Matchbooks and matchboxes became popular as advertising vehicles in the 1950s. This was largely in part due to Diamond Match Company salesman Henry Traute's insight that consumers would see the advertisements on them multiple times a day.
As a result, an entire subculture of beautiful, eye-catching matchbook art was created.
I'm going to show you exactly how you can achieve this classic effect using a few textures and Photoshop filters. Be sure to download your freebies by clicking the button below. Then just follow along with the video!
In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day we're teaching you how to draw a Procreate portrait of the leader and community organizer. Watch step-by-step as illustrator Brad Woodard shares his best tips and tricks in this video tutorial.
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to create a simple winter scene using a combination of line work and fills. Combining these two techniques creates visual interest in your illustration and helps to focus your eye on the important parts of the composition.
In this tutorial, we're going to show you how to make a 2020 New Years Baby with your iPad, Apple Pencil, and a few of our favorite RetroSupply brushes. Download these brushes and texture free and follow along!