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The term I think you're looking for is 'tag cloud', or 'word cloud'. The average tag cloud doesn't regularly include custom shapes like the arrow on the lower left of your example, but the term is close enough. It seems you can create great word clouds with Wordle.
Those are usually mean word clouds. You can use this site easily for creating a word cloud.
(This is a verbatim copy of the answer I just gave here. Not trying to be lazy, I just felt it fit this question just as well.) A fair fee is one you're willing to accept and one they're willing to give you. But there can be other variables involved. The big one is whether or not this is an exclusive license. If they are asking to do this but don't want ...
A fair fee is one you're willing to accept and one they're willing to give you. But there can be other variables involved. The big one is whether or not this is an exclusive license. If they are asking to do this but don't want anyone else to be able to do it, then you need to charge much more as it's prohibiting you from selling a license to others. On ...
This question only depends on what you think your work is worth and is different for every person you ask. Personally if the client was a good client and paid you a fair fee and all they want to do is print it for personal usage in the office I would allow them one print for free and disclose that in a written format and send them a PDF to be e-signed. If ...
I agree that playing around with your phone and taking some pictures is a good way to start but I found that most the time you just need a couple little tricks, representations of what it is and the human mind will connect the dots, and see sugar as long as you give them enough hints at what you want them to see. You can be pretty vague and as long as ...
I was impressed when I saw this iPad drawing of sugar. It basically needs to be a lot solid white for the pile and then you add shadow and/or reflections to give it the look of being made up of grains of sugar. Hope this helps!
We can assume that sugar crystals are cubes with different reflections inside. So, the overall task is to create some cubes and place gradients inside. I did it in 5 minutes, so your results should be much more better than these: I multiplied one cube with gradients as you can see. Of course, here the crystals look very large - for the sake of ...
Those examples are type ornaments or electrotype ornaments and are often called dingbats. But they are derived from 19th century woodcut illustrations. So, the style is generic dingbats and letterpress ornaments. Electrotyping is a depositional process, so the inverse of etching or engraving (because they were used in-line on a letterpess). However, they ...
It's mostly engraving. The best way to emulate is to create your own engravings, though that is a particular skill few of us have experience with. The hallmark of the style is that it's pure black and white and all shading it done via pattern...typically patterns of differently spaced lines that follow the contours of the 3D object being illustrated. ...
Identification - It can fall under: Line Art Scratchboard Hatching Something like this I would personally do-it manually with a 0.05 pen. If you can't try some simple Photoshop crosshatch brushed like this one
illustrator is a vecter drawing program it after used to draw illustrator cartoons digram charts and logo unlike bitmaps image that store information in a grid of dots illustrator used mathematical eqvcation to draw out the shape this make vecter graphic scalable without the coss of resolution
Select all Grab the Shape Builder Tool Option/alt-click-drag across the areas you do not want. Done.
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