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Microsoft Excel: A New And Unexpected Way To Draw Gundam - ComicsAlliance | Comics culture, news, humor, commentary, and reviewsMar 1st 2010 By: Josh Wigler Illustrators, if you're looking to shake up your drawing style with some unexplored forms of technology, you don't have to wait around for Apple's iPad to come out and you don't need a new expensive tablet. All you need is Microsoft Excel. YouTube user and artist shukei01 has just blown me away with this video showing how Excel can be used as an illustration tool. Neatorama reports that the time-lapse video takes place over almost 13 hours of work, the end result being a Gundam constructed entirely within Excel.
Space Invaders Steve McGhee (aka Jimmy Nowhere) is a digital artist who's Photoshop creations will knock you off your feet. The way he imagines the end of civilization, as we know it, is mind-blowing. After looking through these wild scenes, it makes complete sense that McGhee would, one day, want to work in the movie industry.
Often, the best way to be sure of your depth and angles is to render objects using Illustrators 3D tools. This tutorial will take you through building a 3D spark plug from multiple components and then expanding the image into a 2D vector diagram. Previous experience with Illustrators Revolve and Extrude tools will be necessary for this. Final Image Preview Below is the final image we will be working towards.
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Adobe Illustrator can be a little tricky to get your head around, particularly after getting used to the workflow of applications such as Photoshop. The differences between layer use and the creation of objects and shapes can be really strange at first hand. Luckily there’s a range of help available for free online in the form of tutorials.
Creating stunning space scenes is a great way to practice many photoshop techniques. It’s amazing that many of these tutorials use limited source files and most effects are created with photoshop itself. Rock textures are used to help create surfaces. It’s time to create your own galaxy! Planet with Solar Glow Beginning with a simple rock for texture this design created a new world with clarity and great detail.
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Tutorial Links: Page 1 | Page 2 | Page 3 | Page 4 | Page 5 | Page 6 Digital Art Tutorial Recommended for Beginner to Intermediate Level Photoshop Users The tutorial that follows shows MY way of colouring using Adobe Photoshop . I do not claim to be a Photoshop expert by any means, this is just the technique I use. It’s a really good way of colouring/shading your pictures if you are indecisive about the colour palette, as you can easily change the colours at any stage! Please note this tutorial is written for PC users (because that’s what I use) and for mouse users.
Published in Design , Photoshop Tutorials Creating posters with Photoshop can be a lot of fun and there are unlimited opportunities. In these tutorials you’ll learn some new ways to enhance your Photoshop skills while creating posters for all kinds of purposes. A lot of different styles of design are represented, and each one takes a different approach to get to the end result. You can follow some of the tutorials step-by-step, or browse them and find parts that you want to use in your own design projects. Either way, you’re sure to be able to learn some new skills and techniques if you’re interested in improving at Photoshop and poster design.
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