All in One – Big Bundle for Creatives Super Deal

by Dustin Martin
on April 7, 2015

Head over to HeyBundle.com today and get their All in One Super Bundle with unique resources from authors of Creative Market. Get 26 Items and Bundles from 8 different Authors, Font, Logos, Labels, Badges, Graphics, Add Ons and more. This deal last for the next 15 days and run $29.

 

Caferus Font

Caferus is inspired and designed for restaurants and Coffee Shops who use vintage concept, for lettering, logo, posters, t-shirt, etc.
Caferus also gives you an easier usage with layouts because you’ll have all the fonts on OTF version:

Caferus Layer Family
Caferus Normal (Sans-serif Bold)
Caferus Slim Regular (Sans-serif Light)
Caferus Regular (Serif)
Caferus Ornament Regular ( OTF & Vector eps CS3 )

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Floral Super Bundle Graphics & Illustrations

by Dustin Martin
on April 2, 2015

TheHungryJpeg.com has another great deal for you. A Floral Super Bundle. Included in this bundle are over 1900 illustrations and graphics as well as 17 fonts. Retail for all of this would be over $600, they are giving it away for $29 for the next 30 days. Purchase this deal and you can use it for personal or commercial use. ( They also have a deal if you tweet the deal you can get 10% off). Here are a few examples of what you will get.

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Basic Shape Manipulation Techniques in Photoshop CS6

by Jake Rocheleau
on March 27, 2015

Adobe Photoshop has come a long way since it was originally released in 1990. While Adobe has put out their latest “monthly subscription” suite of Creative Cloud, many designers choose to stick with the last iteration of CS6.

The CS6 pack is still incredibly powerful and there’s not much of a difference from CS6 to CC. However going back in time there is a tremendous difference between CS6 and CS2 or CS3. So it’s worth getting up to speed with all the new tools and techniques for the CS6/CC collection.

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This how-to guide will focus on how to manipulate shapes in Photoshop CS6. The options bar has some new tools and there are brand new techniques for creating shapes at manual width/height values. If you’re using either CS6 or CC then these tips will dramatically improve your workflow.

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