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Beginners Guide to Digital Painting in Photoshop Vol 1

by: Aleksander, Nykolai et al

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Publisher: ,18.01.12

Category: ADOBE PHOTOSHOP Level:

ISBN: 0955153077
ISBN13: 9780955153075

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Beginner's Guide to Digital Painting in Photoshop: Volume 1 is a new series dedicated to providing a comprehensive guide to the basics of digital painting in this versatile program. Whether you're new to this artistic medium or simply looking to improve existing skills, this book offers up a wealth of suggestions and advice to get you started, improve workflows, perfect techniques, and produce stunning images. The step-by-step tutorials within this book don't just describe techniques, but actively demonstrate how these techniques can be applied to an artwork. Industry veterans including Nykolai Aleksander and Richard Tilbury share the benefits of their years of experience in a clear and methodical fashion. They examine the various basic Photoshop tools on offer, shedding light on these features and establishing ways of successfully integrating them into an artistic workflow. Fundamental art theory is also covered, including classic topics such as composition, story-telling, portraying emotion, lighting, and color, leading to a thorough understanding of the components that make up a successful image.