Learn how Sofia expresses here emotions through digital art and which editing apps she uses...
Zak has multiple interests - he coaches gymnastics, makes music/visual art and just released his debut vinyl LP. He shares with us how he uses Trigraphy in his creative flow.
We present Nate Hill - a digital artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Nate tells us the story of his path as an artist , how he started and what drives him to create new art.
Nathan Duck is a young digital artist living in New Orleans. In this tutorial he explains how he did a musical video for a young indie band.
We present you Matt Mills - an abstract digital artist from Texas. His interest in drawing and computers led him having multiple skills in digital art. Matt talks about the evolution of his style and what keeps him motivated.
Luna Ljis is a modern artist living from Germany. Starting from traditional painting in her teens, she moved on to digital abstract art using multiple mobile apps. In this interview she shares her experience and how-to knowledge.
In this video you will learn how to transform a beautiful landscape photo into an abstract digital art. We will show you how to combine two effects to create a new one using the masking brush.
Aleksandar Bubalo is our first interview in our Trigraphy Artists Stories. We will introduce people that are using our photo editor app and how it helped them express their creativity.
Essential guide to printing on paper vs canvas. The most common sizes and how to choose mat and frame. Finally we explain what is PPI and how find out what print size you can get.
What does Trigraphy do and how to use it.
In this tutorial we will combine two visual trends - low-poly and smoke bombs photography.
I remember spending countless days playing Pokémon Red & Blue in the summers when I was growing up. Back in the days it was a game like no other and now 20 years later Pokémon Go did it again!
It’s so bland and dull to have Effect 1, Effect 2, Effect 3, etc. We wanted our effects to have character and to be easy to reference in tutorials or posts. That’s why we decided to give them names.
Learn how to use effects and their special settings in Trigrpahy v2.0.