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Attention to Design: The Font

In Computer Art, Uncategorized on May 8, 2010 at 7:08 pm

Fonts and design have been on my mind lately, as I have been helping boost aesthetics on a blog redesign. So this great piece over at ColorLovers is quite timely. What sets these pages apart? It’s all in the use of creative fonts, rather than the standard, boring old typefaces. Hit the link above to see more beautiful typographically-correct examples, and check out the links over a ColorLovers for even more great design.

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Future Perfect

In Computer Art, Visual Art on May 16, 2009 at 1:55 am

Khasanov

Computer-generated artwork is not my main medium, so I am always astounded by the work of true professionals in the realm. Ruslan Khasanov might as well be snapping a photo of his portrait subjects, they are so lifelike, so “real.” His website is all in Russian, so it helps to speak the language or employ a translation program.

I found this on the Behance network. Here is his comment to the responses (in English):

Ruslan Khasanov
Ruslan Khasanov, 05-13-09
Thanks, thanks, thanks a lot my friends for your nice comments!)) to Kim Dijkstra I did a lesson (in Russian) about Gradient mesh tool basic on Alba’s foto. You can find it here – http://render.ru/books/show_book.php?book_id=764
Mesh