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September 4, 2018

Beautiful & Heartwarming Illustrations by Graziela Andrade

Beautiful & Heartwarming Illustrations by Graziela Andrade

Get ready to to put a smile on your face with these beautiful illustrations. If by any reason you need a little love and some pick me up images. You are in the right place. The artist behind these pieces is a fellow Brazilian. Graziela Andrade from Aracaju. I love how, depending on the style, illustrations can take us to very different places. There are all sorts of drawings out there. And that is the magic of it. What got my attention on Graziela Andrade’s work was the softness, the cuteness, the expressiveness. Her work is simply heartwarming. You can see her amazing talent in each of her artworks. She draws super cute characters with lots of personality and attitude. And the way she uses colors and the style of her lines are really inspiring. Graziela’s illustrations will certainly win your heart.

The artist mentions that in each of her drawings you will find a little bit of herself and her story. And I do believe you can see that. The characters seem connected by this unique style. And all the pieces certainly tell a story. As you know I always like to observe artworks and create my own world around them. So you can imagine that Graziela’s pieces got me really busy and amazed. Get ready for some cuteness overload!

Beautiful & Heartwarming Illustrations by Graziela Andrade

Beautiful & Heartwarming Illustrations by Graziela Andrade

Beautiful & Heartwarming Illustrations by Graziela Andrade

Beautiful & Heartwarming Illustrations by Graziela Andrade

Beautiful & Heartwarming Illustrations by Graziela Andrade

Beautiful & Heartwarming Illustrations by Graziela Andrade

I started studying drawing in 2012 and after that I just couldn’t stop. During that same period I created my line of personal gifts and also illustrated a children’s book. I always loved fairy tales, magic wonderlands and princesses. And I believe I show that in my work. Drawing was always the best way to express my feelings. In each piece I draw you will find a little bit about me and my story.

Beautiful & Heartwarming Illustrations by Graziela Andrade

Beautiful & Heartwarming Illustrations by Graziela Andrade

Beautiful & Heartwarming Illustrations by Graziela Andrade

Beautiful & Heartwarming Illustrations by Graziela Andrade

Beautiful & Heartwarming Illustrations by Graziela Andrade

Beautiful & Heartwarming Illustrations by Graziela Andrade

Beautiful & Heartwarming Illustrations by Graziela Andrade

Beautiful & Heartwarming Illustrations by Graziela Andrade

Beautiful & Heartwarming Illustrations by Graziela Andrade

Beautiful & Heartwarming Illustrations by Graziela Andrade

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Sep 04, 2018

Source: Abduzeedo Illustration

September 4, 2018

UI Inspiration: This week's picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and more

UI Inspiration: This week’s picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and more

It’s that time of the week for our collection of UI/UX designs to boost your UI inspiration. We are focusing on cool animations, layout designs, UX thinking and more. We are mixing it all from static, dynamic and even live prototypes, this might be a great weekly series to bookmark! This week, we are kicking it off with a Workout App screens designed by Dumnoi Ikechukwu and also a clean UI for Restaurant Finder App by Adam Sokołowski.

In this collection we are featuring the work from Arman, Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Justin, Adam Sokołowski and more.

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UI Inspiration: This week's picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and moreDesign by Dumnoi Ikechukwu

UI Inspiration: This week's picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and moreDesign by Arman

UI Inspiration: This week's picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and moreDesign by Justin

UI Inspiration: This week's picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and moreDesign by Dumnoi Ikechukwu

UI Inspiration: This week's picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and moreDesign by Adam Sokołowski

UI Inspiration: This week's picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and moreDesign by Dipmal Lakhani

UI Inspiration: This week's picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and moreDesign by Sahil Pandita

UI Inspiration: This week's picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and moreDesign by Daria Krav

UI Inspiration: This week's picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and moreDesign by Templates

UI Inspiration: This week's picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and moreDesign by Peter Hamilton

UI Inspiration: This week's picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and moreDesign by Rob Robertson

UI Inspiration: This week's picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and moreDesign by Daniil Lisnyak

UI Inspiration: This week's picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and moreDesign by Bayzid Khan

UI Inspiration: This week's picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and moreDesign by alaisahabim

UI Inspiration: This week's picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and moreDesign by UXD Technologies

UI Inspiration: This week's picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and moreDesign by Tomi | GraphiXaar

UI Inspiration: This week's picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and moreDesign by Beqa Giorgadze

UI Inspiration: This week's picks from Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Arman and moreDesign by Dumnoi Ikechukwu

AoiroStudio
Sep 04, 2018

Source: Abduzeedo UI/UX

September 3, 2018

Stylish Editorial Design for Design Fabric Fest

Stylish Editorial Design for Design Fabric Fest

Shrenik Ganatra and Ninad Kale shared a beautiful editorial design project on their Behance profile. It was commissioned for a design event called Design Fabric Fest. Featuring an awesome graphic design style, they played with bold typography and really nice graphic elements to create the booklet. The colors are also very nicely chosen, mixing a vibrant red with dark purple and yellow. There are a lot of things to love about this project, it reminds me of when I started my design career, in college, where our focus and dream was to create printed pieces like this one. 

For more information about Shrenik and Ninad, make sure to check out their Behance profiles. 

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abduzeedo
Sep 03, 2018

Source: Abduzeedo Editorial Design

September 2, 2018

The Effects These 5 Essential Drone Shots Have on Your Audience


Yeah, drone shots are cool, but they’re so much more than that.


I think we can all unanimously agree that drones have not only made filmmaking more fun but also took cinematography to a new level. Now that this stylish kind of camera work is accessible to just about everyone, shots like aerial overheads and orbits have become a common fixture in films, music videos, and just about any other type of video out there. But adding these shots to your work isn’t just about making stuff look cool—they can speak volumes to your audience.



Take a look at this video from Adorama to get a crash course on five of the most essential drone shots being used right now and then continue on to learn more about how you can use each of them to tell more engaging visual stories.



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Source: NoFilmSchool

August 31, 2018

This cockpit-style simulator will make your VR experiences more immersive

Do you want a cockpit-style VR gaming chair that looks like something a Star Trek captain would sit in? If so, this new 3 Degree of Freedom Motion Simulator Kickstarter may be for you.

The post This cockpit-style simulator will make your VR experiences more immersive appeared first on Digital Trends.

Source: Digital Trends VR

August 31, 2018

Mobile UI/UX Design: Perfect Recipes App

Mobile UI/UX Design: Perfect Recipes App

Happy Friday everyone! I wanted to end the week with this UI/UX case study by the folks from Tubik Studio, a kickass digital studio based in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine. We are showcasing one of their latest projects, the mobile UI design for a perfect recipes app. An application where you will be able to learn to cook by following recipes and also a food shopping experience. What’s interesting from this particular cooking app is a concept of an integration with AmazonGo services where recipes can be generated in the relation of what you are shopping on Amazon. This could totally enhance our food shopping experience and becoming more intuitive. Let’s be hopeful for the near future.

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AoiroStudio
Aug 31, 2018

Source: Abduzeedo UI/UX

August 31, 2018

Blockchain Platform TREETI Wants to Empower You as a Filmmaker


In the ever-changing film marketing and distribution climate, it’s always exciting to learn about emerging companies and platforms that can provide new and innovative ways for filmmakers to engage their audiences and be compensated for their hard work.



Last week we joined Jennifer MacArthur, filmmaker and TREETI’s SVP of Global Marketing and Strategic Partnerships, at the Made In NY Media Center by IFP, to hear about the new start-up and why filmmakers should consider checking it out.



According to their website, TREETI is a “socially activated viewing platform dedicated to raising the value of content and providing ways for new creative voices to find an audience” that believes “a direct connection between filmmakers and fans is the future of entertainment.”

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Source: NoFilmSchool

August 31, 2018

Between the Ages of 18-24? Apply to the Sundance Ignite Short Film Challenge


Feel like you’re too young to get noticed? Let’s change that.


While there are numerous opportunities for filmmakers looking to begin their careers with a solid foundation and support system, few this good are age-specific. Sundance Institute and Adobe Project 1324 are teaming up once again for the Sundance Ignite program, a year-long mentorship program for 15 filmmakers between the ages of 18-24.



Created as a way to bring younger filmmakers into the growing Sundance family, Sundance Ignite seeks filmmakers with short films that show “what stories ignite you and demonstrate the power of film to ignite creativity, passion, and impact.” Below is a sample of last year’s fellows.





Sounds like a great, productive time, yeah? If you meet the age requirements, you can apply here. You will need to submit a one-to-eight minute short film (narrative or documentary-based) that emphasizes the mandate above. You will also need to complete the written portion of the application in order to be considered.

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Source: NoFilmSchool

August 31, 2018

'If You Have a Vision, Try to Keep It ’: Mastering 1970s Crime Cinema in ‘Let the Corpses Tan’


“We want to be sensational.”


Filmmakers Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani have a growing reputation as the biggest and boldest purveyors of pastiche. Their latest film, Let the Corpses Tan, does not disappoint. This time exploring the erotic violence of the Spaghetti Western and psychedelic experiments of the 1960s and 1970s, the filmmakers are nothing short of visual masterminds.



Adapted from a 1971 novel by Jean Patrick Manchette, the film follows a cadre of criminals who hole up in a crumbling Mediterranean village with a has-been writer and his exquisitely destructive muse, Luce. In this cascade of genre fetishism, no shot is wasted.



Cattet and Forzani sat down with No Film School on the eve of the film’s theatrical release to talk about storyboarding in the script, creating meaningful mise-en-scène, and never surrendering your vision.





No Film School: How did you adapt the novel into the script, knowing that the imagery would be absolutely everything in this film?

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Source: NoFilmSchool

August 31, 2018

Get Hands On with the Canon CN-E 20mm Prime Lens


We test drive the Canon CN-E Primes with the Canon EOS C300 Mark II.


When Canon introduced the EOS C700 FF into its cinema ecosystem, the company also brought with it the new CN-E 20mm prime lens. The addition makes it the seventh in the series accompanying the 14, 24, 35, 50, 85, and 135mm.



While the CN-E Primes have been out for a while (now with positive reactions from those in documentary and narrative genres), we wanted to take a closer look ourselves. Canon supplied an EOS C300 Mark II and a full set of lenses to review.

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Source: NoFilmSchool