Video Tutorial: How To Create a Blueprint Effect in Photoshop

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Today we’re going to combine a few simple tools and techniques to produce an old and distressed blueprint effect in Adobe Photoshop. If you’re a bit of a whizz with 3D design software, this effect is ideal for creating cool technical drawings for your concept car, spaceship, or even character models. Export views of the front, side and top, and maybe even a wireframe view to combine into a cool presentation. Alternatively, you could also find some existing real life technical drawings, like my example of an F-16 fighter, or even create the effect from a photograph.

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Video Tutorial: Speed Lines Type Effect in Adobe Illustrator

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So-called “Speed Lines” seem to have become a popular type effect recently. In today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial I’ll show you how to add these fast movement lines to create a custom type effect using Illustrator’s various shape building tools. Along the way we’ll touch on a range of useful tips and techniques that are handy time savers to help take some of the tediousness out of the process.

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