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When you are saving the illustrator file as a png, what option is selected? Art Optimized or Text Optimized? I've found that these make a difference in how sharp the resulting image is. If there is no text in your graphic, select "Art Optimized" and see if that helps.
If you have Adobe Illustrator, you can do the following. Create a grid using the Rectangular Grid tool. Make a gradient mesh. Go to Object > Envelope Distort > Make with Mesh and select the number grid lines of lines you want to distort with. Use the direct select tool and grab the handle of the mesh to distort the grid.
The biggest thing you can do is add an texture to the image. Subtle bumps can often give a feel of depth. I can't see the image you posted so that all the advice I can give.
With CC 2015, you have two preview options. Under View, you will see GPU Preview or Preview on CPU. To see a crisp high-res version, use the GPU Preview and not the Preview on CPU This makes your vectors appear crisp on screen and not pixelated. ;)
A short list of terms you need knowledge about would be: Viewport settings (http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_rwd_viewport.asp) CSS media queries / CSS breakpoints Mobile First development Difference between adaptive and responsive design Scalable images (SVG) / Retina-ready images (@2x) A nice overview for starters: ...
When I had the same question, I found this article: http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2011/01/12/guidelines-for-responsive-web-design/ For me it was very useful, I hope for you to be.
It is 800 x 115. A quick Google search told me.
You could do it directly in any 3D program. I've done something like this in the past with SketchUp (previously by Google). But then refining it through Illustrator. If I were to do this I would most likely find a 3/4 view satellite image and trace a chunk of buildings in Illustrator. Then modify accordingly for the overlays.
LAYER "NO PRINT" Have a look at the layers and see if the lines are on a separate layer that is "no print". You can see this by looking at the layer's option and verify if the "print" box is checked. To see the layer's option, simply double click on the layer and a small window should appear. Usually, when the box "print" is not checked, what's on it ...
It is a specific aplication: http://www.live2d.com/en/products/cubism_editor. Too bad it is not in english. It is a program to make animations, like you can see in the keyframe editor on the bottom. The principle is a parallax effect. It is somehow common in website design theese days. http://matthew.wagerfield.com/parallax/ In a website you can make it ...
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