Create a Recycle Bin Replacement Icon (Bathtub) in Photoshop

Create a Recycle Bin Replacement Icon (Bathtub) in Photoshop

January 29, 2010 in Featured, Icon Design in Photoshop, Photoshop by admin

Create a Recyle Bin Replacement Icon in Photoshop

Aren’t you tired of the same old Windows recycle bin icon? Let’s create a fun replacement: a nice vintage bathtub complete with foam and plastic duck!

3D Icon and Shape Design in Illustrator – Video Tutorial

3D Icon and Shape Design in Illustrator – Video Tutorial

January 22, 2010 in Featured, Illustrator by admin

Want to learn “Icon and Shape Design in Illustrator” ?

Interface and Icon Designer, Wendell Fernandes of Dellustrations.com, shows us some of his tricks on how to design an icon in Adobe Illustrator. He builds an icon from scratch on this video. He shows us how to make shapes that could be valuable in many applications.

Candle And Votive Holder In 3D

Candle And Votive Holder In 3D

January 21, 2010 in 3D, AutoDesk 3DSMax, Featured by admin

Candle And Votive Holder In 3D
( Autodesk 3dsmax 2010 and Earlier)

Welcome to the "Candle And Votive Holder" tutorial. In this tutorial we will be covering how to create the decorative glass along with the wax and flame. I am using Autodesk 3dsmax 2010 while writing this tutorial, although you should be able to follow along with earlier versions as well.

Free Icon Pack Plus Bonus Set of Social Media Icons

Free Icon Pack Plus Bonus Set of Social Media Icons

January 13, 2010 in Featured, Freebies, Icon Packs, Photoshop by admin

Let me hear you say Free Icons!

Everyone loves free stuff, especially if it’s high quality. We’re offering this high quality set of 32 icons in 9 different colors for free. We’ve also included a bonus set of 10 social media icons in 7 different colors as well. All icons were created in Adobe Photoshop and can be downloaded in a zipped up PSD file. These icons were designed by Wendell Fernandes of Dellustrations.com.

Video on How to Design a Website in Photoshop – Part 2

Video on How to Design a Website in Photoshop – Part 2

January 11, 2010 in Featured, Photoshop, Web Design by admin

This is video 2 in a two video series on “How to Design a Website in Photoshop”

Wendell Fernandes of Dellustrations.com shows us how to create an elegant website in Adobe Photoshop starting from the ground up. He shows us step by step how to setup a template and then explains which tools to use in Photoshop, and how to use them, in order to create an awesome looking web site. This is video 2 of 2 in this video tutorial series. If you missed video 1, you might want to watch it first by clicking HERE.

Create Realistic 3D Picture Frames in 3DS Max and Mental Ray

Create Realistic 3D Picture Frames in 3DS Max and Mental Ray

in 3D, AutoDesk 3DSMax, Featured by admin

Realistic Picture Frames And Wall Art In 3D
( Autodesk 3dsmax 2010 and Earlier)

Welcome to this educational session of 3D Design. In this session we will create a realistic set of Picture Frames / Wall Art in Autodesk 3dsmax 2010 and Mental Ray. Most of the educational aspects of this tutorial can be transferred to other 3D applications easily.

Video Tutorial on How to Design a Website in Photoshop

Video Tutorial on How to Design a Website in Photoshop

January 8, 2010 in Photoshop, Web Design by admin

This is video 1 in a two video series on “How to Design a Website in Photoshop

Wendell Fernandes of Dellustrations.com shows us how to create an elegant website in Adobe Photoshop starting from the ground up. He shows us step by step how to setup a template and then explains which tools to use in Photoshop, and how to use them, in order to create an awesome looking web site. This is video 1 of 2 in this video tutorial series.

Setting Up A 3D Walk Through – Fly Through in 3DS Max

Setting Up A 3D Walk Through – Fly Through in 3DS Max

January 4, 2010 in 3D, AutoDesk 3DSMax, Featured by admin

Setting Up A 3D Walk Through – Fly Through
( Autodesk 3dsmax 2010)

In this tutorial we will go about the process of setting up a "Walk Through" or "Fly Through" animation in Autodesk 3dsmax. This Tutorial can be followed by users of other applications as well, since most of the functions can be transferred. The concept I am about to teach is pretty universal.

For those that are a bit more advanced I will spill the beans early… animate your camera along a path.

This tutorial is not meant to be a modeling guide for creating your environment. It is meant to teach you how to set up your animation after modeling the environment. Simple… maybe… maybe not… let’s take a look.