Born and raised on an island in the middle of the Atlantic ocean, Carina is a self-taught vector illustrator and graphic designer.|
Vector Week: Jan 10 - 16I had so much fun during Project Educates Vector Week I decided to extend the features to a weekly news article. Each article will feature great vector art from each sub category of the vector gallery on deviantART.Vector Week: Jan 10 - 16 by Ikue
Hope you enjoy the show!
Abstract Vector art is pretty hard to describe, because usually the piece is created from the artists minds eye. Nothing has to look like what it's supposed to in fact bending the form away from the norm is the point. Remember, as free and as open as this style can be you still must use a vector based program to create your works. No raster images may be used in the piece, this is vector after all and all the regular vector rules still apply.
Animal art depicts just as the name implies, art where the main subject is an animal. Vector art consisting of cats or dogs, reptiles or bird, mammals or cold bloode
designers'Block: Edition 20 Outside InspirationFor the 20th Edition, we decided to complete the usual feature with some inspirational websites outside of the Community. designersBLOCK joined forces with designcritique. Follow this project on Twitter in designcritique!designers'Block: Edition 20 Outside Inspiration by designersBLOCK
Designers' block is often a term given to phenomenon whereby designers/artist suffer a mental block. We've all suffer this at some time or the other. It's usually a result of stress, lack of creativity, unmotivated, etc. So, we would like to help those designers who need inspiration by putting together a team of five designers that will feature deviations from Designs and Interface gallery.
As much as the article is to expose artists, its primary focus is to be a retreat where one can be inspired and gather ideas. As a result, favorites, comments and views do not affect the designs being chosen, neither does having a daily deviation.
With all that said