They say that there is a “divine proportion” that rests in nature and many things around us. You can find it in flowers, bee-hives, sea shells, and even our body.
This divine proportion, also known as the Golden ratio, Divine ratio, or Golden section and can be applied to various arts and discipline. Scientists claim that the closer to the golden ratio an object is, the more the human brain finds it agreeable and pleasant.
Every website makes use of typography, but the vast majority of them don’t do anything particularly special with it.
In fact, a lot of the websites I visit on a daily basis make quite poor use of typography (in my opinion), why is why I always feel a sense of overwhelming delight when I do come across a website that has really gone the extra mile as far as typography is concerned.
It’s no secret that the internet loves cats. Cats are the most-loved animal on the internet after dogs. On the other hand, we can say that the internet is one giant, virtual cat park.
We all love cats (Well… almost all), cats are adorable, especially the mind-numbing cute copycat cats, they are even cuter. Just like any other celebrity, cats are also talented, they can also wear makeup and turn themselves into other things; only, of course, a wee bit furry and lot more cuter.
On per global scale, the enormous growth of graphics/web designing over the years is a clear testimony of men’s lust and longing for more of the visualizing revolution.
Various notable and companies and their CEO’s are always on the hunt for some brilliant graphic-designing talent out there. This is mostly due to the fact that the verge of mobile internet platform and the need for applications has been and constantly in great want, which certainly requires an efficient design and appealing look to apart from having great functionality.
Adobe Illustrator can be a little tricky to get your hands around, particularly after getting used to the workflow of applications like Photoshop. The differences between layer use and the creation of objects and shapes can be really strange at first hand.
In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a vacuum cleaner in Adobe Illustrator. For starters you will learn how to create the main shapes using basic tools (Pen, Rectangle, Ellipse tools…) and techniques (Offset Path, Clipping Mask…). Next, you will learn how to add shading and highlights for these shapes using basic blending and vector shape building techniques, along with a bunch of effects. Let’s start!