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Digital Art Inspiration – #35

Today we’re going to restart Digital Art collection. As you already know that in this series we gather stunning design Inspiration, 3D art and illustration art which is collected from different Artist. Hope our reader will like this collection.

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50 WordPress Themes for Fashion Blogs

So, you are looking forward to launch your fashion blog and do not want to settle with the average theme? Of course, you should take your time and do the best research because a fashion blog is very different from other types of blogs. Here, you have to be very selective and look for the best WordPress themes for fashion blogs. Looks should be the prime criterion but it is not the “be-all-and-end-all” of your ideal theme. A content friendly approach is also a must along with smooth functionality.

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70 Trendy WordPress Themes For 2014

WordPress is truly a trendsetter in the segment of blogging tools and content management system software’s. Since its inception in 2003, the open source technology has endeared itself to bloggers and site owners in many parts of the world. Its followers have grown into millions from the single digit count, when it was launched. Today, every WordPress lover keeps an eye on the new developments and when it comes to themes, they are always game for new and trendy templates.

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Moleskine Sketches 3 by Norio Fujikawa

Sketching is an art that commonly bring up a drawing on a paper and that might be shaped in a few medium. However pencil is the very common to create sketch but ink and charcoal can be used for this purpose as well. It could be a passion, hobby or of any kind a person can take on. Whatever he thinks or see, he draws in paper.

San Francisco, USA based sketcher Norio Fujikawa is a brilliant Digital Artist & illustrator who is used to draw things perfectly.

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Self Portrait – The Sketch of a Life

Sébastien DEL GROSSO is a French artist, photographer, Illustrator. Its pleasure of mine to share his Photography and sketch combination art named by “The Sketch of a Life”. Hope You all will like his Self Portrait Sketching. For more check this out what he’s say about his project.

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Painting Typography Atypical

Series of posters exploring form and rhythm of letters or pseudo-letters presented as half-realistic, half-illustrative figurative sculptures. The artworks were built from an elaborate artistic painterly gestures into expressive arrangements extending the aesthetic characteristic of typography.

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Dangerdust Illustrate Quotes with Wonderful Chalkboard Art

Pair of twosome anonymous students who knows as DangerDust has raised wreckage into an art form at the Columbus College of Art and Design in Ohio. The set of two has formed a buzz both on campus and online. Every week, they snitch into a classroom, used to illustrate an inspiring quote using chalk and design incredible and astonishing artwork over there.

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Amazing Concept Art by Pablo Fernandez

Pablo Fernandez aka is an artist and illustrator. He’s 30 year old, live in Spanish city of Jaen. He’s used to do freelance work on Illustration, Comic and Concept Art.

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How to Create a Low Poly Art Self Portrait Tutorial

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Low Poly is a technique that eventually used for making 3D models and scenes for videogames. We found a simple and artistic way to create Low Poly art self-portrait tutorial in Photoshop and Illustrator. This tutorial is made by Breno Bitencourt who is from Brazil and is a Graphic Designer.

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45+ Creative Photo Manipulation by Adrian Sommeling

Photo manipulation is a technique which is used to create an illusion or deception after the original photographing be taken. It’s in fact the act of modifying photos to change the image into an incredible image. Often it’s difficult for a watcher to differentiate between a manipulated image and realism.

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Stunning Photography by Nadja Ellinger

A young talented artist Nadja Ellinger aka Spiegellicht is from Olching, Germany. She is an artistandphotographer. Filmmaking, storytelling and designing is also her leisure pursuit. She did really good artwork and carry it on till now.

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Marty Cooper Doodles Cartoons on Transparency Sheets and Places into the Real World

Marty Cooper is a Storyboard artist and self-defined scribbler. He came up with an amusing way to enhance and play with his surroundings. He places cartoons into real life by drawing them on transparent sheet of plastic paper.

Monsters, birds, dogs are all taken through life by simple hoary sharpies. Anyone can drawing like him if he is talented and imaginative.

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Creative Papercut Illustrations by Eiko Ojala

Estonian based graphic designer and illustrator Eiko Ojala is an awesome artist. He continued his creative three dimensional Papercut drawings for leading publications all over the place. His has been used to involve a combination of digital illustration, papercut, paper textures and a fusion of both actual and synthetic shadows.

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10 Awesome Free Nautic Vectors

Nautical is a topic very much appreciated for graphic and web designers, and today we share with our readers this awesome compilation with 10 free nautic vectors designed.

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Creative Sand Art by Kseniya Simonova

When she was child, she has been used to design and drew with her mother. Meanwhile 2006, she was student of two Universities at once. Kseniya worked in a Crimean Riviera, a smooth magazine as an artist and there she started her personal Graphics field. Simonova involved in drawing and spend four to five hours daily with sand in a small dark room of house they borrowed. Her new job was physically hard where she had to stand for long hours and it was so difficult to manage but she did.

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