Cricut Design Space Class with Melody Lane

Cricut Design Space Class with Melody Lane

Green Graphic Design

Everybody’s going green. Some graphic designers are on the bandwagon, but some are still figuring it out. If you’re one of the latter, but you want to get on the bandwagon, it’s really quite simple. The same principles we teach school children about the environment can be applied to any business. Start with the basics: Reduce, reuse, and recycle.

Fritz Scholder – A Tribute to a Native Indian American Genius

One of the greatest Native American Indian artists of the twentieth century Fritz Scholder (October 6, 1937-February 10, 2005) was born in Breckenridge, Minnesota, USA. Since an early age, he was clear about his creative goals in life. His inclination towards art was further fuelled when he met the noted artist Oscar Howe (1915-83) at high school in Pierre, South Dakota. Under his guidance, Scholder was voted as the Best Boy Artist and was made the President of the Mid-West Art and Music Camp held at the University of Kansas in 1955.

Giorgio Vasari – A Florentine Mannerist Star of Italian Renaissance

Italian Renaissance writer, painter, and architect Giorgio Vasari was born on July 30, 1511, in Arezzo, Tuscany. He is very famous for his book Vite de’ piu eccellenti architetti, pittori, et scultori Italiani (Lives of the Most Excellent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects, 1550-68) in which he compiled the lives of famous artists and is also considered as the founder of art-historical writing.

Warren Dreher – An American Blender of American Realism and Bay Area Figurative Art

Warren Dreher, the ‘Insider’ landscape painter, was born in Providence, Rhode Island, USA in 1946. His fascination for art landed him as student at the Rhode Island School of Design. Since his childhood, he was always attracted towards the effects of sunlight on different landscapes and its various elements.

Lighting Options in the 3D World

When deciding how to illuminate your scene, you must consider several points first. If you know the types of materials that you want to use for a scene, then you are one step closer. If not, you should probably determine the types and colors of the materials you intend to use.

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