternative for vector art while adobe support figures out the issue. 

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You've just stumbled on to 7 colorful beautiful hand illustrated starry pumpkins which come in orange, blue, gray, purple, pink, green, and red!

Today, I was a bit inspired (since I honestly was home with nothing to do) to create "digital paper patterns." I'm not sure exactly why, but for some reason these things are very popular and a lot of people buy them in bulk on sites like Etsy (maybe for things like arts, and crafts or to use as digital backgrounds...I don't know).

Anyways, I started playing around with my mouse, and adobe creative cloud (Illustrator + Photoshop) and this is what I basically came up with. They were fun to make as well. 

Today I got some practice in, and designed these three illustrations in Adobe Illustrator. The first is a purple, and white gradient elephant, the second is a colorful floral wreath, and the third is a leaf patterned digital paper try-out.

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I was inspired to create a colorful flaming Phoenix illustration from a few black, and white Phoenix images I saw while casually surfing the web a few days ago.

Here’s an overview of what you can expect from some of these helpful graphic design tools for web designers: 

1 ) Save time coding, and spend more time designing

2 ) Less unanswered back and forth emails to graphic design clients

Okay, let’s get right on to it! 

If you're a graphic website designer, and would like a website inspector alternative that is more visual, and less code then I definitely recommend you take a look at CanvasFlip Visual Inspector. It's a chrome extension that allows you to visualize temporary changes on a live website without typing a line of code. 

Photoshop CC Speed Art Version: Huge Fantasy Snow Leopard with Beautiful Guitar Woman Manipulation

Photoshop Tutorial : Huge Fantasy Snow Leopard with Beautiful Guitar Woman Manipulation

Two Worlds Collide In This Beautiful Colorful Fantasy Artwork Featuring A Huge Snow Leopard with A Song Writing Guitar Girl On Train Tracks Photoshop Manipulation Tutorial.
Yesterday I took a shot at illustrating for the first time in months in Adobe illustrator.