creative work


What is ChatGPG good for

ChatGPT is a language model that can generate natural language text. It is good for a wide range of tasks, such as language translation, text summarization, question answering, and text completion. It can also be used to generate creative writing and to power chatbots and virtual assistants.

How can i write code in ChatGPT

ChatGPT is a language model and it is not designed for writing code. However, there are ways to generate code using GPT-based models. One way is to fine-tune a pre-trained GPT model on a dataset of code snippets. This allows the model to learn the structure and syntax of code, and can then generate new code snippets based on the patterns it has learned. Another way is to use a specialized tool like OpenAI’s GPT-3 based “Code-GPT” which is fine-tuned on code snippets and can generate code in multiple programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ etc.

What AI app is good for landing pages

There are several AI-powered tools that can be used to create landing pages. A few examples include:

  1. Wix ADI (Artificial Design Intelligence) – This tool uses AI to create personalized landing pages based on user input and preferences.
  2. The Grid – This platform uses AI to design and optimize landing pages for conversions.
  3. Instapage – This tool uses AI to create personalized landing pages and optimize them for conversions.
  4. Leadpages – This platform offers AI-powered optimization and personalization features for landing pages.
  5. Unbounce – This tool offers a platform for creating and optimizing landing pages with AI-powered features like dynamic text replacement and personalized content.
  6. Carrd for making free landing pages

  7. ConvertKit for driving email newsletter signups

  8. Unbounce for small businesses with a budget

  9. Swipe Pages for mobile-first landing pages

  10. Leadpages for selling products on a landing page

These are just a few examples, and many other companies are also developing AI-based solutions for landing pages. It’s always a good idea to test and compare different solutions to find the best one for your specific needs and goals.

Best AI apps for drawing

There are several AI-powered drawing tools that you can use, some examples include:

  1. Adobe Fresco – This is a digital drawing and painting app that uses AI to create realistic brushes, such as watercolor and oil paint brushes, to give a more natural drawing experience.
  2. Autodraw – This is a web-based tool that uses AI to turn your rough sketches into polished drawings.
  3. DeepArt – This is a website that uses AI to turn your photos into artistic styles of famous painters.
  4. Ostagram – This is a website that uses AI to transfer the style of one image to another.
  5. Pikazoapp – This is an app that uses AI to turn your photos into abstract artworks, in a variety of styles.

These are just a few examples, and many other companies are also developing AI-based solutions for drawing and painting. Some of these apps are free and some are paid, it depends on the features and capabilities that you need.

Best Voice Over APPs

There are many voice over apps available, and the best one for you will depend on your specific needs and preferences. Some popular voice over apps include:

  1. Adobe Audition – This is a professional audio editing software that is widely used for voice over work and other audio production tasks.
  2. GarageBand – This is a free app for iOS that is popular for creating music and recording voiceovers.
  3. Audacity – This is a free and open-source audio editing software that is popular for voice over work and other audio production tasks.
  4. Avid Pro Tools – This is a professional audio editing software that is used by many audio engineers, voiceover artists and podcasters.
  5. Voice Record Pro – This is a simple, easy-to-use app that is popular for recording voiceovers on mobile devices.

These are just a few examples, and there are many other voice over apps available, some of them are free and some are paid. It’s always a good idea to test and compare different solutions to find the best one for your specific needs and goals.

New products from Apple in 2014

2014 year should turn out to be different, as CEO Tim Cook has reassured employees that the firm has “big plans” for 2014. Read more

3D Projection on buildings

3D projection on the side of the Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam

Light is an important factor in order to achieve a beautiful projection. Too much light will have a negative effect on the contrast and colors of a projection. It is therefore important to take into consideration which other light sources are near the buildings while choosing the area for projection. If there are some adjacent buildings that have lots of lights it is sometimes possible to cooperate and arrange for the lights to be switched off during a projection. In some areas it is necessary to switch off the community lights, cooperation from the local governments can be of great help. The surrounding lights determine how many projectors are needed for the actual projection as well as the light intensity.

A minimum distance of 35 to 40 meters is required between the building and the projector in order to get optimal results. Naturally this distance needs to be free from any obstacles such as trees, lamp poles, tram lines etc.

Art of Philip Straub

2-phil_straubBallistic Publishing and Philip Straub take the fantasy graphic novel to the next level with their latest release, Utherworlds.

Utherworlds combines a fantasy novel with written and spoken languages, maps, and stunning paintings in a large format that shows Phil Straub’s artwork like never before.



About Phil Straub

As an Art Director, Philip Straub has worked with some of the biggest names in the gaming industry including: Vivendi Universal; Electronic Arts; NCSoft; and Big Fish Games. Philip’s work has appeared in over 30 childrens’ books, and he has co-authored three digital art tutorial books including d’artiste Digital Painting.

In the entertainment industry he has worked with many clients including: Mattel; Fisher Price; Disney; Universal Studios; Warner Bros; DC Comics; and Knowledge Adventure.

He also teaches an annual online Concept Art class to students around the globe. Philip is a founding member of The CGSociety and regularly contributes to the illustration and digital art communities by judging illustration competitions including: The Society of Illustrators; PAINTER; EXPOSÉ; and CG Challenges hosted by The CGSociety.

Philip’s licensed designs appear on a variety of products including: books; games; wall murals; scrap-booking; gifts; stationery; apparel; and textiles. As a freelance illustrator his work has appeared on: broadcast media; book jackets; CD and magazine covers; trading cards; feature films; and advertising campaigns.

Rich illustrated books:

Weblog for illustrators, artists, cartoonists

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Drawn! is a collaborative weblog for illustrators, artists, cartoonists, and anyone who likes to draw. Visit us daily for a dose of links and creative inspiration.

Contributors: S.britt, Jared Chapman, Matt Forsythe, Jaleen Grove, Meg Hunt, David Huyck, Ward Jenkins, Luc Latulippe, John Martz, Leif Peng, Jay Stephens, Patricia Storms

Also recommended sources:
100 Years of Illustration, ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive, BibliOdyssey, Booooooom!, Cartoon Brew, Comics Reporter, Drawger, Grain Edit, Gurney Journey, Illustration Friday, Illustration Mundo, Journalista, Lines and Colors, Little Chimp Society, Meathaus, The Daily Cartoonist, Tiny Showcase, Today’s Inspiration

AIGA – how to get creative results

Unlike so much in today’s business world, graphic design is not a commodity. It is the highly individualized result of people coming together to do something they couldn’t do alone. When the collaboration is creative, the results usually are, too.

The value position
Design—good design—is not cheap. You would be better served to spend your money on something else if you don’t place a high value on what it can achieve. There’s a view in Buddhism that there’s no “good” karma and no”bad” karma, there’s just karma. The same can’t be said for design. Karma is a universal condition. Design is a human act (which often affects conditions) and, therefore, subject to many variables. When the word “design” is used here, it is always in the context of good design.

A lot of famous people have written many famous books on the importance of design and creativity. The subject matter ranges from using design and creativity to gain a strategic advantage or make the world a more livable place—and more. Much more. The focus here is on how to make the process of design work in the business environment so that the end product lives up to its potential.

We live in a time of sensory assault. Competing for “eyeballs”— which is to say, customers—is more than just an internet phenomenon. The challenge for companies everywhere is to attract consumers to their products and services and keep them in the face of fickle markets.
Download full version of AIGA “A CLIENT’S GUIDE TO DESIGN” publication

About plainpicture

Ilubi imagesplainpicture stands for authentic, experimental and unusual imagery. The unwavering execution of subjects away from the mainstream creates an inspirational resource for creative projects. Our people images are model released and show individuals in various aspects of life instead of conformist clean beauty. Targeted editing results in exciting and unconventional images which fit our profile.

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About Ron Elmy Photography

149Ron Almi photography TorontoRon’s 20+ years has yielded his talent in photography with wisdom from the past and a brilliance for the digital future. His personal attention to minor details makes Ron’s love of photography, captivated in every photo. He specializes in shooting jewellery, people, food, corporate, product, events and stock.

Ron’s professionalism has won him numerous awards from The International Advertising and Design of New York, The world Fest Houston Awards, The Mobius awards, The Advertising and Design Club of Canada and The Art Directors Club of Toronto.

He has achieved an excellent reputation due to his integrity, uplifting energy, and passion for his work. He is able to meet and usually exceed his clients expectations. Ron has truly mastered the art of photography.


Ron Elmy Photography
353 Eastern Avenue, Suite 104 Toronto, Ontario, M4M 1B7 Canada

Design Salary Survey

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Design salaries

Design salaries in 2007 rose on all fronts… except in Fashion Design. Design Management and Interaction Design / Web Design enjoyed the biggest upticks.


On the average, consultancies were where it was at in 2007. In graphic design, interaction / web design, architecture and fashion, respondents working at consultancies made the most. Freelancers held their own and in the field of interior design, did the best of anyone!


Previously known as “Designer Rock-osity,” this chart compares what the average designer makes in various countries. The salaries have been equalized in a way that allows comparison of earnings in an “apples to apples” manner. So we can see where designers are “living large” – India!


Another comparison of compensation across the primary fields of design. The results are not dissimilar from last year’s, although industrial designers seem to be doing better on the high end of things.


Looking at the design fields in the USA we find that over the past 7 years that the West has been the Best (for designers at least!)

Check back in the Fall for Salary Survey ’08!