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Here are the top ten articles for the Digital Art and Design Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Marketing with Animated Gifs - Email Examples
Animated gifs are not a new thing, as they have been around the web since the beginning. However, animated gifs are making a comeback, after falling out of favor several years ago. It's the short duration and subsequent small file size that makes animated gifs perfect for email marketing.
2. Review - Brackets Text Editor
In this review, we will take a look at the Brackets code editor, an open source project by Adobe.
3. Learn CSS Flexbox on Lynda.com
We decided to give the MUSED Literary Review website a new look. Of course, we wanted to use the newest HTML and CSS and that means using Flexbox, CSS Grid and Responsive Web Design. Below are just a few of the best video tutorials that helped me design the new look for MUSED.
4. E-Courses for Creatives Shop
Skillshare is an online learning community for creatives. I love this site because the subscription price is low but you have access to over 17,000 project-based courses. Project-based instruction is one of the best ways to learn a new skill.
5. Watercolor Card with Free Rebelle Stencil
This tutorial is for DIY card makers who create watercolor designs for their cards. We will make a simple card project using Rebelle digital watercolors. Rebelle is a new digital painting software from Escape Motions. You will really like the realistic paint diffusion and color blending in Rebelle.
6. * Article Index - DAD Main Index
The easiest way to find articles you are looking for is to check this complete list categorized by subject.
7. SketchBook Workspace & Copic Color Library
In this tutorial, we will start a new project and learn how to use the Copic Color Library and brushes in SketchBook Pro. We will begin by getting familiar with the SketchBook workspace and then add the Copic tools.
8. Color Digi Stamps with SketckBook Copic Markers
In the last tutorial, we examined the SketchBook workspace and customized the workspace, by adding the Copic Color Library and Copic Marker brushes. Now, we are ready to open our digital stamp .png file in to the canvas and color it with the digital Copic Markers.
9. Selling Vectors to Microstock Sites
In this tutorial, we will continue discussing how to clean up your Illustrator vector files for submission to microstock sites. Most of these sites have the same submission requirements and guidelines. Below is a summary of the most important issues.
10. Rebelle Stencil Feature and Digital Watercolors
Recently Escape Solutions released an upgrade for Rebelle, their new digital painting software with realistic color diffusion and blending. In this article, I will introduce one of the best features of the software, which is the Stencil feature.
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