And now something completely different!
Following the rumors on more and more people claiming to be Vampires, I decided to start a magazine “Vampire’s health”, or at least design a cover page in case anyone ever decides to make a magazine for that particular “type” of people.
So, since I took the time and effort to make this cool cover page, thought I might as well show you how it’s done 🙂 so if you are into or plan to become a professional graphic designer this will be funny and cool way for you to learn how to make a cover for the magazine.
This is a part one of the tutorial named: “How to make a cover page layout for the Vampire’s Health magazine” Examine the cover page very closely before proceeding with the tutorial.
Examine…! Did You? OK.
As you can see, a good copywriting is a part where graphic designer and the editor get the inspiration from. The rest is “just” Photoshop. Tutorial is finished.
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Report from Europe: Unexplored undergrounds – The Paris underground secrets revealed!
Making money on-line: A fully fledged vampire web site in three easy steps, how to attract visitors
Lifestyle: The thrill of the last three minutes before sunrise; push your adrenaline to the next level! A complete vampire’s weight loss program, loose 2 pounds in 7 nights! Complaints: FedEx delivered in daylight? Why can’t (don’t) they understand?
Travel: Traveling across the ocean: Getting there (in a) safe! The best cargo agencies Tschau!
Typography: Clarendon Cn BT (90%, regular), Clarendon Hv BT (heavy, faux bold), Swiss924 BT (regular), Arial Rounded MT Bold (faux bold)
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