There are so many things you can do with clipping paths. I’ve been exploring them for quite some time and have come up with different techniques and use cases for them — and I want to share my findings with you! I hope this will spark new ideas for fun things you can do with the CSS
clip-path property. Hopefully, you’ll either put them to use on your projects or play around and have fun with them.
Best of the web for Design and Web Development October 2019
- November 1st, 2019
The best of the web round up the past month with latest and best design tutorial published through October. The post also includes some great web articles from experimental CSS dev tools to CSS units explained. Some great articles in this months round up you’ll really enjoy reading through.
Have you ever wanted to remove a person’s face? Maybe throw some worms in it? I am going to guess yes since you found your way here! Because today, we will be creating a portrait photo effect fit for a haunted mansion or spooky abandoned house.
In Photoshop tutorial you’re going to have some fun creating a surreal art style known as Grime Art, which is a weird trend where portrait photos are doodled upon with drooping, cartoonish drips of slimy flesh in vibrant colours to produce weird and wonderful zombie-like images with a gross, but somehow cool effect. I’ll show you a handy technique within Photoshop that allows you to easily illustrate and colour your artwork with the help of a pen tablet.
If you’re considering a career switch, or simply wondering if you’ll be able to keep up with the fast-paced and ever-changing landscape of the web, this post is for you.
The Google Security Team has announced a timeline for when Chrome will begin blocking mixed content by default in order to ensure that HTTPS browsing is more secure. Mixed content refers to HTTPS pages that load resources, such as images, videos, stylesheets, and scripts, over HTTP.