Many creatives challenge themselves with 365-day projects to keep their creativity sharp and to explore ideas. Very few, however, create a body of work as polished and beautiful as Justin Maller’s Facets project!
Isosmetric projection has been a mainstay in technical drawing and engineering and has become very popular in video games in the 2 decades. Check out Michiel’s project of isometric 3D renders.
Have you ever seen a really amazing work of art and wondered how the artist did it?
This is a collection of beautiful workspaces that can give you inspiration and ideas for designing your own workspace. Some of these workspaces are dark and moody, while others are vibrant and open.
Whenever we see great artwork at Design Instruct, the first thing we wonder about is “How did they do it? What application did they use? What was the process?”
Orlando creates these incredible images with no gradient mesh, no tracing, and no plug-ins. Just good old-fashioned hard work and skill.
In the last decade or so, illustrators and designers have slowly adapted to digital workflows. Illustrators now compose, ink, and color their works on a computer. Not for artist, Fudearashi.
3D graphics software aren’t usually the easiest to master. However, one look at Cezar Brandao’s work will have you wondering if you should incorporate 3D artwork in your own portfolios.
David Szakaly or “Davidope” is one of the most prolific GIF animators in the world. His creations are weird, perplexing, and just plain beautiful.
The ability to create something from a relatively inexpensive and very accessible medium such as paper is really inspiring.
NASA veteran, Rick Mastracchio, is a trained astronaut, engineer, and space-walker. He also happens to have an amazing view and a camera.
Sketching is a wonderful way to experiment with different styles and techniques. It’s a good habit that will help unleash your inner creativity!