Graphic styles are the fastest way to achieve time-consuming effects in Adobe Illustrator. By using graphic styles you can achieve looks like our classic PopType effect below with a single mouse click.
In this video tutorial, we'll mock our work up on a soft comfy looking t-shirt in Photoshop. This is a great way show clients how your design will look in the real world. To help you make your t-shirt mockup I've even included a handy texture you can use to follow along!
Want to make your own photocopy textures to use in your design work? I'm sharing my best hard earned tips for creating copy machine textures I learned while making the Photocopy Hate Machine texture pack. Enjoy!
Learn three easy ways to add distressed textures to your design work and logos in Photoshop with this short video tutorial. Plus, we’ve provided free sample textures and brushes to help you easily follow along. Enjoy!
Creative hack: designer Joe Andrus shares a crash-free tip for adding texture to vector illustrations by bringing the photo-realistic results from your favorite Photoshop brushes into Illustrator.
Give your designs and illustrations a realistic faded, vintage look in Photoshop in under 30 minutes, with this pro video tutorial for using the Analog Ink Foundry kit from The Type Hunter, aka Keith Tatem.
Canada-based illustrator Josué Menjivar goes behind the scenes on an original artwork to show how experimenting with a cocktail of RetroSupply brushes, textures and actions can turbocharge your creativity.
Designer and illustrator Jordan Wong walks through how to give your posters a vintage aesthetic with the authentic World War II-era brushes, actions and textures inside the RetroSupply Kit.
Pro designer Brad Woodard explains how to quickly create a heavily textured retro illustration in Photoshop by harnessing the power of the RetroSupply Woodland Wonderland gouache brushes.
Freelance illustrator Rocky Roark walks through how to create stylised retro characters with the RetroSupply VectorHero ink brush set – using a handy trick for creating natural strokes with Illustrator’s Width tool.
Follow Von Glitscha’s eight-step tutorial to find out how to create a realistic hand-painted effect in your illustrations. Here, he goes behind the scenes on a high-profile illustration created for Adobe Max with the DragStrip brush set.
Love 1950s advertising? Achieve a classic matchbook look in your designs with just a few textures and Photoshop filters in this handy video tutorial – and be sure to download your quality freebies too.