In this tutorial Sebastian Luca will teach you how to make use of proportions to create interesting designs, Sebastian talks about the importance of hierarchy in design, how to work with dominant and subordinate shapes and how to emphasize different elements better. He also explains how to place those elements to achieve a well balanced contrast.
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10| Release v.1.1 | Single User License | about 2 months ago
This was unfortunately not what I thought it would be. I thought that by "Essentials" I thought it would be going in depth on multiple concepts, not just exploring the concept of contrast. It's fine at doing that, and shows a bunch of examples of different ways to make contrasting forms/colours, but ultimately I didn't really learn anything new.
If you have difficulties with contrast, however, this is a good tutorial to learn about various types of contrast that exist and how to play them off of each other to make an appealing design. If I had one bit of advice for the creator it would be to try to limit how many times you say "Um", possibly using a script to limit the urge. (As someone with a stutter, I know how hard it is to keep yourself from going "Um..." in vocal communications.)
00| Release v.1.1 | Single User License | almost 2 years ago
I got what I thought I would from the tutorial, some great design principles that are explained well in the beginning of the video, with a nice little demo to provide examples of the design theory in action. I also picked up a few rendering techniques watching the demo which I look forward to experimenting with in my work.
My only constructive criticism would be that the instructor could maybe spend a little more time in certain areas explaining certain techniques he is using, why he is using them and the purpose of them as I feel this would give a bit more information to artists who aren’t as knowledgeable.
Overall a great tutorial at around an hour of content with an amazing price, with well thought out content and an interesting example demo to demonstrate the design principles laid out in the first 10 minutes.