It's a couple of years since this was done, but I thought it was worth reposting as the level of skill involved is fantastic. The artist that created it is a UK based Illustrator called Kyle Lambert, who has done work for companies such as the BBC, Adobe, Wacom and IDG.
With this post I am going to share with you my basic HTML5 skeleton and discuss why I have set it up the way I have. This is nothing complicated, but I always get questions about how to set up a basic page with HTML5. First off a simple html, head, and body tags…
If you’ve been using Illustrator for any length of time you’ll be aware of the Transform functions that reside under the Object menu. Go to Object>Transform and you’ll find Move, Rotate etc all grouped in one submenu.
If you find yourself constantly configuring the same settings every time you create a new document in Illustrator then you may be glad to know we can save you the time and spare you the monotony.
When we create a New Document in Illustrator we choose from a Document Profile to pre-configure settings for Web, Print etc. But have you ever wondered what these profiles are, or where they live...?
Adobe recently announced a number of new updates for the 2015 release of their video tools. The updates affect Premiere Pro, After Effects, Audition, SpeedGrade, Prelude and Adobe Media Encoder, in addition to which the company is introducing a new animation app "Adobe Character Animator" that brings 2D characters to life, as well as a new mobile project which has been code named "Candy".
The Appearance Panel in Illustrator is the place to go to view and edit the appearance attributes of elements within your document.
To show you how easy it is to create and use svg elements, here is a simple example.
<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="500px" height="300px" viewBox="0 0 1500 300">
<text x="250" y="150"