I'm speaking here of the innovative application for sketching, drawing and painting, released last month for Mac and Windows by developer 61 Solutions. Mischief seeks the holy graphical grail of "the richness of pixel-based brushes and the scalability of vectors" and to that end provides an environment in which you don't define the page size or resolution but instead just start drawing, in the knowledge that the program's promised infinite canvas will never get in your way.
If you need to adjust your artboard size to the size of the artwork there is a simple trick to get this done. Simply edit the artboard and click the artwork. The artboard will immediately adjust to the mimimum size to fit your vector artwork.
I enjoyed the book Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson immensely. Steve was a crazy genious who sacrificed a lot to create perfect objects that would make the world a little better. One has to learn about his life to understand the choices and decisions he made. It's a fascinating human story. It's great to see the character of Apple's founder come to life in the movie Jobs. Watch the trailer below.
Watch how Photoshop CC you can save shots you thought were lost due to camera motion. Whether your blur was caused by slow shutter speed or a long focal length, Camera Shake Reduction analyzes its trajectory and helps restore sharpness.
A week ago, Apple announced the stunning New Mac Pro line which features a radically new ‘miniature’ form factor. A company called MacStadium believes the Mac Pro is absolutely perfect for deployment into high density server Hosting environments. MacStadium's Mac Pro POD will facilitate 270 servers in 12 square feet of datacenter floor space.
iOS7's is visually organazed into layers. The background moves slightly by default to give you the feeling that the icons are floating above it. But if you select any panoramic image as a background you can achieve an even more impressive effect. As you move your phone around the panorama slides behind the icons. Watch the video explaining how to switch it on.
Dear Readers, from now on we will point the Forum menupoint on Creativebits to GraphicDesignForum.com, which has recently been upgraded and specializes in Graphic Design Discussions and point Critique to the Brands of the World Logo Critique section, which is a premier place on the web to get a critique on your logo. I intend to focus on making the features on both GraphicDesignForum and Brands of the World Critique as good as possible.
In the 19th and well into the 20th century, the museums of the world, as well as the homes of collectors, were filled with plaster. More specifically, these were plaster casts made from the bronze or marble originals of the more notable examples of Greek and Roman sculpture. Plaster, because this was an inexpensive medium for making very accurate copies. So there's a certain coherence in Cosmo Wenman's current mission, which is to use 3D printing to make these classics even more broadly available than before.