Now we’ve got the Photoshop basics which enable us to use any type of tutorial in the most friendly manner.
It’s time to pull out the creativity and realize our own creations. Where does inspiration come from?, Anywhere: a film, a videogame, a skateboard, a site… Having said that I will propose 10 amazing sites that will certainly provide good ideas where you can start from.
It’s one of mine most preferred sources, FFFFound! is a web service that allows the users to post & share their favourite images found on the web.
2) COOL SHOWCASE
It’s the marriage of Sergio Milardovich (web programmer) & Leonardo Correa (designer) ideas. CoolShowcase is a cyberspace gallery for the work of freelance digital artists, graphic designers and photographers.
It’s a nice site where Fabien Barrall (graphic designer/photographer/art director) shows the works of his favourite graphic designers, photographers, artists and designers.
4) PSDTUTS FLICKR GROUP
Another talent den is Flickr. For my point of view PSDTUTS is the best photoshop blog focusing on photoshop, and its Flickr group is made of 4500+ members.
5) ALL CAPS PROJECT
Graffiti represents a fascinating creativity source and, on the following site, there are several really unique.
Skateboards.com is an unusual resource. It treats e-commerce of products that are examples of creativity and originality.
7) CLICK FOR ART
ClickForArt is an online store of art prints, printed boxed canvasses, art prints mounted in chunky contemporary frames or in our ornate stately frames.
It’s a videogames gallery. Videogames covers are graphic works as good as film covers.
9) CG SOCIETY
The CG SOCIETY is the most respected and accessible global organization for creative digital artists.
It’s a network that provides visibility to the works of creative professionals. Behance is a free platform for the world’s leading creative professionals.