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For the first part of the year 2011, I would like to thank each and everyone of my friends and regular readers who drop by here every now and then to check out what’s new at prodigalconcepts.com and I wish you all good things this year and please continue to support my site and help me spread the word by sharing the articles you find interesting with your friends!
Today we will be creating a very cool “Pin Wheel” in Photoshop with the help of the Pen Tool… continue reading
Anyone familiar with “Magic Cards” knows that a lot of talent goes into the design of a single card. And I’m not talking about those David Blaine or Criss Angel types of magic cards that disappear in front of your face. What we have is commonly known as Magic: The Gathering or just Magic and sometimes simply MTG cards, it’s a complex card game similar or inspired by role playing predecessor card games such as “Dungeons and Dragons”. And this game is very popular that it’s estimated to be played by some six million players in over seventy countries.continue reading
Graphic illustrations are manifestations of all the youthful imaginations we have as kids. Having them realized in print and digital form just makes it all enjoyable. Like magic coming to life it’s exciting. And with all the great artists out there it’s hard to describe the feeling of pride to find a homegrown talent among the multitudes of graphic illustrators we have today, it’s simply awesome. continue reading
Michael Myers rendition of the LOST cast makes this feature post of the week because he gives a new life to the characters we’ve all grown to appreciate throughout their 6 seasons. The T.V. show’s time to shine has passed on to the realm of re-runs but our special guest illustrator Michael Myers shining moment will continue to brighten our days for a very long time. continue reading
The internet is overflowing with rare gems. Websites that we can consider a great find in the multitude of websites trying to get a piece of that popularity pie. As a web designer I am often on a quest in search of new skills I could include to my arsenal. And one time I was so inspired by doodle art during my research for my articles “We will, WeeWillDoodle” together with those awesome illustrated websites I’ve featured in “Inspiration: Cultural themed website designs”, that I felt like I had to try it out for myself right then and there continue reading