We have seen quite a few illustrations with the low poly style, it looks like a very difficult technique but Breno Bitencourt put together a very complete Photoshop tutorial showing the process, including a video. I will really give it a try and now you have the chance to try to, check it out. Here I'll show you step-by-step how to create a stylish low-poly portrait in Illustrator and Photoshop. The secret to creating works in this style is working from the best reference photos – and first off Breno reveals how to capture these (using himself as a model).
Social Media Illustrations
One of the many great advantages of doing the Daily Inspirations is to discover talented artists all over. This digital art series by Filip Hodas are part of my findings; his series is entitled: Pop Culture Dystopia. It's a beautiful series where dystopia goes where the imagined where everything is different and unpleasant. A right insightful perspective to the future if things would go bad, looking forward of seeing more.
Once again I'm here to show you some beautiful and inspiring artworks I found on Instagram. I'm talking about the stylish work of @ronaldrestituyo. Ronald is a 25 years old artist from the Dominican Republic. He has an civil engineering degree and is a self-taught artist. The colors, lines and style of his pieces are really inspiring, take a look. I draw since I was a kid and I started painting in 2011. My passion is art. I love to work with different techniques and materials.
I haven't posted a case study in quite a while but it's always awesome to discover beautiful work and the behind the scenes of them. For this post I feature the work of Katlego Phatlane a designer and illustrator from Johannesburg, South Africa. The projects are Adobe Illustrator Neo-Cube and Adobe Photoshop Neo-Cube. The cool thing behind them is the level of details and of course the style. For more information check out https://www.behance.net/kattphatt