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  • Interviews
    To the Point: Interview With Nataliya Dolotko01
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    This is a bit of a special interview. Nataliya Dolotko is a Ukranian artist currently living in Germany, creating microstock graphics and tutorials for us here at Tuts+. Read on to learn about what got her into design, her experiences as an artist working for Tuts+, Shutterstock and Fotolia, and where she plans to go with her designs.Read More…
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    To the Point: Interview With Daniel Alexander002
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    This interview is an absolute pleasure. From drag queens to pop culture icons, Daniel Alexander mixes fashion, gender expression, and comic book illustration in a skillful and utterly fabulous manner. Sit for a spell and read about his influences, inspiration, stories about his present work, and where it's all going. Read More…
  • Community Projects
    Tuts+ Community Project—Past and Present: Show Us Your First Creations!Past presentart preview
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    With 2014 coming to a close, we want you to share your journey with us! For this month's Tuts+ Community Project we want readers to submit examples of their first and most recent creations for an inspiring stroll down memory lane.Read More…
  • Interviews
    To the Point: An Interview With Ellinoora LainePreview
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    An interview with Finnish artist Ellinoora Laine, aka Dashiana. Dashi works for the mobile games company Rovio Entertainment, and takes us through her experience working for the company that created Angry Birds, Juice Cubes, and more. Get the lowdown on her inspiration, work process, and life as an artist.Read More…
  • Interviews
    To the Point: An Interview With Alex TornbergPreview
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    An interview with Swedish concept artist, Alex Tornberg, who has created conceptual designs and storyboard for companies such as Electronic Arts, Mattel, Funcom and more. We get down to the basics of his inspiration and what got him into entertainment art, as well as what it takes to lead projects within game design and manage a team of artists.Read More…
  • Halloween
    Tuts+ Community Project: See Our Halloween Showcase!Gravestone preview
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    Today we bring you the results of our Halloween inspired community project, here on Tuts+ Design & Illustration. Enjoy the spooky submissions of creative gravestones from some of our talented readers!Read More…
  • Interviews
    To the Point: An Interview With Robert IzaPreview1
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    Interview with artist and animator, Robert Iza. Readers may know his work from the webcomic "The Eternally Injured Ninja" or as a storyboard artist for the Nickelodeon series "Breadwinners". In this interview, Iza discusses his artwork, inspiration, working for Nickelodeon, art shows in galleries, and more.Read More…
  • Community Projects
    Tuts+ Halloween Community Project: Join the Designers Graveyard! Gravestonepreview
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    It's the month for all things Halloween! Join us in this month's Design & Illustration Community Project where we ask you to submit a personalized gravestone for yourself or fictional character. Utilize the free templates or create your own in order to get featured!Read More…
  • Community Projects
    Community Project: Vector Wire Frames ShowcaseVwpreview
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    Last month we kicked off the Wire Frames Community Project, in which readers from across the globe showed us a little insight into their vector process. Today we bring you the results of this project with incredible wire frames from our readers!Read More…
  • Interviews
    To the Point: Interview With Anna DittmannPreview
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    In this interview, digital artist Anna Dittmann discusses her body of work, art techniques, and future goals. Explore Anna's nature-inspired artwork, ethereal color palettes, and beautiful portraiture work while she breaks down her influences, history, artistic goals, and current projects. Her work is inspiring and downright brilliant to behold.Read More…
  • Design Theory
    Is Digital Art "Real" Art? Facts and Myths About Digital CreatingDigital art myths prev
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    Can you be a great digital artist when you don't how to draw with a pencil? Do you need expensive equipment for digital art? And what is the best way to learn it? The answers may be surprising!Read More…
  • Interviews
    To the Point: Interview With Sabrina SmelkoPreview
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    An interview with Canadian illustrator and designer, Sabrina Smelko, whose work varies from illustration to graphic design to art direction to blog writing. She's worked with Mozilla, AARP, and a host of other companies. It seems her client list never ends, and as such her insight into the working life of an in-demand designer is enlightening to say the least.Read More…
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