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Two Free Tools for Non-Designers: Canva and Pablo

Getting Started: To use Canva, you need to sign up for an account. Pablo, on the other hand, doesn’t require an account — just visit…

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General Advice & Pro Tips

Sarah B. reblogged this on sarahblackstock.com and commented:

This post is great for helping you get started using Canva, which I love. And I'm definitely going to give Pablo a try now too! There are so many great, free/cheap tools out there these days.

Remove Image Background In PowerPoint

Starting in the 2010 version, PowerPoint has a really useful tool for removing the backgrounds from photos and images.

Depending on how complex the background is that you want to remove, you can use the automatic background removal or you can draw lines to mark the areas of the picture background you want to keep and which ones you want to remove. 253 more words


The Best Free Alternative to Photoshop (And All Other Image Editors)

It’s a shame that the most handy photo editor, the almighty Photoshop, only offers its service when you pay a handsome amount to quench Adobe’s thirst. 188 more words


Catch Your Customer Attention through the Image

Online base fashion business are blooming day by day, to be a part of modern technology you should adopt latest mechanism for continuing your business. The online fashion industry is one of the biggest growth sectors in the world. 521 more words

Doubting castle 2: Flipped Lecture on Digital Drawing

Coming form a traditional media background, my first conscious experience of vectors only came about when I sat down one day to brief the storyboard artist for the next television commercial we were working on. 282 more words

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Shadow lands

Shadow lands

An exposed landscape in the Lake District is the subject for my next work. I used the Oil Paint Filter and then worked on the stream by hand.

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