All posts in "Digital Art"

The Best Tablets for College 2019

By John Thatch / January 1, 2019

Here’s a fun fact: there are over 52+ companies that make tablets. In fact, a lot more. But at a certain point the quality has gone down so much that I just stopped looking for alternatives. Most tech review sites like CNET, PCMag and what not recommend  only a handful of companies and with good […]

The 5 Best Osu Tablets 2019

By John Thatch / January 1, 2019

Osu is fun. No, osu is not just “fun”…It’s an addictive carneval of colors, music and speed. Best suited for people with the twitchy nervous system of a war veteran. After playing it a bit you quickly realize that you need something better than a mouse to reach the absolute limits of your potential.If you’re […]

The 7 Best Graphic Design Software (Free & Paid)

By John Thatch / August 21, 2018

It used to be that text was everything: words were king and the accompanying visuals were merely an afterthought. But, a lot has changed since then and in many cases how a website, magazine or poster looks is more important than the content within. As a graphic designer, this probably isn’t news to you, and you’ll […]

42 Stunning Digital Artists To Follow in 2018

By John Thatch / July 11, 2018

42 Stunning Digital Artists Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 Once every summer Artfixed rounds up it’s favorite artists across categories. In this round-up, I’ve handpicked exceptional digital artists around the globe that for one reason or another have stood out in the vast sea of talent. These are people who have been mentioned, linked or otherwise […]

Digital Artist’s Take on Netflix’s upcoming show “The Witcher”

By John Thatch / July 10, 2018

Digital artist Florent Zunino has created his version for the opening credits of the upcoming Netflix TV-series “The Witcher”.While the white sculptures are reminiscent of the Westworld opening credits, it comes to its own with the characters and themes of snow and flame familiar to the fans of the The Witcher universe by CD Project Red. The Witcher book series by […]

How to Set Up Photoshop Tablet Settings

By John Thatch / July 7, 2018

Regardless of the tablet you own, at a certain point you will need to set it up with Photoshop. Although graphic tablets tend to work out of the box once you plug in the device, you might still want to have a better experience.  Either to make sure that your pressure sensitivity is working or that […]

40 Amazing Photo Manipulations

By John Thatch / June 23, 2018

Photo manipulation can make anything real. Now that you no longer have to be a darkroom chemical wizard to create literally whatever you can think of, anyone can produce stunning pieces of art. With an increasing pool of stock photos available for little money, you don’t even really need to be a great photographer. The […]

Fixing your graphic tablet, pen or drivers

By John Thatch / June 22, 2018

This is a compilation of problems and solutions to various graphic tablet, pen or driver related issues that people have reported.  I’ve compiled solutions from various sources and made them easier to read. If you encounter a problem leave a comment and we will try to figure it out. If this list doesn’t help then […]

7 Stunner Illustrator Portfolios

By John Thatch / June 18, 2018

If you’re an illustrator, a portfolio is incredibly important. It’s your calling card to the world, showing who you are and what you do. If you want to increase your chances of getting commissions or selling your existing work, you need to get your art online.Getting your work out there is easier than you probably […]

How a drawing tablet differs from a graphic tablet

By John Thatch / April 9, 2018

The main difference between a tablet PC and a graphic tablet is apparent in the fact that Tablet PCs have screens you can draw on. While graphic tablets do not and further require a computer to run with but there are a few more details that you should know about as well. This article will […]

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